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 Bishop John Robinson C of E Primary School

Bishop John Robinson C of E Primary School

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Physical Education and Sports Premium


The Sports Premium is a fund which must be spent by schools on making additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of all pupils to encourage the development of healthy active lifestyles.

In 2019-20 the school expects to receive £17,730 for Sport Premium

Please use these links to download further information about how we spend the Sport Premium;

Sport Premium spending for 2019-20

Sport Premium impact 2018-19

Number of children (out of 25) who can...  

swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

23
use a range of strokes effectively 25
perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations 24

Sports Premium 2018-19 £17892

Expenditure: How the money has been/will be spent

Impact on pupil's PE participation and attainment:

How the improvements will be sustainable in the future:

How this gives pupils the opportunity to develop a healthy, active lifestyle.

Impact

Top up swimming lessons for Y6 pupils.

 

£1000

Increased % of children able to swim minimum of 25M 

Increased % of children who can swim 100M

Each group coming through the school will receive the same amount of swimming tuition meaning sustained improvements year on year.

Swimming is a life skill. Once children are confident they will have the opportunity to access swimming locally and further afield. 

See table above

£1000

 Training for Sports Leader

Participation in interschool sports events; Matthew Clarke, Sportathon, Cluster sporting competitions

Sports leader staying in post and developing role year on year

Engagement with external agencies eg Local Authority, Cluster and Local sporting clubs to ensure sustained improvements

Participation in PE lessons is at least GOOD

Sporting events are highly popular with children

Children engaged in Sportathon , Matthew Clarke and other interschool sporting events.

 

Sports Premium for 2017-18 

Sports Premium for 2017-18 £14021

Expenditure: How the money has been/will be spent Impact on pupil's PE participation and attainment: How the improvements will be sustainable in the future: How this gives pupils the opportunity to develop a healthy, active lifestyle. Impact

£2000

Top up swimming lessons for Y6 pupils. Y6 pupils to receive 1 full year of swimming tuition.
Increased % of children able to swim minimum of 25M  Each group coming through the school will receive the same amount of swimming tuition meaning sustained improvements year on year. Swimming is a life skill. Once children are confident they will have the opportunity to access swimming locally and further afield.  At the end of the year, alll children were able to use a range of strokes effectively

£1000

 Training for Sports Leader

Performance of Sports Leader judged highly by external agencies

Quality of PE lessons is at least GOOD

Participation in interschool sports events; Matthew Clarke, Sportathon, Cluster sporting competitions

Sports leader staying in post and developing role year on year

Engagement with external agencies eg Local Authority, Cluster and Local sporting clubs to ensure sustained improvements

Participation in PE lessons is at least GOOD

Sporting events are highly popular with children
Children from all year groups from y1-Y6 had opportunities to take part in inter-school sports events.

£2000

 Participation in Thamesmead Tump 53 Adventure Learning Programme
The environmentally-focused activities will provide creative and engaging experiences that will add value to curriculum subjects and inspire children to learn about their local natural heritage. children will be able to experience seasonal change and use Tump 53 as an extension of their classroom and will include; orienteering, Bear hunts, Bush craft and survival days Partnership with Wide Horizons has started this year and is anticipated that the cluster will continue this over time. Children will have improved knowledge of the Tump and may access community outdoor-adventurous events as a consequence. All children including those with SEN accessed Tump 53 for adventure learning. Some were able to use the centre on multiple occasions. 

£3000

Additional dance lessons for children and training for staff

All children will have the opportunity to take part in high quality dance lessons in addition to the usual PE offer and engage in a performance to parents.

Staff will benefit from observing and working alongside a qualified dance teacher.
A similar investment year on year will ensure that the improvements are sustained

Health benefits of taking part in dance.

It is hoped that children’s participation in dance out of school hours will increase.
All children including those with SEN participated in a 6 week course of street dance lessons in addition to PE lessons. Teachers observed, took part in and learned from the experience.

£1000

Greenwich School’s Partnership
•Membership of the Association for Physical Education and the Youth Sport Trust
High Quality Professional learning for sports leader
High Quality Professional learning for other staff in school.
Festivals that include professional learning for accompanying staff and “learning through” the activity that is the festival programme.
Termly Greenwich Physical Education Subject Leader meetings

More children taking part in sporting events.

More teachers training to teach high quality PE and sport.

Health benefits of taking part in competitive sport

It is hoped that children’s participation in competitive out of school hours will increase.
 

£1000

Estimated cost of supervision and transport to sporting events
Opportunities for children to take part in competitive sporting events across the cluster and beyond.

More children taking part in sporting events.

More teachers training to teach high quality PE and sport.

Health benefits of taking part in competitive sport

It is hoped that children’s participation in competitive out of school hours will increase.
 

£3000

Lunchtime football club led by All Kids Can

To encourage sporting behaviour and anticipation at lunch times. Coaches to train 'sports leaders' to support and take on the role. By having a regular, safe and supervised activity. This very popular lunchtime club ensured that all children had the opportunity to develop sporting behaviour through supervised football.