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Sports Grant at Burford Bockleton

 

Burford C of E Primary School Sports Premium 2018/19

 

Funding for 2018/2019

 

 

Funding Type

Number

Rate

Total

Lump sum awarded

1

£17,000

£17,000

Funding per eligible pupil awarded

115

£5

£575

 

116

 

£17,575

The majority of our Sports Grants has been spent on our School Sports Partnership with Lacon Childe School. This offers us a wide range of opportunities. Firstly, a high school sports coach for 3 half terms of the year, where they will teach year groups a range of sports that we may not be so confident in teaching as well as providing after school clubs. In the Autumn Term of 2017, our school-link coach organised fixtures against the High School Year 7s in netball, football and tag rugby. This allowed both groups of children to take part in friendly but competitive events where they could utilize the skills they had practiced in a real game situation.

This had a massive impact on their confidence and gave them the ability to make quick decisions in a game situation. In addition to this they provide a half term outreach program, where our eldest children visit the school for a PE lesson once a week (transport included), we often choose volleyball, as this is a sport we don’t have the facilities for in our primary school. Amongst this they offer several areas of training for all teachers, courses I took part in or a due to attend include: Physical Literacy at KS1, Handball at KS2, Active Maths.

Finally, they offer us an extensive program of events for all ages to take part in. This provides us with a number of opportunities for children to play sport competitively. This cluster stage allows us to work towards Regional events. 2017 and 2018 were the first years Burford has ever reached Regional stages in Rounders, Netball, Tag Rugby and Indoor and Outdoor Athletics. We also won the South Shropshire Regional Swimming Gala. For Key Stage One and non-competitive children, Lacon Childe offers us festival style events, where children can come and try out new sports lead by Young Leaders. This had a fantastic impact, enabling every child in the school to take part in either a competitive or friendly event in sport. The transport to these events are also provided through the grant. Furthermore, we have provided 2 sets of netball kits and bibs with our school logo (put together by ClubSport Ludlow) and hope to do the same for football. Finally, our grant is also used to provide swimming lessons in KS2. Not only have we hired the local pool for half an hour a week for two terms, we will also employ a swim-teacher for the higher level pupils in the session. In addition to this, a member of staff was able to attend a 2-day course in Fundamentals and Aquatic Skills of School Swimming (provided by Energize), and is now confident in teaching swimming to children across the school. We continue to explore how we can develop more links within our community. We have organised sessions and after school clubs with Cricket Shropshire ‘Chance 2 Shine’ programme for the spring/summer term. We noticed how the opportunities we were providing made our children more competitive within sport. This led to a decision for Key Stage Two children (Years 4/5 particularly) to have some of their PE covered by HLTA Sacha Lee in the more competitive team sports. They are now taught for 2 hours on a Friday afternoon throughout the year. This allows her to teach them a progression of skills with more time than a regular PE lesson. The lessons would progress towards a competitive game towards the end of the sessions, which would help the children to utilize the skills they have learnt.

Expenditure                                                                         

Forest School Professional Development                                                   £3,200

 

Professional Development for support staff                                               £400

 

Purchase of resources for EYFS                                                                £1,000

 

Sports Partnerships with High Schools                                                      £4,000

 

Transport costs                                                                                                       £3,000

 

Swimming Pool Hire and Tuition                                                                                                    £1,600

 

Outside Gym and exercise bikes                                                                                                       £4,000

 

Forest School Professional Development

Training for Forest School facilitator/leader (level three) for up to three members of staff.


£3,200

 

 

Objective                                                                    

 

Train the adequate number of staff so that they could lead and/or support the delivery of Forest School learning in a flexible and sustainable way in the Early Years and Infants.

 

Impact

This would enhance the children's experience of the outdoor environment benefitting their fine/gross motor skills, understanding of the world, social skills and other areas of development.

Professional Development for support staff

Training in Early years PE and netball coaching for class 4 HLTA.

£400

 

 

Objective                                                                   

Professional development of support staff to further assist the class teacher and the school in delivering high quality PE provision.

 

Impact

To enable the school to provide a broader range of clubs.

 

Purchase of resources for EYFS

Purchase of five bicycles to replace those currently used in Reception class.

£1,000

Objective                                                                     

To develop the opportunity for younger pupils to engage in physical activities as part of the child initiated activities.

Sports Partnerships with High Schools

Lacon Childe and Tenbury High School Sports partnership packages.

£4,000

 

 

Objective                                                                     


 

To provide coaching/CPD and gain access to sports festivals in a wide range of sports.

 

 

Transport costs

Bus Hire

£3,000

Objective                                                                     

 

Transport to a variety of sporting events and competitions to include all ages of children.

 

 

Swimming Pool Hire and Tuition

 

 

Swimming Pool Hire and Tuition

 

 £1,600

 

Objective

To provide a high quality provision for the teaching of swimming at Ludlow swimming pool

 

 

 

Outside Gym and exercise bikes

Outside Gym for children to use at playtimes.

            £4,000

 

 

Objective

 

 

Outside equipment supplied by FOBSA to enrich the playtime experience of children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Burford C of E Primary School Sports Premium 2017/18

 

Funding for 2017/2018                                                                                         

 

Funding Type

Number

Rate

Total

Lump sum awarded

1

£8,500

£8,500

Funding per eligible pupil awarded

0

£0

£0

 

1

 

£8,500

Spending Summary

The majority of our Sports Grants has been spent on our School Sports Partnership with Lacon Childe School. This offers us a wide range of opportunities. Firstly, a high school sports coach for 3 half terms of the year, where they will teach year groups a range of sports that we may not be so confident in teaching as well as providing after school clubs.

In the Autumn Term of 2017, our school-link coach organised fixtures against the High School Year 7s in netball, football and tag rugby. This allowed both groups of children to take part in friendly but competitive events where they could utilize the skills they had practiced in a real game situation. This had a massive impact on their confidence and gave them the ability to make quick decisions in a game situation. In addition to this they provide a half term outreach program, where our eldest children visit the school for a PE lesson once a week (transport included), we often choose volleyball, as this is a sport we don’t have the facilities for in our primary school. Amongst this they offer several areas of training for all teachers, courses I took part in or a due to attend include: Physical Literacy at KS1, Handball at KS2, Active Maths. Finally, they offer us an extensive program of events for all ages to take part in. This provides us with a number of opportunities for children to play sport competitively.

This cluster stage allows us to work towards Regional events. 2017 and 2018 were the first years Burford has ever reached Regional stages in Rounders, Netball, Tag Rugby and Indoor and Outdoor Athletics. We also won the South Shropshire Regional Swimming Gala. For Key Stage One and non-competitive children, Lacon Childe offers us festival style events, where children can come and try out new sports lead by Young Leaders. This had a fantastic impact, enabling every child in the school to take part in either a competitive or friendly event in sport. The transport to these events are also provided through the grant. Furthermore, we have provided 2 sets of netball kits and bibs with our school logo (put together by ClubSport Ludlow) and hope to do the same for football.

Finally, our grant is also used to provide swimming lessons in KS2. Not only have we hired the local pool for half an hour a week for two terms, we will also employ a swim-teacher for the higher level pupils in the session. In addition to this, a member of staff was able to attend a 2-day course in Fundamentals and Aquatic Skills of School Swimming (provided by Energize), and is now confident in teaching swimming to children across the school.

We continue to explore how we can develop more links within our community. We have organised sessions and after school clubs with Cricket Shropshire ‘Chance 2 Shine’ programme for the spring/summer term. We noticed how the opportunities we were providing made our children more competitive within sport. This led to a decision for Key Stage Two children (Years 4/5 particularly) to have some of their PE covered by HLTA Sacha Lee in the more competitive team sports. They are now taught for 2 hours on a Friday afternoon throughout the year. This allows her to teach them a progression of skills with more time than a regular PE lesson. The lessons would progress towards a competitive game towards the end of the sessions, which would help the children to utilize the skills they have learnt.

 

Expenditure                                                                         

Lacon Childe Sports Partnership Package                                                                                          £4,000

 

Transport costs                                                                                               £2,075

 

Swimming Pool Hire and Tuition                                                                                            £1,600

 

Dance Festival                                                                                              £299

 

PE equipment                                                                                     £413

 

Sports Kit                                                                                                       £93

 

 

 

Lacon Childe Sports Partnership Package                                      £4,000

Sports Partnership Package

 

Objective 

To provide coaching and access to sports festivals in a wide range of sports.

Impact

To provide a wide range of sporting experiences for all pupils. We have won a number of tournaments such as the regional Tag rugby and have competed at a much higher level than before. Such as at the county finals in football.


 

Transport costs                                                                                  £2,075

Bus Hire

 

Objective    

Transport to a variety of sporting events and competitions to include all ages of children.                                                                

 

Impact

To enable all pupils to access a range of sporting activities and experiences including competitive sports.

 

 

 

 

Swimming Pool Hire and Tuition                                                        £1,600

Swimming Pool Hire and Tuition

Objective

To provide a high quality provision for the teaching of swimming.                                                                     

Impact

To ensure that all children are competent swimmers and that all pupils are able to participate in Galas and other competitions.

21/23 (91%) year 6 pupils can swim 25m and meet all other relevant criteria.


 

 

Dance Festival                                                                                      £299

Dance Festival

Objective 

To participate in a local dance festival.                          

Impact

To ensure that pupils are given the opportunity to participate in creative and expressive arts.

 

                          

PE equipment                                                                                       £413

PE Equipment


Objective  

To ensure that pupils have the appropriate equipment to access all sports.

Impact

Improved quality of sports tuition.

 

Sports Kit                                                                                                £93

Sports kit for football and netball teams


Objective      

To create a sense of belonging and pride in Burford School.

Impact

Considerable success in sporting competitions.