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HILLBOROUGH

JUNIOR SCHOOL

Primary PE and Sport Premium

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION 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 them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

The Primary PE and Sport Premium funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following OBJECTIVE:

‘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.’

At Hillborough Junior School, we aim to see 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

We aim to make use of the funding by making additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport we offer. This means we will:

  • Develop or add to the PE and sports activities that Hillborough already offers
  • Make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.

Examples of acceptable uses of the funding:

  • Hire qualified coaches to work with teachers
  • Provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
  • Introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
  • Support and involve the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life clubs
  • Run sport competitions
  • Increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • Run sports activities with other schools

Total Funding Allocated:

£8000 + (359 x £5) = £9,795
5/12 May 2015 = £4,078
7/12 Oct 2015 = £5,717

Expenditure:

  • Transport, Equipment and Resources = £6,333
  • Continued Professional Development = £2,050
  • Extra-curricular support = £1,412

The expenditure in these areas has enabled the school to fulfil its commitment with regards to the key priorities detailed below.

Impact of 2015/16 Grant:
Our key priorities for 2015/16 were as follows:

  • Offer a broader range of activities for all children
  • Promote healthy living
  • Improve the quality of lessons being delivered
  • Staff CPD
  • Enter a wider range of competitions.

Broader Range of activities:
The PE and Sport Premium has enabled us to expand our before school and after school provision. A clear focus on ensuring there are opportunities for all was at the heart of any decisions made about which activities to offer. As a result the school offered sports such as Boccia, Kurling and Table Tennis on top of more established sports. Through the employment of a specialist Teaching Assistant for PE and Sport we are now able to sustain this variety of opportunities. Some clubs run have been exclusive for specific groups of children, again highlighting our commitment to engage all children in PE and School Sport.
Promote Healthy Living:
The idea of healthy living has key curricular elements within our Science and PSHE programmes of study. To further develop this commitment, the school invited ‘Live Well Luton’ into school to deliver healthy living workshops to all the pupils. This encouraged pupils to think about what they are eating and how this affects their bodies. This was further supported by a display on the amount of sugar certain soft drinks contain and how we can make better choices. Our School Tuck shop is now self-sustaining. Pupils are able to purchase a healthy snack for 20p – this could be a piece of fruit/veg, raisins, babybels or a yoghurt snack. Variety is obviously important so more unusual fruits are offered at certain times.
Improve the Quality of lessons:
The PE and Sport Premium has enabled us to purchase high quality resources for use in lessons and in extra-curricular opportunities. This has also ensured that all pupils have access to the right equipment so that they wait less and are more active in lessons. Having a relationship with Active Luton has enabled us to continue to train staff to deliver high quality lessons. Our own PE staff support in this area also.
Staff CPD:
The school felt it prudent to have key members of staff trained in first aid to accommodate the vast array of activities and competitions we offer and attend. This means that we are able to send a first aider to every competition and that first aid is covered at after school and before school clubs.
As mentioned previously, Active Luton have provided in-house training for all staff members. As a result, the quality of lessons continues to improve.
Enter a wide range of competitions:
The PE and Sport Premium has enabled us to transport pupils to even more sporting competitions (40+ competitions). In most cases we are able to enter more than one team, which has supported us in achieving the School Games Gold Mark. The school has entered many varied competitions included events specific to SEND children. Many performances in these competitions has led to County and even Regional participation.

Academic Year:

2016/17

Total Funding Allocated:
£8000 + (360pupils x £5) = £9,800 (based on 2015/16)
5/12 April = £4,083
7/12 October = £5,717
 
Primary PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome IndicatorSchool Focus/ planned impact on pupilsActions to achievePlanned FundingActual SpendEvidenceActual Impact on PupilsSustainability/ Next Steps
  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles
Continue the commitment that all pupils will have access to a broad range of physical activity opportunities appropriate to their age, ability and physical limitations.
  • Run clubs at lunch time to target children who would not ordinarily be able to access before school and after school opportunities.
  • Deliver clubs and PE lessons designed for key groups of children e.g. SEND pupils
  • Set up the morning run for children to take part in before school starts.
  • Link with School Travel Plan to encourage pupils to walk, bike or scoot to school
  • Foster links with key sporting clubs within the locality
£1000 Percentage of pupils attending school clubs. (Groups)
Data gained from the Year six height and weight checks.
Information from sports clubs in the locality regarding number of pupils attending training sessions.
Annual travel to school survey indicates less car journeys and more walking, cycling/scooting journeys.
  
  1. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
Assessment – Pupils will benefit from robust assessment in PE in a stage not age process. Pupils will then be able to make progress based on their ability within PE.
Key focuses will be:
Healthy Me
Social Me
Thinking Me
Physical Me
Align PE curriculum with the competition calendar.
  • Purchase Skills2Achieve and roll out to Year 5 in Summer Term
  • Introduce to whole school staff via web demo.
  • Send login details to parents so that they can access their child’s profile
  • In Autumn Term roll out to the rest of the school.
  • Identify key competition dates and select key skills to address in PE lesson.
  • Investigate changes to the school timetable
£700 Pupils will be able to see progress happening from looking at their profiles and know what else they need to achieve.
Log books given to pupils will ensure they have a greater focus on keeping active; in school and out.
Teachers identify key assessment targets achieved in other areas of the curriculum or during school life.
Greater flexibility of the timetable removes barriers to teaching PE.
  
  1. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
Teachers across the school teach high quality PE lessons and are able to contribute to the varied range of sporting clubs available to children. Children will then begin to make rapid progress at their stage of development and PE lessons will become more enjoyable for all.
  • Deliver high quality CPD via:
    • Active Luton SLA
    • Professional coaches
    • PE Team
    • LA courses
    • Professional coaching qualifications
  • Monitor PE lessons ensuring quality across the range of activities e.g. Gymnastics, Dance, Games, Swimming etc
  • Identify key staff to support extra-curricular provision.
£1750 Observations of lessons indicate high engagement by all children.
Most staff engage with our extra-curricular programmes supporting our children’s sporting development.
Teacher CPD profiles indicate greater proficiency in teaching PE and coaching various sports.
High quality CPD ensures sustainability of excellence in PE and School games.
  
  1. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
Continue to increase the range of activities available to the children of Hillborough. More range for the children will ensure that more pupils will engage with our extra-curricular programme.
  • Full extra-curricular timetable on the web-site ensuring full key stage two coverage.
  • Identify a new ‘Try It’ sport each term.
  • Ensure extra-curricular provision is flexible to accommodate as many pupils as possible.
  • Ensure appropriate resources and equipment are available
£1600 Clubs registers and compared to previous years.
Pupil voice regarding their experiences and what activities they want to try.
  
  1. Increased participation in competitive sport
To maintain the school games Gold award.
Pupils have access to competitive activities at intra school level and inter school level. We also expect some children to compete at county and regional level. Pupils will understand the link between hard work and success.
  • Compile calendar of events for Intra School and inter school competitions.
  • Arrange transport for competitions away from school
  • Keep records of participating children and results
  • Purchase appropriate equipment and resources to prepare children for competitions
$4750 Percentage of children taking part in competitive sport. (groups)
Results of events.
Pupils accounts of taking part in competitive events.