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Warden Hill Junior School

Review of Sports Premium 2017/18

 

 

Academic Year Total Funding Allocation Total Amount Spent
2017-2018 £20,300
Made up of a block grant of £16,000 plus £10 per pupil
£22,885

 

 

Review of PE and Sports Premium Action Plan for 2017-2018

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

Key Actions Taken Outcomes Costs Impact Sustainability
  • Employ additional adults through Think Sport coaching for Year 3.
  • Think Sport coaches engaged for two lunchtimes a week.
£722
  • Providing an additional 0.75 hours of PE per fortnight per class.
  • Additional 60 children engaged in PE each week for an extra 45 minutes.
  • Continue with the same arrangements as this has worked well.
  • Whole school participation in the 'Skip 2 Be Fit' scheme.
  • All children provided with a counter skipping rope.  PE sessions to challenge own score.
£2,745
  • Children able to beat personal records.
  • Increased aspiration.
  • More physical activity daily.
  • Continue next year.
  • New PE equipment for lunchtimes.
  • Purchase of new balls, ropes, games and space hoppers etc for lunchtime PE.
£200
  • More active children at playtimes and lunchtimes.
  • Continue and use as a pupil led initiative. 
  • Use of Think Sport coaches to offer targeted PE activities for Year 5 and 6 children at lunchtimes.
  • Think Sport coaches engaged for two lunchtimes a week.
£722
  • Providing an additional 0.75 hours of PE per fortnight for Year 5 and 6. 
  • Responding to pupil led initiatives.
  • Next year this to be focus led class by class on a fortnightly basis with new sports that will be new to the children.
  • Contribution towards the costs of playground markings for games activities.
  • New playground markings purchased:
    Activity Trail, Let's Dance Markings, chosen by children.
£1,190
  • Children regularly playing on this in smalls groups.
  • Also often used within PE lessons. 
  • Summer Term 2 repeat the exercise with children selecting from a range of playground markings.
  • To offer Change 4 Life Club to be run with children through partnerships with Active Luton and School Nursing Service.
  • Change for life club ran for 8  weeks for targeted group.
Part of SLA   with Active     Luton £3,200
  • Children engaged well in this.
  • Parental support was good.
  • Children all completed the programme. 
  • Continue as a Walking Club led each day by school staff for target children.
  • Deploy MDS staff to lead structured PE activities at lunchtimes for Year 4.
  • Two school TA staff lead two timetabled lunchtime PE sessions each week for Year 4.
£760
  • Providing an additional 0.75 hours of PE per fortnight per class.
  • Additional 60 children engaged in PE each week for an extra 45 minutes.
  • Continue with the same arrangements as this has worked well.
  • Use of dedicated sports coaches to lead PE lessons.
  • Sports coaches leading weekly lessons for twelve classes each week.
£6,576
  • Increased skills of staff and activity levels.
  • Continue.

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
  • Regular features on school newsletters and press releases.
  • School competitive events have featured regularly on newsletters for all events.
£200
  • Helped to celebrate range of activities and successes.
  • Continue.
  • Create new school certificates to celebrate when children represent the school.
  • Certificates presented in assemblies for events.
£0
  • Pride of the children involved in a range of sports.
  • Continue and display around the school.
  • Sports notice board and Travel Buddy notice board to be regularly updated.
  • Travel Buddy board regularly updated.
£0
  • Travel Buddies have been proactive in organising this and being well planned.
  • Continue.
  • Regular contributions form children in assemblies on PE activities and extra-curricular sports events.
  • Children have presented to school in assemblies.
£0
  • Pride of children involved in a range of sports.
  • Helped raise confidence and self-esteem.
  • Continue.
  • Make links with local clubs for netball and athletics.
  • Children have been signposted to both types of clubs.
£0
  • Three children have accessed some more advanced coaching.
  • Continue

 

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

Key Actions Outcomes Costs Impact Sustainability
  • To offer team teaching opportunities for staff to work alongside coaches from Active Luton.
  • Team teaching for two colleagues has taken place for a term.
Part of SLA with Active Luton.
  • Better quality PE lessons with more active children
  • More skilled teaching.
  • Teacher confidence improved.
  • Continue next year as part of Service Level Agreement (SLA) with Active Luton for NQT and one RQT.
  • To allow trainee teachers to work alongside experienced staff.
  • Student teacher shadowed PE leader for two sessions as part of placement.
£0
  • Experience of planning and teaching an indoor gym lesson.
  • Continue as part of CPD for SHIRE trainee.
  • For less experienced staff to observe more skilled colleagues.
  • Sessions for one member of staff to shadow a colleague.
£150
  • better quality PE lessons with more active children.
  • More skilled teaching.
  • Teacher confidence improved.
  • Continue for one colleague.
  • To up-skill staff with CPD on gymnastics teaching.
  • Three staff meetings with an Active Luton colleague on gymnastics.
Part of SLA with Active Luton.
  • Better use of equipment.
  • More activity.
  • Teacher confidence improved.
  • Continue next year as part of Service Level Agreement (SLA) with Active Luton.
  • Purchase of some new PE equipment for the hall.
  • Three new activities tables purchased.
£300
  • More equipment allowing greater levels of activity.
  • New benches to purchase next.
  • Two members of staff attended PE Conference.
  • PE Subject Leader  attended training.
  • Two members of staff attended PE conference.
  • PE subject leader attended training.
£250
  • Networking.
  • Access to CPD.
  • Continue for new PE Subject Leader.

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

Key Actions Taken Outcomes Costs Impact Sustainability
  • To fund the transport of swimming costs so that this curriculum element can be sustained.

 

 

  • Curriculum swimming taken place throughout the year for one year group.
  • Transport cost shortfall funded.

 

 

£2,000

 

 

  • 120 children have participated in high quality swimming lessons throughout the year. 
  • Good progress has been made by the children.
  • Approximately 85% now able to swim 10 metres or more.
  • To continue.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Training for some TA staff to undertake clubs.

  

  • Shadowing for one teaching assistant with more skilled colleague to enable team teaching.

£200

  • Increased staff confidence.
  • Capacity built.

  

  • Expand so that TA staff lead groups.

  

 

  • Regular promotion of activities outside of the school day.

 

  • Website and newsletter information going home.
  • Reminders to children via assemblies.

£0

  • Parental awareness of school events increased.

 

  • Continue.

 

 

 

Indicator 5:  The increased engagement in competitive sport.

Key Actions Taken Outcomes Costs Impact Sustainibilty
  • Continue to employ a coach from Active Luton to train the netball team.
  • Children practiced twice a week with coach throughout the year.
  • Regular successes in competitive fixtures and tournaments.
£720
  • Increase in girls' physical activity.
  • Promotion of competitive sport for girls.
  • Continue and support with school staff.
  • Engage football coach for sessions after school supported by school staff.
  • Sessions from September to February for all year groups.
£150
  • Better pupil engagement with PE.
  • Open to all children in year group.
  • Continue and support with school staff to shadow.
  • Training for staff.
  • To organise three Intra School Activities per year based upon the House System.
  • House Captains and Sports Council to help run these events.
  • Termly events.
£0
  • Additional physical activity for all children.
  • House Captains developing responsibility.
  • Continue.
  • Sports events to take place during Healthy Schools Week.
  • Planned for summer 2.
£300
  • Planned for summer 2.
  • To include the daily one mile run/walk.
  • To provide transport to venues.
  • School organised this for all events and facilitated transport to after school fixtures, festivals and events.
£2,500
  • Better participation in events.
  • Access to competitive sport widened.
  • Continue.
  • Ensure that school takes part in competitions when they are available.
  • Regular participation in events across all year groups and across the school.
£0