Linthwaite Ardron CE (VA) Junior and Infant School

'Through Christian values we support, help, inspire, nurture and encourage all individuals to SHINE and reach their potential'

Church Ln, Linthwaite, Huddersfield HD7 5TA

01484 845544

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Sports Premium

 

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium plan  for Academic year 2020/2021

Total amount expected to receive approximately £17300

Sport Premium funding at Linthwaite Ardron is used to :

Provide a range of sporting activities to develop a life-long love of being active 

Provide development opportunities for staff

Develop pupil understanding about the importance of being fit and  healthy, both physically and mentally

Encourage physical activity in those pupils who might normally follow a sedentary lifestyle

We are required to publish how our Sport Premium money has been used and its impact on PE, sports participation and attainment.

The table below shows how we intend to spend the money

Target

Action and Expected

 

 

Expenditure

How will we ensure improvements

are sustainable 

Impact
To continue to improve pupil engagement in all areas of learning, particularly PE and sport, by teaching teamwork, resilience and determination through sports activities and competition.

Range of after school,  playtime and lunchtime  clubs are now in place and are subsidised by school.

All children are now able to access in school sports clubs that give them the opportunity to try out a wider range of competitive sports on a daily basis.

Inclusive activities have meant that vulnerable pupils are now active most playtimes / lunchtimes and are learning life skills that will allow them to engage with sport in the future.

To continue to develop the playleader scheme so that all older pupils have the opportunity  to lead activities and have experience of promoting being active. 

Approximately  £4000 will be spent on club sports staff

Approximately £1000 will be spent on perishable equipment.

Approximately 2 days (£500) will be spent by PLT to train playleaders scheme. 

Sustainability will be  ensured through participation and inclusion of  lunchtime supervisors in sporting activities with pupils

High quality teaching is being developed throughout school to ensure it is at least good and more often outstanding.

Dance will become a focus.  The skills of a member of staff (who is also a dance teacher) will be utilised to provide staff CPD.

Staff continue to work alongside a specialist PE teacher to develop their PE skills and delivery of PE lessons, although some staff who have benefited from training in the past are now planning and delivering PE lessons themselves.

 

Expected Cost of specialist PE teacher to deliver some guidance £3500 

Approximately £200 will be spent on equipment needed to support teaching of high quality PE 

Sustainability will be secured by  teachers working alongside specialised PE teachers and coaches and improving their own skills.

Enter more sports competitions, festivals and events
 

 

£500 has been spent to pay for a specialist dance teacher to support class teachers to prepare pupils to enter a dance competitions.

 

It is planned for teachers to coach children  in the future to enter competitions, festivals and other events.
To ensure successful outcomes for all pupils (including vulnerable groups, most able and those in receipt of pupil premium).

 

School will continue to be a member of the Pennine Sports Partnership which provides a wealth of targeted activities, competitions and festivals including those for SEN and most able pupils.

Most pupils (including all SEN and children from vulnerable groups) will participate in at least one inter sports competition this academic year.

 

It is expected that this cost will be £1210 Sustainability has been secured through all KS2  pupils being exposed to sport competition - experiences that will allow them to enjoy and participate in  this type of activity for life.

To ensure that KS2 children meet the minimum standard in swimming. All pupils in Year 4 will attend swimming lessons during curriculum time. Y5 pupils who have not yet met KS2 standards will attend swimming lessons after Christmas. Any pupil not achieving the expected standard will be offered additional lessons. 

 

This  year we continue to aim for 90% (an increase of 18% on 2018 data) of pupils to leave our school having met the minimum national curriculum standards for KS2 swimming regarding distance, using a range of strokes and being able to perform safe self rescue in water based situations. See below for a more detailed breakdown provided by swimming staff.Pupils will be safe near water and will be able to enjoy this activity as an adult should they so wish.

It is anticipated that additional swimming lessons will cost approximately £1000 to allow pupils to meet the expected standard

 

 funding to allow staff to attend training courses and network meetings

 

Expected costs £1000

 

  

 

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium plan  for Academic year 2019/2020

Total amount expected to receive approximately £17300

We are required to publish how our Sport Premium money has been used and its impact on PE, sports participation and attainment.

The table below shows how we intend to spend the money

Target

Action and Expected

Expenditure 

How will we ensure improvements

are sustainable 

Impact
To improve pupil engagement in all areas of learning, particularly PE and sport, by teaching teamwork, resilience and determination through sports activities and competition.

Range of after school,  playtime and lunchtime  clubs are now in place and are subsidised by school.

All children are now able to access in school sports clubs that give them the opportunity to try out a wider range of competitive sports on a daily basis.

Inclusive activities have meant that vulnerable pupils are now active most playtimes / lunchtimes and are learning life skills that will allow them to engage with sport in the future.

A playleader scheme is where pupils lead activities and have experience of promoting being active is planned to be developed this year.

Approximately  £4000 will be spent on club sports staff

Approximately £1000 will be spent on perishable equipment.

Approximately 2 days (£500) will be spent by PLT to set up the playleader scheme. 

Sustainability will be  ensured through participation and inclusion of  lunchtime supervisors in sporting activities with pupils

Sports clubs were well attended. Some were full and had a waiting list. Pupils visibly felt proud to be recognised for sporting achievements through school  and community clubs.

Playleaders were actively organising and leading activities each lunchtime until the school closed due to COVID 19. Play leaders looked forward to days when they were able to be a play leaders.

 

High quality teaching is being developed throughout school to ensure it is at least good and more often outstanding.

 

PE lessons are graded as at least good.

Staff continue to work alongside a specialist PE teacher to develop their PE skills and delivery of PE lessons, although some staff who have benefited from training in the past are now planning and delivering PE lessons themselves.

Expected Cost of specialist PE teacher to deliver some guidance £3500 

Approximately £200 will be spent on equipment needed to support teaching of high quality PE 

Sustainability has been secured through teachers working alongside specialised PE teachers and coaches and improving their own skills. PE continues to develop and show a consistent approach regardless of  whom is delivers the lesson.
Enter more sports competitions, festivals and events

 

£500 has been spent to pay for a specialist dance teacher to support class teachers to prepare pupils to enter a dance competitions.

It is planned for teachers to coach children  in the future to enter competitions, festivals and other events. Due to the COVID school closure many competitions and tournaments were cancelled and this objective could not be achieved. 
To ensure successful outcomes for all pupils (including vulnerable groups, most able and those in receipt of pupil premium).

 

School will continue to be a member of the Pennine Sports Partnership which provides a wealth of targeted activities, competitions and festivals including those for SEN and most able pupils.

Most pupils (including all SEN and children from vulnerable groups) will participate in at least one inter sports competition this academic year.

It is expected that this cost will be £1210

Sustainability has been secured through all KS2  pupils being exposed to sport competition - experiences that will allow them to enjoy and participate in  this type of activity for life. The Pennine School Partnership has been instrumental in providing good quality support and advice that has led to pupils being supported in the best way possible (e.g. GD and SEN pupil workshops, CPD for the PE lead)  
To ensure that KS2 children meet the minimum standard in swimming All pupils in Year 4 will attend swimming lessons during curriculum time. Y5 pupils who have not yet met KS2 standards will attend swimming lessons after Christmas. This  year we are aiming for 90% (an increase of 18%) of pupils to leave our school having met the minimum national curriculum standards for KS2 swimming regarding distance, using a range of strokes and being able to perform safe self rescue in water based situations. See below for a more detailed breakdown provided by swimming staff. Pupils will be safe near water and will be able to enjoy this activity as an adult should they so wish. Swimming lessons were halted in March due to the COVID pandemic. This meant  lessons did not have the impact that we had hoped.   
Healthy lifestyles are being promoted by encouraging participation in community sports clubs

 

 

Range of community clubs will be invited into school for taster sessions throughout the year at an estimated cost of £500.

Healthy and Safe week will focus on long term benefits of a healthy lifestyle and how to access this lifestyle in the community. Expenditure £500

 

The school sport census shows  participation in community sports clubs such as cricket, dance, swimming, gymnastics by pupils of Linthwaite Ardron.

With 72% of KS2 (baseline figures still to be determined) sustainability is shown through attendance at community sports clubs and during sports week children will be encouraged to bring details of community clubs that they attend and a display made to ensure that pupils are signposted to community sports clubs in the future. 

The school census was not completed at the end of the year due to the COVID pandemic so no comparison can be made.
funding to allow staff to attend training courses and network meetings

 

 

1 member staff attended PE Network meeting on 09/11/17.

1 member of staff attended Sports Partnership training days x3

 

Expected costs £1000

Sustainability will be secured through increased knowledge and understanding.

Staff attended training and gained in knowledge
Maintaining perishable resources (netball bibs, cones, sponge balls etc.) and providing a range of equipment for use at lunchtimes and playtimes to increase physical activity Expected costs £1500 New equipment encouraged children to engage in activity at lunchtimes and playtimes

 

 

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium plan  for Academic year 2018/2019

Total amount expected to receive approximately £17300

We are required to publish how our Sport Premium money has been used and its impact on PE, sports participation and attainment.

The table below shows how we intend to spend the money

Target Action and Expected Expenditure  How will we ensure improvements are sustainable                  Impact
To improve pupil engagement in all areas of learning, particularly PE and sport, by teaching teamwork, resilience and determination through sports activities.

Range of after school and lunch  clubs are now in place and are subsidised by school.

 Approx £2550 will be spent on club sports staff and equipment.(320+383+224+114+67+1410)

the playground will be marked so that it encourages pupil engagement in sport (2465)

All children are now able to access in school sports clubs that give them the opportunity to try out a wider range of sports.

Inclusive activities have meant that vulnerable pupils are now active most playtimes / lunchtimes and are learning life skills that will allow them to engage with sport in the future.

Sustainability will be  ensured through participation  of  lunchtime supervisors in sporting activities with pupils

Numbers of children participating in after schools sports activities and activities at lunchtimes has increased.                                                                                                                          
High quality teaching is being developed throughout school to ensure it is at least good and more often outstanding.

Staff continue to work alongside a specialist PE teacher to develop their PE skills and delivery of PE lessons.

Expected Cost of specialist PE teacher £8500 (790+655)

Approximately £200 will be spent on equipment needed to support teaching of high quality PE (239)

 

PE lessons are graded as at least good.

Sustainability has been secured through teachers working alongside specialised PE teachers and coaches and improving their own skills.

Pupils benefit from high quality activity which encourages a love of being active for life.

Enter more sports competitions, festivals and events

£500 has been spent to pay for a specialist dance teacher to work alongside teachers during the Autumn  term and prepare pupils to enter a dance competition.

It is planned for teachers to coach children  in the future to enter competitions, festivals and other events. Children from across KS2 entered 4 dance events this year (2 modern at Colne Valley High School and 2 traditional dance and Local festivals)
To ensure successful outcomes for all pupils (including vulnerable groups, most able and those in receipt of pupil premium).

School will continue to be a member of the Pennine Sports Partnership which provides a wealth of targeted activities, competitions and festivals including those for SEN and most able pupils.

 

It is expected that this cost will be £1210

Most pupils (including all SEN and children from vulnerable groups) will participate in at least one inter sports competition this academic year.

Sustainability has been secured through all KS2  pupils being exposed to sport competition - experiences that will allow them to enjoy and participate in  this type of activity for life.

A significant number of  children including vulnerable, SEN and pupil premium have participated and achieved in sports. 

Children have learned new skills and activities that they are interested in and have pursued outside school. 

 

To ensure that KS2 children meet the minimum standard in swimming All pupils in Year 4 pupils will attend swimming lessons during curriculum time. Y5 pupils who have not yet met KS2 standards will attend swimming lessons after Christmas. Last year  72% of pupils left our school having met the minimum national curriculum standards for KS2 swimming regarding distance, using a range of strokes and being able to perform safe self rescue in water based situations. See below for a more detailed breakdown provided by swimming staff. This year it is expected that 100% of pupils will meet the minimum requirement for swimming
Healthy lifestyles are being promoted by encouraging participation in community sports clubs

Range of community clubs will be invited into school for taster sessions throughout the year at an estimated cost of £500.

Healthy and Safe week will focus on long term benefits of a healthy lifestyle and how to access this lifestyle in the community. Expenditure £50

The school sport census shows  participation in community sports clubs such as cricket, dance, swimming, gymnastics by pupils of Linthwaite Ardron.

With 72% of KS2 (baseline figures still to be determined) sustainability is shown through attendance at community sports clubs and during sports week children will be encouraged to bring details of community clubs that they attend and a display made to ensure that pupils are signposted to community sports clubs in the future. 

Pupils bring certificates from community sports clubs to be presented in our celebration assembly at the end of the week. Children say that they enjoy attending these clubs and pupils in the audience are given details of how they can access these clubs with their friends who already participate.
Increase physical activity  of  vulnerable pupils by engaging them in sports associated activities as a precusor to engaging them in an active lifestyle.

Change 4 Life Club  (Spring term).  Expected expenditure unknown at present 

 

Pupil interviews tell us that pupils are knowledge able about how having an active lifestyle can help people.

Increase pupil engagement and pupil inclusion by encouraging them to take on leadership  roles that support sport and physical activity within the school

 

Development of playleader roles to promote inclusion.

It is anticipated that £1500 will be spent in this area to fund coaching for leadership roles and a small amount of necessary equipment including multi sensory resources to support inclusion.

 

A Playleader led system will be introduced to the school that can be sustained with minimal cost indefinitely.
funding to allow staff to attend training courses and network meetings Expected costs £500

1 member staff attended PE Network meeting on 09/11/17.

1 member of staff attended Sports Partnership training days x3

Sustainability will be secured through increased knowledge and understanding.

The PLT at our school  is able to guide pupils to competitive sport, community clubs and is able to maximise the number of sports competitions that we enter as a school.
Maintaining perishable resources (netball bibs, cones, sponge balls etc.) and providing a range of equipment for use at lunchtimes and playtimes to increase physical activity Expected costs £1500

 

For funding in previous years please see below

PSP Linthwaite Ardron participation 2014 - 2015

Linthwaite Ardron PSP Action Plan 2015 - 2016

 

Impact of Sports Premium funding 2015-2016.docx

Sports Premium Action Plan 2016-2017

 

Impact of Sports Premium funding 2016-2017

Sports Premium Action 2017-2018

 

Impact of Sports Premium Funding 2017-2018

Swimming Data 2018 2019

Swimming Data 2017 2018

Swimming Data 2016 2017