Warden Hill Junior School

Sports Premium 2018-2019 (Historical)

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
2018-2019 £20,500 tbc



PE and Sports Premium Action Plan for 2018-19

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

Objectives Key Actions Funding Anticipated Outcomes

 To improve lunchtime   activities.

 To encourage pupils to be   involved in more sports.

  • MDS staff to lead structured PE activities for Year 4.
  • Use of Think Sport coaches to offer targeted PE for Year 3 & 4 children at lunchtimes.
  • To offer Change 4 Life Club (Walking Club) to targeted children.







  • Increased physical activity for children at lunchtime (additional 1 hour per month for each class in the Lower School).
  • Increased happiness and enjoyment at school.  
  • Fewer incidents of poor behaviour at lunchtimes.
  • Increased physical activity for targeted children.
 Children able to access high   quality play and sports   resources throughout   lunchtime break.
  • Update equipment for use at lunchtime.
  • Equipment replenished.
 To promote safe   cycling/scootering/walking to   school.
  • Cycling/scooter/waking events throughout the year including Bike it, Walk to School Week, Bling your Bike, Bike it Breakfast and the Big Pedal.


  • Increase the amount of children cycling/scootering/walking to school.
 To increase the amount of   physical activity the children   are engaged with each day.
  • Timetabled curriculum events to promote increased physical activity eg: Daily Mile introduced to Year 6 coming up to SATs and re-introduced to school during Well-Being Week.


  • Whole of Year 6 Daily Mile 2 weeks in March.
  • Involvement of whole school in Well-Being Week and Sports Day.
 To provide a variety of   before and after school   sporting clubs.
  • A wide variety of school clubs catering for different sporting interests eg: dodgeball; tennis; cheerleading; cricket; football.


  • Increased involvement in '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 success   with parents and the local   community.
  • All participants in sporting fixtures to receive a certificate of participation.
  • Regular features on the school newsletters.
  • Update the school website to feature reports from the children.
  • Sports notice board and Travel Buddy noticeboards regularly updated.
  • Regular contributions from children in assemblies on PE activities and extra-curricular sports events.
  • Inform local papers of sporting events and successes.
  • Make links with local clubs for Netball and Athletics.

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  • Sporting success regularly reported and displayed.
 To purchase equipment to   encourage all pupils of all   abilities to participate in   more PE.
  • Purchase scooters for whole school activities.
  • Contribution to outdoor gym equipment.



  • All pupils given the opportunity to ride scooters and take part in inter-house activities.
  • Increased access to fitness equipment during playtime, lunch and PE.
 To ensure that the children   are aware of the importance   of a healthy lifestyle,   including diet, exercise and   mental health issues.
  • Introduce 'Well-Being Week' to school (May 2019).
  • Employ professionals for activities such as skipping.




  • Whole school to take part in a variety of activities during the week including The Daily Mile, Skipping workshops etc.


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
 In order to improve progress   and achievement of all pupils   the focus is on up-skilling the   staff, specifically in   gymnastics.
  • Team teaching opportunities for staff to work alongside coaches from Active Luton.
  • To allow trainee teachers to work alongside experienced staff.
  • Less experienced staff to observe more skilled colleagues.
  • To provide CPD on gymnastics.
  • Improve quality of lessons.
 To enable specific CPD for PE  staff.
  • PE staff to attend PE Conference.
  • PE Lead to attend training.
  • PE Lead to provide CPD 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 element can be sustained.
  • All children achieve NC for swimming.
 To make use of ThinkSport  coaches for a range of  activities at lunchtimes.
  • Fortnightly sessions with Year 3 and Year 4 classes to give access to a range of sports.
  • Pupils given the opportunity to participate in a variety of different sports/activities.
 To give the Year 6 pupils the   opportunity to meet an   established sports person.
  • Facilitate Year 6 pupils taking part in a presentation from a motivational speaker.
  • Pupils are motivated by the presentation and take part in a different sport.

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

  • Training for staff to enable the undertaking of clubs.
  • An increase in the numbers of children taking part in extra-curricular activities.


Indicator 5:  The increased engagement in competitive sport.

Objectives Key Actions Funding Anticipated Outcomes
 To provide additional  expertise for football.
  • Engage football coach for sessions after school supported by school staff.
  • To ensure correct kit/equipment available.
  • Coaching develops sportsmanship as well as sporting success.

 To provide additional     expertise in netball.

  • To ensure correct kit/equipment available.
  • Facilitate netball coaching from school staff during lunchtimes.




  • To develop netball teams in both Year 5 and Year 6..

 To provide additional   expertise in cricket.

  • To ensure correct kit/equipment available.
  • Facilitate cricket coaching as an after school club.
  • To develop a after school cricket club.
 All pupils to be given the  opportunity to compete in  Level 1 competitions.
  • To organise three intra school activities (class v class/house v house) within the school.
  • House Captains to run these events.
  • Sports events during Well-Being Week.
  • School is awarded Gold Sainsbury's Mark.  
 To increase the numbers of  children who compete in  Level 2 competitions.
  • To ensure that the school takes part in these events when available


  • Children take part in Level 2 competitions.
 To increase the numbers of  children who take part in  inclusive sports competitions.
  • To facilitate an event at school for neighbouring schools to attend..
  • Event held at Warden Hill Junior School.
Expected Total Spend £23,053

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