Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
GOV.UKPE and sport premium for primary schools.
During the academic year 2022/2023, we at Barden Primary School:
- bought into the Burnley Sports Partnership
- Provided specialist coaches to aid and support teaching staff with the delivery of P.E. in school.
- Released our P.E. coordinator to help with the development of the staff across a number of areas of the P.E. curriculum.
- Provided CPD opportunities for staff to develop any weaknesses in the curriculum
- Hired specialist sports coaches to deliver quality extra-curricular clubs.
- Delivered Change for life sessions to a wider proportion of children.
- Provided more opportunities for inactive children to participate in sport, through the use of a hired sport coach.
- Provided opportunities for lower key stage two children to complete their level one in Bikeabilty.
- Provided opportunities for upper key stage two children to complete their level two and three in Bikeabilty.
- Gave the opportunity and encouraged the involvement of children as sports ambassadors, attending meetings with other schools in the cluster.
- increased the amount of competitive sporting opportunities available to all children both in and out of school through intra and inter competitions
- provide a wider range of extra-curricular sports clubs available to both key stage one and two during lunchtimes
- bought into specialist coaches that delivered enrichment activities to a range of classes, providing a different sporting experience.
- Enabled the use of a full time sports coach at Barden. Support was provided in key areas, such as; P.E. lessons, CPD, intervention, competition involvement, raising the profile of sport within school and the community.
- Achieved the Burnley community primary school of the year for our contributions to sport and physical activity.
During the academic year 2023-2024, we at Barden Primary School will aim to:
- Buy into the Burnley School sports partnership
- Release our PE subject lead in order to support teaching staff with the delivery of PE in school and future CPD opportunities.
- To enable the sports specialist to support all staff across Early years, key stage 1 and key stage two to provide support in planning, teaching and assessment.
- To develop interventions to target children who need to develop certain areas of fundamental movement skills and to target levels of physical inactivity.
- To instill an enrichment program providing disadvantaged children a chance to take part in physical sporting activities they wouldn’t necessarily have a chance to engage in.
- To use specialist coaches to provide extra-curricular activities to children in KS2
- Provide tots on tyres for children in EYFS.
- Provide opportunities for LKS2 to take part in Bikeability level 1
- Provide opportunities for UKS2 to take part in Bikeability level 2 and 3.
- To enable SSCo to provide CPD for staff and to support in the monitoring of the sports premium.
- To engage in cluster competitions within the community focussing on participation for all children in school and giving children opportunities to take part in competitive sport against children from other schools.
- To hold inter and intra school competitions to promote higher levels of competitiveness within the school.
- To promote sports and exercise in the school through sports related days and events
- To invite external agencies and specialists to promote sport as a tool for physical activity and wellbeing
- To provide staff with opportunities to develop their own practice with targeted CPD.
- To develop sustainable links with clubs in the community to promote pathways into sport and exercise for all children.
- To provide inactive children with the opportunity to engage in extra-curricular clubs in school
- Give the opportunity and encourage the involvement of children as sports ambassadors, attending meetings with other schools in the cluster.