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Pupil and Sports Premiums

                                                                               PUPIL PREMIUM                                                                             

 

What is Pupil Premium Funding?

 

Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils to try and ensure they; attain as well as and make as much progress as their peers. Pupil premium funding is available to both mainstream and non-mainstream schools, such as special schools and pupil referral units.

How the funding is allocated?

It is paid to schools according to the number of pupils who have been: registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the past six years or been in care for six months or longer.  The amount of funding received for each child in this instance is £1,320  In addition Pupil Premium Funding is provided for pupils; Adopted from Care (£1,900) and Service Pupils (£300)

 

Summary of Barriers to Educational Achievement at Blessed John Duckett RC Catholic School

 

The challenges faced by eligible pupils are wide ranging, their attainment on entry varies and the school takes account of each child’s entry point and ensures they are well supported to achieve their potential.  Below are shared some of these barriers which can apply to pupils in our school.

 

  • Pupils entering school are in some instances entering school below the national expectation particularly in areas the areas of understanding, speaking, self-confidence and awareness, reading, numbers, the world, technology, expressive arts and design and lack confidence.
  • Find it difficult to interact with other pupils
  • Require additional support to access phonics, reading and developing their writing skills, speech and language
  • Require additional support in mathematics
  • Work ethic, poor concentration

Response by parents to homework/reading and spelling practice

  • If parents have had poor educational experiences themselves we work hard to establish strong links.

 

External Barriers

 

  • Attendance issues/Holidays
  • Budget Constraints
  • Variation in cohort size

 

We measure the impact of pupil premium by closely monitoring our intervention programmes through learning walks, pupil progress meetings, data and work scrutiny. We monitor the progress of these children and provide support as described below if it is required. These children have priority access to these interventions. In practice, this means that if their progress is border line for their ability they will receive the additional support. The impact of this support will be reviewed every half term, pupils’ attainment and progress will be discussed with governors including the appointed Pupil Premium Governor. 

The overall impact of this will be reviewed during Summer/Autumn Term 2020.

 

 

Academic Year 2019 2020

 

 

The income received in a financial year is based on the January census.

The school received £1,320 for children who during the past 6 years have been entitled to a free school meal.

We are due to receive £22440 in Pupil Premium funding. 

This is based on the number of children who qualify for Free School Meals, excluding Nursery 

 

Number of children on roll –  62

Number of children eligible - 17 

 

Proposed Spending


 1. Small Class/Group Teaching                                                    £8000

 
 2. Curriculum development                                                          £3500      

 

3. Maths – Thinking Skills/Reasoning/|Mastery                           £3000           

                

 

4.  English – All Literacy strands, but more specifically

     reading, language use and improvement of vocabulary       £3000

 

     

 5.  IT – Chrome Books for eligible premium children               £3000

 

 

 6. Wider Opportunities for Learning                                           £2000

    

 

 

 

 

Other pupils who require additional support may benefit from this support.

 

 

 

1. Small Class Teaching

                                                                     

Proposed Spend:  £8000

 

Focus:   Class-based

Due to budgetary implications to maintain year groups which are taught together irrespective of class number in order to target children that need additional challenge and support within Mathematics and Literacy.

 

Impact

That eligible premium children make at least expected progress in all subject areas.

That eligible premium children make at least ARE in statutory KS outcomes


2.    Curriculum development      

 

Proposed Spend:   £3500

 

Focus:                                   

To ensure delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum which addresses local context and needs of children. [Subject Lead]

To develop the use of purposeful, curriculum-focused, dialogue and interaction.

To develop recall of information and increase knowledge base.

To enable planned repetition of learning

 

Impact:

Children make expected progress over time in all foundation subject areas

That working memory is not overloaded and that key information is repeated and retained


3.    Maths – Thinking Skills/Reasoning/|Mastery               

To continue to work alongside the Maths Hub and purchase textbooks/resources to embed teaching for Mastery across all year groups 

 

Proposed spend: £3000           

 

Focus:   

To develop number skills and improve children’s knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts, including mastery 

To develop a ‘number sense’ by developing understanding of quantity and number in Early Years and to maintain a teaching focus on Shape Space and Measure [beyond assessment focus]

To develop mathematical skills and reasoning through games including computer games [Digital Learning] and through using individualised learning programmes

To develop mathematical language.

Impact:
To have a positive impact on learning and mathematical outcomes in all age phases. Developed particular mathematical skills through regular focused teaching

Increased resilience and perseverance

That eligible premium children make at least expected progress in Maths.

That eligible premium children make at least ARE in statutory KS Maths outcomes

 

4. English – All Literacy strands, but more specifically reading, language use and improvement of vocabulary                                                

 

Proposed spend: £3000           

 

Focus: 

To improve reading comprehension strategies focusing on the learners’ understanding of written text.

To target reading aloud and book discussion with young children;

To develop creativity in writing

To redirect or refocus the learner’s actions to achieve intended goals [Feedback]

To develop pupils' speaking and listening skills and wider understanding of language 

To enable children to articulate their ideas and to improve spoken expression and vocabulary.

To talk more about their learning and to share their ideas with others [philosophy for children]

To give pupils opportunities to think about and talk explicitly about their own learning

To give pupils a range of strategies to help them plan, monitor and evaluate their learning and to know which strategy suits which situation.

To adopt a structured peer assisted learning approach for reading with sessions of 30 minutes twice a week

Impact:

Quality CPD

Pupils to have been taught a range of techniques which enable them to comprehend the meaning of what they have read and apply acquired skills in their writing.

Children increasingly are able to articulate their thoughts effectively and in an ordered manner which in turn is impacting other skills such as writing. 

Use of effective feedback to improve learning outcomes in reading/writing/gps

To develop a live marking approach allowing for instant feedback

To develop recall of information and increase knowledge base.

That eligible premium children make at least expected progress in all Literacy strands.

That eligible premium children make at least ARE in statutory KS Literacy outcomes

 

5.    Chrome Books for eligible premium children            
 

Proposed Spend:    £3000

 

Focus: 

Use of computers and technology to support learning within schools by way of programmes and applications designed for problem solving or open-ended learning
Interactive whiteboards or learning platforms to aid teachers deliver high quality, effective lessons

Impact:

Enhanced teaching and learning interactions supplementing more traditional teaching methods.  Improved [visual] feedback and more helpful representations to increase effective learning.   Motivated and engaged pupils

To enable planned repetition of skills through increased practice

 

6.   Wider Opportunities for Learning  [Access to enrichment activities e.g. school   trips/residential trips/Workshops in school eg Drama, Music Provision]       
 

Actual Cost:    £2000 

 

Focus:   

Ensured that all children have access to school trips and new experiences [Cultural Capital]

 

Impact:

Children’s interests are broadened, horizons expanded and aspirations cultivated.  Confidence and performance are improved as is emotional health and well-being.

Opportunities for collaborative learning experiences with a high level of physical and often emotional challenge to be evidenced

Practical problem-solving, explicit reflection and discussion of thought and emotion

Outdoor learning interventions to show positive benefits on academic learning.

Impact on non-cognitive outcomes such as self-confidence to be evidenced

 

Please read the information below which gives details of Pupil Premium 2018 -2019.

 

 

Academic Year 2018 2019

 

The income received in a financial year is based on the January census.  

The school received £1,320 for children who during the past 6 years have been entitled to a free school meal.

 

We are due to receive £19800 in Pupil Premium funding.  

 

This is based on the number of children who qualify for Free School Meals, excluding Nursery 

 

Number of children on roll – 55

Number of children eligible – 15

 

Actual Spend to date

 

 Additional Staffing:
 1. Intervention Work/Small Class                                 £8500


 2. Speech and Language Training                               £2000      

  Quality CPD/Training                                                    £250
  Speechlink Subscription Software                                £450

  SALSP Support                                                          £1300             

 

 3. Maths – Thinking Skills/Reasoning/|Mastery          £2862           

 Quality CPD/Training                                                  £1200

 Maths Resources                                                          £435

 Symphony    £2220 for 3 yr                                           £740

 I Can Books [Reasoning/Logic]                                     £298

 RM Maths                                                                      £105

 Early Years Maths                                                           £84                    

                        

 

 4.  English – Reading/GPS/Greater Writing             £3797

      Including feedback and evaluation

 Quality CPD                                                                  £1500

 Lexia   £ 3475 for 3 yr                                                   £1155

 Accelerated Reader                                                        £896

 I Can GPS/Reading Comprehension                              £246

 

 

 5. Wider Opportunities for Learning                               £2424

 Incl class visits/residential/violin lessons                

 

 

Total Estimated Income                                              £19800

Total Estimated Spend                                               £19583

Underspend                                                                   £217                                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Intervention Support/Small Class Work

                                                                     

Actual Cost:  £8500

 

Focus:   

Targeted predominantly Yr 3 and 4 children in order to reduce class size to maintain only a two year mix rather than three and without a key stage crossover.

Reduced Class Size to enable all core subjects to be taught effectively throughout all age phases

 

Impact:

Improved steady progress for all pupils from their starting points in all subjects.

Within Early Years there is a marked difference in eligibility/non-eligibility pupil GLD outcomes – this is cohort specific and also a result of non-eligible premium pupils’ entitlement to 30 hours throughout their time in Nursery.

Within other year groups, 70% of premium eligibility children have made expected progress or better across the year.


2.    Speech and Language Provision

 

Actual Cost:   £2000      

                                   

Focus:   

Targeted children continued to have additional speech and language work on a regularly basis

Speaking and listening skills have been enhanced and progress made in phonics and reading

 

Impact:

Children screened and speech and language issues quickly identified and a programme of work in place to remedy.

Staff work alongside SALT and SALSP to ensure continued provision.

Speaking outcomes at EYFS are improved on previous year and in line with NA.

% of children on the SEN register for dedicated speech and language issues continues to diminish.

Combined CLL, Reading and Writing

Phonics results continue to be maintained in line with NA and our own data. 

80% achieving a pass at Yr 1 with 100% at Yr 2.


3.    Maths Resources including Maths based and IT Subscriptions

 

Quality CPD/Training, Additional Maths Resources and Training –Symphony, I Can Books [Reasoning/Logic]  RM Maths, Early Years Maths  

 

Actual Cost: £8662           

 

Focus:   

Improve standards in Mathematics including attainment at the higher standards. Developing teaching for mastery strategies across all age phases.  Developed confidence in pupils’ own mathematical ability and reasoning explanations.

 

Impact:

Quality CPD and teaching for mastery has ensured that high standards in Maths continues to be at least maintained or improved at each year group.  A dip is evident in one year group which will be addressed by continuing to teach in small, year group settings, with further staff development

 

4.  English – Greater Depth Writing including feedback and evaluation
 

Actual Cost:    £3797

 

Focus: 

To improve writing skills throughout year groups and attainment at ARE and GD.

To work alongside Literacy Consultant to develop editing and redrafting skills.

To undertake appropriate training in developing strategies to improve attainment in literacy strands particularly at higher standards.

To support and track pupil reading comprehension and GPS skills 

To increase number of children working at ARE

 

Impact:

Improved standards and results at all age phases.

Greater majority of children at ARE in line with set out targets.

KS 1 Reading - 88% achieved ARE against 75% NA 

        Greater Depth [38%] was higher than NA [25%]

Writing 75% achieved ARE at KS 1 against 69% NA and in line with NA [15%] at GD [13%]

No pupil premium eligibility at KS 1

KS 2 Reading ARE – 86% ARE higher than NA [73] with 43% achieving HS against 27% NA

In Writing 100% achieved ARE against 79% NA and 29% HS. [NA 20%]

In GPS 100% achieved ARE against 78% NA and 29% HS slightly below NA at 36%.

100% of premium eligibility pupils achieved 100% in Reading at ARE and HS, whilst in 100% achieved ARE in Writing and GPS with 50% achieving the Higher Standard

In Reading, non-premium eligibility pupils achieved 80% at ARE with 20% achieving the Higher Standard

In Writing and GPS non-premium eligibility pupils all achieved ARE with 20% achieving the Higher Standard

 

 

5.  Wider Opportunities for Learning  [Access to enrichment activities e.g. school  trips/residential trips/Workshops in school eg Drama, Music Provision]       
 

Actual Cost:    £2424

 

Focus:   

To ensure that all children have opportunities to extend their arts and culture knowledge and experience of their local area to enhance learning.

Impact:

Children’s interests are broadened, horizons expanded and aspirations cultivated.  Confidence and performance are improved as is emotional health and well-being.

Increased opportunities to develop speaking and listening skills along with creative writing skills.

 

 

PE and Sports Premium

 

The PE and Sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

 

 

Academic Year 2018 2019

Academic Year: 2018/19

Total fund allocated: £16400

Date Updated:

 

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:

13%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Actual Spend

£2170

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

To sign up to Durham’s Active 30 pledge committing to at least 30 minutes of activity for all pupils each day.

 

To develop range of activities for playtime participation

 

 

To develop the outdoor area in EYFS

Encourage active lessons: Active Maths

Breakfast Club to use Change for Life equipment.

 

Skipping Workshops 

 

 

Area sheds to be purchased to store resources and establish areas.

Pebbles to be purchased for the pebble pit etc

£150 Skipping Resources

 

 

£100

 

 

£1920

 

 

 

All pupils involved in Active 30

Active 30 achieved through active playtimes/skipping/use of equipment

 

 

Outdoor area improved.

EYFS Area developed with learning zones, sand pit refreshed and pebble pit installed

Daily mile to be firmly embedded into the school day.

 

To identify less active pupils and ensure they are taking part in festivals/ lunchtime and after school clubs

 

To achieve Active 60

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:

8%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Actual Spend

     £1258

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

New assessment and tracker to be developed and implemented to identify gaps in learning and to monitor children’s attainment throughout their time in school.

 

To retrain playmakers/sports leaders with links to using the outdoor gym equipment.

 

 

 

 

 

To subscribe to IMove to promote active and healthy lifestyles

 

 

To achieve School Games Mark.

 

 

 

 

To acknowledge and celebrate children’s achievements in sports outside of school.

 

 

Attend cluster meetings to get information on what needs to be reported. SG and SM to develop tracker.

 

 

Year 5 & 6 to be trained to lead groups of younger children.

Regular meetings to be held to discuss how the scheme is going.

Resources and scheme of work to be developed to include the outdoor gym equipment.

Sports Leaders subscription

IMove Subscription

 

Look at School Games criteria and plan entry to competitions.

Plan intra/inter-school competitions: indoor and outdoor sports day, healthy living week activities,

Re-establish the Sports newsletter

 

Encourage children to bring in trophies and certificates that they have achieved in their clubs outside school to show in assemblies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

£1090

For transport

 

 

 

 

 

£48

£120 IMove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pupils needs to achievements will be identified to inform planning and monitor success.

 

Leadership skills developed.

Active Sports Crew retrained – helped develop intra school competitions/ newsletter/advertising of events etc

 

 

 

 

Yearly Festival/Competition timetable established

5 inter-house festivals were established throughout the year

 

To achieve Silver School Games Mark

 

 

Pupils achievements are celebrated.

 

 

 

For subject lead to prepare and to be able to carry out a deep dive in PE

 

For SL update policies and procedures

 

To ensure that vast majority of children are reaching ARE in different PE strands – where this is failing establish why and how to address

 

To ensure progression of PE skills are mapped at all ages and that all staff are competent in their teaching 

 

To ensure Sports Premium spending is appropriate and effective

 

A developed schedule of afterschool clubs including sporting leagues throughout the year

 

To establish new School Games Crew to further develop playground games

 

Determine a plan of inter-house festivals and competitions

 

 

To establish further links with local community sporting  clubs

 

Continue to acknowledge and celebrate children’s achievements outside of school

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

Percentage of total allocation:

17%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Actual Spend

£2850

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

New staff to receive CPD in areas of need. Audit staff needs.

Coaching support for staff on weekly basis

EYFS/SAQ training/PE Conference etc

 

To consider EYFS Physical strand to see why children are not achieving higher levels.

 

 

Pupil audit of how they feel about PE. What do they find enjoyable/challenging?

Audit staff needs.

 

 

 

Staff training and supply cover

 

Curriculum plan for Early Years to include SAQ and fundamental movement.

CPD for CM.

 

 

Questionnaire to be filled in by all pupils.

 

 

 

£1000

 

Additional training/supply cover £1600

 

LEA Monitoring £250

 

 

 

 

Improved confidence in staff.

Lessons to be of high quality.

Pupils’ attainment to improve.

 

Relevant courses attended

 

Attainment in physical development to improve.

Improved outcomes at EYFS

 

Information used to inform planning and further action plan.

Staff work alongside Forest School Leader developing own skills

To carry our staff and pupil audit and to address need

 

To establish a Forest School Leader within school

 

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Percentage of total allocation:

46%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Actual Spend

£7637

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

To continue to develop the school garden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Children to take part in forest school lessons/gardening throughout the year

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To develop teaching schemes for outdoor gym equipment and traditional games.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yr 4/5/6 Residential to Keswick

 

Wednesday afternoon sessions to continue.

Development of life-long learning skills with a developed love of the outdoors and ability to grow products.

To increase knowledge of what constitutes healthy eating

To learn where food comes from

To develop entrepreneurial skills in selling produce

 

Further garden equipment to be purchased. –Repairs to existing beds/greenhouse etc

 

As part of Wednesday afternoon’s active curriculum. Development of life-skills building up resilience and confidence in carrying our problem-solving tasks.

Developing a love of the outdoors being active whilst learning.

Developing cross-curricular links, knowledge and skills.

 

 

Scheme of work and resources to be shared with staff and the playmakers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adventurous activities to be booked as part of Residential – eg canoeing/rock climbing/archery etc

Resources [Gardening Tools, Storage etc             £2342

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OASES SLA £4400

 

 

Activities re residential

£895

 

 

 

 

Healthy living  embedded into school curriculum – Healthy Living Week activities included walks, team building, visit from an Athlete

 

Improvement school grounds.

 

School garden developed with new vegetable beds and polytunnel, greenhouse repaired

Yr 2 – 6 children took part in gardening activities throughout the summer months with a good yield of vegetables –

Food to fork process in action

 

Developed resilience/robustness and the ability to take risks.

 

 

EYFS/KS 1 have the opportunity to garden as and when required

 

Yr 2 – 6 children took part in Forest School during winter months

 

Residential Activities undertaken – hiking, canoeing, archery, climbing

To continue to develop school garden/Forest School/OAA activities

 

 

 

RHS Woodland School Awards

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:

10%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Actual Spend

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

All pupils to compete in at least one festival over the year

 

Children to be put forward from School Games competitions.

 

To develop links with local clubs

A programme of festivals etc is established in liaison with comps

 

 

 

 

All-Star cricket coaching workshops for all children and assembly – KS 2 children attended local cricket festival

£1500

 

 

 

 

 

£200

 

£1700

All pupils gained experience in a range of competitions and festivals

 

All pupils attended at least 1 festival – with KS 2 children attending at least 2

 

 

 

 

Other Indicator identified by school: eg Additional Swimming

 

Percentage of total allocation:

3%

Contingencies

Running repairs to existing playground activity equipment inc ROSPa inspection

 

Due to small cohort numbers, all statutory aged children are given an opportunity to swim at some point throughout the year

£450

£450

 

 

£0

 

 

 

Increased proportions of children achieve 25m at a younger age

 

 

Academic Year 2019 2020

At Blessed John Duckett RC Primary School, we want our children to engage positively with PE and sporting activities, demonstrating enthusiasm and enjoyment, and valuing the importance and benefits of a healthy, active lifestyle.

 

PE and Sport is well established and is celebrated throughout our school.

 

This year’s allocation is £16,640.

 

This money will be spent over the course of the year to finance sustainable developments in P.E. and sport opportunities for children in school.

 

Proposed Spending

 

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

 

Development of Sports Leaders                                                    £50

Lunch Time Clubs                                                                        £800
Musical Playground SLA                                                            £1200

Equipment                                                                                  £450                                      £2500

 

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

 

SLA with Education Enterprise                                                      [£4425]
Monitoring of PE by Durham CC                                                      £300
Development of Sport Leaders                                                        [£200]

Healthy Lifestyles – Healthy Living Week                                        £400

                                                                                                                                                £700

 

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

 

CPD training and coaches:                                                           £1500

Additional Training/Supply                                                            £1000

Forest School Leader Training [Oases] + Supply                         £1000

                                                                                                                                             £3500

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

After School Clubs – EE                                                             £1300

Links with sporting clubs                                                              £300

                                                                                                                                              £1600

 

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

 

Competitions and Festivals [Leagues] – EE                                £600

Transport costs: Festivals etc                                                    £1500

Team Kits                                                                                     £600

                                                                                                                                               £2700

Other Indicator identified by school: eg Additional Swimming

 

Forest School [Oases]                                                               £2200

More than Dance Workshops                                                      £500

Taylor Shaw – Fun to Cook                                                         £250

Resources/Equipment [Forest School/Gardening Tools]           £1500

Running Repairs/Rospa

Contingencies/Wider Opportunities                                           £1200

                                                                                                                                                £5650

 

Total Anticipated Spend                           16650                                                                                                    

  

                                                                                                                                    

1.   The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity          [Active 60]

 

Proposed Spend:  £2500                                                                                           15%

 

1.1 School Playground Activity Leaders [Sports Leaders UK]

 

Proposed Spend:   £50   Website Subscription                                                                              

Focus:   

To enable children learning new important leaderships skills as well as adopting healthy active lifestyles encouraging others.

 

Impact:

Increase their confidence and experience in helping others and selves to adopt healthy

approaches and attitudes to life.

 

1.2 Weekly Lunch Time Club with PE specialist                                                              

 

Proposed Spend:   £800 [EE]

Focus:   

To engage all children in focused lunchtime physical activity, whether tutoring or being tutored led by PE specialist

 

Impact:

For PALs to prepare and lead lunchtime clubs for other children throughout the week ensuring that all children are engaged and have the same opportunities.

 

1.3 Musical Playground SLA                                                      

 

Proposed Spend:   £1200                                                                              

Focus:   

Creating musical buddies in the playground, engaging in traditional playground games

 

Impact:

To retain traditional playground games, including skipping, songs and rhymes and further engage children to be active during breaktimes – encourages collaboration….

 

1.4  Equipment                                                                     

 

Proposed Spend:   £450

Focus:

To contribute to PE additional grant monies to provide enough gym equipment for class activity.

 

Impact:

Children enjoy additional opportunities to maintain healthy and active lifestyles outside of school lessons and as part of their ‘active play’. It is envisaged that a lunch time/after school club be established to make full use of equipment.

 

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

 

Proposed Spend:  £700                                                                                             4%

 

2.1       SLA with Education Enterprise                                                      [£4425]

 

Focus:   

EE to provide a bespoke package of continuous professional development for all staff [3@twilight sessions], including a programme of high quality specialist coaching [39 hrs], a competition, festival and league programme throughout the year.  A range of after school and lunch time sports provision [39 hrs].

 

Impact:

High quality, sustainable PE provision for children throughout all age phases.  Raises standards with improved skill sets, increased % of children at ARE. 

100% participation in sporting out of school hours activities and clubs. 

A continued opportunity for all children try out a range of sports and to represent their school in a number of festivals and competitions. 

Staff to have access to quality training and CPD.

 

2.2       Monitoring of PE by Durham CC 

                                                   

Proposed Spend:   £300

Focus:   

One Quality Assurance visit by the PE and Sport Inspector at DCC. 

 

Impact:

Review and development of PE Action Plan

 

2.3       Development of Sport Leaders

 

Proposed Spend:   [£200 EE]

Focus:   

To enable children to develop leaderships skills and to take an active role in preparing and delivering skill sessions to peers during lunchtime activities.

 

Impact:

To increase confidence and experience of children in taking a leadership role.  To engage all children in lunchtime activities in a planned way

 

2.4       Healthy Lifestyles – Healthy Living Week

 

Proposed Spend:  £400

Focus:   

Children adopt healthy approaches and attitudes to life in all aspects.  To take inspiration from a medal winning athlete.

 

Impact:

To increase confidence and experience of children in helping others and selves to adopt healthy approaches and attitudes to life.

Healthy Living Week –outdoor adventure activity – Inter-house team competitions/challenges – Fun to Cook activities with Taylor Shaw including SNAG

 

3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

 

Proposed Spend:  £3500                                                                                        21%

  

3.1       CPD training and coaches:

 

Proposed Spend:  £1500 EE

Focus:   

School staff to have an opportunity to develop their knowledge and understanding of PE through team teaching with a specialist coach on all strands of PE.  In association with coach to devise a scheme of well-planned sequential lessons to ensure high quality delivery now and in the future to inform teaching and enable appropriate levels of challenge.

 

Impact:

Good quality teaching and learning to be evident. 

 

3.2       Additional Training/Supply 

                                                             

Proposed Spend:   £1000

Focus:   

For training to be focused on individual need – further development of Subject Lead in light of a curriculum revision

 

Impact:

Good quality teaching and learning to be evident.

A well-planned and delivered curriculum in place enabling skills to be development and rehearsed

 

3.3       Forest School Leader Training [Oases] + Supply

                       

Proposed Spend:   £1000

Focus:   

To train a member of staff to enable in-house delivery of the Forest School Programme.  This training will enable planning, preparation and delivery of FSP including a developed knowledge of the woodland environment and practical skills [fires, tools, knots and shelters]

 

Impact:

Qualified Forest School Leader on staff to enable sustained delivery of Forest School Programme

 

4.  Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

 

Proposed Spend: £1600                                                                                          10%

 

4.1  After School Clubs                                                                   

 

Proposed Spend: £1300 EE

Focus:   

To offer a range of different after school clubs that will help to broaden the experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils. It will also help to increase the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.

 

Impact:

All children access at least one after school club

Increased take up of after school clubs [sporting/ehw]

 

4.2  Links with Sporting Clubs

 

Proposed Spend: £300

Focus:   

To develop and maintain links with local sporting clubs and venues. To experience new sports

 

Impact:

For more children to engage in sporting activities outside of school and to become members of local clubs. Workshops in school

 

5 Increased participation in competitive sport

 

Proposed Spend:    £2700                                                                                        16%

 

5.1 Competitions and Festivals
 

Proposed Spend:    £600

Focus:   

To enable children to take part in a wide range of events, including competitive events and leagues. This year the competition calendar will offer more events to enable all children to participate in competitive sports. We plan to take part in: Handball, Dance/Gymnastics, Kurling and Boccia, Multi-skills, Tri-Golf, Rounders, Football, Dodgeball, Netball.

 

Impact:

Development of sporting achievement

Development of being part of a team

Development of team leader skills

 

5.2 Transport  
 

Proposed Spend £1500

Focus: 

Towards the cost of transport (coaches) for children to attend all competition and festivals.

 

Impact:

Increased participation in sporting festivals and competitions across all age phases

To achieve Silver Standard Mark – Sainbury’s Games PE Quality Mark

 

5.3 Teamkit  
 

Proposed Spend:    £600

Focus: 

To purchase teamkit to instil confidence and team identity and unity – motivation to succeed when attending all competition and festivals.[poverty proofing]

 

Impact:

Increased participation and success in sporting festivals and competitions across all age phases

To achieve Silver Standard Mark – Sainbury’s Games PE Quality Mark

 

 

6.  Other Indicator identified by school: eg Additional Swimming

                                    

Proposed Spend:    £5650                                                                                    34%

  

6.1       Forest School [Oases]                                                                    

 

Proposed Spend: £2200

Focus: 

To further develop active curriculum.

To develop children’s life-learning skills, building up resilience and confidence in carrying our problem-solving tasks.

To develop a love of the outdoors, being active whilst learning.

To develop cross-curricular links, knowledge and skills [Geo/Science/DT etc]

 

Impact:

Developed resilience/robustness with the ability to take risks without fear                              

Developed life-long learning skills

Ability to transfer skills into curriculum subjects

 

 

6.2       More than Dance Workshops                                                           

 

Proposed Spend: £500

Focus: 

To extend features of dance beyond the curriculum

 

Impact:

Increased participation in and appreciation of liturgical dance

Expression of emotion

Enhanced performance

Improved emotional health and wellbeing

 

6.3       Taylor Shaw – Fun to Cook after school club                                                       

 

Proposed Spend: £250

Focus: 

To give children the opportunity to develop cookery skills outside the curriculum, reinforcing what constitutes a healthy plate.

To taste and use garden produce grown by children themselves.

 

Impact:

Children have a range of easy to use healthy recipes which could be replicated at home.

Enabling children to make a difference at home [engagement with families cooking together]

 

6.4       Resources/Equipment [Forest School/Gardening Tools]          

 

Proposed Spend: £250

Focus:   

To re-instate school garden and to encourage a healthy lifestyle growing garden produce which can be transferred to home.

To increase children’s knowledge of where food comes from and what constitutes healthy food.

 

Impact:

Developed life-long learning skills with a developed love of the outdoors and knowledge to grow produce.

Increased knowledge of what constitutes healthy eating and where food comes from

Developed entrepreneurial skills in growing and selling produce

Enabling children to make a difference at home

Developed cross curricular links [outdoor classroom opportunities]

 

6.5       Running Repairs/Rospa/Contingencies/Wider Opportunities

 

Proposed Spend: £1200

Focus:   

Following ROSPA and Sports Safe inspections to carry out any necessary running repairs to adventure playground to ensure it meets health and safety regulations

 

Impact:

Full access to equipment enabled.

Equipment in regular use

 

 

Please Note

Swimming:

Due to small cohort numbers, all statutory aged children are given an opportunity to swim at some point throughout the year without additional spend

Impact:
Increased proportions of children achieve 25m at a younger age

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