Berrymede Junior School 2018-19 Sport Premium Termly Breakdown £19,240-(£1,740 left to allocate TBC summer term)

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

Featherstone SSP School Games support – £2,000

Terms 1-3

  • Deliver 17 School Games Competitions with pathways to Level 3 of the School Games
  • Deliver 4 Year 3/4 Change 4 Life Festivals
  • Deliver 4 Year 1/2 Multi Skills Festivals
  • Co-ordinate and manage the workplan of the three primary School Games Hubsites
  • 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.

Impact

  • All 340 children will have access to a competition frame and level two competition
  • Potential to attend level 3 competition
  • 6 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.

Tai Chi lesson break videos – £1,500

Term 1

  • Videos to be made and designed
  • 2-3 videos depending on complexity
  • Berrymede children to be used in the video if consent given
  • School will support with filming
  • Inset for whole school staff on nasal breathing and how it can affect pupils and staff.

Term 2

  • Videos to be trialled across the school and edited
  • Adjustments made if necessary
  • Staff confident to deliver the sessions due to inset

Term 3

  • Final version of videos to be rolled out across the whole school
  • This will aid with the 30 minutes a day of exercise the school is responsible for
  • It will also act as a calming and refocusing activity for children to help them learn better.

Impact

  • This will be rolled for all children in the school
  • It will impact on children’s activity levels
  • It will give children an opportunity to focus on calm and mindfulness in a different way.
  • This will be sustainable as we are creating a resource to keep.
  • Potential to share with other schools
  • Children survey to measure enjoyment

Tai chi whole school performance – £1,500

Term 1

  • Video to be made and designed
  • 1 video of between 1-2 minutes
  • Berrymede children to be used in the video if consent given
  • School will support with filming

Term 2

  • Children to practice the tai chi routine as part of their 30 minutes exercise a day
  • Tai chi instructor to support with initial delivery.

Term 3

  • Whole school performance during national school sports week.
  • Children to be in lines and performing in time

Impact

  • School will have a resource to keep that the whole school can use in their 30 minute daily sessions

Tai Chi club and competition – £2,000

Term 1

  • Trials for y4,5,6 to select a squad ready for tournaments.
  • Session for children with OT to be run 12.30-1.15
  • Members of staff to attend sessions for CPD

Term 2

  • Squad session to get children ready for competitions both between local schools and nationally
  • Session for children with OT to be run 12.30-1.15
  • Members of staff to attend sessions for CPD

Term 3

  • Squad session to get children ready for competitions both between local schools and nationally
  • Session for children with OT to be run 12.30-1.15
  • Members of staff to attend sessions for CPD
  • Attend national Tai Chi competition.

Impact

  • Participation levels increased in clubs
  • 280 children have opportunities to try activities they wouldn’t normally
  • Established links with community groups
  • Targeted groups will have had interventions
  • A broader enriching range of sport offered at Berrymede
  • 2/3 members of staff attending session for CPD

Dance – £1,500 – Dance video £15,00- Whole school auditions/MAGT performance squad

Term 1

  • Dance audition to take place for all year groups and a street dance squad to be formed.
  • Whole school dance video to be produced ready for the summer whole school performance in the summer
  • LAP dance support group run.
  • Contemporary dance club after school follow on from last year’s funding monitored.

Term 2

  • Dance squad to be entered in local and national competitions
  • Children to be monitored with dance target system
  • Monitoring of Saturday and Wednesday clubs
  • Dance video for the summer to be rolled out whole school so children can practice

Term 3

  • Dance squad to be entered in local and national competitions
  • Children to be monitored with dance target system
  • Monitoring of Saturday and Wednesday clubs
  • Children to p[practice the dance video for the summer event
  • Whole school practice of dance routine.
  • Performance of whole school dance routine

Impact

  • Participation levels maintained for club attendance
  • More children have opportunities to try activities they wouldn’t normally try.
  • Establishing links with community groups
  • Groups will be able to be targeted and monitored
  • A broader enriching range of sporting activity offered at Berrymede

Westway partnership – £2,000

Term 1

  • Westway to provide CPD for school staff to keep them up to date with climbing safety procedures
  • Prep for Wales trip
  • Children to attend 1 hour a week climbing sessions at Westway

Term 2

  • Children to enter the local bouldering league and the National Youth climbing series if of the correct standard.
  • NIBAS training for PE lead and selected staff.
  • Prep for wales trip
  • Westway to provide CPD for school staff to keep them up to date with climbing safety procedures
  • Children to attend 1 hour a week climbing sessions at Westway

Term 3

  • Wales trip to take place.
  • NIBAS implementation for clubs or curriculum
  • Westway to provide CPD for school staff to keep them up to date with climbing safety procedures
  • Children to attend 1 hour a week climbing sessions at Westway

Impact

  • School play and lunchtime activity will be maintained.
  • Access to the PE curriculum and other areas for children at break and lunch times.
  • A broader more rich curriculum
  • Staff up to date with procedures and confident using the bouldering wall.

Orienteering and Map making – £2,000

Term 1

  • Research-into a company to carry out the map making and route making on the school grounds
  • Grounds to be mapped

Term 2

  • Inset for all staff on using the new resources
  • PE leads to meet the trainer and discuss implementation for whole school participation
  • Examine the competition pathways to national and international events.

Term 3

  • Maps and routes to be made and implemented into the PE/Geography curriculum.
  • Each class has OAA in the summer term so will be able to use the new resources
  • Take part in world orienteering day using the new resources. (may 15th-21st)
  • Staff to be observed using the new resources and measured for impact and ease of use.
  • Competition set up for National school Sports Week to link into

Impact

  • All children (340)to have more developed and engaging curriculum
  • 16 members of Staff to receive training/development
  • Resources that will be able to be used for the upcoming years
  • Resources that will include children of all abilities
  • Competition pathway established potentially up to international level.

Arrampica support £2,000

Term 1

  • Visit to help establish NIBAS paperwork and ABC climbing walls registration
  • Paper work to be sent off
  • NIBAS induction organised with Westway
  • Plan of Action report to be produced for the rest of the year.
  • Discussion around a schools climbing quality mark and how Berrymede can assist and help set up
  • Staff CPD on site specific roped assessment.

Term 2

  • Walls to be inspected and secured where needed?
  • Advice given on who to use and standards

Term 3

  • Coaching session for two staff to prepare for the CWI test in June.
  • Two staff to take the CWI national instructors test
  • Two staff member to have site specific test for bouldering and roped climbing
  • Observation of maths lesson wall to see cross curricular use

Impact

  • All children will have an up to date maintained safe wall to use.
  • Staff will be up to date with new guidelines
  • 4/5 staff trained up for new skills to supervise the wall.
  • Potential links to other schools through Berrymede model of how to engage children in climbing

Route setting and new holds £1,500

Term 1

  • New hold to be purchased to refurbish the traverse wall and indoor bouldering wall.
  • 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

Term 2

  • Routes changed in the February half term

Term 3

  • Routes changed in the summer holidays

Impact

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

Swimming

In year 6 currently we have 17% of children able to swim 25m competently in a range of strokes. This figure will be re-evaluated in the summer term when a catch up program is run for those children who have not yet met the standard. Through the swimming curriculum the children also learn lifesaving skills such as treading water and self-rescue.