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Butterwick Pinchbeck's Endowed C of E Primary School

Butterwick Pinchbeck's Endowed C of E Primary School

Sports Funding

 

PE and Sport Premium for Primary School

The Government is spending over £450 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools over the 3 academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016.

At Butterwick Primary School, we received £9240 in 2013/14, £9050 in 2014/15, £9406 in 2015/16

Butterwick Pinchbeck's Endowed C of E Primary School PE and Sport Information

Competition Attended or Planned

Date

Competition

Venue

Autumn and Winter 16/17

Football and Netball fixtures have been played throughout the Autumn and Winter terms.

 

10.2.16

7 a side football competition

Peter Paine

18.2.16

Indoor Sports Hall Athletics

Peter Paine Sports Centre

22.11.16

Girls ONLY Indoor Kwik Cricket

Peter Paine Sports Centre

1.12.16

Girls 5 a side football

Thomas Middlecott Academy

13.1.17

Indoor Sports Hall Athletics

Peter Paine Sports Centre

26.1.17

Goalball for SEN pupils

Tower Road Academy

27.1.17

Gymnastics Development Day

Boston High School

30.1.17

X Country

William Lovell Secondary

21.2.17

High 5 Netball

Boston College

23.2.17

Boccia for SEN pupils.

Tower Road Academy

2.3.17

Badminton

Thomas Middlecott Academy

7.3.17

Dance Development Day

Boston High School

9.3.17

Tennis Development Day for Years 3 / 4

Boston Tennis Club

20.4.17

Mini Tennis Red Tournament

Boston Tennis Club

27.4.17

Basketball Development Day

Thomas Middlecott Academy

25.6.17

Rounders

Boston High

7.6.17

Quick Sticks Hockey

Thomas Middlecott Academy

8.6.17

Year 6 Kwik Cricket Tournament

Boston Cricket Club, Rosebery Avenue.

15.6.17

Girls Kwik Cricket Tournament

Boston Cricket Club

23.6.17

Tri Golf Mixed

Boston Golf Club

13.7.17

Capture the Castle

Boston High School

12.7.17

Orienteering

Witham Way Country Park

 

Other events pending for 16/17

 

 Impact – Allowing children to engage in competitive sport develops their team work skills, self-confidence and resilience. Children have been offered a wide range of sports and activities to participate in.

 

Teaching – GDFT Coastal Sport Partnership – Skegness Academy

Term

Activity

Teacher/Coach

CRB/DBS

2014/2015

1

Year 4 Cricket

Chris Harker

 

2

Year 5 Football

Chris Harker

 

3

Year 6 Judo

Chris Harker

 

4

Year 1 multi-skills

Chris Harker

 

5

Year 2/3 Tri Golf

Chris Harker

 

Impact – Specialist PE teachers from the Skegness Academy work each week with pupils and share their specialist knowledge with teachers. This acts as a mentoring mechanism and helps to improve the quality and breadth of teaching with primary staff feeling more confident in their PE delivery. This has increased pupils’ understanding of the benefits of physical exercise and participation rates in sporting activities. A growing enthusiasm for PE is evident and is directly related to the increase in competitive opportunities and variety of sports on offer. The wide range of expertise made available through Skegness Academy PE staff has a direct impact on the enrichment of both the PE and afterschool curriculum.

Swimming

Geoff Moulder Swimming Pool, Boston

Year 3-6      30 minute lessons for 9 weeks

Year 6 pupils will also participate in Top up Swim as part of Boston SSP.

Impact – All Key Stage Two pupils within the school receive swimming tuition from specialist swimming teachers/instructors. All pupils are working towards the NC recommendation to:

 ·         Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of 25m.

·         Use a range of strokes effectively

·         Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

The school regards swimming as an essential life skill. 

Training Days – GDFT Coastal Sport Partnership and SSP

Friday 25th November 2016 Staff training on a new assessment format that can be developed in school alongside the passport.

Further dates will be added throughout the year.

Impact – The PE coordinator and other members of the teaching staff have attended these training days and has then disseminated this information to colleagues throughout the school. Subsequently, an element of gymnastics, dance, development of core skills and Outdoor Adventure Activities can be applied to PE lessons throughout all year groups. This in turn supports the fundamental movements and skills required to be successful in sport for example, agility, balance and coordination.  

Allison Consultancy Bespoke Training – 2016/17

One to one development on the PE curriculum (2.5 hours). Outdoor Adventure Activities, whole staff training to continue to develop Outdoor Adventure Activities provision in school (2.5 hours).

2016

Sainsbury School Games Silver Award Achieved – July 2016

Youth Sport Trust

Butterwick Pinchbeck’s Endowed C of E Primary School is a full primary member of the Youth Sport Trust.

Impact – Keeps school updated on the national landscape for PE and sport. Access to nationally recognised PE courses and resources. Also gives the school the chance to self-assess on how effective they are within PE.

Group Together Activity Day

07/2016 – On site climbing wall. All Key Stage two children took part in climbing activities on a portable climbing wall that was set up on the school site.

Impact – Bringing an Outdoor Adventurous Activities focus to the school’s site and facilitating the growth in a range of alternative sporting activities. Creating new experience is essential when considering the opportunities within the local community.

Gifted and Talented Academy Butlin’s, Skegness

2017

Children will be selected to take part in a two day camp with Skegness Academy PE staff working on their performance, leadership and knowledge of PE and sport. The Academy will also push the children out of their comfort zones by staying away from home, meeting new people and trying new activities.

Impact – The Gifted and Talented camp allows the children to extend their learning and really stretch their knowledge and experiences of PE and sport.

 

 

How the funding been used in 2016/2017 so far

 

Cost

Skegness Academy Coastal Partnership

Coaches for sport and CPD for staff

£4,500

Thomas Middlecott Academy School Sports Partnership

Competitions and Sport development. Staff CPD

£2,400

 

 

PE and Sport Premium for Primary School

The Government is spending over £450 million on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools over the 3 academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016.

At Butterwick Primary School, we received £9240 in 2013/14, £9050 in 2014/15, £9406 in 2015/16

Butterwick Pinchbeck's Endowed C of E Primary School PE and Sport Information

Competition Attended

Date

Competition

Venue

11/10/2013

Tag Rugby Year 6

Princess Royal Arena, Boston

Nov 2013

Netball Fixtures 3 teams Year 6

Tower Road, Boston

Nov 2013

Football Fixtures Year 6

Tower Road, Boston

Nov/Dec 2013

Football Boston Schools Cup Year 6

Boston Schools

22/11/2013

Sports Hall Athletics – Heats Year 6

Giles Academy

30/11/2013

Cross Country – Years 3,4,5 and 6

Boston High School

24/01/2014

Sports Hall Athletics Finals Year 6

Giles Academy

March/April 2014

Football, Netball and Tag Rugby Fixtures Year 4,5, and 6

Boston Schools

15/05/2014

Swimming Gala Year 3,4,5 and 6

Geoff Moulder Pool, Boston

16/05/2014

Rounders Year 6

Giles Academy

22/05/2014

Netball Year 5 and 6

Giles Academy

20/06/2014

Cricket  2 Teams Year 5 and 6

Boston Cricket Club

26/06/2014

Cricket Year 5 and 6

Boston Grammar School

11/07/2014

Orienteering Year 4

Witham Country Park

10/10/2014

Tag Rugby Year 5/6

Princess Royal Arena

6/11/2014

Football Year 5/6

Wyberton Playing Fields

Term 1 & 2

League fixtures - ongoing

Local schools

14/11/2014

Football: Cup competition

 

21/11/2014

Sports Hall Athletics Year 5/6

Peter Paine Sports Centre

5/12/2014

Girls 5 a side Football Years 5/ 6

Middlecott Secondary

6/12/2014

Cross Country Years 3, 4, 5, & 6

Boston High School

23/01/2015

Sports Hall Athletics Final Year 5/6

Peter Paine Sports Centre

14/03/2015

Swimming Gala 3,4,5 and 6

Geoff Moulder Pool, Boston

17/04/2015

Dance Festival Year 1 & 2

Skegness Academy

19/06/2015

Cricket Years 5 & 6

Boston Grammar

10/07/2015

Athletics Years 3, 4, 5 & 6

Towers Road

15/07/2015

Orienteering Year 4

Witham Country Park

7/10/15

High 5 Netball

Boston High School

22/10/15

Tag Rugby

Boston Rugby Club

12/11/15

Football competition

Wyberton Playing Fields

20/11/15

Indoor Sports Hall Athletics 5/6

Peter Paine

3/12/15

Girls Football

Thomas Middlecott

15/1/16

Indoor Sports Hall Athletics 3/4

Wyberton Playing Fields

 22/1/16

Indoor Sports Hall Athletics 5/6

Peter Paine

1/2/16

Cross Country

William Lovell

6/2/16

Girls Football County Finals

King’s Grammar

23/2/16

High 5 Netball

Thomas Middlecott

28/2/16

Swimming Gala

Geoff Moulder Swimming Pool

3/3/16

Badminton

Thomas Middlecott

8/3/16

Dance Development Day

Boston High School

9/3/16

Y1 Dance Festival

Skegness Academy

10/3/16

Tennis Development

Boston Tennis Club

24/3/16

Volleyball Development

Giles

21/4/16

Tennis Tournament

Boston Tennis Club

26/5/16

Rounders

Giles

8/6/16

Quick sticks hockey

Thomas Middlecott

17/6/16

Girls Kwick Cricket

Boston Cricket Club

23/6/16

Kwick cricket tournament

Boston Cricket Club

1/7/16

Tri Golf

Boston Golf Club

14/7/16

Capture the castle

Thomas Middlecott

18/7/16

Orienteering

Witham Way Country Park

Autumn and Winter

Football and Netball fixtures have been played throughout the Autumn and Winter terms.

 

 Impact – Allowing children to engage in competitive sport develops their team work skills, self-confidence and resilience. Children have been offered a wide range of sports and activities to participate in.

Teaching – GDFT Coastal Sport Partnership – Skegness Academy

Term

Activity

Teacher/Coach

CRB/DBS

2013/2014

1

Multi Skills

Andrew Hickinbottom

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2

Tag Rugby

Andrew Hickinbottom

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3

Archery

Jason Moore

Jessie Moore

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4

Tennis

Lindsey Bee

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5

Cricket

Jamie Skinner

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2014/2015

1

Tag Rugby

Jamie Skinner

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2

Multi Skills

Jamie Skinner

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3

Basketball

Jamie Skinner

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4

Athletics

Jamie Skinner

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5

Tennis

Jamie Skinner

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2015/2016

1

Athletics

Chris Harker

 

2

Multi-skills

Chris Harker

 

3

Fencing

Jessie Moore

Hannah Smith

 

4

Basketball

Chris Harker

 

Impact – Specialist PE teachers from the Skegness Academy work each week with pupils and share their specialist knowledge with teachers. This acts as a mentoring mechanism and helps to improve the quality and breadth of teaching with primary staff feeling more confident in their PE delivery. This has increased pupils’ understanding of the benefits of physical exercise and participation rates in sporting activities. A growing enthusiasm for PE is evident and is directly related to the increase in competitive opportunities and variety of sports on offer. The wide range of expertise made available through Skegness Academy PE staff has a direct impact on the enrichment of both the PE and afterschool curriculum.

Swimming

Geoff Moulder Swimming Pool, Boston

Year 3-6      30 minute lessons for 8 weeks

Year 6 pupils will also participate in Top up Swim as part of Boston SSP.

Impact – All Key Stage Two pupils within the school receive swimming tuition from specialist swimming teachers/instructors. All pupils are working towards the NC recommendation to:

 

·         Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of 25m.

·         Use a range of strokes effectively

·         Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

The school regards swimming as an essential life skill. 

Training Days – GDFT Coastal Sport Partnership and SSP

26/11/2013 – Gymnastics Training

24/03/2014 – Safe Practice, Planning and Assessment

13/06/2014 – Dance Training

10/09/2014 – 5 A Day Staff Training 

01/10/2014 – Energy Club Training Sports Leaders UK

14/11/2014 – CfBT Sports Premium Update and Fundamentals of Movement in the Early Years

09/02/2015 – Progression of Core Skills

20/05/2015 – Outdoor Adventure Activities

05/06/2015 – Dance Course

10/06/2015 – Healthy Active Playgrounds

Nov 2015- PE update and Passport

3/03/2016 Badminton training with a small group of children

10/03/2016 Tennis training with a small group of children

Impact – The PE coordinator and other members of the teaching staff have attended these training days and has then disseminated this information to colleagues throughout the school. Subsequently, an element of gymnastics, dance, development of core skills and Outdoor Adventure Activities can be applied to PE lessons throughout all year groups. This in turn supports the fundamental movements and skills required to be successful in sport for example, agility, balance and coordination.  

CfBT Bespoke Training - 2014

Outdoor Adventure Activities, whole staff training. Children stayed behind so the staff could put theory into practice. (4 hours)

Allison Consultancy Bespoke Training – 2015

One to one development on the PE curriculum (2.5 hours). Outdoor Adventure Activities, whole staff training to continue to develop Outdoor Adventure Activities provision in school (2.5 hours).

2016

Planned for this year Allison Consultancy Bespoke Training – 2016

One to one development on the PE curriculum (4 hours). Whole Staff training in Dance. (1hr)

Impact – All members of the teaching and support staff developed their knowledge and understanding of what high quality Outdoor Adventurous Activities lessons look like. They considered the key factors of good and outstanding lessons, reviewed the quality of their own teaching and learning and identified practical teaching and learning strategies to develop high challenge for pupils of all abilities. Developing the PE curriculum in school means the curriculum is now more accessible to all pupils so they get a wide range of experiences and the knowledge about how to live an active and healthy lifestyle. Teachers will have a greater understanding of the dance curriculum.

Sainsbury School Games Bronze Award Achieved – July 2015

Youth Sport Trust

Butterwick Pinchbeck’s Endowed C of E Primary School is a full primary member of the Youth Sport Trust.

Impact – Keeps school updated on the national landscape for PE and sport. Access to nationally recognised PE courses and resources. Also gives the school the chance to self-assess on how effective they are within PE.

Group Together Activity Day

17/07/2014 – On site climbing wall. All Key Stage two children took part in climbing activities on a portable climbing wall that was set up on the school site.

02/07/2015 – Fencing. Years 3 & 4 had the opportunity to learn the skills of ‘fencing’.

Impact – Bringing an Outdoor Adventurous Activities focus to the school’s site and facilitating the growth in a range of alternative sporting activities. Creating new experience is essential when considering the opportunities within the local community.

Gifted and Talented Academy Butlin’s, Skegness

2014

The Academy brought the top two performing children from Year Six together for sport with children from the seventeen schools in the GDFT Coastal Sport Partnership. The children spend two days and a night at the camp working with Skegness Academy PE staff working on their performance, leadership and knowledge of PE and sport. The Academy also pushed the children out of their comfort zones by staying away from home, meeting new people and trying new activities.

2015

The pupils selected to attend the Academy have worked together at Skegness Academy on two afternoons. They have taken part in team building and challenging activities. In May they attended a three day residential at Butlin’s, Skegness where they experienced a number of workshops provided by the Skegness Academy PE Department, working alongside Leon Baptise Commonwealth sprint champion and also taking part in a day of Outdoor Adventure Activities.

2016

The pupils have been selected to attend the Academy will be working together on two afternoons and take part in team building and challenging activities. In May they will attend a three day residential at Butlin’s, Skegness where they will experience a number of workshops provided by the Skegness Academy PE Department.

Impact – The Gifted and Talented camp allows the children to extend their learning and really stretch their knowledge and experiences of PE and sport.

How the funding been used in 2015/2016 so far

 

Cost

Skegness Academy Coastal Partnership

Coaches for sport and CPD for staff

£4,500

Thomas Middlecott Academy School Sports Partnership

Competitions and Sport development. Staff CPD

£2,400

C M S Sport coaches

£450

Boston Gymnastics

Use of Hall, specialist teachers for lessons and CPD for staff

£1840

 

Please see the attachment below for details of our sporting links with Skegness Academy