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Hart Plain Junior School

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School Sports Premium


 
Year
Budget Allocation
Actual  Spend 
Evidence of Impact
13/14
 
 
£ 9,405
·         Training staff in teaching outstanding gymnastics. PE coordinator undertook specialist training for the summer term.  
·         Purchase of new sports equipment for sports activity during break times
·         Significant investment in our gymnastics curriculum, including the purchase of new wall bars, mats and free-standing gymnastics equipment.
·         Provision of a free sports activity club based at Cowplain, run by our specialist sports coaches
·         Purchase of new PE equipment and storage facilities.
Gymnastics planning more rigorous resulting in children obtaining high quality teaching in this area.
 
More children taking part in sporting activities being run at lunch times
 
Teachers reporting more use of PE equipment due to ease of storage and better quality.
 
Progress of children attending the sports club is slightly above average of those not attending (0.1APS)
 

Year
Budget Allocation
Actual Spend 
Aims/Outcomes
14/15
£9, 390
·         Provision of a free sports activity club based at Cowplain, run by our specialist sports coaches
·         Provision of free football club for boys and girls in all year groups run by qualified coaches
·         Provision of free street dance club open to children in Y5/6 run by a professional dance club
·         Funding for intra and inter school tournaments for all sports
·         Investment in new playground markings for netball, basketball, football, multi-skills and cycling proficiency.
·         Investment in new Trim trail equipment
·         Aim – to open a range of sport to all children in the school
·         Aim – to develop team skills and expose children to the wider community
·         Aim – to encourage a range of quality sports based activity during break and lunch time.
 
Outcomes
2015 Outcomes for those children involved in Sports Premium extra-curricular activities:
 
57% of Children in year 6 participated in one of the Sports Premium Funded after school actives:
 
2015 end of Key Stage results showed these children demonstrated higher outcomes in reading, writing and maths:
·         Reading: L4+ 97% compared to 90% for all children.
L5+ 49% compared to 43% for all children.
 
·         Writing: L4+ 97% compared to 89% for all children.
L5+ 29% compared to 24% for all children.
 
·         Maths: L4+ 92% compared to 95% for all children.
L5+ 37% compared to 35% for all children.
 
 91% of SP children achieve L4+ in all 3 subjects compared to 82% of all pupil
 
83% of SP children achieve L4B+ in all 3 subjects compared to 73% of all pupil

Year
Budget Allocation
Proposed spend
Aims
15/16
£9, 350
·         Continue to provide a range of free sports clubs to all children
·         Further develop link s with other schools to organise inter schools tournaments
·         Further develop staff training in use of equipment
·         Training for all lunchtime staff on new playground equipment
·         Develop Sports Leaders within the school
·         to open a range of sport to all children in the school
·         to develop team skills and expose children to the wider community. To further develop children’s confidence and love of sports through performance or competition.
·         to ensure all children are receiving high quality, progressive gymnastic teaching
·         to enable all children to get the most from taking part in sporting activities at break and lunch time.
·         to use the children to promote the benefits of sport and encourage more children to take part in regular sporting activities.