Sports Premium

Primary Schools Sport’s Funding
The government have committed to extend the Primary School Sports scheme by providing additional funding of £150 million per annum to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – has been allocated to primary school head teachers to be spent on raising standards and improving provision of PE and sport in schools.
At Bredbury Green Primary School, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of our children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children. We have always been committed to providing children with a strong program of sporting activities and our Primary School Sport’s Funding is enabling us to continue to extend our provision for all our pupils, ensuring that each child will experience the benefits.
Our current priorities for spending the funding:
  • Develop staff expertise in teaching PE
  • Provide support and training to enable school staff to deliver high quality PE
  • Update sports equipment to provide additional challenge for pupils.
  • Continue to provide quality coaches for working in partnership with class teachers to deliver some PE lessons across the school.
  • Extend our Forest School provision to support children with SEMH difficulties
  • Increase participation in sport through the provision of extra-curricular clubs.
  • Increase participation in inter and intra school competitions and tournaments through membership of our local sports partnership.
  • Increase children’s awareness of how to live a healthy lifestyle.
  • Develop leadership opportunities for pupils.
How much do we get?
The Sports Premium Grant is allocated in two payments in September and April. For the school year 2017/18 Bredbury Green Primary School received £19,180
How is the money spent?
Curricular To improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE:
 
  • Bredbury Green Primary School has bought into the Stockport Sports Partnership, enabling staff to access regular CPD and support from other schools through cluster network throughout the year.
  • Opportunities for inter school competitions through Stockport sports competitions and leagues as a result of the school being part of the partnership programme.
  • Increase children’s awareness of how to live a healthy lifestyle.
  • Increase participation in intra school competitions and tournaments.
  • Purchase of equipment to support PE lessons and provide opportunities for children to participate in sporting activities they wouldn’t normally have the chance to.
  • Develop leadership opportunities for pupils.
  • Increased confidence, and raised standards of sporting skills across school.
  • Training for staff to provide meaningful enriched curriculum activities
  • Swimming lessons for each child from Year 3 upwards.
Extra – curricular
To increase participation in extra-curricular activities:
  • Variety of sporting opportunity accessible to all children.
  • Continue to build links with local sporting establishments, providing pathways for children to progress.
  • Increase participation in sport through the provision of additional extra-curricular clubs.
  • Provide a wider range of activities to engage the less engaged and cater for SEN pupils.
Amount received : £19,180
Total spent £19,180
Initiative Cost
Buying into the Stockport School Sport Partnership including access to a specialist teacher, cluster network and level 2 competitions in partnership with cluster schools £5780

Sports coaches employed to ensure high quality PE provision. £9630
Swimming Lessons for children in Years 3 – 6 £1518
Forest School Training 2 x staff £1402
Transport to competitions £200
Purchase of additional equipment for KS1 playgrounds £150
Equipment renewed £500
Impact of funding – 
  • Increased participation in extra-curricular sport, with activities targeted at some of our less engaged pupils
  • Inter school competition opportunities for children from Y1 to Y6
  • Sporting successes in local cluster competitions
  • Staff more confident in teaching a wider range of PE topics.