Sports Premium 2018-19

Dashwood Banbury Academy Sports Premium funding

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Dashwood Banbury Academy understands that the PE and School Sport Premium funding must be used to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport or to develop or add to the PE and sport activities that we, as a school, already offer. For this academic year (2018/2019) we aim to make improvements that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years by maximising the sustained impact of the premium by:

  • using qualified sports coaches to work with and mentor teachers to ensure the delivery of a broad and high-quality PE curriculum
  • through our North Oxfordshire School Sports Partnership affiliation, provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and school sport more effectively.
  • Physical Education Lead CPD for AfPE Level 6 Professionalism in Physical Education qualification
  • through our North Oxfordshire School Sports Partnership  affiliation, attend all Level 2 competitions and festival competitions, Junior Leadership Academy training
  • introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport – street dance, ballroom and latin dance, skipping, basketball
  • support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs
  • run sport competitions – run Level 1 Intra-Aspiration Family and Inter-Year group competitions for ALL
  • increase pupils’ participation in the School Games – Silver School Games mark received 2018/2019
  • run sports activities with other schools – attendance of Level 2 competition with Academy Trust primaries
  • encourage family engagement and understanding through innovative programmes – create links with the community through Chance2Shine Cricket. Signpost children to community clubs through Level 2 competition
  • encouraging family participation in active lifestyles through the ‘Fast Programme’ linked to the Brighter Futures Project. Sports and Recreation Officer to deliver After School Clubs and family clubs from January 2019

In response to The Childhood Obesity Plan that was launched on the 18 August 2016, Dashwood Banbury Academy are committed to finding solutions that help ensure that our young people are moving their bodies. The report states that nearly a third of children aged 2-15 are overweight or obese. Dashwood Banbury Academy understands that tackling childhood obesity requires us to take action. At Dashwood, we are committed to ensuring that our pupils participate in at least 30 minutes active curriculum time outside of their 2 hours of Physical Education and weekly swimming lessons (KS2). The 30 minutes daily exercise, during curriculum learning time is made up of a range of activities that are designed to reduce sedentary behaviour and increase physical activity in our young people: The Daily Mile, Go Noodle; NHS ‘Train Like A Jedi’ and Active Maths.

The PE Subject Coordinator has developed a deep understanding of how to ensure all our pupils at Dashwood Banbury Academy leave us for secondary school as physically literate young people. Through CPD with the North Oxfordshire School Sports Partnership and working on projects with the Youth Sports Trust, Dashwood is providing a PE curriculum, School Sport and extra-curricular opportunities for all through physical literacy. This approach motivates pupils and gives them the confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding that provides our children with the movement foundation for a lifelong participation in physical activity.

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This full document reports on:

  • Impact review of previous academic year 2017/2018 
  • Dashwood Banbury Academy Sports Premium Action Plan/Vision for 2018/2019.
  • School Sports Premium funding 2018/2019. Awaiting confirmation of Dashwood Banbury Academy funding for the current academic year 2018/2019.