|Nature of Expenditure 2015/16
|Affiliation to Blackburn Schools' Sports Association
|Access to competition SLA through BPSSA
|Sports Equipment: refurbishment of equipment, futsall balls
|Sports Coach (Mr P. Eastwood)
Curriculum Focus of Sports Grant Expenditure 2015-16
The school has focused on the following areas:
- Continue to work on Multi-skills and fitness of reception and Key Stage One pupils
- Pupil participation in competitive sport with our disabled pupils and Key Stage One pupils
- Participation in a wide range of iinter schools competitive sport across the age range
- Increase to two days a week Sports coach to deliver coaching and support teaching
- Sports Coach to promote and support activities in the new Sports/Games space provided by Sport England
Sports Grant Expenditure 2015-16 Success Criteria
This is to be measured by:
- Maintain after school clubs/ lunch time clubs linked to competitions
- Increase in KS1 competition and extra-curricular trials for infant pupils
- Maintain participation in SEN Football Tournament, BOCCIA and SEN paralympics
- School’s contribution to BPSSA ensures access to competitions across the age range
- Active participation in inter-school competitions at all key stages
- Positive play impact of new Sports Cage– provided by Sport England
- Improved teaching of sport by class teachers
- Sports Day which includes competitive element with participation of all regardless of ability
Impact of Sports Grant Expenditure 2015-16
Sports Grant was monitored on termly basis by the PE Subject leader, governor responsible for sport and PE and the headteacher. The following impact was measured:
- Mr Eastwood worked with the foundation stage and key stage one pupils on levels of fitness, physical development and multi-skills. 94% of pupils were are at expected or exceeding in physical development on the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile.
- There was an increase in participation in KS1 in competitive sport within school and also in inter-school competitions. There was a 50% increase in the number of children accessing extra-curricular sport activities.
- Our hearing impaired pupils participated in a number inter-school events, both as para-athletes and with abled bodied children.
- There was an increase in the number of competitive sports that the school competed in and this included the ‘sport for all’ B anc C team events at all key stages.
- Increase in number of teachers running clubs to promote competitive sport and physical activity
- Sports cage has given pupils increased opportunities to take part in sport at lunch time
- Sports coach offers support to class teachers increasing knowledge and confidence
- The school was awarded the Sainsbury Gold Award for 2015-16 (this is the third successive year for this award)
Download the Sports Premium report for 2015-16 to read of our participation in competitive inter-school sport and our successes.