Bishop Gilpin Church of England Primary School

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PE and Sport Premium

Background

The Department of Education is providing all primary schools with additional funding to improve the provision of PE and sport. The funding calculation is based on the number of children at the school.

For 2016-2017, Bishop Gilpin received £9,930 in 2 instalments.  (May 2016 - £4,140, Nov 2016 - £5,790)

As a school, we have allocated the funds on the continuation and expansion of extra-curricular sports clubs and competition opportunities, led by Alec Smail and Louisa Jones (Fit for Sport). 

This has included:

  • Continuing to provide excellent extra-curricular training for football, tag rugby, gymnastics, and netball, as well as funding for staff to take children to competitions). This has fed through to improved results in matches against other schools, please see below (£4,700 grant + £3,000 school funds);
  • Lunchtime activities and competitions to give all children the opportunity to participate in a wide range of sports (£1,300);
  • Hiring of astroturf facilities from neighbouring secondary school Ricards Lodge to improve both quality and quantity of PE (£2,300);
  • Continuing our membership with Merton School Sports Partnership, allowing us to compete regularly in a range of inter-school competitions and festivals. MSSP also provide a vast range of CPD opportunities for staff development (£1,250);
  • Investing in new and replacement equipment to maintain and improve the quality of PE delivery, lunchtime activities and extra-curricular clubs (£780). 

 This had led to:

  • Increased volume of pupils representing the school in teams with self- arranged inter school competitions and fixtures (52% across KS2 April 2017 - 134 children in total). This percentage is due to increase by the end of summer term as more fixtures are coming through.

 

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Year 6

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58 Children

 

  • Increased pupil awareness of the importance of sport in achieving a healthy lifestyle.
  • Outstanding performances and sporting achievements at cluster, borough and pan-London levels:

 

Achievements in 2016-2017

  • Year 5&6 Sports hall athletics– 1st Place in borough heat.
  • Year 5&6 Football – 1st Place in both Wimbledon and borough competitions.
  • Year 5&6 Girls Football – 1st place in both Wimbledon and borough competitions.
  • Year 5&6 Tag Rugby – 1st Place in Wimbledon & borough competitions and London champions!!
  • Year 5&6 Hockey – 1st Place in borough competitions.
  • Year 5&6 Netball – 2nd place in Wimbledon & 5th place in borough competitions.
  • Year 5&6 Challenge Run – Girls placed 1st Overall and Boys Placed 2nd Overall in borough competition.
  • Year 5&6 Cricket - 1st Place in Wimbledon competitions.