Lauderdale Drive
Guisborough
Cleveland
TS14 7BS

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www.belmont-primary.org.uk

Sports Premium

Sports Premium

Planned Expenditure and Impact 2017 – 2018

The government continues to fund schools with an additional sum of money ring fenced to be spent on the provision of sporting provision within schools. There is autonomy for establishments to spend this in the manner in which they best see fit. At Belmont Primary, we receive £10,818.

 

2017 – 2018 Planned Expenditure

AREAS IDENTIFIED HOW FUNDING WILL BE SPENT TO ADDRESS THESE AREAS EXPECTED IMPACT COST
To upskill HLTAs who cover PE lessons for staff during PPA.

To offer more specialist PE teaching to children within the school.

Employ an external sports coach to work with identified classes to provide high quality PE. HLTAs will accompany the coach to oversee the lessons and gain training during these sessions. Children to increase their own skills levels across a range of sporting activities which will enable them to participate at a higher level. HLTA delivery of PE to be of a high standard. This will also provide sustainability for high quality  PE provision £6,800
Increase participation in sporting competitions and festivals accessible to all children. Continue membership of the Cleveland School Sports Partnership which in turn offers a range of sporting competitions and festivals.

 

Contribute to transport to and from such activities in order that this does not prohibit participation.

The skills level of children continues to develop by allowing them to apply those which have been taught into a competitive context. £2198 for membership of the Cleveland School Sports Partnership;

 

 

 

£650 for coach transport to and from festivals.

To empower children with the confidence and skills required to help facilitate lunchtime activities for others within the school. Specialist sports coach to be employed to work at lunchtime to train children in Year 5 as ‘Sports Leaders’. Once upskilled, they can deliver activities to some of the younger children.

 

Children engaged in lunchtime activities; those qualified as leaders to develop their own skills through offering instruction. £1100
To encourage more children to participate in sporting activity. Non-competitive sports / activities club to be held on a weekly basis after school facilitated by a teacher / teaching assistant. This to include ‘Change for Life’ club. Increased number of children undertaking sporting activities. £120

 

The Cleveland School Sports Partnership

Based at Laurence Jackson Secondary School, this partnership serves to organise a range of sporting activities across the local schools which engages children from Year One up to Year Six within the primary schools. Throughout the year, a number of festivals and competitions are held to engage all children. Our ‘uptake’ of such events is very positive:

 

IMPACT OF SPORTS PREMIUM FUNDING

EVENTS ATTENDED 2016 2017

Non Competitive Festivals

DATE EVENT YEAR GROUP NUMBER OF BELMONT CHILDREN INVOLVED
October 2016 Sports Hall Athletics Y4 40
November 2016 Sports Hall Athletics Y5 (one class only) 30
February 2017 Fundamental Skills Y1 44
March 2017 Tennis Skills Y2 (one class only) 30

 

Competitions

DATE EVENT YEAR GROUP NUMBER OF BELMONT CHILDREN INVOLVED
October 2016 Tag Rugby Y5 / 6 27
November 2016 Six a side football Y5 / 6 9
December 2016 Netball Y5 / 6 18
February 2017 Swimming gala Y5 / 6 15
February 2017 Cross Country KS2 48
March 2017 Cross Country Finals KS2 12
March 2017 Hockey Y5 / 6 12
May 2017 Tennis Y3 8
May 2017 Athletics KS2 180
May 2017 Athletics finals KS2 45

Further to these, there are additional competitions which children can qualify for through their results and achievements. For example, a number of children qualified for ‘next rounds’ in cross country, swimming and athletics.

 


 

Planned Expenditure and Impact 2016 – 2017

The government continues to fund schools with an additional sum of money ring fenced to be spent on the provision of sporting provision within schools. There is autonomy for establishments to spend this in the manner in which they best see fit. At Belmont Primary, we have decided to allocate the money to the following areas:

2016 – 2017 Planned Expenditure

AREAS IDENTIFIED HOW FUNDING WILL BE SPENT TO ADDRESS THESE AREAS EXPECTED IMPACT
To offer more specialist PE teaching to children within the school. Employ an external sports coach to work with identified classes to provide high quality PE. Children to increase their own skills levels across a range of sporting activities which will enable them to participate at a higher level.
Increase participation in sporting competitions and festivals accessible to all children. Continue membership of the Cleveland School Sports Partnership which in turn offers a range of sporting competitions and festivals.

 

Contribute to transport to and from such activities in order that this does not prohibit participation.

The skills level of children continues to develop by allowing them to apply those which have been taught into a competitive context.
To empower children with the confidence and skills required to help facilitate lunchtime activities for others within the school. Specialist sports coach to be employed to work at lunchtime to train children in Year 5 as ‘Sports Leaders’. Once upskilled, they can deliver activities to some of the younger children. Children engaged in lunchtime activities; those qualified as leaders to develop their own skills through offering instruction.
To increase the uptake of extracurricular activity by children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Where sports clubs are offered, school to subsidise the cost of participation through the use of the sports premium grant. Greater number of PPG children involved in after school sports clubs.
To encourage more children to participate in sporting activity. Non-competitive sports / activities club to be held on a weekly basis after school facilitated by a teacher / teaching assistant.

 

Increased number of children undertaking sporting activities.
To provide all children the opportunity to learn to swim. Children in years one, two and three attend swimming lessons on a ‘rotational basis’. The majority of children are able to swim unaided.

 

The Cleveland School Sports Partnership

Based at Laurence Jackson Secondary School, this partnership serves to organise a range of sporting activities across the local schools which engages children from Year One up to Year Six within the primary schools. Throughout the year, a number of festivals and competitions are held to engage all children. Our ‘uptake’ of such events is very positive:

 

EVENTS ATTENDED 2015 2016

Non Competitive Festivals

DATE EVENT YEAR GROUP NUMBER OF BELMONT CHILDREN INVOLVED
October 2015 Indoor Athletics 4 45
November 2015 Tri Golf 5 45
February 2016 Fundamental Skills 1 45
March 2016 Skills, Agility and Quickness (SAQ) Multiskills 2 45
May 2016 Skipping 3 45

 

Competitions

DATE EVENT YEAR GROUP
October 2015 Tag Rugby 5/6
November 2015 Sports Hall Athletics 5/6
February 2016 Cross Country Running 5/6
February 2016 Swimming Gala 6
March 2016 Hockey 5/6
May 2016 Tennis 3
May 2016 Outdoor Athletics 5/6
May 2016 Kwik Cricket 5/6

Further to these, there are additional competitions which children can qualify for through their results and achievements. For example, a number of children qualified for ‘next rounds’ in cross country, swimming and athletics.

This year, the school has been accredited with the Sainsbury’s School Games Bronze Award.

 

Each school is provided with a Sports Premium Grant. To find out how we use it and its impact click the following link:

Sports Premium 2014-2015