Impact Analysis of Sports Premium Funding 2018 – 2019
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.
- Pupils are more active during the school day – including travelling to and from school and during breaks and lunchtimes. 87% of students actively travelled to school after ‘hands up’ survey.
- St Jude’s was awarded the Bronze and Silver Stars Award – TFL Travel.
- Standards achieved in PE increase – noted through PE leads lesson observations and gymnastics PDM for all staff.
- Attitudes to learning improved – with better learning behaviour and concentration in class with behaviour for learning monitored (behavior learning walks).
- Lunchtimes run smoothly – children are happy, no behaviour incidents reported in the summer term.
- As a result of playground marking, pupils are more active at playtime and lunchtime.
“It has made the playground clearer, you know where to play.”
“You have so much choice!”
Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.
- PE remains high profile through the achievement of the Bronze Healthy School Award and a range of sport competitions and Windmill Cluster events.
- Games leaders are high profile and lead on key areas of change through pupil voice
“I really like being in charge of games.”
“The reception children really like duck-duck goose.”
- 8 KS2 children are Games Leaders and have a high-profile role in the playground setting up activities.
- Standards achieved in PE increase, for example, high standard displayed at inter-house netball. Movement, ball skills and speed were all of a high standard. This is instilled from reception onwards.
- Attitudes to learning improved – with better learning behaviour and concentration in class.
- Healthy cooking is high profile, is clearly displayed on each class topic web and links cooking to topic and PE. There was a particular focus on energy-boosting food for exercise during Health and Fitness Week.
Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
- Baseline assessments – before and after. Before the PDM, 88% of staff believed that confidence in planning, resourcing and delivery of gymnastics was low-medium.
- Staff confidence survey – before and after. After the PDM, 100% of staff believed that planning, resourcing and delivery of gymnastics was high.
“The session was really engaging and applicable….what a great session, gymnastics was not my strong point but I feel far better equipped now….my gymnastics subject knowledge has grown and I approach resourcing differently.”
- Subject leader is confident in the delivery of gymnastics.
Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.
- Children receive a broad and balanced PE curriculum, pupil voice indicates high levels of pupil enjoyment. Clubs throughout the year include: fun and games, hockey, netball, salsa, football KS1/2, gymnastics, touch rugby, multi-sports, scoot and toot (scooter), tennis, cricket and yoga. Further involvement in Windmill Cluster events include cricket and football competitions.
- St Jude’s demonstrates continued success in sports competitions. Competitions have included: SG Football competition, School Games Netball High 5 Competition, Moving Matters Swimming Gala, Inter house Netball, Windmill Cluster Cricket and football competitions.
- High pupil participation in after school sports clubs.
- Improved results in competitions e.g.: Netball team reaching the semi-finals of the High 5 competition against 5 other schools, Y3/4 Swimming Gala finished highly in their group against 8 other schools at Streatham Swimming Pool.
Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport.
- St Jude’s remains high profile with in the local sport community and enjoys increased success and wins in finals. Cricket team won the Windmill cluster tournament. BMX girls won their tournament.
- Inter-house netball proved a success and will continue next year.
- Pupil voice indicates children enjoy the competitive challenge – show determination and resilience throughout competitions.
- Pupil voice indicates that inter-house netball was popular and should continue.