School Buy In

The NWLSSP currently offers three different Buy In Offers for primary schools and a set Buy In Offer for secondary and special schools.  There are currently 36 primary schools, 6 secondary schools and 1 special school who take up these offers.  We have SLAs in place with all of our schools for these Buy In Offers until August 2020.  Details about what is contained in the Buy In Offers and which schools take them up are below.  It is important to note that these are the minimum levels of service we expect to deliver to each school each year as we constantly seek opportunities to attract additional funding or enhance our services where possible to meet the changing needs of our schools.  For the primary school offers there is a fixed cost, plus an additional per pupil fee.

To find out more about the NWLSSP School Buy In Offers please contact Stuart Johnson: sjohnson@kinged.org.uk

 

Primary School Buy In Offers

Option Per Child Benefits Cost
1 £5 Access to School Games events and competitions facilitated by the NWLSSP at Level’s 1, 2 and 3.  

 

£2,500

 

 

3 PE Coordinator training and development meetings per academic year.
Leadership and volunteering support for Young Leaders

  • Playcoach
  • Bronze Ambassadors
At Least 1 mass participation festival for the school
Membership of the North West Leicestershire Primary School Sports Association, which entitles entry into:

  • Rose Bowl & Kirby Shield Football
  • NWL Cross Country Series
  • Area Athletics (Safron Lane)
Support to achieve Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum School Games Mark (Government recognised kite mark for PE and School Sport)
Expert advice around PE / School Sport policy and sharing of best practice
Support to identify and apply for relevant sources of external funding to improve the PE and School Sport provision.
Opportunities to access programmes and funding sourced externally by NWLSSP that may improve the schools provision of PE, school sport and physical activity.
Links to local community sports clubs that provide appropriate exit routes for young people to continue their participation in their chosen sport/s.
Equipment loan scheme
Youth Sport Trust Level 1 membership

School Take Up: Ashby Willesley Primary School, Griffydam Community Primary, Heather Primary, Holy Cross Catholic Primary, Ibstock Junior School, Measham Church of England Primary, Saint Charles’ Catholic Primary, Saint Clare’s Catholic Primary, Thringstone Primary School and Worthington Primary School.

 

Option Per Child Benefits Cost
2 £5 To deliver everything in Option 1 PLUS  

 

£3,000

 

 

Access to a high quality demand driven CPD calendar for Primary School staff.  1 place for each school, additional places on courses may be available depending on take up and some expensive courses may require an additional contribution.
1 x whole staff meeting or INSET training opportunities delivered by NWLSSP staff.  Training to be agreed between NWLSSP and school.  Examples of training could include but are not limited to – competition format training e.g. quicksticks hockey. – teaching high quality curriculum P.E such as gymnastics. – promoting physical activity and the associated benefits of cross curricular delivery. – developing links to community clubs in the school catchment.
Networks and inductions set up for any new ‘employed’ individuals in our wider NWLSSP workforce across the schools e.g. apprentices (not accessible to ‘sports coaching company’ staff)
2 places for higher attaining Y6 pupils on day trip to Loughborough College (or other suitable FE institute), exploring potential future educational opportunities in sporting sector.

School Take Up: All Saints Church of England Primary, Belvoirdale Community Primary, Broom Leys Primary School, Donisthorpe Primary, Ellistown Community Primary, Hugglescote Community Primary School, Moira Primary, Newton Burgoland Primary School, Warren Hills Community Primary School and Whitwick St John the Baptist Church of England Primary School.

 

Option Per Child Benefits Cost
3 £5 To deliver everything in Options 1 and 2 PLUS  

 

£5,500

 

 

3 (total) x whole staff meeting or INSET training opportunities delivered by NWLSSP staff.  Training to be agreed between NWLSSP and school.  Examples of training could include but are not limited to – competition format training e.g. quicksticks hockey. – teaching high quality curriculum P.E such as gymnastics. – promoting physical activity and the associated benefits of cross curricular delivery. – developing links to community clubs in the school catchment.
Access to full time PE & School Sport Multi Sport Coaches employed through NWLSSP.

  • Full time coaches employed, coordinated and managed through NWLSSP on behalf of schools in small clusters supporting curriculum CPD alongside Teachers, fun festivals, breakfast, lunchtime and after school club support.
  • 5 day support a week, year round term time for all Primary Schools with central appointment, management, training and timetabling and ongoing CPD.
  • 0.5 day support will be changed each half term e.g. Autumn term 1 Monday pm, Autumn term 2 Tuesday am to ensure access to as many classes as possible across the academic year.
Quality assurance support regarding Apprentice, Coach and Teacher recruitment.

School Take Up: Albert Village Community Primary School, Ashby – de – la – Zouch Church of England Primary School, Ashby Hill Top Primary School, Blackfordby St Margaret’s Church of England Primary School, Dovebank Primary School, New Swannington Primary, Newbold Church of England Primary School, Oakthorpe Primary School, Packington Church of England Primary School, Sir John Moore Church of England Primary School, Snarestone Church of England Primary School, St Denys Church of England Infant School, Swannington Church of England Primary School, Viscount Beaumont Church of England Primary, Woodcote Primary School and Woodstone Community Primary School.

 

KS3/4 Buy In Offer

Option Per Child Benefits Cost
1 £3 Access to School Games events and competitions facilitated by the NWLSSP at Level’s 1, 2 and 3.  £0
Access to a high quality demand driven CPD calendar for PE Teachers.  1st place free for each school, additional places on courses may be available depending on take up but will incur an additional cost.  Some specialist courses may also require a contribution from the school.
Leadership and volunteering support for Young Leaders.  This includes as a minimum:

  • Delivering recognised training courses such as Sports Leaders UK Level 1 and 2 and NGB affiliated leadership opportunities.
  • Opportunities for practical leadership experience supporting NWLSSP staff to deliver the competition and events programme.
  • Silver and Gold Ambassador training and support for talented and committed sports leaders.
Access to projects targeting groups of pupils to improve attitudes and participation rates in PE, school sport or physical activity.  This could include but not limited to:

  • Inactive Girls / Boys
  • Alternative Sport provision
  • Loughborough University visit for pupils considering future opportunities / careers in sport.
Support to achieve Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum School Games Mark.
Expert advice around PE / School Sport policy and sharing of best practice
Support to identify and apply for relevant sources of external funding to improve the PE and School Sport provision.
Links to local community sports clubs that provide appropriate exit routes for young people to continue their participation in their chosen sport/s.
NWLSSP staff support at 1 school event each year where additional capacity or expertise maybe required e.g. Sports Day.
Equipment loan scheme
Youth Sport Trust Level 1 membership

School Take Up: Ashby School, Castle Rock High School, Ibstock Community College, Ivanhoe College, King Edward VII Science & Sports College and Newbridge High School.

 

KS5 Option

Option Per Child Benefits Additional Fixed Cost
  £1 Access to all School Games and additional events and competitions facilitated by the NWLSSP at Level’s 1, 2 and 3. £0
Leadership and volunteering support for Elite Young Leaders.  This includes as a minimum:

·        Delivering recognised training courses such as Sports Leaders UK Level 1 and 2 and NGB affiliated leadership opportunities.

·        Opportunities for practical leadership experience supporting NWLSSP staff to deliver the competition and events programme.

·        Gold Ambassador training and support for talented and committed sports leaders.

·        Support to access additional leadership support such as the County Elite Leadership Academy.

Expert advice around PE / School Sport policy and sharing of best practice
Support to identify and apply for relevant sources of external funding to improve the PE and School Sport provision.
Links to local community sports clubs that provide appropriate exit routes for young people to continue their participation in their chosen sport/s.
Equipment loan scheme
Youth Sport Trust Level 1 membership