Sports Premium

P.E., School Sport have a very high profile at Westcroft. Children access a very wide range of sports and activities both in and out of school hours.

Our learner swimming pool and four court sports hall with sprung floor allow us to deliver a high quality P.E. curriculum supported by high quality facilities and resources.

  • In Key Stages 1 and 2 all children receive a 60 minutes P.E. lesson, a 60 minutes Swimming and Water Safety lesson and a 30 minutes Cool Kids session every week. In addition to this all Key Stage 2 classes receive a 60 minutes Fitness session.
  • In Key Stages 3 and 4 students receive a 60 minutes P.E. lesson and a 60 minutes Fitness session
  • In Phase 5 students receive a 120 minutes P.E. Lesson

All students in Phases 3 and 4 swim for at least one term every school year using public pools when ready.

In addition to curriculum activities this there is a wide range of lunchtime activities (SPACE Time) available to all children and students every day.

After school clubs operate on Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays each week. Activities include swimming, table tennis, badminton street dance and trampolining.

All children and students attend an Extended School Day on Wednesdays where they choose an activity and do it for the term. The vast majority of these are sport based and the school employs its own staff and external coaches for a range of activities including football, tennis, indoor climbing, sailing and cycling.

On Friday afternoons enrichment activities involve targeted groups of students from Key Stages 2, 3, 4 and 5 accessing a wide range of mainly sport based activities including sailing, climbing, boxing, mountain biking and using local gyms.

A wide range of residential visits take place including those which focus on Outdoor and Adventurous Activities. These include Mountain Biking weekends in Wales and spending a week at the Towers residential OAA Centre in Capel Curig.

Summer Schools take place for Lower School (KS1 and 2) and Senior School (KS3 and 4) during the Summer Holidays and include skiing, high ropes courses, mountain biking, assault courses, walking and trampolining.

Academic Year: 2018/19 Total fund allocated: £17,290 Date Updated:  August 2018
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:
10%
School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils: Actions to achieve: Funding allocated: Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:
 To introduce a lead on Physical activity and health who will connect all programmes and opportunities. The lead will develop Physical Activity outcomes for each child and links to nutrition.

To develop a culture within the school

of sitting less and moving more.

Develop Premier League Primary Stars which is based on values of teamwork, ambition, fair and respect. Children are awarded certificates in assemblies for displaying these values across whole school.

THa will work in 2018-19 with our Community Sport and Health Officer to implement programmes and strategies to increase activity in and out of lessons. This will begin with the FA Active Play programme

Introduce a CHSO who will develop Physical Activity outcross across whole school and linked to home learning. The apprentice will be supported by Public Health and The school sports partnership to enable a minimum of 30 mins regular PA per day

Through assemblies, active points on reward cards, learning walks.

THA and CSHO to implement.

Introduce to a target group of pupils and nudge  behaviour into an after school club

 £800 resources

£1000

 Active school planner implemented and a profile of activity for each child to support the Physical Activity outcomes.

Develop links with home to encourage the continued physical activity within a home setting.

CHSO will develop and support the delivery of Cool Kids.

The development of Physical Activity sensory snacks into the home setting.

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:
22%
School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils: Actions to achieve: Funding allocated: Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps:
Work with THa to ensure a smooth transition of responsibilities within PE/PA/SS

Work with THa/EK and CSHO to implement Active School Planner, Heat Maps and targeted provision.

Termly meeting to joint plan and organize OHL, Extended SPACE, Enrichment activities, LTPs

Baseline, Implement and monitor physical activity through Active School Planner on a termly basis

£1250

£2500

THa to lead PE/PA/SS from Sept 2018
Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport Percentage of total allocation:
42%
School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Improved quality of children’s physical education in school to ensure they are competent and confident movers

To continue to challenge teaching and learning to continue to ensure raised standards and high quality

Embed Cool Kids programme into KS1/2 and targeted groups and monitor progress of pupils

 Whole staff professional learning to include teachers, teaching assistants and lunchtime supervisors and the CSHO.

PE subject leader to provide updates throughout the year in staff meetings. – PE subject leader to plan and undertake a series of lesson observations and/or team teaching

Implement Cool Kids outcomes into SOLAR for PE.

Enable through mentoring staff to embed and feel confident in delivery through team teaching, observing EK

Timetable Cool Kids in and out of the classroom with TA and CSHO supporting delivery and entering information into SOLAR

 £440

£6800

Through Connect Ed –subject lead will receive updates and support to help and develop the quality of PE and improve confidence

Through Connect Ed/ YST –subject lead will receive updates and support to help and develop the quality of PE and improve confidence

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils Percentage of total allocation:
14%
School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

CSHO to identify target groups of pupils not accessing 30 mins outside school.

Judo and Golf to be offered to targeted pupils.

 Active school planner

Heat maps

Communication with parents

Pupil voice.

Part of our SPACE time programme on OHSL

  £1000

£1500

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport Percentage of total allocation:
12%
School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve: Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact: Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

 To access local and county festivals and celebrations appropriate for children

To develop intra house competition to include personal best.

Develop digital competition.

Develop officials and leaders to support events.

WMSSSA and SMILE opportunities to develop for every child  within the school.

CHSO to baseline and develop programme for each child.

 £500

£ 1500

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Why? (Impact) Evaluation
  1. Ensure High Quality and sustainable delivery of PE lessons in KS1 and 2
  2. Ensure a high quality curriculum plan in place for KS1 and 2
  3. Ensure high quality systems of assessment are in place
  4. Increased opportunities to develop emotional wellbeing and resilience
  1. 234 lessons. These were initially led by EK in Term 1. In Term 2 the lessons were team delivered with emphasis on areas where THa felt less confident. In Term 3 THa led the majority of lessons with a number being Whole-Part-Whole. Lesson observations and learning walks by PL saw the development of THa as a more Primary based deliverer who was more able to meet the needs of our primary aged children
  2. Working alongside THa in Term 2 a new curriculum was developed taking into account the changing needs of our children in KS1/2. Activities within lessons have become more experiential, sensory and guided. Teaching assistants have supported more effectively. Teachers have observed the increased motivation of children; changing has become quicker and behaviour within lessons has improved
  3. In Term 3 we moved from the Skills2Achieve model to the SOLAR whole school assessment system. Every PE/PA/SS statement within SOLAR was written by EK and THa based on the abilities of our children. 100% children have been baselined ready for 2018-19
  4. Using EK’s Early Years expertise we have developed children’s emotional wellbeing and resilience. This has been done by looking at the PE Lesson not only during, but before and after. Walking to and from the changing spaces; teaching/supporting changing and creating a supportive environment to enable smooth emotional transition and encouraging a ‘keep trying and can do’ attitude
  1. Ensure High Quality and sustainable delivery of PE lessons in KS1 and 2
  2. Increased time spent active in and out of class (FA Girls Active)
  3. Increased number of activities on offer
  4. Enhance progress of children in PE
  5. Increased opportunities to develop emotional wellbeing and resilience
  1. THa has attended the following courses / CPD: Level 1 Swim Teachers, Inclusive PE, TOP Sport, Trampoline Teachers Award; Start to Move; FA Girls Active
  2. THa will work in 2018-19 with our Community Sport and Health Officer to implement programmes and strategies to increase activity in and out of lessons. This will begin with the FA Active Play programme
  3. THa has introduced dodgeball for two terms with an average of 24 children attending the SPACE Time club at lunchtime; she introduced trampolining into Extended Day with 12 children accessing the activity across two terms; she introduced a girls after school (8) and lunchtime football clubs (10) as well as supporting mountain biking activities (10), enabling groups to go on Saturdays.
  4. 33% accessed new activities introduced by THa supporting the development of their skills within PE lessons
  5. In Classes P3-7 THa introduced Premier League Primary Stars which is based on values of teamwork, ambition, fair and respect. Children were awarded certificates in assemblies for displaying these values
  1. Maintain sustainability of curriculum and community swimming programmes
  1. 12 staff updated or completed their training during the school year with all of them supporting curriculum or OHL aquatics activities
  1. Improvement in Fundamental, Gross and Fine Motor Skills in and out of the classroom
  1. All KS1 and 2 (16) and PE staff (6) attended a Twilight training course enabling Cool Kids to be introduced in and out of the classroom for KS1, 2 and targeted groups
  1. Improvement in Fundamental, Gross and Fine Motor Skills in and out of the classroom
  2. Increased amount of physical activity per day
  3. Improved playground behaviour

 

  1. Scootfit was introduced as a lunch SPACE Time activity (20 mins) with 22 children accessing the activity twice per week. It was also introduced into all fitness lessons where children were taught to use the scooters to their full potential
  2. The number of children on the upper playground was decreased by approx. 33% leading to fewer behaviour based incidents
  1. Increased amount of physical activity in classrooms
  2. Improved concentration and behaviour in lessons

 

See attached Learning Walks document
  1. Increased range of activities on offer at break, lunchtimes and after school
  2. Increase opportunities for intra school competition
  3. Support development of Leaders
  1. PA assistant introduced badminton (av 20), boys football across the school (av 20) and intra competition in both
  2. PA assistant helped to train leaders to officiate and support L2 competiton in badminton, Unified Football; Unified Cricket and boccia
  1. Increased range of activities on offer at break, lunchtimes and after school
  2. Increase opportunities for intra school competition
  1. KS1/2 SPACE Time programme offered three activities on average per day attended by approx. 40% (34) children
  2. KS 3/4 SPACE Time programme offered three activities on average per day attended by approx. 40% (av 30)
  1. Increase opportunities for intra school competition
  2. Increased amount of daily physical activity
  1. All children now access a minimum of 30 mins per day physical activity through breaktime, lunchtimes and active classrooms
  2. Secondary aged children are working towards 30 mins PA in community activities. Current figure is 28 (43%)

Swimming Progression