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Sports Grant

At Northlands we aim to instil a passion

and love of sport for life.

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Meet some of our House and Vice Captains for 2017/18

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Clubs timetable for Autumn 2

 

Before School

8:00 – 8:40

Lunch

12.15 – 12:45 –KS1

12:45 – 1:15 – KS2

After School

3:30-4:30

Monday

 

Cricket

 

Tuesday

 

Lunchtime games

 

 

 

Wednesday

Hot Shots

Lunchtime games

 

Hockey

 

Thursday

Netball

Football

 

Archery

 

Friday

Football

 

Lunchtime games

 

 

Number of Pupils and School Sports Grant Received

Total number of pupils on roll

252

Total number of pupils eligible for sports grant

202

Lump sum

£16000 (additional funding in September)

Amount of grant received per pupil aged 5+

£10.00

Total amount of Sports Grant received

£18,020

Aims for Sports Grant Spending April 17/18

  • To develop sporting competitions during lunchtimes
  • To increase participation in extracurricular activities
  • To promote healthy eating through ‘change for life’ discussions within learning opportunities. As well as lunchtime staff and breakfast club, promoting healthy eating.
  • To build upon the fundamental skills to strengthen children’s physical development
  • To increase extra-curricular activities for KS1
  • To develop community links – building school sports teams in order to promote our school vision and ethos: One Community- Many Cultures- Achieving Together.
  • To provide additional breakfast clubs.

Number of Pupils and School Sports Grant Received

Total number of pupils on roll

255

Total number of pupils eligible for sports grant

204

Lump sum

£8000

Amount of grant received per pupil aged 5+

£5.00

Amount received per pupil aged 5+ without Bulge – (April 16 – April 17)

£905

Bulge additional (29 pupils from Sept 16- April 17)

£ 145

Total amount of Sports Grant received

£9050

Aims for Sports Grant Spending April 16/17

  • To sustain the quality of PE teaching within the School
  • To develop the uptake of Pupil Premium children involved in sporting activities
  • To develop community links – building school sports teams in order to promote our school vision and ethos: One Community- Many Cultures- Achieving Together.
  • To develop the fundamental skills and teach them directive to support team games
  • To develop sporting activities during lunchtimes
  • To promote healthy eating through ‘change for life’ discussions within learning opportunities. As well as lunchtime staff and breakfast club, promoting healthy eating.

Provision

Aim

Cost

Impact

Premier Sports Partnerships.

Coaches working in school each week

Increase participation in sporting activities by increasing number of opportunities provided within a lunchtime club and afterschool club.

To develop teachers skills, providing team teaching sessions to develop professional understanding and teaching techniques.

£1701

 

(April 2016 –July 2016- 4/11 of £4680)

 

 

£3,403

(Sept 2016 – April 2017- 8/11 of £4680)

 

 

We have won a range of cups including coming 1st, 2nd and 3rd within competitions organised by Premier Sport.

Children are more competitive within sporting activities.

Attendance of lunchtime clubs and afterschool clubs have increased by 50%.

Harris – School Sports Partnership.

Brought into School Sports Partnership to provide CPD opportunities for staff and build up a sporting network.

£940

(April 2016 –July 2016- 4/11 of £2585)

£1645

(Sept 2016 –April 2017- 8/11 of £2585)

Trophy- sports player of the year. Training has been provided to JS to keep up-to-date with processes and try out new PE opps.

Competitions provided to develop our children’s confidence within taking part in activities.

 

 

FDA

To develop sports teams within our school including KS2 football team. Also to develop teaching of PE with staff CPD

£576

 

(£360

+ afterschool club £216 Chn to pay £1.50 – accommodated £180 difference)

Basic skills taught, team games are to be set playing against local schools, providing an element of competition to PP children in particular. Development of the basic skills within KS1 is improving as direct skills taught. Training provided to up skill NQT weekly- as a result of experience.

Abc

To develop level of sporting activities during lunchtimes – in order to develop Pupil premium participation.

£965

Higher profile of sports at lunchtime.

“We have more sports at lunchtime, it’s great” Quote 31.1.17

Reduced behaviour incidents over the lunchtime period. Heighten the profile of leading games by increasing pupil participation as well as play leaders.

50% reduction in ABC incidents recorded within the first half term of beginning programme.

Pupil survey indicates:

KS2 - 67.75% (95children) agree lunchtime supervisors are fair and helpful, whilst only 15 pupils (10.75%) disagree. 30 pupils were unsure.

KS1 – 60% agree, 25% unsure and 15% disagree.

EYs- 100% agree.

In spring 2- a reduction of ABC seen during lunchtimes ranging from 27-29 in Autumn term- to 14 and then 4 within Spring term.

Play leaders have been set up in regards to an interview process and training packs given so that they now lead KS1 games effectively.

MDS more aware of impact they have in terms of keeping children occupied.

Taster sessions provided from outside agencies including:

  • Wasps Netball
  • Rugby Lawn Tennis club
  • FDS football association
  • Fencing

 

Increase participation in sporting activities by increasing number of opportunities provided outside of school as well as afterschool clubs.

Free

Children being signed up to outside of school activities beginning to see an increase in sports participation and interest from pupils- promoting healthier lifestyles and changing some children’s mind-set on sporting activities.

“ I hated PE in year 5 but now I have had an opportunity to taste other sports I really enjoy it,” Y6 PP G.

 

Sports Kits

To provide children with a suitable kit for competitive games.

Free

Sainsbury’s School vouchers

 

 

£9230

-180

Negative difference made up through children paying £1.50 towards netball after school club.

Number of Pupils and School Sports Grant Received

Total number of pupils on roll

216

Total number of pupils eligible for sports grant

158

Lump sum per Primary pupil

8000

Amount of grant received per pupil aged 5+

5.00

Total amount of Sports Grant received

8790

Aims for Sports Grant Spending 2016/17

  • To sustain and monitor the quality of PE teaching within the School
  • To enhance the number of opportunities for pupils to take part in a wide variety of sports, skills and competitions.
  • To develop the uptake of Pupil Premium children involved in sport.
  • To increase and monitor participation in sports (afterschool clubs)
  • Encourage children to lead a more active lifestyle (additional lunchtime resources)
  • To raise awareness of healthy living and the importance of living an active lifestyle.
  • To develop community links and sporting partnerships.

Provision

Aim

Cost

Impact

Subscription to School Sports Partnership (SSP)

To allow more children to take part in competitive sports.

£1695

We have won a range of cups including coming 1st, 2nd and 3rd within competitions organised by Premier Sport.

Children are more competitive within sporting activities.

Premier Sports Partnerships.

Coaches working in school each week

Increase participation in sporting activities by increasing number of opportunities provided within a lunchtime club and afterschool club.

To develop teachers skills, providing team teaching sessions to develop professional understanding and teaching techniques.

£4,680

Sporting activity has increased with numbers rising within afterschool clubs and lunchtime clubs. 50% increase in attendance afterschool clubs.

Teachers becoming up skilled, teaching a series of lessons, including establishing routines of basic, warm up, skills, cool down.

Provide additional afterschool/ lunchtime sports clubs

To offer a greater range of afterschool clubs and activities to increase numbers of participation. To increase numbers of Pupil Premium children attending afterschool clubs.

£1,355

50% increase attendance after school clubs.

PE CPD

Staff training course to develop quality teaching of PE

£150

Improved confidence and consistent delivery of curriculum.

Transport and Mini bus loan

To facilitate attendance of sporting competitions and events.

£1000

This has allowed us to attend more competitions as we have the transport in order to get children where they need to be.

For the FULL Sports Premium Impact Report for 2014-15 click below:

Number of Pupils and School Sports Grant Received 2015-16

Total  number of pupils on roll

216

Total number of pupils eligible for sports grant

158

Lump sum per primary pupil

£8,000

Amount of grant received per pupil aged 5+

£5.00

Total amount of Sports Grant received

£8,790

Aims for Sports Grant Spending 2015/2016

  • To sustain and monitor the quality of PE teaching within school.
  • To enhance the number of opportunities for pupils to take part in a wide variety of sports, skills and competitions.
  • To develop the uptake of Pupil Premium children involved in sport.
  • To increase and monitor participation in sports (afterschool clubs).
  • Encourage children to lead a more active lifestyle (additional Lunch time resources).
  • To raise awareness of healthy living and the importance of living an active lifestyle.
  • To develop community links and sporting partnerships.

 

Provision

Aim

Cost

Impact

 (for greater detail see impact section)

Subscription to Schools Sports Partnership (SSP)

To allow more children to take part in competitive sports.

£1,695

 

Provide additional afterschool/lunch time sports clubs

To offer a greater range of afterschool clubs and activities to increase numbers of participation. To increase numbers of Pupil Premium children attending afterschool clubs.

£1,330

 

Premier Sports Partnership.

Coaches working in school each week.

Increase participation in sporting activities by increasing the number of sports and opportunities on offer within the PE curriculum.

To up-skill teachers and develop competence in teaching a wider range of sporting activities.

To monitor the quality of teaching and learning.

£4,680

 

Transport + Mini Bus loan.

To facilitate attendance of sporting competitions and events.

£705

 

 

See our 2015-16 Expenditure Report below:


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