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Warden Hill Junior School

Review of Sports Premium 2019/20 (Historical)

 

Academic Year Total Funding Allocation Total Amount Spent
2019-20 £20,300 £17,260.33

  

Review of 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.

Key Actions Taken Actual Outcomes Actual Costs Impact Sustainability/Next Steps
  • Additional TA staff led structured PE activities.

  • Think Sport coaches provided a variety of different sports to Year 3 and 4 at lunchtimes until March 2020

  • Think Sport coaches provided a variety of sports coaching throughout 'lockdown' for all children able to attend school

  • Purchase of PE equipment

  • Increased physical activity for Year 3 and 4 until March 2020

  • Increased physical activity for those children (key worker children and Year 6) whilst in lockdown

£1,625

 

 

£3,534

 

 

£760

 

 

 


£607.53

  • Children exposed to a variety of different sports and having an increased amount of physical activity.

  • Increased physical activity and enjoyment

  • Fewer incidents of poor behaviour at lunchtimes
  • To continue on a rotation for all year groups to have access to increased physical activity and wellbeing

  • Children took part in basic First Aid Training
  • All children took part in First Aid training delivered by Active Luton.

  • An increased awareness of basic First Aid.
  • This training will take place next Autumn term, but as in-house training, due to COVID restrictions.

  • Year 5 Cycling did not take place this year due to COVID restrictions
  • Year 5 Cycling did not take place this year due to COVID restrictions.
  • Year 5 Cycling did not take place this year due to COVID restrictions.
  • Year 5 children to receive cycle training Spring 2, 2021 within curriculum time to achieve Modeshift award.

  • Modification of sports week

  • Daily Mile timetabled for each year group

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    Circus skills workshop organised for Year 6 children
  • Sports Week was modified for those children in school due to COVID restrictions

  • Olympic week was postponed due to COVID restrictions

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    Children took part in regular daily mile runs/walks and recorded progress

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    Year 6 enjoyed the Circus Skills workshops in Autumn Term 2020
 £350
  • Increase enjoyment of a variety of different sports

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    Increased physical activity
  • Olympic Week will be rescheduled for 2021 in line with official Olympic games

  • Children to take part in regular timetabled ‘Run a Mile’. Progress recorded and celebrated

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    Cross curricula Circus Skills workshop to be booked for Autumn 2021 for Year 6

  • A wide range of sporting clubs available for children to take part in e.g. football, dodgeball, tennis, cheerleading, running club, boxing and netball.

  • A variety of outside school sporting clubs available until March 2020

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    Clubs available for all year groups until March 2020

  • Increased pupil involvement of children in out of school hours sporting clubs
  • Once COVID restrictions lifted, clubs will be reinstated

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

Key Actions Taken Outcomes Costs Impact Sustainability
  • Promotion of sporting achievements in local community.
  • Certificates received by all children who took part in sporting fixtures

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    Events featured on school newsletters and website

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    Travel Buddy and Sport’s boards regularly updated

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    Regular contributions from children during assemblies regarding PE and extra-curricular sporting events

£100

  • The profile of sports across the school has increased

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    Children reported their participation of sporting events regularly in assemblies

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    Events mentioned in newsletters
  • To continue

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    To inform local papers of sporting successes

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    To develop pupils’ voice

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    To develop use of school website

  • Athlete booked to work with the children in Year 6

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    Did not book athlete for Olympic week due to COVID restrictions

  • Children did not take part in Sport’s Week or in Olympic Week. But activities such as the Daily Mile and Athletics workshops took place during lockdown.

  • Alistair Heselton, motivational speaker and Paralympian, in for Year 6

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    Rescheduled due to COVID restrictions

£675

  • Children motivated by the speaker

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    Children aware of the importance of a healthy lifestyle via lockdown work and those key worker and Year 6 children who were in school during National Lockdown One
  • To reschedule visiting athlete for Olympic Week 2021

 

Indicator 3: The increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport

Key Actions Outcomes Costs Impact Sustainability
  • PE INSETS

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    Val Sabin PE folders purchased

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    NQT and SHIRE teachers worked alongside experienced staff

  • Active Luton SLA.

  • PE INSETS developed confidence in the utilisation of and setting up of equipment

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    Progression tracked through revised LTP planning

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    Val Sabin schemes rolled out across the whole school 

£324

 

£2,580

  • Improvement in the quality of PE lessons
  • PE assessment to be developed

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    PE INSETs on dance

  • PE conference booked PE Lead
  • PE conference cancelled due to COVID restrictions

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    Time allocated for PE INSET

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    PE Lead supported colleagues across the school
  • Improvement in the quality and engagement of PE lessons

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    Lessons observed

 

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

Key Actions Taken Outcomes Costs Impact Sustainability
  • Swimming for Year 4 children until March 2020

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    Transport funded until March 2020

 

  • Transport funded until March 2020

£2,989

 

£547

 

  • Half of the children in Year 4 swam

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    Swimming was cancelled March 2020 due to COVID restrictions
  • To continue to offer swimming as a curriculum entitlement once COVID restrictions allow 
  • Fortnightly sessions with Year 3 and Year 4 classes with Thinksport until March 2020

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    This was utilised during Lockdown with key worker children and Year 6

  

  • Children in Years 3 and 4 have had access to a range of sports at lunchtime until March 2020

See Indicator 1

  • Children had access to variety of different sports during their lunchtime. Increased access to physical activity

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    Increased enjoyment of a variety of sports

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    Fewer incidents of poor behaviour at lunchtimes
  • Thinksport to work with all year groups on a rolling timetable to offer structured games to increase physical activity, enjoyment and well-being

  

 

  • Year 6 were given the opportunity to meet an established sportsperson
  • Alistair Heselton, a motivational speaker and Paralympian, worked with each Year 6 class in turn

See Indicator 2

  • Children were motivated by presentation
  • Pupils across the school to be given the opportunity to meet an established sportsperson as part of rescheduled Olympic Week

 

Indicator 5:  The increased engagement in competitive sport.

Key Actions Taken Outcomes Costs Impact Sustainability
  • Additional coaching and expertise in football provided by school staff

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    School kit available 

  • Football coach engaged to deliver weekly training sessions and support in interschool matches.
  • Some sporting successes and the development of good sportsmanship
  • To continue post COVID restrictions
  • Additional coaching and expertise provided in netball

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    School kit available 

  • Netball coach engaged to deliver netball coaching during lunchtime for Years 5 and 6
  • Lunchtime coaching sessions taken by LT two lunchtimes a week

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    Girls participated in interschool competitions

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    Promotion of good sportsmanship
  • To continue post COVID restrictions
  • Children took part in Level 1 competitions
  • Intra school activities

  • House captains ran events
T-Shirts £88.80
  • House events were organised and ran by house captains
  • To be awarded Gold Sainsbury’s award post COVID restrictions
  • Increased number of children taking part in Level 2 competitions

  • Transport provided to venues

  • School took place in a variety of events across the year groups

£2,830

 

£250 affiliation fee
  • Children took part in Level 2 competitions up to March 2020
  • To continue to take part in Level 2 competitions post COVID