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Sports Premium Impact Statement Summer Term 2017

During this term we saw continued success of the use of Sports Premium funding to subsidise our club offer; increasing opportunities for all children to engage in after school sports. Extra-curricular sports have enabled pupils to participate in inter school competitions in sports such as cross country, football, hockey, tennis, cricket, handball, swimming, gymnastics, dodgeball netball, multi-skills, golf and athletics. We have enjoyed particular success this term in Football, Tennis, Basketball, Cricket, Swimming, Athletics and Cross Country. In House Training has continued for play leaders to support lunchtime activities facilitated by lunchtime supervisors and teaching assistants. Funding has included a wider range of equipment to support the curriculum and competitive sports such as basketball, balancability and athletics. Further support has been given for the accommodation of sports equipment such as 20 bicycles.

Throughout the year Bells Farm have continued to participate in a wide variety of sports and competed with a high degree of success in school games competitions.

• Football League Runners Up
• 2nd Place Y4 School games Gymnastics
• Individual 1st and 3rd Places for Y4 Gymnastics
• Bronze Medal Y1 and 2 Gymnastics
• Y3 and 4 School Games 5 a side Competition
• Hockey School Games Runners Up
• 2nd Place Y2 Multi-Skills School Games competition
• 3rd Place in Y1 Multi -Skills School Games Competition
• Basketball winners of group stage and 2nd place in the school games finals
• Winners in the Y5/6 School games Swimming Gala
• 4th place Netball out of nine teams and participating
• Runners up in School games Y4 Tennis
• 2nd Place in School Games Y6 Cricket
• 2nd place for Year 4 in Cross Country
• 3rd PlaceYear 4 in Super 4s Athletics

Intra school competition takes place at lunchtimes in conjunction with the training of Play Leaders and Sports Ambassadors. Opportunities for children to not only participate in sport but organise games, competitions and sports days give ownership of school sport amongst pupils. In addition to this tournaments organised such as intra table tennis and tennis tournaments have been completed in preparation for the inter-school competitions scheduled in the Summer Term.
Two members of staff have received CPD through the employment of our PE co-ordinator and have indicated increased confidence in the delivery of gymnastics and games. Continued curricular support has been provided by Active Sports for Year 5 and 6 Girls Netball. Deployment of Teaching Assistants at lunchtime has ensured equal access to equipment and activities provided. Additional basketball posts for the playground have been purchased and adjustments to the existing hall basketball nets have been made.
Through targeting specific pupils identified by teaching staff and SENCo, the impact of participation in sport on attendance and behaviour can be monitored along with data compiled for all school groups. A member of staff has been trained in the Change for Life programme and is working with a group of targeted pupils to participate in the Change for Life Club. Participation in extra-curricular sport has increased on average by a further 9% across all year groups in the Year 2016-17 term. Bells Farm was also achieved the Youth Sport Trust Silver award for participation in competitive sport and the School Games Silver award for the delivery of quality PE and competitive sport.

Membership of the Kings Heath Boys School Sports Partnership has ensured opportunities for children to compete in a comprehensive range of sports. A programme of CPD for staff has been accessed including further CPD for the School Sport Co-ordinator.

Clubs Supported in Summer Term included:-
Multi-Skills KS1
Athletics
Football
Running
Fun and Fit club
Table Tennis
Netball

See below for impact on percentage participation of all year groups:

Percentage of Pupils accessing Extra-curricular Physical Activity after School and at lunchtime.

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Sports Premium Impact Statement Autumn Term 2016

During this term we saw continued success of the use of Sports Premium funding to subsidise our club offer; increasing opportunities for all children to engage in after school sports. Extra-curricular sports have enabled pupils to participate in inter school competitions in sports such as cross country, football, hockey, tennis, cricket, netball, handball, dodgeball and athletics. We have enjoyed particular success this term in Football, Tennis, Basketball and Hockey. Training has continued for play leaders to support lunchtime activities facilitated by lunchtime supervisors and teaching assistants – further refresher training will be provided in the Spring Term 2017. Funding has included a wider range of equipment to support the curriculum and competitive sports such as basketball, hockey and athletics. Further support has been given to the accommodation of sports equipment such as 20 bicycles and additional basketball posts so that equipment can be easily accessed from the playground.

Throughout the year Bells Farm have continued to participate in a wide variety of sports and competed with a high degree of success in school games competitions.

• Y3 and 4 School Games 5 a side Competition
• Hockey School Games Runners up
• Basketball winners of group stage and 2nd place in the school games finals
• Runners up in School games Y5/6 Tennis
• Basketball Birmingham South Area Finalists
• Basketball School Games 2nd Place
• Dodgeball 3rd place Y5/6
• Handball 3rd place Y5/6
• Tennis Y5/6 runners up
• Gymnastics Y3/4 achieved 3rd place in British Gymnastics Keys Steps Competition Birmingham South

Intra school competition takes place at lunchtimes in conjunction with the training of Play Leaders. Opportunities for children to not only participate in sport but organise games and competitions gives ownership of school sport amongst pupils. In addition to this tournaments organised such as intra table tennis and tennis tournaments have been completed in preparation for the inter-school competitions scheduled in the Autumn and Spring Term.
Two members of staff have received CPD through the employment of our PE co-ordinator and have indicated increased confidence in the delivery of gymnastics and games. Continued curricular support has been provided by a Netball coach in years 5 and 6. Deployment of Teaching Assistants at lunchtime has ensured equal access to equipment and activities provided. Additional basketball posts for the playground have been purchased and adjustments to the existing hall basketball nets have been made.
Through targeting specific pupils identified by teaching staff and SENCo, the impact of participation in sport on attendance and behaviour can be monitored along with data compiled for all school groups. A member of staff has been trained in the Change for Life programme and is working with a group of targeted pupils to participate in the Change for Life Club. Participation in extra-curricular sport has increased on average by a further 10% across all year groups in the Autumn term. Bells Farm was also achieved the Youth Sport Trust Silver award for participation in competitive sport and the School Games Silver award for the delivery of quality PE and competitive sport. The Silver award is set to be upgraded to Gold in the Year 2017-18.

Membership of the Kings Heath School Sports Partnership has ensured opportunities for children to compete in a comprehensive range of sports. A programme of CPD for staff has been accessed including further CPD for the School Sport Co-ordinator in the Autumn term ( Outstanding Teaching in Games and the remainder of year on the Youth Sport Trust PE Co-ordinators course.

Clubs Supported in the Autumn Term included:-
Multi-Skills KS1
Tennis
Athletics
Football
Running
Fun and Fit club
Netball
Basketball

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Sports Premium Impact Statement Summer Term 2016

During this term we saw continued success of the use of Sports Premium funding to subsidise our club offer; increasing opportunities for all children to engage in after school sports. Extra-curricular sports have enabled pupils to participate in inter school competitions in sports such as cross country, football, hockey, tennis, cricket netball, multi-skills and athletics. We have enjoyed particular success this term in Football, Tennis and Cricket. Training has continued for play leaders to support lunchtime activities facilitated by lunchtime supervisors and teaching assistants. Funding has included a wider range of equipment to support the curriculum and competitive sports such as basketball, hockey and athletics. Further support has been given to the accommodation of sports equipment such as 20 bicycles and additional basketball posts.

Throughout the year Bells Farm have continued to participate in a wide variety of sports and competed with a high degree of success in school games competitions.

• Football League Winners
• Y3 and 4 School Games 5 a side Competition
• Hockey School Games Champions
• Winners of Y2 Multi-Skills School Games competition
• 3rd place in Y1 Multi -Skills School Games Competition
• Basketball winners of group stage and 2nd place in the school games finals
• 3rd place in the School games Swimming Gala
• 4th place Netball out of nine teams and participating
• Runners up in School games Y4 Tennis
• School Games Y5 Cricket out of 26 teams
• School Games Y6 Cricket 3rd Place
• Girls 7 aside Football team finished runners up in the Summer League 2016

Intra school competition takes place at lunchtimes in conjunction with the training of Play Leaders and Sports Ambassadors. Opportunities for children to not only participate in sport but organise games and competitions gives ownership of school sport amongst pupils. In addition to this tournaments organised such as intra table tennis and tennis tournaments have been completed in preparation for the inter-school competitions scheduled in the Summer Term.

Two members of staff have received CPD through the employment of our PE co-ordinator and have indicated increased confidence in the delivery of gymnastics and games. Continued curricular support has been provided by Aston Villa soccer coaches in years 4, 5 and 6. Deployment of Teaching Assistants at lunchtime has ensured equal access to equipment and activities provided. Additional basketball posts for the playground have been purchased and adjustments to the existing hall basketball nets have been made.

Through targeting specific pupils identified by teaching staff and SENCo, the impact of participation in sport on attendance and behaviour can be monitored along with data compiled for all school groups. A member of staff has been trained in the Change for Life programme and is working with a group of targeted pupils to participate in the Change for Life Club. Participation in extra-curricular sport has increased on average by a further 15% across all year groups in the Year 2015-16 term. Bells Farm was also achieved the Youth Sport Trust Silver award for participation in competitive sport and the School Games Bronze award for the delivery of quality PE and competitive sport. The Bronze award has now been upgraded to Silver for the Year 2015-16.

Membership of the Baverstock School Sports Partnership (now named the King Heath Partnership) has ensured opportunities for children to compete in a comprehensive range of sports. A programme of CPD for staff has been accessed including further CPD for the School Sport Co-ordinator in the Autumn term ( Outstanding Teaching in Gymnastics and the remainder of year on the Youth Sport Trust PE Co-ordinators course).

Clubs Supported in the Summer Term included:
Multi-Skills KS1
Dance (external)
Tennis
Athletics
Football
Running
Fun and Fit club
Table Tennis

See below for impact on percentage participation of all year groups:

Percentage of Pupils accessing Extra-curricular Physical Activity after School and at lunchtime.

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