Sports Premium Funding

At Swillington Primary School we are committed to the delivery of a high quality PE and sport curriculum and to the promotion of healthy and active lifestyles. We aim to develop skills and knowledge through participation in diverse and varied physical activity and sport, as well as improving fitness and developing social skills.

In order to promote health and fitness, the government allocated £8000 (plus £5 per pupil) to all primary schools.
50% of our school’s sport premium funding has been used centrally for a coordinated vision across the Brigshaw Learning Partnership. This has been used for the following purposes:

Competitive Sport

  • A range of inter school sports competitions for all schools in the Trust including:
    • Basketball
    • Swimming
    • Multi skills
    • Dance
    • Cricket
    • Tag rugby
    • Football leagues
    • Netball leagues
    • Rounders leagues
    • Sports hall athletics
    • Girls Futsal
    • Cycling
    • Year 3 & 4 sports challenges
    • Skipping festivals
  • A total of 24 inter school sports competitions Trust Olympic day for over 600 students in years 4, 5 and 6.
  • Transport to the event and cost of hiring the sports stadium, football pitches and sports halls.

Raising the Quality of Physical Education

  • All staff in the Trust accessing Gymnastics, Dance, Athletics or reception PE half day workshops.
  • Matalan Top Sports course.
  • BUPA Start To Move course.
  • Reception and Early years PE fundamentals course and specific PE equipment.
  • Elevating athletics course
  • PE subject leader training
  • Gymnastics half day workshop
  • Multi skills half day workshop
  • Tag rugby half day workshop
  • Joint observations of PE
  • Twilight training session on high quality PE
  • Example high quality lessons observed at high school
  • Purchase of clear and easy to use scheme of work for the Trust
  • Joint planning and team teaching
  • Video examples of high quality PE
  • Subject leader development meetings to put development plans in place
  • PE and Maths investigations
  • Primary membership of the Youth Sport Trust

Healthy Active Lifestyles

  • Multi sports clubs set up across the trust using coaching company
    (targeting less active pupils)
  • Sports Leaders from high school running dance, cheerleading and netball clubs
  • Play leader training for primary school pupils
  • Tour De France Grand Depart projects focussing on health and activity
  • Skipping workshops and skipping resources
The Funding was also used for teacher release of a Trust PE and Sport Coordinator from the High school to lead and the development of high quality PE and Sport.

The additional 50% of the funding has been used to provide one hour per week of professional sport coaching for every class.

It has also allowed us to fund an additional after school sport club for the
year. All year groups have accessed these clubs.

The impact of this has been:

  • Improved teacher knowledge and confidence in delivering PE across all key stages.
  • An increase in the number of pupils taking part in extra-curricular sport and physical activity.
  • An increase in the numbers of schools and pupils taking part in interschool sport.
  • An improvement in the quality of PE lessons within schools
  • A higher profile and importance placed on PE within the school and the Trust.
  • A clear identification of strengths and areas to further develop within PE.

Did You Know?

gold-logoSwillington Primary is part of the Sainsbury’s School Games. The Sainsbury’s School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.

The Games are made up of three levels of activity: competition in schools, between schools, and at a county/area level.

The Games are designed to build on the magic of 2012 to enable every school and child to participate in competitive sport, including meaningful opportunities for disabled youngsters.

In 2014-15, our aim was to achieve ‘Bronze School Games Award’ by Christmas and we in fact achieved the ‘Silver School Games Award’. Even better, in 2016 we received the ‘Gold School Games Award’!

You can find out more at at Sainsburys School Games website

Overview of sports participation

extracurricular2014-2015 and 2015-2016 were incredibly successful years for sports throughout the the Brigshaw Learning Partnership in terms of school and pupil involvement in competitions, festivals and dance events, increases in pupil activity via Wake Up, Shake Up, play leader, multi sport and boxercise clubs, not to mention the success of schools across the trust in winning trophies and reaching East Leeds, Leeds and county finals in a range of sports!

 

 

Sports Club Attendance 2015/2016
Year Group Numbers taking part Percentage
Year 1 16/26 62%
Year 2 21/29 72%
Year 3 13/26 50%
Year 4 12/22 55%
Year 5 22/31 71%
Year 6 17/21 81%
Key Stage 1 67%
Key Stage 2 64%
Whole School 65%
Attended Level 1 Interschool Competition
Year Group Numbers taking part Percentage
Year 1 8/26 31%
Year 2 10/29 34%
Year 3 4/26 15%
Year 4 22/22 100%
Year 5 31/31 100%
Year 6 21/21 100%
Key Stage 1 33%
Key Stage 2 78%
Whole School 62%
27 children from our school competed at county and National level

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