Click on the links below to find out the details of the income and expenditure of the Sports Funding Grant at
Barons Court Primary School and Nursery. Look out for the documents throughout the year to find out how we have used our funding each term during the academic year 2021-2022.
The Spending of the Sports Funding Grant 2021-2022
Throughout this academic year we will be continuing to enhance our provision for P.E. across the school. This year our focus is:
Key Indicator 1 - The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity
- Engaging all pupils in regular physical activity to ensure healthy active lifestyles - We will continue to ensure that all pupils throughout our school regularly participate in P.E. activities both within school and through our programme of extra curriculum activities.
- Embed a range of physical activities to promote and enhance children's well-being - This year we will be implementing a programme of well-being focused on relaxation and mindfulness.
- To provide pupils with opportunities to develop their cycling skills and be safe to cycle on the road by the end of Year 6 - We will be implementing our cycling curriculum across the school so that all children are able to ride their bikes both confidently and safely.
Key Indicator 2 - The profile of PE being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
- Offering a range of alternative sports for all phases to enable children to embed and master new skills - We will be building on the success of our tennis, golf and trampolining lessons within our curriculum in previous years to ensure that all children enjoy an alternative sporting experience in addition to the National Curriculum requirements.
- Encouraging more girls to participate in after school sporting clubs by offering gymnastics specialist coaches - Throughout the year we are aiming to engage with community specialist coaches to provide girls with a range of after school clubs based on their feedback from pupil voice surveys, which includes the children's request for a gymnastics club.
- To increase children's enthusiasm to compete in sporting events - Throughout the year we will be providing opportunities for team squads to share their achievements through social media opportunities and through sharing their skills with the wider school community.
Key Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
- Raising the profile of P.E. across the school for a tool for whole school improvement and increasing the confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching P.E. - We will continue to ensure our whole school commitment to excellent P.E. provision for all pupils through developing teacher expertise and providing a detailed professional development programme for all staff.
Key Indicator 4 - Children have a broad experience of a range of sports and activities which are offered to all children
- Continuing to enhance the existing provision for sporting clubs by providing extended provision until 5.30pm - Following stakeholder feedback we have continued to review our club provision and are implementing a variety of different sporting experiences after the school day.
- Broadening the experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils - We will continue to participate fully in borough wide sports activities and review termly the variety of clubs offered to our pupils.
Key Indicator 5 - Increased participation in competitive sport
- Increasing participation in competitive sport - We will continue to participate fully in borough wide sports competitions and embed a programme of inter-house competitions throughout the school year.
- Ensure pupils are aware of sporting activities and achievements across the school through both in school and out of school achievements - School competitions and out of school achievements are reported in the newsletter, website and the school app. Each sport squad will produce a report, either written or visually to share with the whole school community.