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Context

 

The Government have given our school approximately £14,000 per annum to support the development of sport across school, which has been doubled from 2016-17. They are now extending this funding until 2020. The primary aim is to raise the profile of and improve the provision of PE and sport in school and to ensure healthy and active lifestyles.

 

Our school is using the funding to support DfE requirements by:

 

  • Hiring specialist qualified sports coaches to work alongside children at lunchtime

  • Provide new and additional after school clubs

  • Provide professional development opportunities for staff

  • Providing cover/release time for teachers for professional development in PE/Sport

  • To run sporting competitions or increasing participation in school games

  • To buy in quality assured professional development for schools

  • To sign post children to after school sport clubs and holiday clubs

  • To improve the range of equipment and support materials in school, to support PE delivery, both during and after school.

 

What have we done so far?

 

  • Tracked the fitness of our children over 2016-17

  • Trained our lunchtime staff and prefects on delivering physical activities to our children at lunchtime.

  • Purchased a range of equipment to enhance our lunchtime provision and support the prefects.

  • Offered training opportunities to our staff on improving the delivery of their PE lessons.

  • Developed our cooking clubs in both KS 1 & 2 to improve children understanding of healthy eating as part of an active and healthy lifestyle.

  • Our children were asked for their suggestions on after school clubs.

  • Staff have noticed an increase in the number of children regularly bringing PE kits.

  • Texts are sent to regular offenders to remind them of the importance of PE as part of the curriculum and healthy & active lifestyles.

  • Our After School Clubs were reviewed and re-launched, and now include a termly sports club for all ages; attendees regularly monitored by Miss Cooper.

  • After school clubs are regularly audited and revised with new clubs being offered in line with children’s suggestions.

  • The Brickhouse Voice is constantly involved in raising profile of our after school clubs.

 

Spending in 2017/18

 

In 2017/18, Brickhouse received £13,953. We have spent this money on the following:

 

Activity

Cost

Buying into Fit4Schools, which provides us with:

  • Reception to Year 6 children taking part in the Fit4Schools programme with four activity tests per academic year in October/January/March/June
  • 20 support hours to be utilised to enhance the programme
  • Workshops for staff/parents/ lunch supervisors
  • Data analysis on every child/class and broken down into the following categories, Gender, Ethnicity, EAL, SEND, Pupil Premium and Key Stage

£4,000

Increasing the amount of competition sport in which our children participate. RLT Sports Day, Football Competition (including Transport)

£500

Developing additional clubs and activities for children, outside the curriculum, both after school and at lunchtime.

  • A termly after school sport club for KS 1
  • A termly after school sport club for KS 2

£1000

Developing additional clubs and activities for children, outside the curriculum, both after school and at lunchtime.

  • Five lunchtimes of multi-sport development of lunchtime creative zones, supported by additional resources and staffing

£4000

Developing additional clubs and activities for children, outside the curriculum, both after school and at lunchtime.

  • A termly after school healthy eating club for KS 1
  • A termly after school healthy eating club for KS 2

£1000

Develop a robust assessment system

£300

Making links to other community sports providers. Engage to Compete & CentreSport

£100

Purchase equipment to support the curriculum

£3053

 

 

Total

£13,953

 

Impact So Far

 

After School Club Attendance

 

An increase in total number of children attending after school clubs:

  • April 2017 – 45 places filled out of 50 places

  • September 2017 – 39 places filled out of 50 places

  • January 2018 – 42 places filled out of 50 places

 

Pupil Premium & After School Club Attendance

 

An increase in the number of pupil premium children attending after school clubs:

 

  • April 2017- 29% of pupil premium children were attending after school clubs

  • September 2017 – 34% of our pupil premium children were attending after school clubs

  • January 2018 – 36% of our pupil premium children were attending after school clubs

 

Fit4Schools Fitness Review

 

  • Overall School Improvement of 13.70%

 

Class

Total score

Average test score

% Improvement

Class size

Compared with Test 3

R

1572

68.35

57.83%

3 less

1

2121

81.58

26.63%

2 less

2

2196

91.50

37.25%

same

3

3273

142.30

- 9.51%

3 less

4

3050

112.96

1.19%

2 less

5

3322

132.88

26.26%

same

6

2388

132.67

7.09%

5 less

 

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  • Girls made an overall improvement of 21.02%

  • Girls in KS1 made an overall improvement of 45.63%

  • Girls in KS2 made an overall improvement of 10.42%

     

  • Boys made an overall improvement of 7.32%

  • Boys in KS1 made an overall improvement of 29.58%

  • Boys in KS2 made an overall improvement of 0.11%

     

  • Pupil Premium children made an overall improvement of 32.25%

  • Non-Pupil Premium children made an overall improvement of 29.77%

  • Pupil Premium children in KS1 made an overall improvement of 69.37%

  • Non-Pupil Premium children in KS1 made an overall improvement of 29.77%

  • Pupil Premium children in KS2 made an overall improvement of 24.93%

  • Non-Pupil Premium children’s score in KS2 decreased by – 8.01%

     

  • SEN children made an overall improvement of 13.23%

  • Non-SEN children made an overall improvement of 13.86%

  • SEN children in KS1 made an overall improvement of 16.09%

  • Non-SEN children in KS1 made an overall improvement of 44.18%

  • SEN children in KS2 made an overall improvement of 12.36%

  • Non-SEN children in KS2 made an overall improvement of 1.84%

     

  • EAL girls in KS2 made an overall improvement of 23.03%

  • EAL boys in KS2 score decreased by – 32.92%

 

Swimming Competence

 

As part of the National Curriculum by then end of KS 2 children should be able to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m, using a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations.

 

In 2016-17, 10 children out of 24 children met this standard.

 

What’s Next?

 

  • To make health and fitness an integral part of the schools ethos and values including children, staff, parents and the wider community.

  • To continue to develop the PE curriculum for to ensure key skills are covered in each year group

  • To develop a robust and appropriate assessment procedure for PE

  • Develop parental and community links through the Fit4Schools programme and working with local high school (St. Michaels)

  • To continue to develop and promote after school clubs

  • For key members of staff to share good practice with others, i.e. PE Lead Teacher

  • To audit children regarding health awareness

  • To audit staff regarding confidence in delivery of PE

  • To continue to provide staff with CPD opportunities to develop their skills and confidence in teaching Physical Education

  • To improve parental involvement in healthy and active lifestyles – healthy eating, varied after school clubs and workshops

  • To motivate, encourage and support the children to take ownership of their own physical health, fitness and wellbeing.

  • To continue to develop role of sports leaders/prefects in KS2

  • To develop Sports Ambassadors across school

  • To give staff the opportunity to enhance their own health, fitness and wellbeing through the Fit4Schools programme

  • To improve the number of children attaining the swimming competence strand by the end of KS 2

 

Proposed Spending in 2018/19

 

In 2018/19, Brickhouse will approximately £14,000. We propose to spend the money on the following:

 

Activity

Cost

Buying into Fit4Schools, which provides us with:

  • Reception to Year 6 children taking part in the Fit4Schools programme with four activity tests per academic year in October/January/March/June
  • 20 support hours to be utilised to enhance the programme
  • Workshops for staff/parents/ lunch supervisors
  • Data analysis on every child/class and broken down into the following categories, Gender, Ethnicity, EAL, SEND, Pupil Premium and Key Stage

£4000

Increasing the amount of competition sport in which our children participate. RLT Sports Day, Football Competition (including Transport), Dodgeball and Girls Cricket

£1000

Developing additional clubs and activities for children, outside the curriculum, both after school and at lunchtime.

  • A termly after school sport club for KS 1
  • A termly after school sport club for KS 2

£1000

Developing additional clubs and activities for children, outside the curriculum, both after school and at lunchtime.

  • Five lunchtimes of multi-sport through appointing a lunchtime coach

£4000

Developing additional clubs and activities for children, outside the curriculum, both after school and at lunchtime.

  • A termly after school healthy eating club for KS 2

£500

Develop a robust assessment system

£500

Making links to other community sports providers i.e. CentreSport

£500

Purchase equipment to support the curriculum

£2000

Run a Sports Ambassadors programme across school

£500

Total

£14000

 

 

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