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Blenheim Primary School Sports Premium

Spending & Impact 2020-2021

 

Planned use of funding

Success Criteria

Cost

Planned Impact

Install 2 wall mounted gymnastics climbing frames on 2 walls in the hall, including linking accessories (poles, beams and ladders) for both.

To enhance the quality of PE lessons by providing gymnastics equipment that allows children to move on and between many levels. 

To give pupils opportunities to develop gymnastics/climbing skills and improve balance, agility, flexibility and strength.

To provide an exciting and stimulating environment in which to learn.

To invest in the PE provision for both existing and future pupils at Blenheim.

£15,500

 

Pupils are able to experience high quality gymnastics lessons where they can perform gymnastic movements and shapes/balances, moving on and between at many levels.

Children develop their climbing skills and build body strength, agility and flexibility.

Children improve their confidence and self-esteem through adventurous play in lessons.

To make an after school club more attractive to children (post Covid)

 

 

The purchase of gymnastics equipment for floor use

Balance beams, benches, slides, bars, incline wedges, balance spots

To enhance the quality of resources on offer for teaching gymnastics

To allow children to experience high quality gymnastics lessons where the equipment enables challenge and differentiation.

£2500

Pupils are able to experience high quality gymnastics lessons where they can perform gymnastic movements and shapes/balances with a range of high-quality equipment and resources.

 

Netball and basketball markings on the playground

To provide markings for a basketball and netball pitch for children to use and enjoy during lessons and after school clubs.

£1000

Pupils are able to consolidate and build on their learning from PE lessons and in other sports, by taking part in extra curriculum sports clubs played on an appropriate pitch and also at playtime.

Pupils are encouraged to live an active lifestyle, taking part in regular physical activity to promote health and wellbeing.

Provision of extra -curricular clubs (after Covid)

Whole school workshops, such as Skipping for Schools) (after Covid)

To provide high quality, after-school provision or whole school workshops run by specialist coaches

To inspire and encourage pupils to be fit and active, participating in regular activities to promote health and wellbeing.

(To be confirmed once restrictions allow clubs and whole school activities in the hall to continue)

TBC

Pupils’ health and wellbeing is improved through participation in clubs and activities.

Children are able to experience different sports and skills in addition to those taught in PE lessons.

Talented pupils are identified and encouraged to continue developing their skills with external clubs.

Contribution towards the purchase of an additional (covered) MUGA 

To invest in the PE provision for both existing and future pupils at Blenheim.

To ensure the quality of PE lessons are not hindered (or halted) by poor weather.

To meet the high demand for a contained and marked sports areas for use during playtimes, lunchtimes and afterschool.

To improve Blenheim’s ability to host sports tournaments and allow children to participate in more competitive sports

TBC Approx £40,000

Children (existing and future) will benefit from playing sports and developing their skills on a high quality MUGA, during PE lessons, lunchtimes, breaktimes and in after school clubs.

Teachers will be able to continue delivering high quality lessons despite the weather.

Pupils will be able to participate in competitive tournaments, both within school and with schools across the trust.

 

Sports Premium 2020-21

Surplus carried forward from 2019-20

Total Income

Current Planned Spend

(additional spend TBC)

 

19,300

£7,986

£27,286

£19,000

£8,286

 

Blenheim Primary School Sports Premium

Review of Spending & Impact  2019-2020

 

Planned use of funding

Success Criteria

Cost

Spending to March 2020

Impact

Leeds Rhinos Foundation Sports Coach

To provide high quality PE lessons

To model high quality PE teaching for staff.

To inspire and motive children to participate in extra-curricular sports, by providing clubs during lunchtime, Golden Time & after school.

To organise competitions within the Trust schools.

£3600

£2372 30/9/19 Sept19-March 20.

£2372 9/3/20 invoiced for March – Sept 2020 (currently queried for refund due to Covid)

Total £4744 (TBC)

Pupils were taught by an experienced sports coach during lessons, helping to develop their knowledge and skills base.

Pupils were able to consolidate and build on their learning and skills from lessons, by taking part in extra curriculum sports clubs.

Pupils were inspired to participate in regular physical activity, promoting healthy and active lifestyles.

Decision taken to terminate Rhinos Coaching in 2020/21. High quality staff coaching was delivered in-house by MD and SD, reducing the need for coaching from Leeds Rhinos. No inter-trust competitions were arranged. After school clubs were delivered in-house.

Extra-curricular clubs, run by staff

To provide a range of extra-curricular sports clubs for pupils.

(One hour each, 3 afternoons per week).

£1500

 

 

Clubs run from Sept – March.

Total £1050

Pupils were able to consolidate and build on their learning from handball, football and basketball lessons, as well as learning new skills in netball club. This helped them to develop in ability and confidence.

Pupils were encouraged to participate in regular physical activity and live an active lifestyle.

Purchase of sports equipment

Double sided football rebounder/adjustable target goal

Moveable netball posts, netball bibs & netballs

Rubber markers (strips & discs)

Other equipment for use during PE lessons.

Storage bags for balls, cricket equipment & bibs

 

 

To enable children to practise their football skills, indoor or outdoor

To provide an indoor goal solution for handball

To enable children to play netball, indoor or outdoor, during extra-curricular clubs.

To allow pitches and areas to be marked out more safely.

To enable the teaching of high quality lessons with sufficient resources for the use of 2 classes at a time.

To ensure equipment is stored and transported around school safely.

£1100

 

 

 Total £1183 spent

 

The pupils were able to experience high quality PE lessons due to the enhancements to the provision.

Extra resources (such as handball rebound nets) allowed for high quality lessons whether their lessons were indoor or outdoor.

Pupils were able to enjoy after school clubs with the right equipment available to suit the focus (eg netball posts, balls, bibs, handball goals).

Teachers were able to maximise learning time due to resources being transported and stored in a manageable, safe and practical way.

Children’s enjoyment of PE lessons and extracurricular clubs was enhanced due to high quality resources.

Muga alterations

 -to enclose end goals

- to create 2 pitches widthways, adding 2 sets of mini goal boards.

To enhance current provision for the teaching and learning in PE, with regard to ball games such as hockey, handball and football.

To maximise the space within the MUGA, allowing simultaneous games to be played in 2 halve of the pitch.

To allow children more chance to participate in the learning, consolidating and developing their skills.

£4397

 

Total £4397 spent

 

 

The addition of mini goal boards created 2 pitches widthways. This allowed 2 games to be played simultaneously (in lessons such as football, handball and hockey).

Teachers were able to maximise learning by ensuring all children were participating in gameplay. Children had more chance to practise and consolidate their skills, rather than having time out watching on the side of the pitch.

The purchase of gymnastics equipment

Balance beams, benches, slides, ladders, bars, incline wedges, balance spots,

To enhance the quality of resources on offer for teaching gymnastics

To allow children to experience high quality gymnastics lessons where the equipment enables challenge and differentiation.

£3240

 

Not delivered.

To be included in 2020/2021 budget

 

Install wall mounted gymnastics climbing apparatus in the hall

To enhance the quality of PE lessons by providing gymnastics equipment that allows them to move on and between many levels. 

To give pupils opportunities to develop gymnastics/climbing skills and improve balance, agility, flexibility and strength.

To provide an exciting and stimulating environment in which to learn.

£8000

 

 

Not delivered.

To be included in 2020/21 budget

 

Total Income

Total Spend

Total surplus

£19,360

£11,374

£7,986 to be carried over to 20/21 budget

 

Blenheim Primary School Sports Premium 2018/19 Spending Breakdown

 

Use of funding

Success Criteria

Cost

Impact

Leeds Rhinos Foundation Sports Coach

· To provide high quality games lessons.

· To model high quality PE teaching for teachers.

· To inspire and motive children to participate in sport.

To organise Trust schools competition.

· To organise a day to remember and encourage the children to attend a professional sports event.

£3600

· Pupils are introduced to a wider variety of sports.

· Pupils are motivated and inspired in PE lessons.

· Teachers gain new ideas that can be built into future planning/ lessons.

Leeds Rhinos Foundation Dance Coach

· To provide high quality dance lessons.

· To model high quality dance teaching for teachers.

· To inspire and motive children to participate in sport.

£3600

· Pupils experience high quality dance coaching with a dance coach.

· Pupils are motivated and inspired in PE lessons.

· Teachers gain new ideas that can be built into future planning/lessons.

Flex dance after school club

· Provide high quality and safe after school provision – free for children who attend.

· Organise a final show at the end of each half term for the children involved.

£228

· Children enjoy quality dance sessions.

Teachers gain new ideas that can be built into future planning/lessons.

· Pupils developed better body control and understanding of dance.

Progression for children’s learning, following on from dance lessons.

Leeds Rebound Gymnastics

· To provide high quality, safe after-school provision – free of charge for the children.

· For children to develop body control and discipline.

£262.50

· Pupils develop in ability and confidence.

·Progression for children’s learning, following on from gymnastic lessons

Pro Skills Education Services (Handball Club)

· To provide high quality, safe after school provision – free of charge for the children.

· To give children the opportunity to experience a sport that is not provided in the curriculum.

· For children to develop body control and discipline.

£175.00

· Children more opportunity to enjoy handball.

· Pupils developed in ability and confidence.

·Progression for children’s learning, following on from handball lessons

· Pupils developed an appreciation for a non-curriculum, up-coming sport. 

Sportivater Limited (Athletics Club)

· To provide high quality, safe after school provision – free of charge for the children.

· To give children the opportunity to develop skills to use in a competitive environment.

£281.25

· Children given further opportunities to enjoy athletics.

· Pupils develop in ability and confidence.

Progression for children’s learning, following on from ahtletics lessons

· Pupils able to apply acquired skills in end of term athletics tournament.

 

 

 

 

Install a traverse wall in the playground

To inspire children to maintain and improve their health and wellbeing through engaging in challenging activities at playtime.

To give children the opportunity to develop climbing skills and adventurous play.

£6,900

 

Children have fun and are active on the playground

Children develop climbing skills and build body strength

Children improved their confidence and self-esteem through adventurous play

Large football posts

Portable tennis nets

Free-standing basketball nets

 

 

To provide high quality resources to use within PE lessons and after-school clubs.

 

£570

Teachers can deliver high quality, whole-class lessons, ensuring progression through the school.

Coaches can deliver high quality after-school provision to enable progression from PE lessons

Spent @ 21.9.18

To spend 1.9.18-31.4.19

£6,900

£8716.75

Total Income

Total spend

£15,614

£15 ,616.75

Funding allocation 2018/2019

At Blenheim we have decided to spend the premium as follows:

  • To continue to work with Leeds Rugby Foundation Programme to provide high quality games lessons in curriculum time and allow teachers to observe best practice.
  • To work with an expert dance coach from Leeds Rugby Foundation Programme to provide high quality dance lessons and allow teachers to observe best practice.
  • To continue to offer a range of offer school clubs that are free of charge for the children.
  • To build a ‘traverse wall’ in the playground
  • To enhance the sports resources available, enabling the delivery of high-quality lessons and after-school clubs

 Aims for Sports Premium:

  1. All teachers have access to high quality CPD for increased skills, knowledge, understanding and confidence in gymnastics, dance and athletics.
  2. Children have the opportunity to take part in a wider range of different sports.
  3. Children have an increased enjoyment of PE, and many become involved in extra-curricular sport.
  4. Children become more active, as a result of the afterschool sports provision and break time equipment and facilities available.
  5. Teachers observed by the PE coordinator in gym, dance and athletics, with strengths celebrated and areas for further development identified.
  6. Children inspired by professional gymnasts, dancers and athletes who visit the school to give workshops and run courses.
  7. Termly intra-school competitions for all children.
  8. Half termly inter-school competitions for all children.

 

Blenheim Primary School Sports Premium 2017/18 Spending Breakdown

Use of funding

Success Criteria

Cost

Impact

Leeds Rhinos Coaches

·To provide high quality games lessons.

·To Model high quality PE teaching for teachers.

·To inspire and motive children to participate in sport.

To organise Trust schools competition.

·Organise a day to remember and encourage the children to attend a professional sports event.

£3600

·Pupils introduced to a wider variety of sports.

·Pupils motivated and inspired in PE lessons.

·Teachers gained new ideas that can be used in their lessons.

Cyber Coach

·Aid in the delivery of safe and quality dance lessons.

·Use for increasing quality and activity level of wake up shake up.

£390

·Teacher more confident teaching dance.

·Higher quality dance lessons taught.

Flex dance after school club

·Provide high quality and safe after school provision – free for children who attend.

·Organise a final show at the end of each half term for the children involved.

£228

·Children have enjoyed dance sessions.

·Pupils have developed better body control and understanding of dance.

Leeds Rebound Gymnastics

·To provide high quality, safe after school provision – free of charge for the children.

·For children to develop body control and discipline.

£262.50

·Children enjoyed gymnastics club.

·Pupils developed in ability and confidence.

·

Pro Skills Education Services (Handball Club)

·To provide high quality, safe after school provision – free of charge for the children.

·To give children the opportunity to experience a sport that is not provided in the curriculum.

·For children to develop body control and discipline.

£175.00

·Children enjoyed handball club.

·Pupils developed in ability and confidence.

·Pupils developed an appreciation for a non-curriculum sport.

Sportivater Limited (Athletics Club)

·To provide high quality, safe after school provision – free of charge for the children.

·To give children the opportunity to develop skills to use in a competitive environment.

 

£281.25

·Children enjoyed athletics club.

·Pupils developed in ability and confidence.

·Pupils were able to apply acquired skills in end of term athletics tournament.

Install permanent integrated sports nets (football and basketball) in the MUGA

·To improve the quality of competitive and non-competitive sports in the MUGA.

 

£2,650

 

 

Create a ‘mile a day’ exercise track around the perimeter of the playing fields.

To inspire children to maintain and improve their health and wellbeing through the ‘mile a day’ challenge.

 

 

£19,000

(Additional contribution from Devolved Capital of £11,086

 

Spent @ 1.9.17

To spend 1.9.17-31.4.18

£4,936

£2650 (nets) + £7914 (track contribution)

Total Income

Total spend

£15,500

£15,500 (+£11,086 from Devolved Capital funding)

Funding allocation 2017/2018

At Blenheim we have decided to spend the premium as follows:

  • To continue to offer a range of offer school clubs that are free of charge for the children.
  • To continue to work with Leeds Rugby Foundation Programme to provide high quality games lessons in curriculum time and allow teachers to observe best practice.
  • To invest in permanent outdoor basketball and football nets.
  • To work with expert gymnastics coaches to provide high quality gymnastics lessons and allow teachers to observe best practice.
  • To extend the range of after school clubs available.
  • Create a ‘mile a day’ exercise track around the perimeter of the playing fields.

Aims for Sports Premium:

1. All teachers have access to high quality CPD for increased skills, knowledge, understanding and confidence in gymnastics, dance and athletics.

2. Children have the opportunity to take part in a wider range of different sports.

3. Children have an increased enjoyment of PE, and many become involved in extra-curricular sport.

3. Children become more active, as a result of the afterschool sports provision and break time equipment and facilities available.

4. Teachers observed by the PE coordinator in gym, dance and athletics, with strengths celebrated and areas for further development identified.

5. Children inspired by professional gymnasts, dancers and athletes who visit the school to give workshops and run courses.

6. Termly intra-school competitions for all children.

7. Half termly inter-school competitions for all children.