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“One Great School”
Headteacher: Karl Russell

Aire View Site

Elliott Street, Silsden, Keighley,
West Yorkshire BD20 0AW
T: 01535 653 290

Hothfield Site

Hothfield Street, Silsden, Keighley,
West Yorkshire BD20 0BB
T: 01535 210 666

Welcome to the new Silsden Primary School

Sports Premium

Overview:

At Silsden Primary School, we believe that promoting children’s healthy lifestyles and participation in sport and is a key role of the school.

All children have two hours of PE in their timetable each week.

Children learn to swim in Year 2 and Year 5.PE and SPORT Funding

Sports coaching takes place at lunchtimes to promote team games during playtimes and support children not engaging in sport to build their confidence.

Playtimes are active with children encouraged to devise their and manage their own team games.  Playground Buddies support younger children to do this.

We have an extra-curricular sports offer which includes football, cricket, netball, rounders, dodgeball, dance, yoga, gymnastics, multi-sports and rugby.

Pupil Premium children are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular sport through places being funded by the school’s Pupil Premium Special Fund.

Many children take attend our weekly running club and we have a strong record of success in the local cross-country competition.  We host our own cross country race in Silsden.

Our annual Sports Week and Sports Days promote the benefits of sport and combines a ‘sport for all’ approach with competition.

Children are motivated to succeed in Sports Day competitions by competing for the House Cup and for individual medals.

Silsden Primary School teams take part in a series of leagues and tournaments over the year including football, netball, cricket, swimming, basketball, tag rugby, rounders and athletics.

Participation in teams is ensured for children from a range of abilities.

Achievement in sport is celebrated each Friday in our Star (Aire View Site) SPOTS (Hothfield Site) assemblies in addition to special assemblies profiling sportsmen and women as inspirational role models.

Healthy eating is promoted with a balanced school meal offer and the promotion of healthy food choices – particularly encouraging 5-a-day.

Active and safe travel to school is promoted through our Bike It School programme, the Walking Bus and Bikeability programme for year 6 pupils.

We offer talented young sports people specific sport to develop their sporting potential.  They are encouraged to join our extra-curricular provision or signposted, and supported, to attend local clubs.  This may be supported with Sports Grant funding.

Planned Sports Premium Grant Spending  –  Sept 2017- August 2018  £20,570

Aim       Amount Impact on sporting participation and attainment
Specialist sports coach working in PE. – To develop teacher skills and confidence to teach games curriculum           £3210
Keighley Cougars Y4, 5 and 6 rugby coaching – – Use of professionals to inspire children to participate in rugby and develop skills         £480
Football festival and Cross Country Running – direct participation in sporting competition         £500
PE Subject Leader – release time for PE development

5x supply days

 

 

 

 

 

Additional hours for support staff to take children to after school activities

 

– to audit PE teaching development needs

– Quality and assurance of PE teaching at Silsden

Planning of school sports days and School Games activities.

 

 

-Direct participation in sporting activities

       £1320

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£600

 

 

 

PE and playground resources

 

 

 

 

 

Lunchtime sports programmes

 

 

 

 

 

Sports For All before and after School sports clubs.

 

 

Silsden Sports Academy

 

 

 

Life Caravan

– To ensure full range of equipment available for successful PE sessions.

 

Promote active playground games

 

 

 

 

Sports For All Club. Targeted at reluctant sports participants

Sports coaches working with children at lunchtime to encourage team play and develop football and cricket skills

 

To increase participation in tag rugby / cricket / dance.

 

Aimed at more able children in a variety of sports (cricket, football, rugby).

 

 

To develop children’s knowledge and understanding of their bodies and living healthy life styles

       £2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£1000

 

 

£8760

 

 

 

£1810

 

 

£600

 

 

 

£1000

TOTAL

 

 £21,280

 

 

 

 

Impact of KS1 Sports Premium 2016-17

PE and SPORT Funding

Increase in Sports Participation

Extra-curriculuar sporting activities:

Sept-July 2015-16:  417 Participation Places (including 86 Pupil Premium Places)

Sept-July 2016-17:  432 Participation Places (including 88 Pupil Premium Places)

Representative Sports Teams:

Sept-July 2015-16: Entered 30 events with participation places for 346 children

Sept-July 2016-17: Entered 32 events with participation places for 352 children


Impact of KS2 Sports Premium 2016-17 see below

 

Aim       Amount Impact on sporting participation and attainment
Specialist sports coach working in PE. – To develop teacher skills and confidence to teach games curriculum           £1500  Y4 teachers – improved confidence and ability to teach dance

 

Keighley Cougars Y6 rugby coaching – 6x 2 hour sessions – Use of professionals to inspire children to participate in rugby and develop skills         £400 15 children competed in Inter-School competition
Football festival – direct participation in sporting competition         £150 4 teams competed in Inter-School Competition – Y3/4 girls won Bradford-wide competition
Sports Day Medals and certificates – To ensure more direct competitive element to Sports Day

– To motivate children to attain in athletics

 

        £200 Children motivated to succeed
PE Subject Leader – release time for PE development

5x supply days

 

 

 

 

 

Additional hours for support staff to take children to after school activities

 

– to audit PE teaching development needs

– Quality and assurance of PE teaching at Hothfield

Planning of school sports days and School Games activities.

-Direct participation in sporting activities

       £825

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£200

 

 

 Audit of PE Teaching – needs assessment – led to teaching development

Successful Sports Days and School Games delivered – receipt of Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Award

 

 

Participation rate – see above.  Achievement of Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Award

 

 

 

 

 

PE and playground resources

 

 

 

 

 

Lunchtime sports programmes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sports For All after

School sports clubs.

Half cost subsidy

 

Hothfield Sports Academy

 

 

 

– To ensure full range of equipment available for successful PE sessions.

 

Promote active playground games

 

 

Sports For All Club. Targeted at reluctant sports participants

Sports coaches working with children at lunchtime to encourage team play and develop football and cricket skills

 

To increase participation  in tag rugby / cricket / dance.

 

Aimed at more able children in a variety of sports (cricket, football, rugby).

       £2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

£950

 

 

£950

 

 

 

£950

 

 

 

£950

 

New resources purchased – allowing teaching of badminton, tchoukball, dodgeball, netball, rugby

 

Playtime games well-resourced through year

 

Football/ cricket/ cooperation skills developed

Increased participation

 

 

 

 

New cricket/ girls football/ rounders teams.  Y

 

3/4 and Y5/6 Girls Football  Bradford Champions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 £10,075