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

 

Sports Premium Funding

 

 

The government allocates funding directly to primary schools to support the provision of quality PE / sport. Each school receives £8,000 (plus an additional £5
per pupil per year until 2017). This totals £9,635 per year for Brookfields Primary School.

 

 

 

The impact of the funding is monitored to ensure value for money. We are now seeing a higher level of engaged children taking part in afterschool clubs and therefor take part in extra-curricular activities on a weekly basis. We now have girls more engaged in netball and football which gives them the opportunity to represent our school in competitions. Children are enthusiastic about being a part of the Play leaders team and sports Ambassador team which we have seen a record high of applicants. Children attending afterschool clubs and extra-curricular activities are seeing an increase in better behaviour in class and focus on their learning.

 

 

We also attend Broadway Raiders football training at Broadway Academy. We have been so successful in this as a pupil in our school has been scouted by Aston Villa, Everton and West Bromwhich Albion.

 

 

Use of funding in 2016 / 2017:

 

 

  1. Provide PE training/mentoring for staff to ensure that all teachers deliver good, active and engaging PE lessons for all pupils;

  2. Enhance our provision of extra curriculum activities, by employing coaches to deliver additional activities for children in areas of dance, basketball and gymnastics through KESSP.

  3. Complement and enhance PE and sport provision to ensure that standards rise

  4. We will provide a professional football, basketball and Netball kit for our teams when they represent Brookfield’s in competitions

  5. Membership of ESPSFA (Erdington and Saltley Primary School Football) League. A boy’s league and a separate Girls league.

  6. Provide Level 5 PE Specialism Training a member of staff

  7. Create a change 4 Life club for our inactive children

  8. New PE Equipment (Footballs, Basketball, netball, rounder’s set and netball and football bibs)

 

 

 

King Edward School Sport Partnership:

 

 

  1. CPD (Gymnastics and Dance)

  2. Gymnastic and dance clubs taught by a professional coach which then will enable the children to attend each competition.

  3. Attend Monthly competitions; Netball (Y5/6) Aston Villa Football (Y3/4) Basketball (Y5/6)

  4. Develop our provision for 2nd hour of PE and we will send NQT and teachers to some of the course provided.

  5. Regular support through meetings

  6. Working towards Silver/Gold for the school games mark.

 

 

 

Action Plan

 

Afterschool and lunchtime Data 2015/16

 

 

Our aim in 2015/16 was to increase the girl’s participation in after school clubs and school games competitions. We increased the percentage of girl’s term by term last year. We did this by creating lunchtime dance clubs, a girl’s football club and netball training. This has then enabled us to create a year 5/6 Football team and year 5/6 netball Team, year 3/4 have also shown enthusiasm and interest in both sports at lunchtime.

 

 

Our Sports Ambassador Team asked for ideas for the netball and basketball kits as we already had a Brookfield’s football kit. We feel that all the children who represent Brookfield’s feel sense of pride and togetherness which has increased participation in school sport throughout the school. 

 

 

A detailed plan for use of the sports premium funding is being developed and will be published on the site soon

 

 

 

Purpose of Funding

Cost

Activities

Evidence

Impact

Level 5 PE Specialism

£1100

6 Training days for the year.

Level 5 Folder, photographs and day to day activities at work.

Upskill delegates to be able to improve the overall delivery of the PE Curriculum within a primary school.

Assist in raising standards within primary school PE Teaching and Learning.

Increasing places on offer to pupils in Afterschool clubs and extra-curricular

£5,460

A range of afterschool 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.

30% increase in the number pupil Premium children attending clubs

30% increase in the number of children representing school

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

Including inter/intra competitions

£3,500

Contribution towards membership of the King Edwards Partnership Aston (Alex Smith) school sport partnership.

Competition calendar for sporting events/Activities’. Extra Curriculum folder of risk assessments, consent forms, registers and photographs.

Photo Scrapbook.

30% increase in the pupils representing the school

Rank in top 3 for at least 80% of competitions entered.

Provided by ASPIRE PECCS programme. Physical Education coach to work alongside teachers.

£5,460

The coach will work alongside six teachers throughout the academic year. NQT’s.

Feedback forms from teachers and 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 afterschool club

£7,920

(180 for 39 weeks)

The coach to work alongside TA’s 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

£1,266.87

Basketball, Footballs, Netball, Foam dodgeball and Football and Netball Bibs.

School Netball kit and Basketball Kit

Resource order forms. Photographs

Discussions with pupils

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

ESPSFA Football League

£50.00

(Erdington and Saltley Primary School Football League)

Boys league and a Girls League

Risk assessments photographs, scrapbook, and Extra-curricular activities folder.

70% increase in girls taking part in football at school.

Cost £24,756.87

PE and School Sport Funding = £9,522

School Contribution = £15,234.87

 

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