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PE Budget at Berry Hill Primary School

Spring 2017

PE planned expenditure for April 2017 – April 2018

Planned area of expenditure

Estimated expenditure

 

PE curriculum coaching / staff CPD

After-school clubs

 

Approx. £1080 per ½ term

 

Approx. £6480 in total

 

 

PE curriculum dance coaching / staff CPD

Dance after-school club

 

 

Approx. £300

 

Approx. £600 in total

 

 

Transport to PE events, festivals, leagues and competitions

 

 

Approx. £350

 

PE and School Sport resources

 

 

Approx. £600

 

Staff supply cover for CPD events and attendance at competitions

 

 

Approx. £500

 

Membership of the MPSSP partnership

 

Approx. £500

 

 

Staff CPD opportunities

 

 

Approx. £200

 

Hire of Berry Hill Park for sports day

 

 

Approx. £120

Total = £9350

All of the above is estimated and based upon last year’s spending.

The needs of the school may vary from the above and totals or items may change.

PE Funding at Berry Hill Primary School

 

Funding allocation April 2016 to April 2017: £9621 (£8000 + £5 per child)

What has the funding been spent on so far?

Please see attached spreadsheet information for costings.

Autumn term 1 2016 to October 2016:

  • £2370.23 spent so far from April 2016 – April 2017 allocation for the following:
  • Mansfield Primary School Sport Partnership = £500
  • Staff CPD course and supply cover for A Pickering and A Burton Wallace – Meaningful PE = £399.00
  • Inclusive PE equipment for new visually impaired pupil = £142.23
  • Sports coaches from Next Level Sports delivering Year 1 and Year 2 multiskills CPD during curriculum time for M Tranter, K Miller, N Kendall and M Price, also delivering year 4 netball CPD during curriculum time for A Pickering and R Beighton and delivering year 5 tag rugby CPD during curriculum time for M McIntyre and A Carter = £1029
  • Professional dance coaching CPD for year 3 staff K Senior and J Matthews delivering ‘Diwali’ dance topic = £300
  • £7250.77 remaining.

Autumn term 2 2016 to February 2017

  • £4089.67 spent so far from April 2016 – April 2017 allocation in addition to the £2370.23 spent at the beginning of the autumn term (see above) a total of £6459.90 for the following:
  • Sports coaches from Next Level Sports delivering Year 1 and Year 2 multiskills CPD during curriculum time for M Tranter, K Miller, N Kendall and M Price, also delivering year 5 hockey CPD during curriculum time for M McIntyre and A Carter as well as year 4 netball CPD during curriculum time for A Pickering and R Beighton.
  • After-school gymnastics clubs delivered twice a week to years 5 and 6 by L Reegan from Next Level Sports.
  • Autumn 2/December invoice from Next Level Sports for the above coaching £934.50.
  • Supply cover for N Kendall to attend year ½ sportshall athletics festival £83.00.
  • Supply cover for N Kendall to attend year 6 football festival £82.50.
  • Supply cover for N Kendall to attend Key Stage 2 Swimming gala £72.50.
  • Transport for the children to take part in the Key Stage 2 Swimming gala £175.00.
  • Sports coaches from Next Level Sports delivering Year 1 and Year 2 multiskills CPD during curriculum time for M Tranter, K Miller, N Kendall and M Price, also delivering year 6 sportshall athletics CPD during curriculum time for C Frisby and A Quant-Epps (V Schofield PPA cover) as well as year 3 sportshall athletics CPD during curriculum time for K Senior and T Durham.

 

  • After-school basketball clubs delivered twice a week to years 3 and 4 by L Reegan from Next Level Sports.
  • Spring 1/January invoice from Next Level Sports for the above coaching £1081.50.
  • Nursery, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 resources and sport-specific equipment (e.g. new sportshall athletics equipment) £1485.67.
  • £3336.10 remaining.

 

February 2017 to April 2017

  • Key Stage 2 Sportshall Athletics certificates and badges £181.35
  • Next Level Sports Coaching February £1071.00
  • Next Level Sports Coaching March £1711.50.
  • £372.25 remaining and to be carried forward into the next financial year.
  • £9685.00 estimated funding allocation for April 2017 to April 2018.
  • Spent so far from the estimated allocation:
  • F2 yoga £300.00
  • Swimming bus for the swimming gala county finals £190.00
  • Next Level Sports Coaching April £727.26

 

Funding allocation April 2017: £10,261.00

 

What has the funding been spent on so far?

Please see attached spreadsheet information for costings.

Summer Term 2017:

  • Next Level Sports Coaching April £606.05
  • Next Level Sports Coaching May £1266.95
  • Next Level Sports Coaching June £1167.95
  • Next Level Sports Coaching July £943.35
  • KS1 multiskills coaching and CPD during curriculum time in the summer term 2017. Next Level Sports delivered the sessions on a Monday morning (year 1) and a Thursday morning (year 2).
  • Year 1 games after-school club on a Wednesday after-school. To be delivered by Next Level sports coaches.
  • KS2 athletics coaching CPD during curriculum time in the summer term 2017. Next Level Sports delivered the sessions on a Wednesday afternoon (year 3) and a Friday afternoon (year 4).
  • F2 yoga £300.00
  • Curriculum support, staff CPD for F2 in the Spring/Summer term. Yoga specialist ‘Tatty Bumpkin.’

 

  • Swimming bus for the swimming gala county finals £190.00
  • Dance coaching CPD and curriculum support for year 5 and a year 2 Disney dance club delivered by ‘All About Fitness’ £400.00
  • Hire of Berry Hill Athletics Track for Key Stage 2 sports day £150.00
  • Supply cover for N Kendall sports days preparation time £277.50
  • Supply cover for N Kendall to deliver sports days £350.00
  • West Notts College Student Support through Mansfield Partnership £150.00
  • Netball bus for the netball county finals £230.00
  • Football team trophies and awards £39.50

Changes and updates since the last report

  1. We have continued with our strong links with Next Level Sports coaching services and they will continue to help to deliver our staff CPD during curriculum time. This will help staff and children to receive specialist PE sessions, improving the quality of PE at Berry Hill.
  2. We are a member of the Mansfield Primary School Sport Partnership which helps us to support our CPD and inter-school competition opportunities.
  3. KS2 swimming provision has continued with year 6 attending their booster/top-up sessions.

 

What impact has the funding had on PE and School Sport at Berry Hill?

  • Improved resources and equipment for staff and children to use during PE lessons and after-school activities.
  • Continuous professional development of staff to develop their ability to deliver higher quality PE and school sport. Staff are benefitting from working alongside specialist PE coaches. CPD has been organised in response to feedback of staff questionnaires which N Kendall sent out during transition in the summer term 2016.
  • CPD also set out to support 2 NQT members of staff.
  • Wider range of sporting opportunities being offered to the children both during curricular and extra-curricular sessions. The clubs have been chosen in line with children’s preferences from PE questionnaires which were sent out by N Kendall during transition periods in the summer term 2016.
  • More sporting opportunities for the children to take part in and to receive professional coaching. The children have had the benefit of having first-hand experience of professional, sport-specific coaching which has enabled them to receive a higher level of PE and sport sessions. This will also benefit the school and children in the future, as the teachers have been working alongside the coaches to develop their subject knowledge and delivery.
  • More children have been able to attend school swimming sessions and have received extra hours of swimming lessons with children boosted to gain the expected skills by the end of key stage 2.
  • Equipment has been ordered to help support individual children’s needs and to help and work towards making Berry Hill a more inclusive school.
  • CPD courses have been attended by 2 members of staff with specific children’s needs in mind in preparation for delivering PE during this academic year.
  • Foundation 2 children have benefitted from having a better outdoor area provision. The children use their benches, mats and gymnastics table tops every day on their outdoor area which helps to aid their physical development.
  • Nursery children have benefitted from a new 4 –hoop basketball net which can be lowered to suit their height, developing their hand and eye-coordination skills as well as their ball skills. Other equipment such as a creepy, crawly tunnel, skimming stars bean bags and bungee jumpers all aid nursery’s outdoor physical development.
  • Transport and supply cover has enabled us to attend the year 6 football festival where we returned as champions! Our 6-a-side year 6 children (3 boys and 3 girls) played against 4 other schools, winning 3 matches and drawing the final game. They then took part in the final, winning 1-nil and coming back as the winners! A very proud day. The children were a credit to the school in terms of behaviour and their strong collaboration and communication skills were clear to see.
  • Transport and supply cover has also enabled us to attend a local swimming gala at the Rebecca Adlington Swimming Centre where our children were crowned the winners! The team of 18 children across years 4, 5 and 6 were absolutely brilliant in their swimming skills, teamwork, support of one another and behaviour. They thoroughly deserved their winning medals and team trophy and they were very well supported by many proud family members who went along to spectate. Photos and a report of the event are on the school website.
  • Transport and supply cover has also enabled us to represent the school at the county finals in both swimming and netball this academic year. All photos and reports are on the school website as well as being displayed in reception area on our ‘Celebrating Achievement’ display.
  • Foundation 2 staff and children have benefitted from the experience of a yoga specialist to develop their physical development curriculum.

How will the PE improvements be sustained?

  • £9685.00 estimated funding allocation for April 2017 to April 2018
  • Please see ‘PE planned expenditure for April 2017 to April 2018 ‘document, dated 1st March 2017.
  • All current staff (academic year 2016-2017) have received some CPD support during class curriculum teaching and this will support their planning and delivery of PE and school sport during the next academic year and hopefully into future years too.
  • Next year’s coaching and club provision will be based upon any staffing changes and areas which are identified as needing support following on from conversations with staff and our inset day on Friday 7th July 2017.
  • The funding allocation will be prioritised for curriculum and club coaching support in a bid to continue the improved quality of teaching of PE and School Sport.
  • The skills and progression that children have made throughout this year will be built upon going into the next academic 17/18 year.
  • Coaching and clubs will be run in connection with local competitions and family of schools events, with teams being selected to represent our school accordingly.
  • N Kendall will continue to liaise with staff and the coaching team to ensure provision is allocated fairly and consistently across school.

 

Funding allocation April 2017: £10,261.00

What has the funding been spent on so far?

Please see attached spreadsheet information for costings.

Autumn Term 2017:

  • Next Level Sports Coaching September 2017 £804.50
  • KS1 multiskills coaching and CPD during curriculum time in the autumn 1 term 2017. Next Level Sports delivered the sessions on a Monday morning (year 1) and a Tuesday morning (year 2).
  • KS2 gymnastics coaching CPD during curriculum time in the autumn 1 term 2017. Next Level Sports delivered the sessions on a Monday afternoon (year 5).
  • KS2 dance coaching CPD during curriculum time in the autumn 1 term 2017. Next Level Sports delivered the sessions on a Tuesday afternoon (year 6) and a Thursday afternoon (year 3).
  • Year 5/6 dance after-school club on a Thursday after-school, delivered by Next Level sports coach.
  • Football team socks £25.05

Changes and updates since the last report

  1. N Kendall outlined a new PE overview and skills progression during staff inset day on 07.07.17.
  2. We have continued with our strong links with Next Level Sports coaching services and they will continue to help to deliver our staff CPD during curriculum time. This will help staff and children to receive specialist PE sessions, improving the quality of PE at Berry Hill.
  3. Autumn 2 planned CPD and coaching sessions are:

Year 1 and 2 multiskills, Year 5 dance and year 4 gymnastics.

  1. Autumn 2 planned after-school clubs are:

Year 3/4 dance (Mondays) and Year 5/6 gymnastics (Fridays).

  1. Autumn 2 will see a questionnaire go out to staff and children to gain their feedback about PE and School Sport, including PE lessons, CPD, coaching and after-school clubs.
  2. We have signed up to be a member of the Mansfield Primary School Sport Partnership again which helps us to support our CPD and inter-school competition opportunities.
  3. KS2 swimming provision has begun with year 4 and year 5 attending their swimming sessions.
  4. Mr Wright has set up the year 5/6 football team and has entered us into many competitions and local fixtures.
  5. Mr Wright has hosted trials for a year 5/6 girls football team with the aspiration of setting a team up to train and play other local schools.
  6. F2 CPD and curriculum provision has been planned for with yoga and football booked in for spring and summer terms. These will be delivered by Tatty Bumpkin and Mini kicks.
  7. N Kendall has used the Sainsburys Active Kids vouchers to replenish some of our PE resources.
  8. Mansfield Town Football Club have carried out football coaching to the whole-school from F2 to year 6. They then returned to deliver a penalty shootout competition with children raising sponsorship for their penalties. They will be returning for prize assemblies in autumn 2!

 

What impact has the funding had on PE and School Sport at Berry Hill?

  • Improved resources and equipment for staff and children to use during PE lessons and after-school activities.
  • Continuous professional development of staff to develop their ability to deliver higher quality PE and school sport. Staff are benefitting from working alongside specialist PE coaches.
  • CPD also set out to support 1 NQT member of staff and 3 new members of staff.

 

How will the PE improvements be sustained?

  • £3360.15 remaining of the funding allocation for April 2017 to April 2018.
  • Coaching and clubs will be run in connection with local competitions and family of schools events, with teams being selected to represent our school accordingly.
  • N Kendall will continue to liaise with staff and the coaching team to ensure provision is allocated fairly and consistently across school.
  • B Wright will continue with our football fixtures and a new team kit will be sought after due to loss of items from our previous teams.

Sports Premium

 

Please read the information below which provides details of our PE and Sport Premium and how we use the funding.

 

PE Funding 2015/2016

  • Mansfield School Sport Partnership and Competition Calendar.

  • CPD opportunities for staff.

  • Supply cover for staff to take children to inter-school competitions.

  • Healthy school workshops for year 2.

  • New equipment for the hall.

  • New equipment for Foundation 2 and their outdoor provision.

  • Professional dance coaching during curriculum time for year 1.

  • Professional football coaching during curriculum time for year 4.

  • Professional football coaching after-school club for year 3.

  • Go Getters after-school club.

  • Swimming for Key Stage 2.

 

Remaining funding to be spent on the following:

  • CPD opportunities for staff.

  • Swimming for Key Stage 2.

  • Inter-school competitions transport and staff cover.

  • Football kit.

  • Specialist PE coach to work during curriculum time and to deliver after-school clubs.

  • Sports day park hire.

  • New equipment to replace lost or broken resources.

 

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