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SPORTS PREMIUM BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE PLAN 2016/2017

Bude Infant School receives Sport Premium funding for the government to improve participation and attainment in sporting activity.  

In this section you will find details about:

  1. How much Sport Premium funding the school has received this academic year
  2. A full breakdown of how we are spending the Sport Premium funding during this academic year
  3. The effect of the Sports Premium funding has had this academic year so far upon PE and Sport participation and attainment
  4. How the improvements will be made sustainable.
  • Sports Premium received this financial year:  £11,795 (April 2016-March 2017)
  • The aim of the PE Curriculum at Bude Infant School is to develop every pupil’s confidence so they can become healthy and active individuals. We want to instil in them, a life-long love of sport and physical activity by giving them the best opportunities we can.

Sports Premium Focus Area

Budget Allocation

How will we do it? Summary of Action

Intended Outcomes

How will the impact be measured?

Impact/ Sustainability

PE Subject Leader Management Time

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staff Costs

£1,000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 hours x 37 weeks = £3,120

2 afternoons of Sport by specialist teacher - £6,749

·         Time to monitor all actions

·         Attend courses and Festivals

·         Monitor, order, replace resources

·         Update PE TA

·         Monitor progress of pupils

·         Arrange interventions as needed

 

 

 

 

Employ a dedicated PE HLTA to deliver regular and consistent LEAP into Life PE sessions Monday-Thursdays to Year 1 and 2

The PE TA to follow the LEAP Scheme of 20 minute sessions and assess and record daily

Employ a PE Specialist Teacher Thursday afternoons to deliver high quality Competitive Games to Year 2

Both staff members to liaise with other members of staff to ensure that information related to physical activity, attitude, behaviour is passed on

Ensure Leap & PE lessons are good and greater progress is made in lessons.

Increase participation within school

Increase opportunities for pupils to attend clubs on the school site

 

Greater progress of pupils within lessons by using dedicated staff to deliver PE

 

Lessons and outcomes to be consistently good

Increased participation within school and outside venues

Increased opportunities for pupils to attend clubs within school offered by staff

Detailed assessment records kept

Maintain records of participation in extracurricular clubs and Festivals

 

 

 

 

Detailed assessment records kept and pupil progress monitored

 

 

 

 

Maintain records of assessments and pupil progress

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good quality lessons are delivered to all pupils.

 

Purchase of PE equipment and resources

£526

Improve current resources to ensure high quality PE can be delivered

Greater progress made in lessons

Lessons and outcomes to be consistently good

Detailed assessment records kept and pupil progress monitored

Monitor quantity/ quality of equipment and

 

Progress is good with increased opportunities using the new equipment E.G. rounders equipment purchased to deliver in striking/ fielding sessions

Buying into Budehaven Community Leisure

And Arena

£400

Membership of BCL and Arena Network member booked to ensure we receive planning and Schemes of Work

Access to courses and CPD

To receive support, PSC meeting involvement,

Detailed assessment records kept and pupil progress monitored

 

We are kept abreast of all developments, training and opportunities in PE and School Sport

Staffing After School Clubs

From the above staff costings

PE Coordinator to run a Tag Rugby, Kwik Cricket and Change 4 Life Club after school

To improve children’s skills in these areas. To take part in competitive matches within the club and inter school competition

To encourage the less able children in PE (and pupil premium children) to join an after school club

Registers to be kept

To use the clubs to increase awareness that physical activity is fun and enjoyable

 Encouraging the children to be more active and join sports clubs when they leave Bude Infant School

 

£11,795

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. IMPACT of PE in Years 1 & 2

National Curriculum KS1 PE 1/1.1a master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination and begin to apply these in a range of activities

Our assessment data for 2016-17 is as follows:

Data for Leap into Life Movement Skills (Functional Movement, Movement Concepts, Manipulative Skills) Assessments

YEAR 1

MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

AUTUMN TERM

%

SPRING TERM

%

% INCREASE/ DECREASE

BLUE

0

0

0

GREEN

43.5

85.5

+42.0

ORANGE

55.0

12.5

+42.5

RED

1.5

2.0

+0.5

 

YEAR 1

MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

AUTUMN TERM

%

SPRING TERM

%

% INCREASE/ DECREASE

BLUE

5

13.5

+8.5

GREEN

49.0

78.0

+29.0

ORANGE

46.0

8.5

+37.5

RED

0

0

0

 

In both year groups, there has been a very positive improvement in the children’s attainment in LEAP sessions from the baseline data in Autumn term.

This is proof that regular and sustained LEAP sessions daily, is helping to improve attainment of our children.

 

  1. FUTURE SUSTAINABILITY

 

Bude Infant School has used the Sports Premium Grant funding to improve the quality of PE delivery by continuing to employ two dedicated staff, upskilling them and purchasing PE resources. This ensures the school has high-quality resources to support the children in their learning, general fitness and ability.

 

We will continue to plan to employ our dedicated and enthusiastic PE HLTA and PE Specialist Teacher, for as long as the funding is available. We consider that their employment gives our children high quality PE sessions and allows the class teachers to focus on interventions during PE times. With planning and assessment being shared with classteachers and TAs regularly observing lessons, we believe this model is sustainable.

 

We are developing opportunities to promote and develop a culture of sport, linked to healthy bodies. We are aiming for every child to have the opportunity to take part in wider sporting activities beyond the school day and are planning to offer a wider selection of clubs next academic year.

 

PLANS FOR 2017/2018 SPORTS PREMIUM

  • To employ a PE TA to deliver extra LEAP sessions in the morning – to work with small focus groups of children for example, SEN, more able, children who need more support to achieve the learning outcomes etc
  • To introduce and run Bikeabilty Balance to Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 2 who cannot yet balance on 2 wheels.

Intended outcome = every child at Bude Infant School to have an opportunity to learn how to balance on 2 wheels and achieve basic cycling balance

Impact = All pupils in KS1 to balance on 2 wheels

  • To provide a free after school club to all children in Year 1 & 2 –

 Intended outcome = every child in Bude Infant School to have taken part in at least 1 after school sports club by the end of the school year –

Impact = 100% of pupils in KS1 to take Part in an after school Club