PE & Sport Funding


Our Proposed PE & Sports Grant Spending 2016/17 - to be agreed with Governors June 2017

Current situation

Access to a purpose built sports hall, an outdoor adventurous activity area, hard court area, a grassed playing field.

Equipment is checked regularly and stock replenished as often as budget allows.

Teachers have access to equipment and literature, via the coordinator, and can always rely on advice when needed. There is also a specialist swimming teacher employed by the school.

Team Theme provides lessons to pupils and teachers to meet the needs of the teacher.

Equipment for lunch time games and sports

School games opportunities

Continue to arrange Intra/Inter sports competitions.

Before and after school activities arranged based on pupil and parent questionnaire.

School Sport Premium budget £8500.

 

Sports

 

Football

 U11 team 2nd in Premier League.

U9 second the Plate competition.

Girls U11 made the final of the plate competition.

 

Cricket

Girls and boys team.

Afterschool training from LCC

 

Tennis

U9 team

Tennis coaching from Fulwood Tennis in summer term.

 

Athletics

U11 Indoor Athletics in Autumn term

U9 team in Autumn and Spring

U7 team in Autumn and Spring

 

Fencing

Breakfast club

 

Golf

U9 coaching from Myerscough College

 

Gymnastics

U7 and U9 competitions entered

 

Judo

Afterschool club

 

Tag Rugby

Afterschool club

 

Other sports from Teachers in school.

Football, Netball, Rounders, Dancing

 

School Games Mark

Silver Mark

Aiming for Gold when we apply this year (summer).

 

 

Costs 16/17 = (£8,500):

£5500 to employ external providers to train staff on teaching PE and sport – Team Theme

£250 to join Sports partnership (event entries)

£500 event transport

£1,500 external sport coaches – Tennis, Golf, Judo, Fencing, Rugby, Cricket

£750 equipment, resources and repairs – Lunchtime Zoning

PE & Sports Premium Spending 2015/16 – Allocation £8,855

Objective-
To raise the quality of teaching PE and sport in school, ensuring that standards are at least good at St Bernards we will:

Hire qualified sports coaches to work alongside teachers when teaching PE
We will continue to organise for specialist coaches to come into school, provided by Team Theme. Our teachers will observe and participate in the sessions to develop their own skills so that they can then teach this area themselves, once the coach has completed their course of teaching.  
We will pay for an external provider to train staff with their classes with either a whole school approach to a particular area or tailoring the training to individual teachers’ needs.
Not only will the children benefit from being taught by a specialist coach but our own staff will be developed through sharing good practice and assisting in the PE lessons.

Join the Sports Development team
In partnership with other local primary schools within our cluster; we will join Preston Sports Development.  This will enable us to access support and local competitions in the Preston area.

Provide places for pupils in after school sports clubs
Our school already offers a range of after school clubs, accessed by children from Key Stages 1 and 2. These clubs will continue to run as before. We aim to provide clubs for Football, Cricket, Street Dance and Infant dance.  Some clubs will run throughout the year however others will run at various times of the year.  Most clubs will continue to be provided free of charge including clubs run by Team Theme.  Coaches will be used to prepare children for tournaments and performances, offering specialist training to support.

Provide opportunities for children to compete
Our PE & Sport Co-ordinator will arrange tournaments and fixtures between the cluster primaries, whilst offering exit routes for our more gifted children, allowing them to compete against other children at a higher level.  St Bernard’s pupils have represented the town and city teams, we feel it is important that children who are more able in sport are given the chance to participate against others of a similar ability and potential.

Provide training for lunchtime supervisors to introduce playground games at lunchtimes
Lunchtime Supervisors who engage with children’s play can transform lunchtimes. At St Bernard’s, our Lunchtime supervisors will be trained to offer children a positive play opportunity during the lunchtime break.

Introduce Playground Leaders
New playground leaders from Key Stage 2 have been trained and have begun working in the Key Stage 1 playground at lunchtimes.

A School Sports Crew will be elected.  They will take on a variety of sporting roles throughout the school year, beginning with an Intra-School competition in the summer. 

Extend the use of the house team system to inter-house sports competitions for pupils of all ages
Our annual Sports Day is the end of year whole school sporting event where family and friends are welcome to come along to join in the fun and lend their support.  We will extend the use of the house team system to enable regular, inter-house sports competitions for pupils of all ages throughout the year.

We will also:
Pay for transport to various events, i.e. inter-town athletics events, Cricket etc
Purchase new sports equipment
Purchase a new football team kit – pupils will have a higher self-esteem and sense of pride for their team
Provide cover to release teachers for professional development in PE & Sport and to attend sports events.

Budget 15/16 = (£8,855):
£4,000 to employ external providers to train staff on teaching PE and sport
£500 to join Sports partnership (event entries)

£1,000 event transport
£1,500 external sport coaches
£750 equipment, resources and repairs
£1,100 supply cover for CPD and staff release to take part in inter-school competitions in school time

Success criteria 2015/2016:
Greater confidence in planning and delivery of PE lessons
All areas of the PE curriculum are at least good
Increased after school clubs and participation in PE and Sport – links with specialist organisations and coaches
Pupils have greater opportunities to participate in competitions
Pupils who are more able in sport are given the chance to participate against others of a similar ability and potential
Pupils will have high self-esteem and sense of pride for their teams.

How we spent last year’s allocation. 2014/15 £8503

  • Tennis for Years 1 & 3
  • Gymnastic support
  • New Equipment for playtime & dinner time
  • New Football Medals for the World Cup
  • Sports Festival Events
  • Team Theme Teacher Training
  • After School Club for Multi Sports
  • Transport to City Games
  • New Gymnastic Equipment

How this made a difference to our pupils

  • All age groups catered for with extra-curricular sports  clubs
  • A more linked and creative curriculum
  • Equipment is checked regularly and stock replenished Pupils have greater opportunities to participate in competitions
  • More able pupils in sport are given the chance to participate against others of a similar ability and potential
  • Pupils have a higher self-esteem and sense of pride for the