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Berrymede 2020-21 Sport Premium

Termly Breakdown £19000+£1700 from previous year.

The whole document can be downloaded in PDF format, see Sports Premium Document

Featherstone SSP School Games support – £2800

Terms 1-3

  • Deliver  School Games Competitions with pathways to Level 3 of the School Games
  • online PE tasks set during lockdown and access to online virtual competition
  • Co-ordinate and manage the work plan of the three primary School Games Hub-sites
  • Support every school to complete the School Games Mark accreditation
  • Co-ordinate the School Games Management Group
  • Provide minutes to Primary schools from the School Games Management group meetings
  • Provide termly finance reports on spend against the School Games programme
  • Deliver 3 teacher training sessions to support schools delivery of the School Games.
  • Deliver an awards evening to celebrate the success of schools and students through the School Games.
  • Provide each school with a competition calendar.
  • Provide each school with access to Featherstone SSP website to sign up for all competitions and CPD.
  • Electronic updates sent to schools chosen PE lead teachers and Head Teachers.
  • Inform schools as soon as possible to any changes to scheduled support, competitions and CPD.
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Impact

  • All 230 children will have access to a competition frame and level two competition
  • Potential to attend level 3 competition
  • 3 CPD support days for staff.
  • School is a hub site for the SSP which means money coming back into the school
  • Good shared links with local school and shared expertise.
  • Reduced price next year due to restrictions.

Arrampica support £1500

Term 1

  • Use of Papertrail for safety checks and equipment monitoring

Term 2

  • Use of Papertrail for safety checks and equipment monitoring

Term 3

  • Refresher course for staff who are trained on the climbing wall.
  • 2 staff who are CWI trained, 1 who is onsite rope trained and 2 who are onsite bouldering trained
  • Whole school inset
  • Checking all policies are in place and that hand over of admin is completed to new wall lead teacher
  • Walls to be inspected and secured where needed?
  • Use of Papertrail for safety checks and equipment monitoring

Impact

  • All children will have an up to date maintained safe wall to use.
  • Staff will be up to date with new guidelines
  • All staff upskilled on wall use with 5 to have higher level refresher.
  • Potential links to other schools through Berrymede

Dance whole school virtual competition: £3610

Term 1

  • 7 weeks of dances lessons for each class plus home learning videos
  • Target class for specific children
  • Teachers wellbeing class
  • Video production of the routines, highlights, and social media clip
  • CPD for staff shadowing
  • Intra school competition
  • National online freestyle competition support

Term 2

    • Use of videos to learn each year group’s routine to support in class activity and daily exercise.
    • National online freestyle competition support

Term 3

  • Use of videos to learn each year group’s routine to support in class activity and daily exercise.
  • National online freestyle competition support
  • Curriculum support for the Year 6 end of year production dance piece

Impact

  • Every child has had access to high quality dance teaching
  • Every child has participated in individual and group competition
  • School sport profile has been raised by entering National competition
  • Videos to be used long term to support 30 minutes of daily exercise.

Route setting and new holds £500

Term 1

  • This will allow the children to maintain interest with regular new challenges that are available at break and lunch
  • Targeted holds for cross curricular use like numbers and letter
  • Routes changed in the February half term-Didn’t happen due to covid

Term 2

  • This will allow the children to maintain interest with regular new challenges that are available at break and lunch
  • Targeted holds for cross curricular use like numbers and letter
  • Routes changed in the February half term-Didn’t happen due to covid

Term 3

  • This will allow the children to maintain interest with regular new challenges that are available at break and lunch
  • Targeted holds for cross curricular use like numbers and letter
  • Routes changed in the summer holidays

Impact

  • Climbing wall use at break and lunch to be sustained
  • Children have more on offer at break and lunch to do
  • Every child able to experience OAA as part of the curriculum.
  • Club and competition pathways set up via graded routes

Orienteering  – £2180

Term 1

  • CPD for staff on use of the Outdoor Classroom
  • Subscription to the outdoor classroom and support over the year with any issues arising
  • 20 new plaques to increase the opportunity for routes
  • Updated the current map to include the new park development
  • Differentiated plans for years 3,4,5 and 6

Term 2

  • Subscription to the outdoor classroom and support over the year with any issues arising
  • Differentiated plans for years 3,4,5 and 6

Term 3

  • Subscription to the outdoor classroom and support over the year with any issues arising
  • Differentiated plans for years 3,4,5 and 6
  • Enrichment day for children and staff observations to oversee use of the Outdoor Classroom

Impact

  • Increase in the amount of staff being able to deliver orienteering across the school
  • More children accessing different competition
  • Cross curricular learning linked to physical fitness starting to become embedded.

National School Sports Week £1000

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

  • Giving children the opportunity to try out new sports and take part in activity each day in National School Sports Week June 21
  • Tennis for Year 3
  • Orienteering class lessons for year 3 Teacher CPD
  • Orienteering competition for year 5 classes
  • Cricket for year 3 and 4 including class teacher CPD

Impact

  • Children to have a wider experience of sports and take those experiences into the following year.  Children to then feedback for clubs the following year.

Bsporty subscription: £450

Term 1

  • Subscription for a monthly online magazine for the year.  This will encourage cross-curricular reading for children and parents.
  • Six different sporting articles, quizzes, healthy recipes and games available each month.

Term 2

  • Subscription for a monthly online magazine for the year.  This will encourage cross-curricular reading for children and parents.
  • Six different sporting articles, quizzes, healthy recipes and games available each month.

Term 3

  • Subscription for a monthly online magazine for the year.  This will encourage cross-curricular reading for children and parents.
  • Six different sporting articles, quizzes, healthy recipes and games available each month.

Impact

  • Cross curricular links with reading supported.
  • Children to be able to read and access sports they might not be able to do. Engagement of Parents in sport and health at home.
  • The schools sport has been promoted via the magazine and the profile has been raised to the subscription list across the country.

£1700 under spend from last year-Personal equipment

Term 1

  • Equipment bought for every child to ensure covid safe lessons-1 rope, 2 cones, 1 tennis ball and 1 beanbag

Term 2

  • Equipment used for covid safe lessons and sent home over Easter to work on whole school targets

Term 3

  • Equipment used for covid safe lessons and sent home over Easter to work on whole school targets

Impact

  • All children had access to their own equipment to support 30 minutes of exercise a day
  • Equipment to be recycled each year and stay with the children.

Underspend-£6960

Impact

  • Work pushed back to September-Route Setting and Climbing wall hand over.

Swimming

In year 6 currently, we have 34% of children able to swim 25m competently in a range of strokes.  .  Through the swimming curriculum, the children also learn lifesaving skills such as treading water and self-rescue.  Catch up programs will run in in September 2021due to covid-19 lockdowns.

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