Bushfield Road Infant School

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PE and Sport Premium Report 2017/2018

Sport Premium is an amount of money which the government has agreed to allocate to schools until 2020. The funding amount schools receive is based upon the number of children of primary age the school has. The sport premium is to be used to Increase the quality & breadth of PE & Sport provision, and increasing participation in PE & Sport.

At Bushfield Infants School, we strive to promote healthy and active lifestyles and aim to provide sporting opportunities for all our pupils. Through PE and sport our children learn to develop important qualities such as discipline, communication, team work, sportsmanship and ambition, leading to improved concentration, attitude and academic achievement.

This year has seen an increase in Sport Premium funding due to the initiative to tackle childhood obesity.

The 2017 - 2018 Sport Premium funding was £17,150.

The funding has been used so far for:

£2850

Local School Sports Partnership, including SSCo support. Including staff training

£1820

Mini kicks coaching

£300

 

Supply Costs

£100

PE conference for updates to government initiatives etc

Playground markings (price to be confirmed circa £7000)

To enhance the children’s playtime and promote activity.

New equipment (price to be confirmed)

Equipment audit needed and new equipment for playtimes to be ordered, and PE equipment such as new benches.

Active mats (circa £1000) to be ordered

To enhance activity and broaden independence in being active.

Activity day at the Pods (price to be confirmed)

 

Curriculum enhancements (Day at the Pods)

 

Impact of the funding

  • The profile of P.E. has increased meaning it has increased status within the school.
  • Teacher training and the introduction of new schemes of work has increased the confidence and skills of class teachers in delivering high quality PE lessons.
  • The curriculum has been enriched with opportunities for pupils to participate in sporting events and new opportunities such as Archery, climbing, balance biking.
  • The range, variety, quality and expertise of after-school sporting provision has been maintained throughout this academic years.
  • More children are participating in sport outside of school, by establishing links with local clubs.
  • Opportunities for less confident individuals to participate in sporting activities are organised through our school cluster.
  • Through the development of intra and inter school sports competitions, the vast majority of pupils are able to experience competitive sport, playing as part of a team and feel great about achieving success.
  • More children are participating in out of school activities, improving social interaction and promoting a healthier lifestyle.
  • Children have had the honour and take pride in representing their school.
  • Continuation of the post-Olympic legacy and the development of a passion for sport.
  • 30 active minutes including Go noodle activities.