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Church of England Junior School

Sports Premium Impact 2018-19

Sports Premium Impact statement - How  the funding allocated for 2018- 19 was spent

Planned use of funding

Key actions

Allocated funding

Outcomes

Dedicated PE team consisting of one member of senior leadership team and one sports coordinator.

  • Maintain provision in school whilst exploring further use of expert coaches.
  • Increase activity at break and lunchtimes.
  • Support for teachers with curriculum PE.

£6,000

 

Plus school contribution

  • 100% of teachers stated in teacher questionnaire that their confidence had improved in the teaching of these lessons. Staff confidence increased in the delivery of indoor and outdoor PE lessons.
  • All year groups achieved at least 97% at expected outcomes in indoor and outdoor PE by the end of the year. Less physically active pupils and reluctant pupils are more engaged in taking part in sports.

Training for PE coordinator, newly qualified teachers and other staff as required.

  • Release for staff to attend training courses.
  • PE coordinator to mentor staff and monitor lessons.
  • Staff to observe specialist teachers in school and at other identified schools.
  • Delivery of indoor CPD by sports coordinator.

£3,500

  • PE coordinator attended PE conference and shared examples of knowledge and good practise with teaching staff, including mindfulness training and the importance of physical education and daily activity for children.
  • NQT’s and less experienced teachers supported in indoor and outdoor PE sessions. 100% of teachers stated in teacher questionnaire that their confidence had improved in the teaching of these lessons.
  • Staff to observe specialist teachers in school, training given to staff. 100% of teachers stated in teacher questionnaire that their confidence had improved in the teaching of these lessons due to the support that they were given.

Participation in sports

 

  • Staff to attend training courses.
  • Most appropriate staff to accompany children to competitions.
  • PE team to organise intra- school competitions.
  • PE team to provide training before competitions.
  • PE coordinator to look into possibility of re-joining the hockey league.
  • Organise further inter class and year group competitions.
  • Further use of qualified coaches to support competition at the higher levels (Inc. staff and parents).

£2,100

Also volunteers in terms of parents who are qualified coaches

Organisation of competition entry-Maintain level of participation in school competitions and high level of outcomes in competitions:

  • 178 children involved in external competitions (increase of 3 from in 2017-18)
  • 33 level 2 and above competitions (increase from in 2017-18), including in new competitions such as the Junior School’s Hockey League
  • Level 3 reached in the maximum competitions allowed in 8 different areas (increase from in 2017-18)
  • Level 4 reached in Table Tennis and Girl’s Cricket (regional finals)

Experts used within school so that teams can be accompanied by the most knowledgeable member of staff or external coaches where required-Children receive high quality training to increase the level at which we compete. (See increased success mentioned with increases outcomes above.)

Inter-class competitions-All children experience competing across a wide range of sports:

  • Javelin competition for year 6 took place and all children participated.
  • All children took part in the cross country competition
  • All children took part in the interclass howler competition.
  • All year 6 children took part in the chest push competition

 

Supply cover organised to cover teachers with specialist sports knowledge so that they could attend competitions- Children receive high quality training to increase the level at which we compete. (see above)

Membership of Basingstoke Sports Partnership

  • Participation in range of sporting activities.
  • Training opportunities.
  • Medals, cups etc. provided.

£500

  • Refer to outcomes for participation in sports and training/development opportunities.

Provision of additional after school clubs.

  • A wider range of sporting after school clubs on offer.
  • Club membership for less socially advantaged pupils.
  • Target less active children.

£1000

In addition to use of Pupil premium funding

  • A wide range of clubs on offer, including less traditional sports such as Judo and tri golf, with 176 children participating- A wide range of sporting clubs on offer.
  • ALL children given opportunities to attend after school clubs and all pupil premium children offered clubs at no cost- Club membership for less socially advantaged pupils.

Qualified coaches to work alongside teachers

  • Qualified coaches, from local clubs, to deliver curriculum lessons, alongside teachers, as a way of providing CPD opportunities to staff members.

£500

  • Qualified coaches from local clubs used in, Hockey, Swimming and Athletics, who have then promoted their clubs to the children. Children signposted to join local sporting clubs. 276 children attended some form of external sporting club with 56 competing at a much higher level; a few representing Basingstoke, Hampshire and even the South of England, national or with one child at international level in their chosen field.
  • Teacher’s subject knowledge and confidence increased. 100% of teachers stated in teacher questionnaire that their confidence had improved in the teaching of lessons as a result of external coaching. Staff confidence increased in the delivery of PE lessons.
  • Children introduced to wider range of coaching approaches.
  • Local basketball, tennis, athletics and cricket coaches used to help provide training for County Games on 21st June- Maintain high level of outcomes in competitions – see previous including Level 4 competitions.

Competition entry

  • Sports coordinator to enter local sports competitions in addition to those included in sports partnership.

£300

  • Increased participation in competitive sport (see above).

Resources

  • Equipment to be purchased for active break and lunchtimes.
  • Pathway around the field used for the Daily Mile and the timber trail to be replaced.
  • Apps to be acquired to help support PE lessons.

£3200 plus school contributions. Also donations from the PTA, the diocese and use of Sainsbury’s voucher scheme

  • More children are inspired to get involved with active break and lunchtimes: Wider variety of activities available at break times and lunchtimes. Active lunchtime questionnaire undertaken by the play leader team across the school found that 26/30 activities names by pupils as their favourite activity to take part in during break and lunchtime would be classed as ‘active’.
  • Current equipment updated.
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  • Activity trackers purchased to monitor progress in the Daily mile- All children are inspired to improve the speed in which they complete the Daily Mile, resulting in increased fitness levels. Assessment of children’s progress in the daily mile showed that 98% of children demonstrated improvement to achieve their personal best.
  • Play leader training delivered to train 20 children now responsible for delivering activities during lunchtime. More children are inspired to get involved with active break and lunchtimes
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  • The trail around the field has been replaced from bark to rubber so that it is more durable helping to extend our active area beyond the playground and enabling a larger location in which to do the Daily Mile. The current timber trail has also been repaired: More children are inspired to get involved with active break and lunchtimes – this has been completed thanks to additional funding from the school’s PTA(FOOBS).
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  • High quality delivery of curriculum sports:
  • Replacement and refinement of Inclusive sports equipment purchased and used across the school.
  • Repair and replacement of gymnastic equipment.
  • Repair of basketball nets to improve the quality of lessons and training, promoting their use during breaks and lunchtime.
  • 97% children at expected outcomes in indoor and outdoor PE by the end of the year.
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  • Maintain high level of outcomes in competitions:
  • Equipment for use during training for competitions purchased. Also see previous outcomes.

OAA training

  • Outdoor leader to attend leading outdoor learning course and feed back to staff.
  • Outdoor Learning Leader to carry out team teaching with other staff of outdoor and adventurous PE sessions.

£1500

  • Increasing staff confidence in the delivery of OAA. 91% of staff saying that they were more confident in teaching OAA.
  • Further development of lesson plans for OAA. 98% of children achieving ARE and 56% reaching ARE+. Pupil conferencing says that all children enjoy OOA.
  • Created and acquired resources and equipment for team building challenges. This was mentioned in Pupil Conferencing as it made the lessons “easier to join in with”

Medals and certificates

  • Certificates to be provided for all competitions.
  • Medals and certificates to recognise achievement in Sports Day.
  • Certificates to recognise progress in the Daily Mile.

£350

  • Certificates provided for all competitions- Achievement is recognised, inspiring more children to compete in internal and external competitions
  • Medals and certificates bought for Sports Day- Achievement is recognised in Sports Day.
  • The Daily Mile certificate has been introduced and given out each half term- All children are inspired to improve the speed in which they complete the Daily Mile, resulting in increased fitness levels.  Assessment of children’s progress in the daily mile showed that 98% of children demonstrated improvement to achieve their personal best.

Provision of a broader range of sports, including inclusive sports

  • External coaching to be brought in to help deliver sports.
  • A wider range of inclusive sports to be further developed, such as goalball and sitting volleyball.

£300

(subsidised through school partnerships)

  • Children experience a wider range of sports.
  • More children, especially less active pupils are inspired to get involved in a wider range of sports.
  • More children signposted to join local sporting clubs.
  • Further development of inclusive sports in the curriculum, such as goalball and sitting volleyball. Brought in a member of coaching staff to talk to the school about Paralympic sports- Improved understanding of the range of inclusive sports and the legacy of the Paralympic and Invictus Games.
  • Cycling proficiency was fully funded and allowed more training to be provided for under confident cyclists, some of whom had never ridden a bike before- encouraging children to lead a more active lifestyle.

 

Play leaders

  • Training of play leaders by PE coordinator
  • Equipment to be purchased to support the delivery of play leader activities
  • Caps and badges to be purchased for play leaders.

£310

  • More children, especially less active pupils are inspired to get involved in a wider range of sports.
  • Children are involved in leading sporting activities in school.]
  • Further support of non-cycling children. All children achieved level one.

 

Spend in excess of

£19,560