Sports Premium

PE Report – 2017/2018

Impact Form 2017-2018

This year we have received additional funding for PE from the government. We are using this money in different ways to enhance Physical Education curriculum, promote an active and healthy lifestyle and strengthen community links.

We have allocated some of the money to pay for a sports package arranged by the Stockport Schools Partnership. This allows the school to access a specialist PE teacher to support the staff in their continual professional development in PE and the children to participate in a wide range of sports activities and competition’s. The rest of the money is used to transport children to and from events, purchase kits and resources and pay for specific coaches in activities the children have expressed a preference for.

 

      

PE report 2016 2017

Government PE and Sports funding

This year we have received additional funding for PE from the government-(£8635).We are using this money in different ways to enhance Physical Education curriculum, promote an active and healthy lifestyle and strengthen community links.

We have allocated half of the money to pay for a sports package arranged by the Stockport Schools Partnership. This allows the school to access a specialist PE teacher to support the staff in their continual professional development in PE and the children to participate in a wide range of sports activities and competition’s. The other half of the money is used to transport children to and from events, purchase kits and resources and pay for specific coaches in activities the children have expressed a preference for.

Physical Education

The children at Bridge Hall Primary are offered a wide range of opportunities to enable them to undertake activities they enjoy and are signposted to continue them outside of school.

The staff at Bridge Hall Primary are working alongside a specialist PE teacher (SSCo). The SSCo teacher provides support and assistance in order that high quality PE lessons are delivered across the whole school.

All children are encouraged to achieve their potential and appreciate the value of physical activity as part of a healthy life style. We provide a PE kit for each child from Reception to Year 6. Thus enabling all children to be clothed appropriately for all lessons. This has a positive impact on attitudes, aptitudes and enthusiasm towards all sporting activities.

To support the children in their understanding of how teams work and compete, they are taught the values of Honesty Teamwork, Respect, Self-belief, Passion, and Determination which underpin the ethos Sainsbury’s schools Games Awards.

Throughout the year the children will have opportunity to access different sporting activities and competitions through the Stockport Schools Partnership. This participation has led to the school achieving the Sainsbury’s School Games Bronze award for 2015 – 2016

Healthy and Active Lifestyle

At Bridge Hall Primary, we provide a wide range of activities to ensure children have the opportunity to have a healthy and active lifestyle. We provide as many different opportunities for children through work with specialist coaches and clubs staff taking the lead from activities the children express an interest in. As part of this, children will have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through becoming a Young Ambassadors. These children will support others to engage in physical activity at break and lunchtimes.

 Extra-curricular clubs

Throughout the year, the children have opportunity to undertake extra-curricular clubs ensuring the children to access a broad spectrum of physical activities.

The extra-curricular activities delivered are chosen after the children were surveyed in summer term 2017. The ethos for this is that the children have ownership of the activity and participation will be increased.

Gymnastics, Dodgeball and football were the main activities the children asked for. Consequently, we have employed external Gymnastics and football coaches with Dodgeball being run by staff members. We are currently providing football, table tennis, dance, hockey and Dodgeball.

Community links

Throughout the year the children have opportunity to enter competitions between local schools, schools throughout the borough and take part in activities hosted by our local feeder school. These opportunities allow children to be signposted to local community sports clubs to continue activities they have enjoyed participating in.

Impact of the Sports Premium 2015 – 2016

 

Competitions

(level 1/2/3)

Number of

Participants

Event Level Year Group/s Links

with clubs

  Boys Girls      
Sports Day All classes 1 All classes N
Intra- competitions Whole class 1 All classess N
Dodgeball  5 7 2  5/6 N
Dodgeball 5 7 2 5/6 N
Dodgeball 3 5 2 5/6 N
Football 7  0 2  5/6 N
Football 7  0 2  3/4 N
Football  7  0 2  4/5 N
Competitions

(level 1/2/3)

Number of

Participants

Event Level Year Group/s Links

with clubs

  Boys Girls      
Infants Sportshall Athletics Whole class 2  2 N
Sportshall Athletics Whole class 2  3 N
Dodgeball skills day Whole class P  3 N
Girls Active day 0 8 P  5/6 N
Girls football matches 0 7 P  3/4 N
Girls football matches 0 7 P  5/6 N
Boys football matches 10 0 P  5/6 N
Boys  football matches 10 0 P  3/4 N
Mini Whistlers 4   P 4/5 N
Legacy trail Whole class P 2 N
             

 

PE report 2015 2016

PE report 2014 2015.