Menu

Sports Premium

Academic Year for 2018/ 19

In 2017-18 the Sports premium funding at Ben Rhydding Primary School was used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of pupils to help them develop healthy lifestyles.

Playing sport helps to keep children healthy and is good for communities. Playing sport at school or in a local club is also the first step to competition at the highest level, which helps improve our reputation as a sporting nation, and contributes to economic growth.

Much of the Sports Premium was spent on Evolve, a company who supplied the school with a specialist sport coach for two days a week to help increase active participation in sport.

Evolve submit an impact report at the end of the year to demonstrate how effectively the sports premium has been spent, this report focusses on pupil outcomes and is placed on the school website.

The funding total lump sum awarded for 2017/18 was £17,860 and was used for the following:

Evolve PE and specialist sport support and coaching – £13,499.97

3 Hours TA Time (mental health and welfare support) – £1,460.03

IGS sports leagues SUBSCRIPTION – £2,000.00

Active playtime resources – £500.00

Extra-curricular sports club and curricular resources – £400.00

Total spent – £17,860.00

 The Sports Grant Funding for 2018/19 Financial Year is £17,810

This year the school will employ a Sports Coach. The sports coach will be responsible for delivering a range of activities that utilise physical engagement and active learning to inspire pupils to adopt a more active and healthy lifestyle. This includes:

  • providing before and after school sporting clubs and activities
  • to increase participation in before and after school sporting clubs and activities
  • delivering active lunch times for all pupils
  • coaching, supporting and training to staff members to feel confident when delivering active lunchtimes.

The estimated expenditure this year’s provision is:

Sports coach/mentor (22.5 hours/week) – £13,972.00

3 Hours TA Time (mental health and welfare support) – £1,588.00

IGS Sports League subscription – £2,250.00

Total spent – £17,810.00

In assessing the impact of the Sports Premium the following key considerations are taken into account;

  • The importance of enjoyment and play for all pupils
  • The maximum participation of all pupils in a range of sporting activities
  • The development of skills and understanding by pupils
  • The balance between competitive and non-competitive activities
  • The balance between contact and non-contact activities
  • An understanding and application of rules and health and safety issues
  • An acceptance and appreciation of ‘fair play’
  • An acceptance and appreciation of their own performance as well as that of other

Swimming

At Ben Rhydding our children learn to swim in Year 5. By the end of the 2017-18 academic year 97% of the Y5 cohort (31 pupils) could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25metres.

97% of the Y5 cohort could also use a range of strokes effectively (for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke).

97% percentage of the Y5 cohort also could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Academic Year for 2017/ 18

In 2017-18 the Sports premium funding at Ben Rhydding Primary School was used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of pupils to help them develop healthy lifestyles.

Playing sport helps to keep children healthy and is good for communities. Playing sport at school or in a local club is also the first step to competition at the highest level, which helps improve our reputation as a sporting nation, and contributes to economic growth.

Much of the Sports Premium was spent on Evolve, a company who supplied the school with a specialist sport coach for two days a week to help increase active participation in sport.

Evolve submit an impact report at the end of the year to demonstrate how effectively the sports premium has been spent, this report focusses on pupil outcomes and is placed on the school website.

The funding total lump sum awarded for 2016/17 was £8935.00 and was used for the following:

Evolve PE and specialist sport support and coaching      £5850.00
IGS sports leagues      £2000.00
Active playtime resources      £500.00
Extra-curricular sports club and curricular resources      £400.00
Coordinator training      £185.00
Total     £8935.00

 

The Sports Grant Funding for 2017/18 Financial Year is £17,810

This year the school will deliver a range of activities that utilise physical engagement and active learning to inspire pupils to adopt a more active and healthy lifestyle. This includes:

  • providing before and after school sporting clubs and activities
  • to increase participation in before and after school sporting clubs and activities
  • delivering active lunch times for all pupils
  • coaching, supporting and training to staff members to feel confident when delivering active lunchtimes.

The estimated expenditure this year’s provision is:

Evolve PE and specialist sport support and coaching – £13,499.97

3 Hours TA Time (mental health and welfare support) – £1,460.03

IGS sports leagues subscription – £2,000.00

Active playtime resources – £500.00

Extra-curricular sports club and curricular resources – £400.00

Total spent – £17,860

In assessing the impact of the Sports Premium the following key considerations are taken into account;

  • The importance of enjoyment and play for all pupils
  • The maximum participation of all pupils in a range of sporting activities
  • The development of skills and understanding by pupils
  • The balance between competitive and non-competitive activities
  • The balance between contact and non-contact activities
  • An understanding and application of rules and health and safety issues
  • An acceptance and appreciation of ‘fair play’
  • An acceptance and appreciation of their own performance as well as that of other

Swimming

At Ben Rhydding our children learn to swim in Year 5. By the end of the 2016-17 academic year 100% of the Y5 cohort could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres.

100% of the Y5 cohort could also use a range of strokes effectively (for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke).

100% percentage of the Y5 cohort also could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Academic Year for 2016/ 17

The Sports premium funding at Ben Rhydding Primary School has been used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of pupils so that they develop healthy lifestyles.

Playing sport helps to keep children healthy and is good for communities. Playing sport at school or in a local club is also the first step to competition at the highest level, which helps improve our reputation as a sporting nation, and contributes to economic growth.

The funding total lump sum awarded for 2016/17 was £8,935.

The grant is used to ensure that all children have the opportunity to participate and engage in a broad range of improved sporting activities regardless of their sporting ability. In order to enable them to do this, PE activities will be delivered by well-trained confident staff supported with the quality resources needed to achieve our objectives.

Sports Participation Ben Rhydding Primary School

Ilkley Grammar School Leagues allow for 246 units of participation in the Primary League (basketball, football, swimming, handball, netball) and 180 in the astro football league (assuming 9 players for each fixture) so a total of 426 opportunities for children to compete and participate. Plus all the in school sporting activities before, at lunchtime and after school means that Ben Rhydding Primary School provides over 1,000 chances per year to take part in sporting events!

The Sports Premium was targeted to fund the following.

Evolve PE and specialist sport support and coaching      £5850.00
IGS sports leagues      £2000.00
Active playtime resources      £500.00
Extra-curricular sports club and curricular resources      £400.00
Coordinator training      £185.00
Total     £8935.00

For a detailed report on how the funding was used and the impact of this please follow the link:

Sports Premium Impact Report 2016-2017

Sports Premium Impact Report 2015-16

jump