Sports Premium Funding

PE and Sport Premium 2018-2019 

Amount Allocated £12854.00

 

PE and Sport Premium 2017-2018

Amount Allocated £9473.00

The amount allocated was spent on the following:

Transport to Sporting Events such as Table Cricket (Autumn);  Forest School Taster Sessions with an external Forest School Leader;  regular sporting afternoons at Hutton Moor Sports Centre where our young people used the Gymnasium; Squash Courts; Badminton Court;  Taverners Cricket competitions and also weekly travel to the Riding for Disabled in Tickenham.

We have a weekly session with Tony Dove our Tai Chi Tutor.

We have also taken part in an Orienteering Event based at Ashton Court in Bristol and have joint PE sessions with New Siblands School from Bristol where we have had Movement and Early Games for our smaller pupils.

We use a lot of our grant to pay for a PE Teacher to support us with our joint PE events such as Boccia mornings (Key Stage 2) including other schools such as Herons Moor, New Siblands and Crosslands.    We have held Post 16 Mixed Games (Kwik Cricket and Tball) at Ravenswood School.  For our KS4 pupils we have held mixed games on the MUGGA.

PE and Sport Premium Grant 2016 2017

ActionPlan and Impact Document

 OBJECTIVE – to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and Sport in Primary Schools against 5 Key Indicators:

  1. The Engagement of ALL Pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting health active lifestyles
  2. The profile of PE and Sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. Increased participation in competitive Sport

At Baytree the school motto is ‘Making the Most of Every Day’.  This vision ensures that all staff at school actively promote and encourage sporting activities for ALL pupils.  Great time and care is placed on ensuring that pupil’s individual needs are met and this personalisation leads to greater impact as it is proactive, purposeful and relevant to the pupils at Baytree.

End of 2015-16 priorities:

  • Continual Inter and Intra Sporting Activities
  • Staff Training in Sherborne Movement to enhance learning and engagement for all pupils
  • Staff Training in Rebound Therapy to increase opportunities for appropriate pupils
Academic Year 2016-17 Total Fund Allocated:  £8117
PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator School Focus/Planned

IMPACT on pupils

Actions to Achieve Actual Funding Evidence Actual Impact (following review) on Pupils Sustainability/Next Steps
 

 

1.

Ensure continued links with local leisure centre for Secondary/Post 16 – encourage communication and independence Weekly visits to Hutton Moot – various classes doing a variety of activities

 

Encourage Healthy snacks

 

Specified PE timetabled and specific to individual needs

£926   Promoting opportunities to develop and strengthen pupil’s confidence to access sporting activities outside of the school environment – feedback from pupils and during annual reviews Evaluate input etc at the end of the year.  Use WWW and EBI to govern future action plan and NEXT STEPS
2. Increase opportunities and number of sporting experiences Links with other special schools, coaches and clubs

 

Adhoc employment of specialist PE teacher to lead intra/inter events and lead group sessions modelling Best Practice

£1747.91   Pupils accessing a variety of sporting activities throughout the year.

 

Staff confidence increasing and more opportunities embedded into class timetables

Staff questionnaire at the end of the year to gauge areas for further CPD and support
3. Increase the range and expertise of staff to lead and implement a variety of sporting activities Staff training in Sensory Processing

 

Specialist input from Sensory OT

 

Train staff in Sherborne Movement and Rebound Therapy

£8128.36

 

 

£1200

 
£1000

 

 

 

£900

Assessment Reviews

 

Teacher Appraisal

 

Learning Walks

Pupils making G/O progress across all Keystages

 

Staff utilising new skills and can be seen embedded in timetables

 

Greater personalisation on evidence for individual needs – learning walks/observations

At the end of the academic year review sensor processing input – WWW and EBI – devise a new action plan accordingly.

 

Ensure a CPD log is tracked to ensure that staff continue to have all of the training that they need to undertake certain activities

4. Increase trained members of staff in appropriate sporting activities.  To build and maintain links with other schools and clubs to increase access and opportunities Class Teams offer a range of sporting activities through having trained staff

 

Proactively find and use a variety of activities and opportunities to engage and motivate pupils – Horse Riding, Tai Chi

Transport Costs £240 p.a   Pupils accessing variety of sporting activities in different environments and context (promoting communication and independence) Evaluate input etc at the end of the year.  Use WWW and EBI to govern future action plan and NEXT STEPS.
5. Use links with other Special Schools Take part in UWE Table Cricket Activity

 

Engage pupils in intra Table Cricket through use of Cricket Coach

 

Multi Sports events led by Jane Hawks SSCO with New Siblands

 

Actively work with other Special Schools to improve and increase the sporting provision

£175   Pupils accessing variety of sporting activities in different environments and context

(Promoting communication and independence)

Make more links with local clubs to promote sport outside of the school setting

 

Introduce yearly intra and inter competition schedule

TOTAL SPENT £13417.27 (overspend of £5300.27) – we have supported this overspend from the Training Budget

 

 

 

 

Sports Premium Report 2015-16

Funding Received 2015 – 2016                   £8110

PE and Sports Premium Report 2015-16

       ‘Making the most of every day’

Baytree School continue to deliver a diverse and enriching PE and Sports Curriculum which include:

A wide range of PE and sporting activities

  • A weekly horse riding session delivered by instructors at a local RDA School attended by pupils in Key Stages 1 – 4 on a termly basis.
  • A weekly Tai Chi session led by a specialist Tai Chi instructor delivered on a termly rota across Key Stages 1 -4.
  • Weekly swimming sessions at a local leisure centre led by swimming instructors for pupils in Key Stage 2 – 4.
  • Weekly sporting session for pupils in Post 16 in the local leisure centre.
  • Hydro Therapy- the employment of a specialist Hydro Therapist one day a term to devise personalised Hydro Therapy programmes and train staff how to implement these.
  • Summer term residential trip for a class of pupils in Key Stage 2 and 3 to Calvert Trust to take part in outdoor adventurous PE activities.

The employment of an experienced teacher to lead various PE sessions including

  • Leading Intra and Inter whole School PE events including a dodgeball event with pupils from Westhaven and Ravenswood Schools.
  • Leading sessions with groups modelling best practice for staff teams including Rebound sessions.

The participation in a range of Intra School events including

  • OAA event at Ashton Court with New Siblands School and Ravenswood School led by Jane Hawkes an SSCO for a class of Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils.
  • Multi Sports event with a range of other Special Schools for a class of Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils.
  • Table Cricket Competition an event held at UWE with a range of Special Schools across three authorities- North Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Bristol for a class of Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils.
  • All pupils participated in a golf session led by trained instructors and pupils in Post 16 visited Clifton Golf club for a session on the driving range.

Future Plans for 2016-17

  • Continual Inter and Intra sporting activities.
  • Staff training in Sherborn Movement to enhance learning and engagement for all pupils.
  • Staff training in rebound training to increase opportunities for appropriate pupils.

 

PE and sport premium funding received 2015 – 16     £8,810

Baytree School continues to invest the PE and Sports Grant in enhancing our PE and Sports provision for all our pupils.

Breakdown of how PE and sport premium has been spent this academic year

  • April 15 – July 15 the employment of a Specialist PE Teacher who delivered PE to all classes, supporting teachers, organising and leading inter and intra sporting events.
  • Sept 15 – ongoing the employment of an experienced teacher to provide targeted PE support across the School and the organisation of inter and intra sporting events.
  • A weekly Tai Chi session led by a specialist Tai Chi instructor attended by pupils in Key Stages 1 -4 on a termly basis.
  • Hydro Therapy- the employment of a specialist Hydro Therapist one day a term to devise personalised Hydro Therapy programmes and train staff how to implement these.
  • March 16 – ongoing the employment of a Specialist Sensory Occupational Therapist commissioned to work with specific pupils to devise individualised sensory diets through movement and physical activity to increase self-regulation and readiness to learn.

 

Effect of the premium on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment

  • Provided opportunities for pupils to experience a wider range of sporting activities.
  • Opportunities for pupils to engage with pupils from a range of other settings.

Ed Bowen-Roberts

Deputy Headteacher & PE Leader

 

Sports Premium Report 2014-15

Funding Received 2014-2015                    £8095
Report Table Cricket 140415 baytree

Dance 2015

Christmas races
Herons Moor report session 1

Herons Moor May 2015

 

Sports Premium Report 2013-14

Funding Received 2013-2014                 £4722

term 1 and 2 2013-14

term 3 4 2013-14

toad in the hole report nov 13

Herons Moor report l’ship jan14

golf day march 2014

table cricket report apr 2014

flag bearers mar 14