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Sports premium

Improving PE and sports for all children

Sports Premium

At Brabourne, we aim to ensure that the PE and Sport Premium funding is used to make “Effective, Sustainable and High Quality” improvements. Ofsted, who will be monitoring the use of the funding, will be looking for: “How well the school uses its Sport Premium to improve the quality and breath of its PE and sporting provision, including increasing opportunities in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performances they are capable of.”

We also aim to use the investment to find sustainable solutions. We believe in investing first and foremost in existing teaching staff and ensuring that staff are developed professionally. This therefore means a significant investment in teacher support which will be provided by Active Community Development, a company focused on sports development and pupil education (Next Generation Sports Coaching). This will ensure that when the funding ends, the quality of teaching and learning will be sustained.

The amount of premium to be received in 2022/2023

The allocation of PE and sports premium for this financial year 2022/2023 is £16,890.

Intent:

  • To ensure that children benefit from high quality Physical Education as part of the school curriculum and that staff benefit from continuing professional development;
  • To provide opportunities for competitive school sport for all children who wish to take part;
  • To encourage children to take part in School Sports and PE;
  • To identify, enthuse and engage with children and families who are less likely to choose sports and exercise as a lifestyle choice;
  • To increase the number of children who take part in after-school sports clubs by offering a wider range of activities;
  • To work in partnership with other organisations and school to maximise the potential of School Sports and PE;
  • To motivate pupils to participate in a range of sporting activities.
  • To educate pupils on making positive choices to lead healthy lifestyles
  • To develop pupil competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities
  • To develop character, life skills and social connections

Implementation:

  • £8340 Sports coaches (1 day per week) + match training & supervision at matches
  • £4000 bespoke extra training for matches and competitions
  • £800 Sporting theme weeks
  • £3000 After school sports clubs run by coaches
  • £250 Bikeability (Y6)
  • £500 Transport costs for coaches/minibuses to matches

Impact on pupils’ participation by July 2023:

  • 100% of pupils will participate in quality coaching during the school week.
  • All pupils will take part in at least one intra-school active competition and over two thirds of KS2 pupils will take part in inter school competitions. A third of EY/KS1 pupils will take part in competitions.
  • Two thirds of pupils in Years 1-6 to have taken part in an after school sports club.
  • 100% of pupils will take part in physical activity during Outdoor Adventurous Activities and sport themed weeks.
  • 100% of pupils will be inspired by more unusual sports which they may not otherwise have the opportunity to access.
  • Pupils will receive quality coaching and training in preparation for matches/competitions.
  • 100% of pupils will learn about making healthy mental and physical health choices
  • The school will maintain its Gold Mark Sports Award for 2022/2023.

How improvements are sustainable: 

  • Teachers will be improving their skills in teaching PE and especially learning about new sports.
  • Children have been exposed to more PE and are more enthusiastic to participate in physical activity.
  • School is better resourced to continue teaching the variety of sports introduced.
  • Children will be motivated by competition to want to take part in more sports.
  • Outdoor Adventurous activities and sporting opportunities will support pupils’ mental and physical health
  • Pupils will learn to lead healthy lifestyles in their future lives

Previous year:

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? 93%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]? 93%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations? 86%
Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and sport premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?       No

 

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