Physical Education & School Sport Funding Statement of Intent

On the 16th March 2014 the Prime Minister committed £150 million a year for an initial two years to improve the quality of and opportunities for PE and sport in schools.

With the Governments renewed commitment to improve the quality of and opportunities for PE and sport in schools through the Sports Premium, Hollywood were allocated an initial £10,000  for the first and subsequent  academic years.

Year 1 Proposed spending

2014-15 £700 to support transport costs for non-swimmers in achieving government standard of 25m in an intensive swimming programme before leaving Primary School £3300 for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for staff, through partnerships with other local schools; Baverstock Sports College and Bishop Challoner Sports College, through INSET and through attendance and running of both inter and intra school competitions. Access to governing body programmes such as Chance to Shine with Warwickshire Cricket Club for CPD and competition, British Gymnastics and Youth Sport Trust membership. £6000 to fund our Sailing programme at Edgbaston Reservoir for children, who can swim a minimum of 25m. Actual figure closer to £7875 last year, £7312 this year not including cover costs.

Impact Statement (Spring 2014)

This year, Hollywood Primary School has sought to use the Sports Premium Allocation to promote opportunities for all, through additional curriculum activity, gifted and talented clubs, extended school competition programmes and by supporting the intensive swimming programme.

We have been delighted to be able to engage so many children across the school in both after-school and in-school activity through the school house system.

The inter-school provision has been delivered in partnership with Baverstock Sports College School Games Co-ordinator Phil Homer alongside our PE Coordinator and other like-minded teachers within South Birmingham. PE has been taught alongside class teachers with a focus on extending activities/lessons for the most able. The Inter-school competitions have been delivered in partnership with Baverstock and Phil Homer has offered Hollywood participate in 4 inter-school competitions in a range of different sports including Y5/6 basketball (included a Y4 Gifted and talented child), Y1-4 Gymnastics (including G&T), Y2&Y1 Whole Year Group Multisports and Y4 Tennis. Success in Basketball meant a place in Birmingham school games finals.

The intensive swimming programme has led to 3 groups of 30 children (Y6-Y3) being transported to Cocksmoor Woods Leisure Centre. This has meant 90 children have been supported to achieve their 25-metre badge! 85 % of these children were successful! Well done to you all!

Staff attended CPD provided by Baverstock Sports Partnership to support, the delivery of PE in whole school Gymnastics and KS1 physical literacy

Impact Statement (Summer Term)

During the summer 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.  Our gifted and talented pupils were included in clubs led by Tanworth Cricket Club and continued with Wythall Gym club (some joined the main club), whilst the introduction of the pupil selected clubs, Y1 dance at lunch and Whole School extended running club also Y5 chess and KS2 orchestra (not sporty), have proved incredibly popular, particularly with those who had not previously attended an extra curricular club. 

Partnership with Baverstock enabled us to train 10 Y5/6 pupils as Play Leaders, who will take over from our departing play leaders in the summer. Throughout this term they have been incredibly proactive, helping deliver sports day, and engaging large numbers during their daily lunchtime games sessions. Well done to you all!

More intra school competitions took place within house competition and inter school competitions included Y5 Tag Rugby Y5 Cricket (through Chance to Shine curriculum sessions led by a cricket coach), Y3-5 Golf, Y5/6 Swimming, Y5/6 netball and Y5/6 Athletics (including Y4 G&T). Success in Golf and Athletics resulted Birmingham Schools Games final places. The whole of Y4 also participated in Chance 2 shine competition at a local cricket club after their curriculum sessions led by a cricket coach). The extended running club participated in a local school race over a mile and won the team award.

2 staff attended cricket CPD and our PE co-ordinator attended advanced cricket CPD through the Chance to shine scheme, funded through the support of the Baverstock Partnership.

60 children (who could swim 25m) over 6 weeks received sailing tuition as part of our sailing programme. 100% of the children achieved RYA stage 1 award after sailing oppies; either in pairs or individually, rigging or derigging a boat, learning boat parts and knots, also successfully correcting a capsized vessel. All children will work towards stage 2 next year.

As a result of their week of sailing 2 children continued attending sailing sessions at Edgbaston reservoir and qualified for the Birmingham Schools Sailing Regatta. One child earned an individual bronze and Hollywood claimed the Overall team award.

The whole school has now benefitted from the in-school provision delivered in partnership with Baverstock Partnership and Warwickshire Cricket Club.  95% of teacher evaluations rated the sessions as very or extremely effective, having significant impact on their teaching and on the children’s learning.

Year 2 Proposed spending 2015-16

After the success of the last year’s funding and in line with the Government’s proprieties for the funding; an improvement in the quality of physical education and physical literacy and an increase in participation levels in competitive sport, Hollywood will allocate the funding for this year as follows

£3000 for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for staff, through partnerships with other local schools; Baverstock Sports College and Bishop Challoner Sports College, through INSET and through attendance and running of both inter and intra school competitions. Access to governing body programmes such as Chance to Shine with Warwickshire Cricket Club for CPD and competition, British Gymnastics and Youth Sport Trust membership.

£7000 to continue funding fund our Sailing programme at Edgbaston Reservoir for children, who can swim a minimum of 25m.

Impact Statement 2015-2016

Children across the school during 2015-16 have continued to have access to a large number of clubs that have been offered free by Hollywood. Many of these have led to opportunities to participate in competition within the Baverstock Sports Partnership and Birmingham School games, winning both Handball and Basketball competitions against other school in the city. Hollywood have this year have again achieved the school games Bronze award in recognition of their involvement of children in extra- curricular activities and leadership within PE in school.

See files Club Participation 2015-16
Competition 2015-16

Staff and children have received training from courses provided by the school sports partnership, this includes 25 children who became play leaders, which meant they supported and lead lunchtime activities, run events at sportsday and competitions after school.

See File CPD 2015 

90 children (who can swim 25m) again went sailing over a 6 week period learning how to rig and sail an ‘Oppie’ in pairs, more able children got the opportunity to sail independently with some attending a sailing regatta in the summer. Swimming was disrupted by the closure of Cocksmoors Swimming pool and only 30 children had the opportunity to swim, this will be improved next year and more funding put in to support this. See file Swimming and sailing 2015-16

Year 3 Proposed spending 2016-17

£4,500 Sailing – A reduction because the school now has their own transport for 90 children who can swim 25m will have the opportunity to sail, 35 previous sailors will now be attempting stage 2 of their sailing award 55 new sailors will start level one with the opportunity to participate in a sailing regatta and join a sailing academy.

£3,500 - Membership of the Baverstock School Sports Partnership (now named the King Heath Partnership) will ensure opportunities for children to compete in a comprehensive range of sports. A programme of CPD for staff will be accessed including balaceability for Year1 and Reception, playleading for Years 5 and 6 and access to external cricket support, additional clubs, British Gymnastics, PE Hub and the Youth Sport Trust. Hollywood will continue to provide clubs to access events within the partnership and look to increase the involvement of girls within clubs across the school.

£2,000 - Will be used to support the swimming lessons of 90 children from Y3-6 to achieve the 25m in swimming, currently 68% of Y5 can swim 25m this will be increased to 80%. We will also be increasing numbers across Y3-4. This will provide them with a life skill for safety when by water, increasing opportunities to join swimming clubs and go sailing in the future.