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 Sports Premium 2018/2019

 

Sports Premium Money

Sports Premium allocations for the academic year 2018 to 2019 are calculated using the number of pupils in years 1 to 6, as recorded in the January 2018 census, as follows:

  • schools with 17 or more pupils receive £16,000 plus £10 per pupil
  • schools with 16 or fewer pupils receive £500 per pupil

 

Purpose of the funding

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2018 to 2019 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.

This means that the premium should be used to:

  • develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers
  • make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years
     

For example, the funding can be used to:

  • hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
  • provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
  • introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
  • support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs
  • enter or run sport competitions
  • increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • run sports activities with other schools
  • provide additional swimming provision targeted to pupils not able to met the swimming requirements of the national curriculum 
     

This year Galton Valley Primary School will receive £19,333. We intend to spend this money on the following: 

Amount

Brief description of purchase

£1250

One Albion Package – Disability Team

2.5 hours of curriculum time a week and 1 hour lunch time club for SEN children to engage in PE activity with a specialised coach.

12 Focus Provision children will access the curriculum time with a further. 12 children will access the lunchtime club.

£5680

Increase Pupil Participation - Specialist Dance Teacher

The Specialist Dance Teacher will work with every class for one hour per week during curriculum time. This time is not counted in the funding allocation.

Additional hours will be used so:

  • All children in Reception will have access to ballet lessons
  • Children in Year 1 will have access to weekly ballet sessions
  • Children in Years 1 and 2 can access after school ballet club.
  • Three lunch time clubs a week

Monday – Years 3 and 4

Wednesday – Year 5

Friday – Year 6

Children in KS2 have a weekly ‘hour long’ dance workshop.
£875

Top up Swimming – Summer Term

Intense swimming sessions for identified children in Year 5 and 6.
£4550

Increase Pupil Participation – develop upper body strength

Purchase, install and maintain a climbing activity centre with monkey bars for use during break times.  Provide a safety surface beneath the apparatus.
£900

Increase Pupil Participation and competitive sport

Purchase two new football goals and nets to replace existing ones.

Purchase a set of portable goals to be used at lunchtime, during PE and afterschool clubs
£3400

Increase Pupil Participation

Contribution towards the cost of 4 afterschool clubs a week run by the Albion Foundation. The clubs will be aimed at various age groups.

£1500

Increase Pupil Participation – Cycling

Training did not happen last year due to availability of courses. Train a member of staff to deliver the bike ability programme to children in KS2 for 1 hour per week

Service and maintain 15 bikes to ensure that they are roadworthy.

Bikes to begin to be incorporated into a cycling workshop on a Friday and timetabled to be used at lunchtime.
£800

Competitive sporting events and resources

Regular football fixtures in the Smethwick league for children in Years 5 and 6.

Transport costs for all competitions, fixtures and events.

Replenish resources to match the curriculum.
£80

Sports Day Resources

Purchase reward stickers and two engraved trophies for sportsmanship.
£300

Increase Pupil Participation  - Active Playground Training.

Following on from the playground training, replenish resources and provide boxes for staff to use at lunchtimes. Look at storage for the equipment so that it is secure and easily accessible.

Sports Premium Impact 2017/2018

 

Amount Brief Description of Purchase Impact
£8995

Increase Pupil Participation

A multi-gym consisting of 6 pieces of equipment and safety matting was purchased and installed on the playing field.

All KS2 access the gym equipment on a weekly basis, on a rota system at lunchtime. This has increased the amount of physical activity during break times.

Gym equipment is accessed during PE lessons and afterschool clubs.

£500

 

Increase Pupil Participation  - Active Playground Training.

Training for all support and lunchtime staff to develop the playground to allow for more active lunch and playtimes. Resources purchased to support this.

Fit for sport colleagues worked alongside lunchtime staff to roll out the new procedures.

The playground was ‘re-zoned’ with designated areas ‘low intensity zones’ and ‘high intensity zones’  

Support staff are using ideas and strategies to engage the children at lunchtimes in more physical activity.

£5,150

Increase Pupil Participation - Specialist Dance Teacher

The Specialist Dance Teacher will work two afternoons a week.

This time will be used so that:

  • All children in Reception will have access to ballet lessons
  • Children in Year 1 will have access to weekly ballet sessions
  • Children in Years 1 and 2 can access after school ballet club.
  • Children in KS2 can participate in an afterschool Street Dance club
  • Children in KS2 have a weekly ‘hour long’ dance workshop.
  • Children in Year 3 and 4 can access a lunchtime club
  • Children in Year 5 and 6 can access a lunchtime club

All children in Reception (60 children) received ballet lessons additional to their weekly PE lessons.

All children in Year One received ballet lessons (2 classes – 60 children) additional to their 2 hours of weekly PE lessons.

Lunchtime Clubs

 20 children attended a weekly lunchtime club on a Thursday. (30 minutes)

 32 children attended a weekly lunchtime club on a Friday. (30 minutes)

 52 children took part in regular physical activity additional to the two hours of PE lessons.

Workshops

 18 children Autumn Term

 20 children Spring Term

 22 children Summer Term

 50 children accessed an hour of physical activity additional to their two hours of PE lessons

Afterschool Clubs

23 children attended ballet afterschool club in the Autumn Term.

25 children attended in Spring Term

24 children attended in Summer Term.

20 children attended an after school street dance club on a Friday. The numbers for this club increased as started and finished 15 minutes earlier.

47 children, across the school year, took part in physical activity additional to their PE lesson time and break times.

£400

Competitive Sporting Events and resources

Increase pupils’ participation in competitive events, for all children from KS1 – KS2, enabling them to take part in a range of competitions, events and sports. Children to enjoy being part of the local community and competing with cluster schools. Children to have the opportunity to compete and take part in a range of events.

Regular football fixtures in the Smethwick league for children in Years 5 and 6.

Transport costs for all competitions, fixtures and events.

 

Sports Day awards were purchased including an engraved trophy for the winning house team and two engraved trophies for sportsmanship.

 

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A squad of 15 children took part in regular football fixtures’ in the Smethwick league.

 

Children from different year groups took part in tournaments throughout the year at WBA in the dome.

 

12 KS2 girls competed in a girls football tournament at Hadley Stadium

 

All children in the EYFS took part in a sporting afternoon.

All children in Year 1 – 6 took part in a carrousel of sporting activities.

All children in Years 1 – 6  (except for 4 children) chose to compete in competitive races as part of sports day.

£4000

(Towards the cost)

Increase pupil participation –

Towards after School/Lunchtime Clubs with West Bromwich Albion Foundation

Daily lunchtime clubs for children in KS2 – Classes timetabled on a daily basis to access this club. Children getting 30 minutes of structured physical activity.

 

A range of hour-long afterschool clubs ran through out the year for all year groups. The clubs included football, sports and ‘multi-skills’ club.

Year 5 and 6 football

24 children attended the football club in Autumn Term

28 children in Spring Term

28 children in Summer Term.

KS1 Multi-skills

16 children attended in Autumn Term

22 children attended in Spring Term

22 children attended in Summer Term

Year 3 – 6 ‘Sports’

23 children attended in Autumn Term

25 children attended in Spring Term

24 children attended in Summer Term

Years 3 and 4 football

19 children attended in Autumn

22 children attended in Spring

22 children attended in Summer

£875

Top up Swimming – Summer Term

Additional swimming sessions and transport for children in Year 6 and any identified pupils.

4 Children were able to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.

 

1 child received the gold award.

 

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