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Warden Hill Junior School

Sports Premium 2019-20

Vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium

ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following objectives and indicators:            

To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must lead to long lasting impact against the vision (above) that will live on well beyond the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.      

We are hoping that at Warden Hill Junior School, we will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

  1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. increased participation in competitive sport

 

Academic Year Total Funding Allocation Total Amount Spent
2019-20 £20,300 £21,715

 

 

PE and Sports Premium Action Plan for 2019-20

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - kick- starting healthy active lifestyles.

Objectives Key Actions Funding Anticipated Outcomes

To develop lunchtime activities provided.

To encourage pupils to be involved in a variety of sports.

  • Additional TA staff to lead structured PE activities.
  • Use Think Sport coaches to provide a variety of different sports to Year 3 and 4 at lunchtimes.

£2,850

 

£5,776

 

 

  • Increased happiness and enjoyment in school.
  • Children exposed to a variety of different sports and having an increased amount of physical activity.
  • Fewer incidents of poor behaviour at lunchtimes.
  • Increased physical activity and enjoyment for targeted children.

To allow children to develop basic First Aid training.

  • Contribution to whole school First Aid workshops.
£250
  • All children will have a basic understanding of First Aid.

To ensure that children can cycle safely through Bikeability training.

To promote safe cycling, walking, scootering to and from school.

  • Training for Year 5 children.
  • Cycling events throughout the year- Bike it, Bling you bike, Walk to school.

£500

  • All children in Year 5 to receive cycle training within the curriculum.
  • School to achieve Modeshift award.
To increase the amount of physical activity the children are engaged in.
  • Sports Week
  • Olympic Week
  • Daily Mile
  • Circus Skills

£800

£350

  • Whole school to take part in a variety of activities during designated weeks including The Daily Mile, sports involved with the 2020 Olympics.
To provide a variety of before and after school sports related clubs.
  • A wide range of sporting clubs eg: Football, dodgeball, tennis, cheerleading

 £500 (facilities)

  • Increase pupil involvement of out of school hours sporting clubs.

Indicator 2:  The increased profile of PE and Sport across the school as a whole school for whole school improvement.

Objectives Key Points Funding Anticipated Outcomes
To share sporting successes with parents and the local community
  • All participants of sporting fixtures to receive a certificate.
  • Regular features on school newsletters
  • School website to feature reports from children.
  • Sports and Travel Buddy noticeboards regularly updated.
  • Regular contributions from children in assemblies regarding PE activities and extracurricular events.
  • Inform local papers of sporting events and successes.

£100

  • Sporting success regularly reported and displayed.

To ensure that children are aware of important world sporting fixtures.

To ensure that the children are aware of the importance of a healthy lifestyle including diet, exercise and mental health issues.
  • All children to take part in both Sport’s Week (Spring Term) and Olympic week (Summer Term).
  • To book an athlete to work with the whole school.

Reference Indicator 1 -Olympic week

  • Whole school to take part in a variety of sporting activities eg ‘The Daily Mile, athletic workshops.

 

Indicator 3: The increased profile of PE and Sport across the school as a school for whole school improvement.

Objectives Key Actions Funding Anticipated Outcomes
 To continue to upskill staff in PE.
  • Purchase of Val Sabin PE folders
  • Team teaching opportunities for staff to work alongside coaches from Active Luton
  • Trainee teachers to work alongside experienced staff
  • Observation of experienced colleagues by less experienced colleagues
  • PE CPD

£324

 

£2,580 (SLA)
  • Improved quality of lessons.
  • LTP updated to show progression across the school.

To enable CPD for newly appointed PE lead.

  • To attend PE conference
  • To attend relevant training

£320

£87
  • PE Lead to provide training for whole staff.

Indicator 4: A border experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.

Objectives Key Actions Funding Anticipated Outcomes
To continue to offer swimming as a curriculum entitlement to all Year 4 children.
  • To fund the transport of swimming costs so that this curriculum element can be sustained.
£1,500
  • All children achieve NC for swimming.
To make use of Thinksport coaches at lunchtimes.
  • Fortnightly sessions with Year 3 and 4 classes to give access to a range of sports.
£2,888
  • Pupils given the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports/ activities.

To give the whole school the opportunity to be meet an established sportsperson.

  • Facilitate the whole school to be engaged with ‘workshop’/ presentation from an established sportsperson during Olympic Week.
Reference indicator 1 - Olympic Week
  • Pupils are motivated by presentation/workshop and take part in a different sport.

To develop staff PE skills so additional staff can deliver sessions.

  • Training for staff to enable the undertaking of clubs.
Reference  indicator 3 - SLA
  • An increase in the numbers of children taking part in extra curricula activities.

 

Indicator 5:  The increased engagement in competitive sport.

Objectives Key Actions Funding Anticipated Outcomes

To provide additional coaching and expertise in football.

  • Engage football coach for sessions after school supported by school staff.
  • To ensure correct kit available.
£100
  • Coaching enables good sportsmanship as well as sporting successes to be developed.

To provide additional coaching and expertise in netball.

  • Engage netball coach for sessions after school supported by school staff.
  • To ensure correct kit available.

 
£570

  • To develop a Year 5 and Year 6 netball team.

All pupils given the opportunity to compete in Level 1 competitions.

  • To organise intra school activities (class v class/ house v house) within school.
  • House Captains to run events.
  • Sports events to take place during Sports Week and Olympic week.

Transport for Level 1+2

£1,900 

House Captain shirts £100
  • School to be awarded Gold Sainsbury’s Mark.

To increase the numbers of children who compete in Level 2 competitions.

  • To provide transport to venues
  • To ensure school takes part in a variety of these events across the year groups.
  • Luton Junior Schools Affiliation Fee.

Reference transport level 1 +2

£220 

  • Children take part in Level 2 competitions.
Expected Total Spend £21,715

 A downloadable version of this document is available in our Useful Documents section.

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