School Sports Funding
The PE and sport premium is a grant from the government designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.
We receive a sum of money every year that we use to enhance the Physical Education and School Sports that we offer in school.
PE Sport Grant Expenditure and Impact 2017-18
Membership to BPSS (Barnet Partnership for School Sports
Impact: The sharing of best practise and an increased range of opportunities
KS1 Sports Festivals at Allianz Park – This gave Y1/2 children the opportunity to take part in a variety of physical activities alongside other schools. It helped to build their confidence and encouraged them to try different sports.
We also took part in the Change 4 Life Festival at Burnt Oak Leisure Centre and the children that took part were so excited about trying a variety of different physical activities led by older children and alongside other schools
KS1 Virtual Challenges
Impact: Y1 and Y2 took part in an intra school competitions. These virtual challenges allow children to set personal goals, to set personal bests and challenge themselves to improve. They also give them an introduction to intra school competition.
Year 1 and 2 Football Festivals
Impact: This year for the first time our children took part in the football festivals organised by Barnet Sports Partnership and ran by Non Stop Action. These events had a massive impact on the children’s confidence and resilience and it helped to promote good sportsmanship.
Resources replenished in the hall and playground
Impact: Resources are being used to develop and support the quality of PE lessons and they are providing opportunities for children to take part in a variety of different sports and physical activity. The resources in the playground have been encouraging more physically active playtimes.
Participation in Barnet Dance Festival 2018
Impact: The children felt a real sense of achievement. They developed their dance skills, team work and confidence.
Year 2 Play leaders (Y2 children leading different physical activities for YR and Y1 to take part in during lunch breaks)
Impact: Happier more active playtimes.
The play leaders have gained confidence and are beginning to understand the qualities of a good leader.
Link made with Mercury Tennis club
Impact: All the children within school had an opportunity to develop their tennis skills taught by professional coaches. For many of the children it was the first time that they had tried tennis. They were able to see and use some real tennis courts and many of our children are now attending coaching sessions out of school hours.
Applied for Renewal of Bronze Healthy Schools award and working towards the Silver application
Impact: Awareness of all the positive things that are happening within the school already and the areas for development.
Please click on the file below to see how we plan to spend this grant in the coming year.