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Sports Premium

Sports Premium is additional funding used to create sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.

2018-19

Sports premium allocation 2018-2019

 

2017-18

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PE and sport premium conditions of grant 2017 to 2018 : local authorities and maintained schools

Planning the Provision and Budget for the Coming Year

How Bradstow intend spending the Primary PE & Sport Premium funding this academic year.

Academic Year

2017/18

Total fund allocated:

£4083

PE &

Sport Premium

Key Outcome

Indicator

School Focus/

planned

Impact on

pupils

Actions to

Achieve

Planned

Funding

Young people increased fitness opportunities throughout the school (waking curriculum)

 

 

Identified targeted intervention for young people with identified weight gain/ physical fitness/ gross/ fine motor skills development (supported by ehcp process- sensory/ physical or health outcomes) 

Individual programmes to be designed and to create record of assessment.

Referral process to be identified to support ehcp outcomes in elation to sensory./ physical or health outcomes, also young  people who have low levels of physical fitness and/or weight gain over time

£4,083

Actual Funding

 Evidence

Actual Impact (following 

Review)on pupils

Sustainability/Next

Steps

  £4,083

Individual programme assessments.

Ehcp outcomes assessment/ reporting process

Weight charts for identified young people

OT assessments

As a result of the Sports Premium funding there has been a significant increase in young people attending and taking part in fitness activities.  There has also been an increase in attainment towards EHCP outcomes relating to health.   

To increase our offers with regards to different types of sports.  

To provide personal training plans to identified individuals.  

   Blue shaded columns will be updated at the review dates.

 

2016-17

PE and sport premium conditions of grant 2016 to 2017: local authorities and maintained schools

Bradstow School PE and Sport Premium Statement

Reflection: What have we achieved and where next?

Identification for use of the Primary PE & Sport Premium to date and the priorities for the coming year:

Key priorities to date:

Key achievements

What worked well:

Key Learning What will we change next year:

Providing Yoga in Bradstow school.

Yoga trainer visits schools and runs programmes with specific young people in school.

 

Our young people engaging in Yoga sessions and developing their motor skills.

 

Yoga sessions to continue and our young people will develop skills and confidence.

 

Providing Sherbourne sessions and developing the curriculum.

 Programmes designed to develop more independent skills around movement. 

Focus on developing individual needs and working independently as well as group social skills. 

 

Vision:

ALL pupils leaving school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
Objective: To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in school against 5 key indicators:
1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
5. increased participation in competitive sport

 

Planning the Provision and Budget for the Coming Year

How Bradstow intend spending the Primary PE & Sport Premium funding this academic year.

Academic Year

2016/2017

Total fund allocated:

£833

PE &

Sport Premium

Key Outcome

Indicator

School Focus/

planned

Impact on

pupils

Actions to

Achieve

Planned

Funding

Actual

Funding

Evidence

 

Actual Impact

(following

Review)on pupils

Sustainability/ Next

Steps

Trampoline for the young people engaging in rebound therapy and training for a selection of staff members to deliver an appropriate programme for specific needs.

 

 

To be implemented using individual lesson plans and programmes to target the keys needs of our young people.

Individual programmes to be designed and to create record of assessment.

£833

£833.00

Individual programme assessments.

There has been an increase in academic levels:

Literacy Attainment

(average +21 value added points)

Numeracy Attainment

(average +18 value added points)

To increase the number of young people in school who can access rebound therapy. 

 

Continue to plan and create individual plans to suit the needs of each young person participating.

 Blue shaded columns will be updated at the review dates.

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CT10 1BY
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