Brookfields Primary School
2 Hingeston Street
Hockley
Birmingham
West Midlands
B18 6PU
Tel. 0121 675 1897
email enquiry@brookfields.bham.sch.uk

 Brookfields Primary School PE and School Sport Funding 2015 -16

Purpose of funding Cost Activities Evidence Impact
Employment of Sports Coach £9716 Full time sports coach employed to manage P.E curriculum, clubs and sporting activities. Mini bus trained. Sports calendar, P.E action plan, list of clubs and registers.

Raising aspirations for children in school. 10% increase in inactive children attending after school clubs. 10% increase in children meeting ARE at the end of KS2.

More children attending competitions within the cluster.

Increasing places on offer to pupils in after school sporting activities £ 5,460 A range of after school activities which are subsidised by the school to engage vulnerable pupils and to raise standards of achievement in PE and school sport. Extended Curriculum timetable

10% increase in the number of Pupil Premium children attending clubs

10% increase in the number of children representing school

Increasing the number of sports competitions and increasing pupils’ participation in the school games.

Including Inter / intra competitions

£3500 Contribution towards membership of the King Edwards Partnership Aston (Alex Smith) school sport partnership. Competition calendar for sporting events/ activities

20% increase in pupils representing the school

Rank in top 3 for at least 50% of competitions entered

Provided by ASPIRE.

Physical Education coach to work alongside teachers.

£5,460 The coach will work alongside six teachers throughout the academic year.

Feedback forms from teachers

Lesson observations

The quality of teaching will improve – 100% of teachers delivering good or better lessons.
Stardust – Hannah Kemp – teaching P.E to Year 1 and Reception, Providing an after school club.

£7020

(£180 for 39 weeks)

The coach to work alongside TAs to improve their teaching and learning in P.E. This support is part of their performance management.

Feedback from Hannah Kemp.

Observations and performance management feedback.

Staff skills and knowledge will increase improve

Children are more physically active

Increase in number of children exceeding ARE (age related expectations)

Purchasing resources £1000

Purchasing a school football kit ( £577.18)

General P.E resources

Resource order forms.

Photographs

Discussions with pupils

P.E department is well resourced to enable teachers to deliver a range of sports.

Costs = £32,156

PE and school sport funding = £9,500 (estimate) School contribution = £22,656

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