Sports Premium Action Plan 2018 – 2019

 

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. This means that you should use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to:

• develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers

• build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years

Please visit gov.uk for the revised DfE guidance including the 5 key indicators across which schools should demonstrate an improvement. This document will help you to review your provision and to report your spend. DfE encourages schools to use this template as an effective way of meeting the reporting requirements of the Primary PE and Sport Premium.

We recommend you start by reflecting on the impact of current provision and reviewing the previous spend.

Under the Ofsted Schools Inspection Framework, inspectors will assess how effectively leaders use the Primary PE and Sport Premium and measure its impact on outcomes for pupils, and how effectively governors hold them to account for this.

Schools are required to publish details of how they spend this funding as well as on the impact it has on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment.

We recommend regularly updating the table and publishing it on your website as evidence of your ongoing review into how you are using the money to secure maximum, sustainable impact. To see an example of how to complete the table please click HERE.

 

Support for review and reflection – considering the 5 key indicators from DfE, what development needs are a priority for your setting and your students now and why? Use the space below to reflect on previous spend, identify current need and priorities for the future.

 

 

Key achievements to date: Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:
  • Bronze Healthy Schools Award achieved – 2017.
  • Lunchtimes in Key Stage 1 and 2 are well organised due to zoning of the spaces which allow for team games, tennis, dance and a chill out zone.
  • Both Key Stage 1 and 2 equipment has had significant investment with regard to resourcing.
  • A qualified coach leads on team games at lunchtimes.
  • St Jude’s has remained high profile within Lambeth when participating in a range of games and tournaments.
  • Children in year 3 and 4 learn to swim.
  • Bikeability, Girls BMX project, pedestrian training, toot and scoot linking to Road Safety Week have contributed towards the application of the Silver Stars TFL Award application this year.
  • Involvement in enrichment activities within the Windmill Cluster are a priority including sports competitions, tournaments and outdoor learning projects.
  • Weekly after schools clubs include football, cricket, rugby and fit fun club are popular with our children and well attended.
  • Continued Professional development –  specifically for gymnastics, to increase classteacher confidence in this area – classteacher survey
  • Continued investment in professional coaching to support with lunchtime team games – pupil voice, behaviour monitoring and incident reports
  • Increased investment in equipment including benches and springboard to support with gymnastics.
  • Increased involvement in tournaments and competitions – pupil voice, celebration assemblies.
  • Improvements in playground markings and play structures to improve and increase physical activity.
  • Fully make use of our new purpose built Food tech room to promote healthy living and lifestyles.

 

Action Plan and Budget Tracking

Capture your intended annual spend against the 5 key indicators. Clarify the success criteria and evidence of impact that you intend to measure to evaluate for students today and for the future.

 

Academic Year: 2017/18 Total fund allocated: £ 17000 Date Updated: May 2018
Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:

74%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils: Actions to achieve: Funding allocated: Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:
  1. Encourage all children to walk/cycle/scoot to school each day.
  1. Update playground markings to facilitate extra physical activities to be utilised during the school day.
  1. Professional coach supports in team games in Key Stage 2 playground – daily at lunchtimes.
  1. After school club provision offered to all children including weekly football/rugby/hockey/scoot and toot/fun and games/sharps shooters – netball – 150 children participate in a club throughout the year
  1. Before school fun and fitness club – weekly for 30 minutes focus children – staff to rotate taking the sessions.
  • Promote daily walking to school through whole school assemblies.
  • Walk to school week 21st May is high profile.
  • Daily use of scooters, bikes and tricycles in KS 1 and 2 playgrounds at lunchtimes.
  • Focus children to receive a scooter to use to come to school – 8 PP children
  • Increased storage for bicycles and scooters in school premises
  • Key Stage 1 playground markings to be renewed and Key stage 2 to have new markings for team games.
  • Planned opportunities for classes to use the playground for physical activities throughout the day and at lunchtimes.
  • Coach overseas team games and coaches in tactics and skills.
  • Careful monitoring of all children participating in a weekly club throughout the term, focus children and PP children to receive subsidy on club payments
£400

8 X £60 = £480

£3000

£3000

£6630

Achieve Silver Stars Travel Award Summer 2017

Target of 90% +of children walking/cycling/scooting to school.

Increased safe and secure storage for bikes and scooters encourages families to participate.

All pupils involved in at least 15 minutes additional activity every day.

WIDER IMAPCT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

  • Pupils are more active in PE – take part and recovery time decreases.
  • Standards achieved in PE increase.
  • Attitudes to learning improved – with better learning behaviour and concentration in class.
  • Improved results.
  • Lunchtimes run smoothly – children are happy, no behaviour incidents reported.
Walk to School Week embedded within school calendar.

Continued bikability and Road safety awareness training for children embedded within our curriculum.

Planned daily fitness activities embedded within school day.

Increased take up in sports clubs – continued monitoring of focus children.

Pupil Premium funding continues to subsidizes places.

Skilling up of Breakfast Club

Staff to run daily 15 minute sessions – wake and shake and Just dance.

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation:

1%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils: Actions to achieve: Funding allocated: Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:
  1. Sports funding and priorities for PE are included in the whole school development plan.
  1. Whole school PE events are high profile: all children participate in all activities in Health and Fitness week.
  1. Regular school Celebration Assemblies celebrate successes in PE and tournaments – Girls BMX biking, Windmill Cluster Competitions.
  1. Staff share their sporting achievements – lessons/assemblies
  1. End of Year sports award for each class boy/girl to celebrate excellent participation and commitment
  1. School newsletters, and Twitter feeds regularly feature successes in PE and competitions.
  1. School notice board features up to date PE and Sporting events.
  1. PTA lead on a whole school sponsored event to promote health and fitness.
  1. Support with payment towards Yr 6 residential trip.
  • PE lead meets with SLT and governors to discuss long term strategy of PE and implementation of Sports Premium Plan actions for year 2018 – 2019 when developing the SDP.
  • Events are planned all children participate, with increased parental involvement and support.
  • Celebration assemblies planned to focus on success in PE / sporting events and shared in the weekly newsletter.
  • Games leaders share highlights with school during whole school assemblies and collective worships.
  • Staff share experiences marathons/half marathons/cricket/rugby/football – children have excellent role models.
  • Healthy schools status continues to remain high profile with continued emphasis on health diet and lifestyles – the Creative learning Hub Food tech facilities are used regularly by each class.
  • Boards replaced and updated.
  • PTA fun run organised in May.
  • All children take part in the year 6 residential trip where they have opportunities to take part in sailing, archery etc.
Non-contact time £400 (supply cover)
  • Priorities included as part of the SDP, increased opportunities for PE and sporting events with increased participation are noted.
  • School council/ Games leaders lead on gathering pupil voice, further actions and ideas for the year ahead.

WIDER IMAPCT AS A RESULT OF ABOVE

  • Games leaders are high profile and lead on key areas of change through pupil voice
  • Pupils are more active in PE – take part and recovery time decreases
  • Standards achieved in PE increase
  • Attitudes to learning improved – with better learning behaviour and concentration in class
SLT and governing board acknowledge the benefits of the raised profile and continued to be committed to funding these areas.

Pupil Premium spend contributes to sports premium funding in supporting vulnerable pupils.

Application towards Silver TFL Stars Award to promote healthy choices.

Application towards Silver Healthy Schools Award to promote healthy lifestyle choices.

 

 

 

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport Percentage of total allocation:

1%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

  1. In order to improve progress and achievement of all pupils the focus is on upskilling staff on gymnastics.
Gymnastics staff training program is implemented for all staff as part of whole school CPD from September 2018 – led by SG sports coaches.

Resources purchased to update provision – benches and springboard.

£300

£500 – cover for SL time (2 days)

Baseline assessments – before and after.

Staff confidence survey – before and after.

Subject leader is confident in the delivery of gymnastics

Subject leader will be confident share / demonstrate their expertise to new teachers/NQTs.
Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils Percentage of total allocation:

1%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

  1. Year 3 and 4 children receive weekly swimming lessons.
  1. Children in yrs 2,3,4,5 receive weekly tennis coaching for half a term.
  1. St Jude’s continues to participate in a range of enrichment activities.
  1. Girls in key Stage 2 receive BMX coaching from qualified instructor.
  1. Participation in Windmill Cluster and SG sports events.
  1. After school clubs include Rugby, Football, Hockey, gymnastics.
  1. Health and Fitness week activities include kick boxing, salsa, yoga, zumba
Weekly swimming all children participate.

Weekly tennis all children participate.

Participation continues due to the success this year.

Dulwich Hamlet Football Coaching continues.

Children participate in Mini Olympics, Cricket, Football, athletics.

£300

£500

Children receive a broad and balanced PE curriculum, pupil voice indicates high levels of pupil enjoyment

St Jude’s demonstrates continued success in sports competitions.

High pupil participation in after school sports clubs.

Improved results in competitions.

Subject leader continues to maintain links with sport community.

Continued commitment for St Jude’s to remain high profile at a range of local and cluster school events.

Pupil Premium spend contributes to sports premium funding in supporting vulnerable pupils.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport Percentage of total allocation:

12%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

  1. Installation of netball posts that are suitable to host tournament events.
  1. Continued investment in participation of tournaments and competitions.
  1. Continued after school club training sessions to prepare for tournaments.
Netball Posts to be installed in line with playground markings.

Deputy Headteacher and PE Leader leads weekly after school football training sessions.

Continue to compete in:

SG organised tournaments

Lambeth League football

Utilise all secondary school links

Girls and boys football and netball teams play regularly in tournaments.

£1000

£500

+ cover costs

£500

St Jude’s remains high profile with in the local sport community and enjoys increased success and wins in finals.

Pupil voice indicates children enjoy the competitive challenge – show determination and resilience throughout competitions.

SLT and governing board acknowledge the benefits of the raised profile and continued to be committed to funding these areas.

Pupil Premium spend contributes to Sports premium funding in supporting vulnerable pupils.