PE and Sport Premium 2016 - 2017
Schools receive PE and Sport funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and Sport in their school. Burrough Green aim to promote increased participation and competition, widen sporting opportunity in school and to develop and support the teaching of PE. We have received £8,500 to help us deliver this in our school.
We are an active and successful school, with a proud competition record.
Recent Titles 2016 - 2017
• Winners of the year 6 girls’ race at South Cambridgeshire year 5/6 Cross Country Championships.
• Winners of the year 3 girls’ race at South Cambridgeshire year 3/4 Cross Country Championships.
• Winners of the Cambridgeshire Cross Country relay Small schools girls’ team
• Winners of the Cambridgeshire Cross Country relay Small schools boys’ team
• Runners up in the LVC cluster schools rugby tournament
• Runners up of the LVC cluster schools A team Netball tournament
• First place at the LVC cluster schools B team Netball tournament
• 3rd place for the LVC cluster schools football tournament
• Runners up in the Abington Fun Run with a Burrough Green pupil taking 1stgirl in the race.
• 3rd place at the Cambridgeshire High 5 Netball A team finals
• 6th place at the Cambridgeshire High 5 Netball B team finals
• 1st place at Lode Kwik Cricket Tournament and qualified for the county finals
• Joint first school team at the Steeple Bumpstead 3k Fun Run
Children of Burrough Green are very active and regularly participate in sport both in and outside of school. Many of our pupils take up new opportunities in sport.
We currently have children who are swimming for county, achieving first in gymnastics competitions and winning local cross country events. An ex-pupil is now competing for England.
Our children attend a number of local clubs including Haverhill Gymnastics Clubs and West Wratting football club. To add to the wide variety of sports, we have a KS2 child who swims for West Suffolk, achieving county times in an age group above their own.
Within school, our running club and netball club continue to be extremely popular. Our lunch time clubs with Premier Sport have seen a large increase in numbers with an extra KS1 club put on as a result. After school swimming continues to be extremely popular and season tickets are sold for children to swim during the school holidays.
April 2016 – March 2017
|Area||What we have done||Impact||Costs|
We run the following clubs:
After school swimming – summer only
Over 60% of KS2 participate in running club. This continues to increase in popularity and be successful at local competitions.
Cycling club was extremely popular and this has meant it will continue next academic year.
|Swimming||Employed a swimming teacher to support class teachers in the teaching of swimming.||Children are swimming more regularly and the progress in confidence and skills has improved for weaker swimmers. Two particularly weak swimmers were granted the ‘Swimming cup’ for their great improvement.||£660|
PE Coordinator release time
Entries in competitions
|Attended CPD course, sourced and organised sports coaches, time for action planning, assessed overall impact of PE and Sport in school, set up training for all staff in gymnastics teaching and organised whole school sports events.||£350 + £84 for Mini Olympics|
|Increase confidence in teaching PE||Cambridgeshire Scheme of work was purchased for whole school.||All teachers are feeling much more confident since using scheme of work. Differentiation is made clear and lessons are planned to show progress.||£200|
|Sports coaching||Premier Sport teaches Classes 3 and 4, alongside the teacher, for one lesson per week each.||Sessions are active and well managed. Children are taught a range of skills which they apply in competitive games. During Health week a ‘World cup’ football session was held between house teams.||
|Outside sports coaches led sessions during Health Week||Viking fitness came and led circuit training based sessions with all classes.||Children were able to experience different ways of being active and working together as a team.||£439|
Bikeability came in and worked with our year 5s on cycling proficiency.
Year 3/4 had a day of training.
|Children’s understanding of road safety improved and children’s interest in cycling to school increased.||£120|
Purchased new swimming equipment such as weighted hoops and woggles.
Purchased equipment for Ks1 multi-sports. Outdoor equipment for playground.
|Improved resources for children and safety when using such equipment. Children understand the importance of keeping and storing equipment safely.||£661|
|Other||Linton Village College Tournaments: £200; Transport to sporting events £125;|
LAtherton July 2017