Sports Pupil Premium 2017-2018

Sports Premium at Mengham Junior School                                                                            

[Scroll down to see how it was used in 2016-17 and the impact]

Planned use of Sports Premium  2017-18 - £18,050

Objective

Strategies

Approximate Cost to School

To continue to improve the quality of the school PE curriculum.

Employment of a PE specialist to deliver, team teach and support the teaching of PE using ‘Real PE’ and ‘Real Gymnastics’.

£8000

 

To improve the quality of PE teaching across the school through the ‘Real PE’ programme.

Training for subject leader and PE specialist on the ‘Real PE’ and ‘Real Gymnastics.’ Support in observing and teaching alongside PE specialist to improve quality of PE teaching.

Continue to provide competition within the school.  

Children to compete regularly through school sports events and clubs. Children to learn about competing and to increase attitudes regarding this. 

Increase children’s fitness levels and enjoyment of physical activity

Regular sports and fitness sessions for all children led by PE specialist and House Captains.

Weekly football, netball and change for life club.

Improve the quality of PE subject leadership.

PE subject leader to meet with the PE specialist regularly to discuss impact and effective subject leadership.

To continue to be able to deliver gymnastics involving indoor apparatus.

Renew PE benches so we have enough that meet safety standards required for use in PE.

£1320

To improve the outdoor facilities for competitive team sports and increase the range played at break and lunch.

Investment in permanent, fixed sporting equipment that allows for not just football, but hockey, netball, basketball (and possibly cricket) to have suitable pitch fixings.

£9000

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In the 2016-2017 financial year, Mengham Junior School received £8920.

How have we used our Sports Premium money?

Links with other subjects that contribute to pupils’ overall achievement and their greater spiritual, moral, social and cultural skills (SMSC)

We have ensured our PE learning links to pupils’ development of spiritual, moral, social and cultural skills (SMSC) through focussing each lesson on an element of this. For example we look at teamwork, accepting and giving feedback and learning about winning and losing. We have used our learning wall to celebrate success in these areas.

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Here are a few examples:

Year three children became sports coaches to develop their social skills

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Year 4 have been learning about competing and have focussed on winning and losing graciously. Additionally, we have started to think about competing with ourselves to improve our personal best.      

 

 

 

Increased participation in PE

We have employed a PE specialist to support children in their PE learning as well as to up skill teachers in the teaching of effective PE. Additionally, we now have a PE learning wall to celebrate PE learning.

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Extra-curricular

We have a variety of extra-curricular activities taking place after school and during school. These include:Orange call out extra.png

  • Table Tennis
  • Dance
  • Football – “Pompey in the community”
  • Sports activities run by sports leaders
  • Sainsbury’s school games sporting events
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Participation and success in competitive school sports

Mengham Junior School are part of the Havant and Waterlooville Sports Partnership which enables us to partake in a variety of competitions with different schools. 

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We have been supporting this learning in class with our focus on ‘Learning to compete.’

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Growth and range of sporting activities

We are providing a range of sporting activities both through school clubs, lessons and through the Havant and Waterlooville Sports partnership. We have also been lucky enough to have an FA football coach in to run football sessions to up skill both the children and the teachers! 

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How much more inclusive the physical education curriculum has become

All children are encouraged to join in with PE at their own level. A variety of equipment has been purchased to ensure all children can access the lesson. Our PE lessons focus on beating your personal best so every child has the opportunity to succeed.

Equipment is available at lunch times so that pupils can take part in a variety of games/sports. Members of staff run “structured play” from 12:30 to help pupils who find play time a challenge.

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How can we ensure these improvements are sustainable? As a school we have worked hard to ensure the high quality PE provision continues. 

We are:

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In the 2016-17 financial year Mengham Junior School received £8,920 sports premium allocation. The school has allocated this money in the following way:

Objective

Strategies

Approximate Cost to School

Impact

To continue to improve the quality of the school PE curriculum.

Employment of a PE specialist to design the school’s PE curriculum to ensure there is a progression in key skills over Key Stage 2 and that assessment for learning is embedded.

Evidence the learning taking place in PE through a scrap book assessment approach.

£8000

 

We have a PE learning wall to celebrate success in physical education.

 

The children are enthusiastic about PE and can see how it links to other aspects of their learning.

 

To improve the quality of PE teaching across the school through the ‘Real PE’ programme.

Training for subject leader and PE specialist on the ‘Real PE’ and ‘Real Gymnastics.’ Teachers to observe and teach alongside PE specialist to improve quality of PE teaching.

Teachers have gained in confidence with the teaching of ‘Real PE’ and PE lessons help to develop social, competitive and personal skills.

Increase competition within the school.  

Children to compete regularly through school sports events and clubs. Children to learn about competing and to increase attitudes regarding this. 

Our PE lessons have focussed on learning to compete which has had a positive impact on attitudes surrounding competition. Children have learnt to win and lose graciously.

Increase children’s fitness levels and enjoyment of physical activity

Regular sports and fitness sessions for all children led by PE specialist and House Captains.

Weekly football, netball and change for life club.

Children have run a variety of clubs which has had a positive impact on self-esteem and leadership skills.

 

The change for life club runs three times a week and is supporting children to develop their teamwork skills and enjoyment of physical education.

Improve the quality of PE subject leadership.

PE subject leader to meet with the PE specialist regularly to discuss impact and effective subject leadership.

The impact has been a greater awareness of how to take our PE learning forward. For example the introduction of a learning wall and detailed and progressive planning.

 

Increase pupils activeness at break and lunch and provide a wider range of activities for them to partake.

Purchase playground equipment that encourages pupils to be active, show teamwork and partake in team games.

 

£1000

The “bored no more” club is used by approximately 50 pupils every day. Skipping, throwing games and hoops have been very popular. Tennis, basketball (and football) have been improved with portable nets etc.