Sports Premium Statement 2016

Sport Premium Statement – Blackwell Primary

The sport premium is an allocation of additional funding from the Department for Education, given to every school with primary age children to support the development of Physical Education, School Sport and Competition. This money is ring-fenced and is due to be provided until 2020.

All schools are required to report on the amount of funding received and how this is being used, as well as the impact this is having on pupils.

For 2015-2016 Blackwell Primary School is due an allocation of £9,040

For 2015-2016 this money will be used as follows:

Mid Sussex Active Membership; our local School Sports Partnership that provide a wide and varied service.                                      COST £4300     IMPACT EVIDENCE

This includes:

  • Organising competitions and festivals including opportunities for children from year 1- 6 – see ‘Increased Competition’ for further details
  • Providing a programme of Professional Development for members of our staff that need support as well as for local coaches that work within our area and our school.
  • Providing specialist advice and support from our local secondary school.
  • Support for developing young sports leaders within our school which allows us to introduce and extend competitive opportunities in our own school.
  • Training and deploying Sports Leaders from our local secondary school that both enhance the activities we send students to, as well as providing activities within our school to a wide range of children.
  • See for further information and reports about events/training/calendar etc…
  • Youth Sport Trust Membership

See the CPD box below for the courses attended this year.

  • Increased range of opportunities
  • Increased pupil participation in competitive activities
  • Improved pupil attitudes to PE
  • Increased pupil awareness of opportunities available in the community
  • Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links to the 2012 Games Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic Values
  • Increased staff knowledge and understanding
  • More sustainable workforce
  • Enhanced quality of provision
  • The sharing of best practice
  • Positive impact on middle leadership
  • Improved standards
  • MSA partners report
  • CPD records
  • Schools data collection / registers
  • School Games data
  • Sainsbury’s School Games Award
  • See ‘Increased Competition’ for further details
  • Received change 4 Life training, BM and LL attended with 18 pupils.
Activate EG Project       COST   £2,000 IMPACT EVIDENCE
Payment to join Activate; an organisation that provides high quality sports coaching to children in primary schools using links with local East Grinstead Sports Clubs. This includes coaches in netball, football, dance, gymnastics, sports hall athletics, cross country, multi skills, hockey, rugby, tennis, cricket and tri golf.
  • Improved positive attitudes to health/well-being & PESS
  • Increased pupil awareness of opportunities available in the community
  • Ensuring strong, sustainable, effective links to the 2012 Games Legacy and Olympic and Paralympic Values
  • Increased sport specific knowledge in staff
  • Increased OSH clubs offered.
  • Activate plan
  • Autumn Term, curriculum time Gym coach for whole of Year 2. Feedback from pupils and staff was very positive. (44 Pupils for 12 weeks)
  • KS 1 after school gym club in autumn term (12 pupils) and spring term (20 pupils). Summer term offer for year 3, places for up to 16 pupils.
  • Curriculum time Hockey Coach for Years 5 and 6 for first half of Spring Term. 50 Pupils x 5 weeks
  • Curriculum time Tag Rugby Coach for second half of spring term for Years 5 and 6. 50 Pupils x 5 weeks
  • Curriculum time Tennis coach for summer term – 60 pupils x 12 weeks.
  • After school Netball Club for summer term year 5 and 6 up 16 places.
  • Curriculum time Squash coaching for years 6,5,4 involving 78 pupils.
CPD Supply                     COST £1,120 IMPACT EVIDENCE
  • PE Leaders Meetings   (0.5 day Supply Teacher) £70
  • PE Subject Leaders ‘B and C’ (2 day Supply Teacher)  £280
  • West Sussex PE conference (1 day Supply Teacher) £140
  • NQT PE Course Gym, Dance, Games modules (OS 3 x day’s supply) £420
  • Physical Literacy Course  (KC 1 day supply) £140

8 Day’s Supply @ £pd = £1,120

  • Subject Leaders network at cluster PE Meetings, plan future events and reflect on past events.
  • Subject Leaders develop knowledge on delivery of O/S PE lessons that can be passed onto staff.
  • Keep up to date with new initiatives and strategies in PE.
  • More confident and competent staff
  • Enhanced quality of teaching and learning
  • Increased knowledge and confidence in delivery of OS PE lessons in dance, gym, games, and physical literacy. See Y4 and YR in planning.
  • Increased pupils attending competitions - See ‘Increased Competition’ for further details
  • Subject leader increased knowledge in OAA, Quick Sticks hockey, PE in the classroom and planning for RIO 2016 and is shared with staff.
  • SL developed observation techniques and mentoring skills to support other staff
Resources                     COST £364.00 IMPACT EVIDENCE

Replaced coloured bands for groupings in PE lessons. £24

Imoves Dance Resource £283.50  (a year for 3 years)

Sports Day Stickers /medals  £56.50

  • Staff can easily and quickly organise children into groups in PE lessons.
  • More confident and competent staff in dance teaching.
  • Music accessible for dance teaching
  • Enhanced quality of teaching and learning
  • Motivate pupils, reward achivement
  • Detailed in weekly planning.
  • Feedback from staff
  • Progress seen in PE assessments
  • Pupil conversations

More OSH Opportunities     

                                       COST £400


Launch and run ‘Team Training’ football club for year 5 and 6 to prepare children for matches. £25 per hour for 16 weeks £400

7 x sessions - Autumn term

9 sessions - Spring term

Gymnastics Club

  • KS2 Pupils are physically active for longer in the week.
  • Working parents find OSH clubs useful for childcare.
  • Increased participation in after-school clubs and competitions
  • Children learn to play as a team and take part in competitions.
  • Registers of attendance.
  • 16 children have taken part in football club.
  • 15 children taken part in matches
  • Up to 20 children able to attend club
Increased Competition    COST £880 IMPACT EVIDENCE

Children need to be accompanied to fixtures and festivals, this requires us to cover costs of covering the member of staff taking them. This year this has included:

East Grinstead School Cross Country Race (2 Hours TA Rate)

East Grinstead Schools Swimming Gala (2 Hours TA Rate)

Netball matches (TA 8 hours)

Football matches (TA 8 hours)

Sportshall Athletics Competition (TA 2 hours)

Key Steps Gym Competition (3 hours TA cover)

Netball Festival Y3/4 (whole class no cover required)

Dance Festival @ Sackville (Day’s Pay for Dance Teacher and TA – 7 hours)

Tag Rugby Festival (no cover class teaching taking)

Girls Football Tournament (3 hours TA cover)

Tennis Tournament Year3/4 (3 hours TA cover)

Kwick Cricket Tournament (7 hours TA cover)

TRI Golf festival (3 hours  TA cover)

Quadkids Competition (2 hours TA)

Stoolball Festival (7 hours  TA cover)

Area Sports Day (3 hours  TA cover)

School Olympics, London 2012 Legacy Event. (1 day supply cover)

Boccia – TA 3 hours

Squash Festival/Tournament: TA 4 hours

Pop Lacross Festival (3 hours TA cover)

67 Hours TA Cover @ £8 per hour = £536

1 Day’s Supply Teacher = £150

1 Day Dance Teacher = £100

  • Increased numbers of children from KS2 have taken part in inter-school competition.
  • Children have opportunities to take part in a wide range of sporting competition.
  • If children have a positive experience at these competitions they are more likely to want to join a community club and continue into their teenage years and adulthood.
  • Children are engaged on physical activity, rather than being sedentary.
  • Children learn to accept the outcomes of competition.
  • Children to learn to perform under pressure.
  • Children learn to prepare and practice for competition.
  • Achieved Sainsbury’s School Games Gold, through meeting club, competition and leadership criteria
  • Clubs and Competition Tracker, tracks how many children attend clubs and take part in competitions.
  • Sports reports/photos on school  website, display boards and newsletters
  • Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Award
  • Approx number of participants in each event:

Cross Country Race - 13

Swimming Gala - 6

Netball matches - 19

Football matches - 15

Sportshall Athletics   -15

Key Steps Gym Competition - 8

Netball Festival - 30

Dance Festival - 15

Tag Rugby Festival - 17

Girls Football Tournament - 9

Tennis Tournament Year3/4 - 8

Kwick Cricket Tournament  - 10

TRI Golf festival - 12

Quadkids Competition - 8

Stoolball Festival - 12

Area Sports Day - 18

School Olympics – 16

Boccia – 8

Squash Coaching/Tournament -78

Squash Festival – 32

Other                                                    £70    
Competition and Festival Participation More children taking part in competitions and leadership roles

Level 1 competitions: 100% of pupils in KS2 have taken part in a Level 1 competition (excluding sports day).

Level 2 competitions: Year 6 -100%, Year 5 - 56%, Year 4 - 97%.

Leadership – 100% of year 5 and 6 taken on leadership roles.

(These figures are correct at time of publishing but will increase during the summer term)

Letters, reports and tracker

Extra-curricular participation More children taking part in extra-curricular clubs

Year 6 – 83 %

Year 5 – 69%

Year 4 – 45%*

Year 3 – 39%*

Year 2 – 86%

Year 1 – 82.5%

(These figures are correct at time of publishing but will increase during the summer term)

Registers and tracker

Celebrating and sharing achievements

Children write own match reports for newsletters and website.

Children are presented certificates in celebration assemblies and boosts self-esteem

Reports on the school website and in newsletters.
Achieved Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Award (improved from Bronze Award last year)

Increased participation in intra and inter-school competitions. More young leaders. More extra-curricular participation.

Sports day for all pupils to take part in.

Certificate of achievement displayed in school foyer.

Sports Day photos and report in newsletter

Mid Sussex School Sports Partnership Awards Blackwell were awarded two awards last year for taking part in most competitions of schools in EG and for developing young leaders in school.

Competitive Edge Award

Leading the way Award.

Displayed in school foyer.

Big Lottery Grant Set up of lunchtime sports club for Year 1 and 2 to encourage active play and develop young leaders.

Approx 50 pupils from Year 1/2 take part each week – see register.

Young leaders developed in years 5 and 6 approx 45 pupils.

30 Pupils completed Sports Leaders Play Makers Award and achieved Bronze Award.

Sport Relief Mile

(£70 for subject leader)

Over 300 pupils, staff and parent volunteers ran a mile for charity, raising approx £260 Report and photos in newsletter.
Total: £9040.00