Brinsley Primary & Nursery School

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Sports Funding


Primary PE and Sport Premium

 

The U.K. Government says:

Playing sport helps to keep people healthy and is good for communities. Playing sport at school or in a local club is also the first step to competition at the highest level, which helps improve our reputation as a sporting nation, and contributes to economic growth.

 

5 Key Indicators for effective use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding:

Schools are expected to see an impact of the primary school sport funding on pupils’ lifestyles and physical well-being, and at Brinsley Primary and Nursery School, we expect to see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity, kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. A broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport

 

At Brinsley Primary and Nursery School Primary School, our vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium is for ALL pupils to leave primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

We are very pleased to announce that after slipping to Bronze award last year, this year Brinsley has received GOLD for the first time.  This is a fantastic achievement for the school.

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Schools Sports Grant 2018-2019

This year the school has been given £17,371 (est) Sports Premium Funding.  Please find a breakdown of how we have spent the money here at Brinsley and the impact this will make on your children.

 

Details of impact

How impact will be monitored

Sports Coach –

1 full day, 2 mornings a week plus a lunchtime club

All children taught by qualified coach for at least ½  term 1 hour a week

Lesson plans and schemes of work are provided

Weekly lunch time club for identified children- linked to the Sainsbury’s Active Schools Award

Members of staff observe the coach teaching their own class weekly and evaluate – feedback given to Coach/head/ PE coordinator

After school club for KS2 and KS1 children

 

More children are taking part in PE clubs

Whole school PE assessments show that children are making good progress

Staff have a clearer understanding of effective PE provision

Observations of staff teaching PE show that teachers are implementing new strategies taught

Staff take up more after school PE opportunities

School attain at least a silver medal from the Sainsbury’s Active School Awards

The percentage of children reaching an expected and better than expected level of attainment improves.

Ashfield Sporting Competitions  –

 

Youth Sports Club Membership

Family of schools tournaments i.e. athletics, multi skills, cross country, netball

Dance workshops and performances (body rhythms)

CPD family meetings for PE staff

Young Ambassadors Programme training at Selston Academy  to continue

Children throughout school have transition opportunities with a secondary feeder school

Children are taking up more clubs

More children receive opportunities to represent the school in a variety of sporting events

Children learn to work as a team

Professional development for all teaching staff

Pupils (Ambassadors) will lead different activities to take back to school

Resources /training

1x staff meeting on teaching revisiting PE assessment tool.

More PE equipment

More outside play equipment for playtime

 

Observations of dinner/playtimes shows that more children are undertaking physical activity

The assessment of PE is more detailed and informative

Swimming

Children who have not yet reached the goal of swimming 25m in years 4,5,&6 will also have the same provision

Children to swim at least 25 metres before leaving school.

Active Screen in the playground

Interactive screen in the playground that has keep fit videos on during play time

The screen also promotes healthy eating, keep fit, and other health care issues with videos aimed at parent/carers and children.

Children are observed being more active at playtime

Parents act on advice given then i.e. pupil premium

Pupil and parent interviews will monitor the impact.

 

What impact has the funding had on our school?

  • We have an extremely successful Netball team two years running.
  • We have a broader provision of PE & sporting activities delivered by staff and specialised coaches
  • The quality of teaching has increased and resources have helped to aid this
  • Children at Brinsley Primary and Nursery School enjoy PE and additional sports after school (after school sports club participation has increased, especially in girls)
  • Staff are more readily preparing children for competitions
  • We have bought school sports T-Shirts (and Football Kits) with the funding and also additional sponsorship from Brinsley Buddies, which has helped give children at our school a School Sporting Identity; they are proud to represent Team BRINSLEY!
  • Our school is becoming increasingly involved in more competitive events, and children are gaining more success at these events
  • We have seen an overall increase in involvement with girls and competitive sports
  • In 2015 the school was awarded the Bronze Sainsbury’s school award, in 2016 the school achieved SILVER status.
  • In 2016 the school took part in 7 competitions, we now average around 20 events per year. 

Sporting Events Since September 2017

Date

Year Group

Event

Position

4/10/2017

Y5/6

Young Ambassadors training session

NA

5/10/2017

Y5/6

Mini Tennis (2 teams)

4th and 7th

18/10/2017

Y5/6

Handball

Qualified for District

2/11/2017

Y3/4

Indoor Athletics

4th

6/11/2017

Y5/6

District Handball

3rd- bronze

23/11/2017

Y5/6

Indoor Athletics

3rd – bronze

8/12/2018

Y3-6

Multi-Sports Competition

3rd

11/1/2018

Y5/6

Boys Futsal – District

4th

25/1/2018

Y5/6

Girls Futsal

3rd- bronze

15/2/2018

Y5/6

High Five Netball League

All 3 games won

6/3/2018

KS2

Boccia Festival

Fun Games

8/3/2018

Y5/6

High Five Netball

2 games played- a draw and a loss

12/3/2018

Y5/6

Football Friendly with Springbank

3-2 loss

15/3/2018

Y5/6

High Five Netball

All 3 games won

18/3/2018

Y5/6

County Handball Tournament

10th position in the County

13/6/2018

Y3/4

Tennis

4th

21/6/2018

Y5/6

Netball Hi5

2nd

2/7/2018

Y3/4

Handball

3rd

 

 

2016-2017 Primary PE and Sport Premium Information

In 2016-2017, Brinsley Primary and Nursery School Primary School received £8,492 (est) of "Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding". Budget projection suggests that this will continue through to 2018. The funds are spent in the following ways:  

 

 

Sporting Events September 2016- May 2017

Date

Year

Event

Position

27th Sept 16

5/6

Tag Rugby

Bronze

5th Oct 16

5/6

Mini Tennis

Bronze & 4th

6th Oct 16

KS2

District Cross Country

One child came 5th

12th Oct 16

KS2

7 a side Football

Silver

3rd Nov 16

3/4

Indoor Sportshall

5th

14th Nov 16

5/6

Handball

Silver

24th Nov 16

5/6

Indoor Sportshall

Silver

7th Dec 16

5/6

District Final Sportshall

4th

18th Jan 17

5/6

Futsal

(non-football club boys)

5th

26th Jan 17

5/6

Girls Futsal

7th

4th Feb 17

Year 6 child

District Schools Cross Country

8th and through to the District Final in March.

7th Feb 17

KS2

Football Tie with Greasley  School

Brinsley lost

2-1

9th Feb 17

5/6

Indoor Rowing Competition

9th

23rd Feb 17

KS2

Swimming Gala

Bronze

2nd March 17

Y5/6

High 5 Netball League

In the final 2nd

3rd March 17

KS1

Sportshall

4th

8th March 17

KS1 &2

Boccia

Silver/bronze

15th March 17

Y3/4

Futsal

5th

16th March 17

Y5/6

High 5 Netball League

-     In the final 2nd

27th March 17

Y5/6

Holly Hill Football

3rd

30th March 17

Y5/6

High 5 Netball League

-     In the final 2nd

26th April 17

KS2

District Cross Country

One boy came 3rd

Girls and boys teams both came 8th

26th April 17

KS1 and 2

Special Olympics

Festival- no scoring

15th May 17

Y5/6

Girls High 5 Netball

-     In the final – 2nd

16th May 17

Y5/6

Quicksticks Hockey

4th

18h May 17

Y5/6

County Netball Finals

1st - GOLD

 

 

Sporting Events September 2015- July 2016

Event

Years

Position

Cross Country

4-6

One child came 6th

Boccia KS1&2

1-6

KS1- 2nd

KS2- 5th

Mini Tennis

5-6

3rd

Indoor Athletics

3-4

4th

Futsal Girls

5-6

4th

Futsal Boys

5-6

4th

Basketball

5-6

4th

 


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