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School Sports Premium 2017/18

 

Bottesford CE Primary School will receive £18,750 of Sports Premium funding for the academic year 2017/18. This money will be spent on providing the following opportunities in order to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport that we offer:

Focus of Funding 2017/2018

Cost

Developing the teaching of PE for all staff so that it is at least good or better in all areas of the PE curriculum

-      Premier Sport (coaches working alongside teachers)

-      PE lead release time to coach and mentor staff

-      Local PE package with staff training

 

 

£6000

£500

£1000

Extending sporting and games opportunites in school

£100

Developing Healthier lunchtimes and positive playtimes

£650

Developing the school’s outdoor space

-      OAA

-      Surfacing

 

£7500

Continue to enable access for pupils to local and regional competitions

£3000

 

The above table is further detailed as follows:

  • Hire specialist qualified sports coaches that will be timetabled to work alongside our teachers in order to develop high quality teaching for the future.
  • Hire specialist qualified sports coaches that will support specific curriculum areas for all pupils each week.
  • Provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively.
  • Happy Lunchtime training with Steve Harris for Wellbeing Education
  • Support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs.
  • Introduce new sports and activities, to that currently on offer, and encourage more pupils to take up sport.
  • Increase pupils’ participation in the School Games.
  • Develop the provision of Outdoor Adventurous Activities (OAA).
  • Develop the school grounds and improve our facilities.
  • To help with transport costs to sporting venues/tournaments.
  • Make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.

 

The aim of this investment is to improve the lifestyles, overall health and fitness of the pupils and the quality of teaching available to all pupils in the school. We also aim to continue to provide opportunities for pupils to experience sporting activities that they may not access out of school.

 

In addition to this, we aim to build on our successes in local Vale tournaments and in tournament within the Melton schools group so that more trophies can be added to our collection. This will build on the Olympic legacy and encourage our children to aim high, persevere, practise respect, experience joy of effort, pursue excellence and learn fair play.

 

 

School Year 2016/17 Outcome

 

Bottesford CE Primary received £9,250 of Sports Premium funding for the academic year 2015/16.

Coupled with money allocated from our designated after school sports clubs, the sports premium was spent in a number of different ways to support the provision of improved quality of sports and PE for all pupils:

 

How we spent the funding:

 

Activities Selected

Cost

Reason

Equipment

£2728.31

Replacement of damaged equipment, provision of storage facility to cater for new equipment purchased in the next year that will widen the curriculum and extra-curriculum provision.

Transport to sporting events/venues/tournaments

£2766.25

Cost of travel to venues and entry costs of variety of tournaments.

Qualified sports coaching to support curricular activities and competition entries

£4194

External coaches e.g. lacrosse, Basketball

Cricket and country side festival/coaching, basketball rallies – all to enrich the curriculum and opportunities for all children

Total Investment subsidised by funds raised from extra-curricular clubs

£9688.56

 

 

Impact on our school

Building on the previous year's improvements in overall fitness levels, more of our children are engaging in sport in and out of school. As a school we have been successful in winning local Vale school tournaments and tournaments as part of the wider group of Melton schools. As part of this success, we were able to enter multiple teams in a variety of sports as the interest of the children as grown as the successes of the teams has improved.

In total we reached the County Final with eight different boys and girls teams in a variety of competitions. We were also able to offer all of KS2 the opportunity to participate in a Cricket and Countryside enrichment day at Knipton Cricket Club.

 

Achievements and Successes

 

Competition

Success

Yr 5/6 Vale football (level 1 Vale Competition)

Winners (3rd Yr in a row)

Yr 5/6 Boys Melton Football (level 2 Competition)

Winners (2nd Yr in a row)

Yr 5/6 Boys football County Finals (Level 3 Competition)

6th Place finish

Yr 5/6 Girls Melton Football (level 2 Competition)

Winners (2nd Yr in a row)

Yr 5/6 Girls football County Finals (Level 3 Competition)

Joint 4th place finish

Yr 5/6 Boys Vale Table Tennis (level 1 competition)

Winners

Yr 5/6 Girls Vale Table Tennis (level 1 competition)

Winners

Yr 5/6 Boys Melton Table Tennis (level 2 competition)

Winners

Yr 5/6 Girls Melton Table Tennis (level 2 competition)

Winners

Yr 5/6 Boys County Finals Table Tennis (level 3 competition)

5th place finish

Yr 5/6 Girls County Finals Table Tennis (level 3 competition)

2nd place finish

Yr 5/6 Girls Zonal Finals Table Tennis (level 4 competition) Entered as a ‘wild card entry’ for being the highest placed runners-up in all County finals.

9th

Yr 5/6 Dodgeball Melton (level 2 competition)

Winners

Yr 5/6 Futsol (indoor 5aside football) Level 2 competition

A-team Winners

B team 3rd

Yr 5/6 Sports Hall athletics

4th place finish