In 2017/2018, Brockley Primary School will receive approximately £8600 funding from the Department of Education. Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including the increasing participation of pupils in PE and sport. The aim is that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.
How Brockley Primary will spend the PE and sport funding..?
- School will continue to affiliate to the Bolsover and District School Sport Partnership. In affiliating to the partnership the school will continue to access the following:
- Continuous professional development for all staff.
- Curriculum support as required to ensure high quality PE is delivered by all staff.
- Signposting to local clubs suitable for all age groups.
- Bikeability programme for our younger children.
- Pleasley Vale – I can do it!
- Change 4 life programme to develop healthy lifestyle choices.
- Sharing of good practice through regular PLT/Headteacher meetings at cluster and sports partnership level.
- Sports Crew programme.
- Play Maker programme (Young Sports Leaders).
Allocation of Sports Premium Funding.
|PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator||School Focus/ planned Impact on pupils||Actions to Achieve||Planned Funding||Evidence||Actual Impact (following Review) on pupils|
|1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles||Pupils make links between mental health wellbeing and physical activity/sports.|
All pupils lead active and healthy lifestyles
|Introduce the Daily Mile in replacement of the Golden Mile.|
Change4 life wake and shake activities at breakfast club.
Play Maker – Energy Club
|£100||Record of participation, mile logger.|
|2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement||Pupils learning maths is improved through an active and healthy lifestyle approach.|
Improved parental involvement in Active and healthy lifestyles through MOTD homework activities.
Website proactively showcases School Sport
|Purchase Maths of the Day PE resource|
Website – Sports Club Links, Intra and inter school competition updates
|£300||Raised attainment in Maths across the school, especially in boys.|
Parent feedback about MOTD through sports & activity questionnaires created by SSOC.
|3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport||CPD for all staff delivering PE through team teaching with a Specialist Sports Leader.||£110 per week x 39 weeks per year = £4290||£4290||Observation and feedback from Sports Specialist|
|4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils||Develop wider opportunities for pupils to try new sports.||Scooter days to complement the existing Balance Bike lunchtime Club|
Goal Ball as an Intra- school competition at lunchtime (in addition to Boccia which is already established)
Pleasley Vale – I can do it!
Playground Boards showing the physical activities offered, daily.
|Pupil responses to questionnaire created by SSOC.|
Register of participation.
|5. increased participation in competitive sport||Greater participation in Bolsover Sports Cluster and District competition.|
Greater pupil participation in SEND sports opportunities.
|Affiliation to BSSP|
Affiliation to Bolsover Cluster PLT
Physical Education Mission Statement…
Physical Education is a high priority curriculum area of study at Brockley Primary School. All lessons are based on the fundamentals (ABC’s) of movement for the long term athletic developments of all pupils. The ‘I can do it’ theme is referred to throughout all lessons to help pupils progress, improve their well-being and increase confidence.
Attention to the whole child’s development is also promoted in lessons to engage them to think healthy, develop their physical ability and improve their social aspects both for today and their future.
To improve teacher delivery of high quality Physical Education, school has employed a specialist PE Consultant, whose input of CPD has been employed for each term for one afternoon a week across the academic year. Teachers work with their class alongside the specialist – observing, team teaching, sharing good practice which in turn leads to the delivery of sessions that are observed by the specialist and amendments shared leading to improved outcomes for pupils in future sessions.
The Physical Education curriculum includes at Brockley Primary School includes:
The delivery of the Physical Education curriculum is clearly mapped across the academic year. Lessons are fully inclusive, active and fun where all pupils make good progress and build self-confidence via the ‘I can do it’ theme.
Brockley Primary School is an active member of the Bolsover Primary Sports Association. This provides a calendar of competition and festivals along with the other 9 local schools.
Brockley Primary School is also a member of the Bolsover District School Sports Partnership; this offers an extension to competition opportunities and a variety of other teaching, learning and professional development prospects.
Physical Education is an integral and popular area of the curriculum for all pupils throughout the school day. It is viewed by the Brockley Community as essential for their future health and well-being.