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Millbrook Vision for PE and School Sport
A measurable and sustained improvement in school PE and sport, underpinned by high quality teaching that increases participation levels in physical activity and leads to healthier pupils who are motivated and more engaged across the whole curriculum.

“Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this” (DfE, June 2013)

Extra PE funding was introduced by the Government in September 2013.  It is allocated to schools on the basis that:

  • There is an increase in participation rates in such activities as games, dance, gymnastics, swimming and athletics.
  • There is an increase and greater success in competitive school sports.
  • That the PE curriculum becomes more inclusive.
  • There is a growth in the range of provisional and alternative sporting activities.
  • There is an improvement in partnership work on physical education with other schools and local partners.
  • That there are links with other subjects that contribute to pupils’ overall achievement and their greater social, spiritual, moral and cultural skills.
  • That there is a greater awareness amongst pupils about dangers of obesity, smoking and other such activities that undermine pupil’s health.

At Millbrook teaching PE and healthy living is a high priority.  We see keeping active as an essential part of life and a habit that needs to be encouraged and celebrated.  Competition is seen as an important element of life and as a result we regularly hold a wide variety of competitions for all children, both within the school day and as part of the wider community. This is reflected in our House System which has a high profile within the school.  We encourage healthy living and our commitment to this is reflected in the cooking interventions, our introduction of JIGSAW, a scheme that promotes a healthy attitude to life skills, our cycling project, the Change for Life Project and our Healthy School Week.

Funding for 2016 – 2017

Allocated Government Funds = £8000 + (£5 x 311 pupils) = £9555

In 2016 – 2017 Millbrook will

  • More than match the funding that has been allocated by the government.
  • Teach quality PE lessons to all classes.
  • Facilitate swimming for Year 3 children for the whole year.
  • Enter tournaments and competitions in the wider community (Academy schools and wider community).
  • Continue to put on ‘House’ sports events that encourage competition within the school.
  • Provide CPD for all staff but on top of that, specific training for relevant staff.
  • Provide specialised sessions for talented pupils in Years 5 and 6.
  • Introduce Sports Leaders and address the gender gap and barriers to success
  • Have days that introduce children to new sports.
  • Have a variety of active after school clubs.
  • Continue to provide a variety of organised activities at lunchtimes using Play Leaders, MDSAs and the school’s Sports Coordinator.
  • Purchase extra sports kit so there is minimal non-participants.
  • Continue to develop resources.
  • Purchase the BRONZE package from SSSP, allowing for access to CPD and competitions in Swindon.
  • Introduce more sports awards for specific in house competitions.
  • Continue with the Change4Life programme promoting activity for all.

Funding for 2015 – 2016

Allocated Government Funds = £8000 + (£5 x 273 pupils) = £9365.00
In 2015-2016 Millbrook provided:

  • Swimming for children in Year 3 and 4 .
  • Sports Coach to teach quality lessons for one and half days per week.
  • Sports Coach to team teach for staff professional development.
  •  CPD for the whole teaching staff
  • Additional CPD for PE and Sports Co-ordinator
  • Additional tuition for those children talented in PE (KS2)
  • Additional tuition for reluctant participants and under-achievers in PE
  • Sports events that encourage competition within the Link cluster and with other Swindon schools
  • Taster sessions for new and minority sports
  • A variety of active after school clubs.
  • Links with community sports clubs
  • Active lunchtimes that provide a variety of organised activities using play leaders and MDSAs.

What the School Implemented Impact Cost
The school employed specialist sport coaches
  • Children in lower KS2 benefited from a year of focused swimming.
  • Those children in year 3/4 not swimming had quality specialised gymnastic and dance sessions.
  • Once a week talented children in Years 5 and 6 were challenged with specific sports coaching.
  • Specialised coaching was been placed where teachers’ expertise lies elsewhere.
  • Specialised sports days.
  • Fun runs ie. Sports Relief
£25862.00
Swimming for children in Year 3 and 4
  • Year 3 and 4 children have subsidised swimming lessons.
£1300.00
A greater number of sports/active clubs
  • Children had/have a greater choice depending on their interest, including street hockey provided by Swindon Wildcats
£440.00
An increase in the number of competitions entered
  • Children in KS2 had more opportunities to experience greater competition, both inter and intra school level in a range of sport and physical activity.
£105.00
Play leaders were introduced at lunch times and an increased number of activities are now provided for children during this time
  • Less active Year 6 have been trained to run some lunchtime activities.
  • Children have choice and are more active with dance, netball, football and summer sports as options at lunchtime.
n/a
Change for life club
  • Less active and under achieving PE students participate in a PE intervention to work on fitness,core strength and confidence.
  • Creative Kids examined ways of changing their lifestyle to make it as healthy as possible
n/a
CPD

PE Conference

  • CPD has been disseminated to team leaders and staff with the following focus: differentiated tasks to suit all abilities, physical exertion in PE lessons, higher able learners to take on coaching and leadership roles.
  • All teaching staff received professional development for the teaching of dance
£448.90£250.00
Cooking interventions with PP and EAL children
  • Purchasing up to date equipment resources
  • Children have made food from ingredients provided by the school and been made aware of healthy eating.
n/a
Healthy School Week
  • Children experienced many different activities that made the connection between healthy eating and the importance of fitness.
n/a
Cycling Project
  • Enabling all children to ride a bike. With the support of Halfords, the local police and members of the community we have collected and repaired a selection of bikes and are teaching children to ride them in small groups.
£500.00
Total Spent £28905.90