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Sport Premium

Background

  • In April 2013 the Government announced new funding for Primary PE and School Sport
  • The Sport Premium can only be spent on sport and PE provision
  • The purpose of the funding is to improve the quality and breadth of PE and School Sport, to help pupils develop healthy lifestyles and enable them to reach their sporting potential
  • Dinglewell Junior School received approximately:

£6011 from April 2013 - April 2014

£9462 from April 2014 - April 2015

£9763 from April 2015 - April 2016

£9768 from April 2016 - April 2017

Year 1 (2013/2014) Action Plan

  • Understand where the school is now with regard to the teaching of High Quality PE and our PE provision
  • Improve staff confidence and expertise by hiring a qualified sports coach (for two days a week) to lead games lessons; CPD and team-teaching
  • Employ a dance teacher to develop the subject across the school using the year group themes; dance CPD
  • Engage more children in sporting activities by offering a greater range of clubs through our sports coach and staff
  • Purchase new resources to enhance the teaching of PE and games

Activity

Description

Budget (Approx.)

Up-skilling staff

Hiring a qualified sports coach for two days a week

£4472

Up-skilling staff

Hiring a dance teacher for 12 days: one dance day for each class

£1140

Gloucester School Sports Network

Joining the network to access a range of inter-school competitions (including the Sainsbury’s School Games Levels 2/3) and CPD opportunities

£1500

Transport to venues

Hiring coaches to take children to sporting events

£360

Purchase new resources

Replenishing worn PE resources; foam balls for playtimes; sports team socks; athletics resources

£723

Membership of other sporting bodes

See Sporting Bodies section below. GPSFA, LTA and GSGA.

£110

The school has spent more than our Sport Premium budget which demonstrates our commitment to the development of PE, Sport and healthy lifestyles

Impact of Year 1 Action Plan

  • Greater staff confidence and knowledge from up-skilling and CPD opportunities
  • Many more sports clubs - there were 19 in total, offering 368 places (compared to 12 sports clubs offering 212 places in 2012/13). Clubs offered included dance, Change4Life, rounders, gymnastics (3 clubs), Zumba, football (Y3-6 and trials), tag-rugby (Y3-5 and Y6), hockey, handball, sports hall athletics, athletics, cross-country, netball (Y4/5 and Y5/6) and cricket.
  • More children participated in inter-school competitions – Dinglewell fielded 11 school teams, offering 109 children the chance to compete. These included athletics, cross-country, dance, rounders, Key Steps gymnastics, football, rugby, hockey, netball, cricket and swimming.
  • The gymnastics team won the Gloucester Schools Key Steps competition and were runners up in the county competition; the netball team won their league and reached the semi-finals of the KO tournament and the swimming team came third in the Large Schools Gala
  • Our least active children joined our ‘Change4Life’ club, which raised awareness of a healthy and active lifestyle
  • A sample survey of the children showed that 97% enjoyed games compared to 94% last year.
  • 74% of the children enjoyed dance compared to 58% last year

Year 2 (2014/2015) Action Plan

  • Understand where the school is now with regard to the teaching of High Quality PE and our PE provision
  • Improve staff confidence and expertise for our NQTs and more junior staff by targeted use of our qualified sports coach for two days a week and team-teaching
  • Increase confidence and knowledge of our staff by targeted CPD
  • Continue to engage more children in sporting activities by offering a greater range of targeted clubs through our sports coach and staff
  • Offer healthy lifestyle programmes for our least active pupils; encourage vulnerable groups to participate in a club

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activity

Description

Budget (Approx.)

Up-skilling staff

Hiring a qualified sports coach for two days a week

£8220

Gloucester School Sports Network

Joining the network to access a range of inter-school competitions (including the Sainsbury’s School Games Levels 2/3) and CPD opportunities

£1500

Transport to venues

Hiring coaches to take children to sporting events

£250

Purchase new resources

Replenishing worn PE resources; foam balls for playtimes; stopwatches; storage bags; certificates for Sports Day.

£527

Membership of other sporting bodes

See Sporting Bodies section below. GPSFA, YST, LTA and GSGA.

£460

The school has spent more than our Sport Premium budget which demonstrates our commitment to the development of PE, Sport and healthy lifestyles

Impact of Year 2 Action Plan

  • Continued increase in staff confidence and knowledge from up-skilling and CPD opportunities.
  • More opportunities for the children to participate in sports clubs. The clubs included dance, Change4Life, rounders, gymnastics, Zumba, football, tag-rugby, hockey, tennis, athletics, cross-country, netball and cricket. (There were a total of 382 places compared to 368 last year).
  • 69% of the children think there are enough sports clubs at Dinglewell compared to 63% last year.
  • Many more children participated in inter-school competitions this year. These included athletics, cross-country, dance, Key Steps gymnastics, football, tennis, netball, cricket and swimming. (We offered 180 children the chance to compete compared to 109 children in 2013/14).
  • Continued sporting success. The gymnastics team won the Gloucester Schools Key Steps competition and the School Games Level 3 county competition; the netball team won their league, the Gloucester district finals and they subsequently represented Gloucester at the Level 3 County Games High 5 tournament; the football team won the Large Schools Plate Knock-out competition.
  • Our least active children joined our ‘Change4Life’ club, which raised awareness of a healthy and active lifestyle
  • More vulnerable children are now participating in sports clubs (59%, compared to 48% in 2013/14).

 

 

 

 

Year 3 (2015/2016) Action Plan

  • Purchase new resources to enhance/enable the teaching of PE, games and competitive sports
  • Improve staff confidence in the teaching of dance through specialist trainers
  • Increase confidence and knowledge of our staff by targeted CPD
  • Continue to engage children in sporting activities by offering a broad range of clubs through our staff and external coaches
  • Continue to engage children in sporting competitions through our staff and external coaches
  • Continue to offer healthy lifestyle programmes for our least active pupils and encourage vulnerable groups to participate in a club

Activity

Description

Budget (Approx.)

Purchase new resources

New gym mats and benches; new rugby, hockey and cricket kits; new line markings for netball courts; replenishing miscellaneous worn PE resources; foam balls for playtimes; roller school field

£5000

Up-skilling staff - dance

Hiring a specialist trainer to deliver a staff meeting and purchase a new dance scheme of work

£500

Providing extra-curricular sports clubs

Football, tag-rugby, hockey and athletics clubs

£2000

Gloucester School Sports Network

Joining the network to access a range of inter-school competitions (including the Sainsbury’s School Games Levels 2/3) and CPD opportunities

£1600

Transport to venues

Hiring coaches to take children to sporting events

£250

Membership of other sporting bodes

See Sporting Bodies section below. GPSFA, YST, LTA and GSGA.

£1448

Total

£9768

 

 

 

 

 

 

Impact of Year 3 Action Plan

  • Increased staff confidence, knowledge and enthusiasm in dance through the staff meeting with Anelli Dance.
  • Anelli Dance scheme is successfully being used by teachers
  • 61% of the children enjoyed dance compared to 52% in 14/15 – a significant and rapid increase.
  • Increased staff confidence in gymnastics, FMS, football and hockey through staff CPD opportunities
  • Continued opportunities for the children to participate in sports clubs. The clubs included dance, Change4Life, rounders, gymnastics, Zumba, football, tag-rugby, hockey, athletics, cross-country, netball, cricket and tennis. (There were a total of 373 places compared to 382 last year).
  • A significant increase in the participation of inter-school competitions this year. These included archery, athletics, cross-country, dance, Key Steps gymnastics, football, girls’ football, netball, cricket (3 teams), rounders, tag-rugby and swimming. (We offered 280 children the chance to compete compared to 180 children in 2014/15).
  • Continued sporting success. The gymnastics team won the Gloucester Schools Key Steps competition and were runners up in the School Games Level 3 county competition; the netball team won their league, the Gloucester district finals and they subsequently represented Gloucester at the Level 3 County Games High 5 tournament; the girls Y5/6 cricket team were runners up in the District Knockout Cup; the boys Y3/4 cricket team won the District Knockout Cup and went on to come 3rd in the Level 3 County Tournament; the archery team progressed to the Level 3 Finals; the swimming team came 3rd in the Gloucester Large Schools Gala.
  • Our least active children joined our ‘Change4Life’ club: one third of them have since joined a sport related club
  • More vulnerable children are participating in sports clubs (67%, compared to 59% in 2014/15)
  • New resources purchased to enhance/enable the teaching of PE, games and competitive sports

Year 4 (2016/2017) Action Plan

  • Up-skill teachers in Gymnastics and Dance
  • Increase confidence and knowledge of our staff by targeted CPD
  • Continue to engage children in sporting activities by offering a broad range of clubs through our staff and external coaches
  • Continue to engage children in sporting competitions, through our staff and external coaches
  • Continue to offer healthy lifestyle programmes for our least active pupils and encourage vulnerable groups to participate in a club

 

Activity

Description

Budget (Approx.)

Up-skilling staff in Gymnastics and Dance and providing extra-curricular sports clubs

Hiring a qualified sports coach for three afternoons a week

£6300

Gloucester School Sports Network

Joining the network to access a range of inter-school competitions (including the Sainsbury’s School Games Levels 2/3) and CPD opportunities

£1750

Transport to venues

Hiring coaches to take children to sporting events

£250

Membership of other sporting bodes

See Sporting Bodies section below. GPSFA and GSGA.

£200

Purchase new resources

New gym benches; replenishing miscellaneous worn PE resources; foam balls for playtimes

£1268

Total

£9768

Sporting Bodies

Dinglewell Junior School is also affiliated to a number of sporting bodies that will help us to achieve our aims. They are:

Gloucester School Sports Network (GSSN)

This allows our children to participate in a range of inter-school competitions, including cross-country, swimming, dance, gymnastics, hockey, athletics and rounders. It also provides many CPD opportunities for our staff. See http://www.gssn.co.uk for more details.

Gloucester Primary Schools’ Football Association (GPSFA)

The GPSFA provides competitive fixtures in football, netball, rugby and cricket. It also allows us to nominate our sporting talent for various district teams. See http://gpsfa.brinkster.net for more details.

Youth Sport Trust (YST)

Membership enables us to access a range of resources and high quality CPD. See http://www.youthsporttrust.org for more details.

Lawn Tennis Association (LTA)

Provides inter-school competitions, resources and access to Wimbledon tickets (by ballot). For the last two years we have taken a group of children to The Championships for the day. See http://www.lta.org.uk for more details.

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Sport Premium

Background

  • In April 2013 the Government announced new funding for Primary PE and School Sport
  • The Sport Premium can only be spent on sport and PE provision
  • The purpose of the funding is to improve the quality and breadth of PE and School Sport, to help pupils develop healthy lifestyles and enable them to reach their sporting potential
  • Dinglewell Junior School received approximately £6011 from April 2013 - April 2014; £9462 from April 2014 - April 2015 and £9763 from April 2015 – April 2016

Year 1 (2013/2014) Action Plan

  • Understand where the school is now with regard to the teaching of High Quality PE and our PE provision
  • Improve staff confidence and expertise by hiring a qualified sports coach (for two days a week) to lead games lessons; CPD and team-teaching
  • Employ a dance teacher to develop the subject across the school using the year group themes; dance CPD
  • Engage more children in sporting activities by offering a greater range of clubs through our sports coach and staff
  • Purchase new resources to enhance the teaching of PE and games

Activity

Description

Budget (Approx.)

Up-skilling staff

Hiring a qualified sports coach for two days a week

£4472

Up-skilling staff

Hiring a dance teacher for 12 days: one dance day for each class

£1140

Gloucester School Sports Network

Joining the network to access a range of inter-school competitions (including the Sainsbury’s School Games Levels 2/3) and CPD opportunities

£1500

Transport to venues

Hiring coaches to take children to sporting events

£360

Purchase new resources

Replenishing worn PE resources; foam balls for playtimes; sports team socks; athletics resources

£723

Membership of other sporting bodes

See Sporting Bodies section below. GSPFA, LTA and GSGA.

£110

The school has spent more than our Sport Premium budget which demonstrates our commitment to the development of PE, Sport and healthy lifestyles

 

Impact of Year 1 Action Plan

  • Greater staff confidence and knowledge from up-skilling and CPD opportunities
  • Many more sports clubs - there were 19 in total, offering 368 places (compared to 12 sports clubs offering 212 places in 2012/13). Clubs offered included dance, Change4Life, rounders, gymnastics (3 clubs), Zumba, football (Y3-6 and trials), tag-rugby (Y3-5 and Y6), hockey, handball, sports hall athletics, athletics, cross-country, netball (Y4/5 and Y5/6) and cricket.
  • More children participated in inter-school competitions – Dinglewell fielded 11 school teams, offering 109 children the chance to compete. These included athletics, cross-country, dance, rounders, Key Steps gymnastics, football, rugby, hockey, netball, cricket and swimming.
  • The gymnastics team won the Gloucester Schools Key Steps competition and were runners up in the county competition; the netball team won their league and reached the semi-finals of the KO tournament and the swimming team came third in the Large Schools Gala
  • Our least active children joined our ‘Change4Life’ club, which raised awareness of a healthy and active lifestyle
  • A sample survey of the children showed that 97% enjoyed games compared to 94% last year.
  • 74% of the children enjoyed dance compared to 58% last year

Year 2 (2014/2015) Action Plan

  • Understand where the school is now with regard to the teaching of High Quality PE and our PE provision
  • Improve staff confidence and expertise for our NQTs and more junior staff by targeted use of our qualified sports coach for two days a week and team-teaching
  • Increase confidence and knowledge of our staff by targeted CPD
  • Continue to engage more children in sporting activities by offering a greater range of targeted clubs through our sports coach and staff
  • Offer healthy lifestyle programmes for our least active pupils; encourage vulnerable groups to participate in a club

 

 

 

 

 

 

Activity

Description

Budget (Approx.)

Up-skilling staff

Hiring a qualified sports coach for two days a week

£8220

Gloucester School Sports Network

Joining the network to access a range of inter-school competitions (including the Sainsbury’s School Games Levels 2/3) and CPD opportunities

£1500

Transport to venues

Hiring coaches to take children to sporting events

£250

Purchase new resources

Replenishing worn PE resources; foam balls for playtimes; stopwatches; storage bags; certificates for Sports Day.

£527

Membership of other sporting bodes

See Sporting Bodies section below. GSPFA, YST, LTA and GSGA.

£460

The school has spent more than our Sport Premium budget which demonstrates our commitment to the development of PE, Sport and healthy lifestyles

Impact of Year 2 Action Plan

  • Continued increase in staff confidence and knowledge from up-skilling and CPD opportunities.
  • More opportunities for the children to participate in sports clubs. The clubs included dance, Change4Life, rounders, gymnastics, Zumba, football, tag-rugby, hockey, tennis, athletics, cross-country, netball and cricket. (There were a total of 382 places compared to 368 last year).
  • 69% of the children think there are enough sports clubs at Dinglewell compared to 63% last year.
  • Many more children participated in inter-school competitions this year. These included athletics, cross-country, dance, Key Steps gymnastics, football, tennis, netball, cricket and swimming. (We offered 180 children the chance to compete compared to 109 children in 2013/14).
  • Continued sporting success.  The gymnastics team won the Gloucester Schools Key Steps competition and the School Games Level 3 county competition; the netball team won their league, the Gloucester district finals and they subsequently represented Gloucester at the Level 3 County Games High 5 tournament; the football team won the Large Schools Plate Knock-out competition.
  • Our least active children joined our ‘Change4Life’ club, which raised awareness of a healthy and active lifestyle
  • More vulnerable children are now participating in sports clubs (59%, compared to 48% in 2013/14).

 

 

 

Year 3 (2015/2016) Action Plan

  • Purchase new resources to enhance/enable the teaching of PE, games and competitive sports
  • Improve staff confidence in the teaching of dance through specialist trainers
  • Increase confidence and knowledge of our staff by targeted CPD
  • Continue to engage children in sporting activities by offering a broad range of clubs through our staff and external coaches
  • Continue to engage children in sporting competitions through our staff and external coaches
  • Continue to offer healthy lifestyle programmes for our least active pupils and encourage vulnerable groups to participate in a club

Activity

Description

Budget (Approx.)

Purchase new resources

New gym mats and benches; new rugby, hockey and cricket kits; new line markings for netball courts;  replenishing miscellaneous worn PE resources; foam balls for playtimes; roller school field

£5000

Up-skilling staff - dance

Hiring a specialist trainer to deliver a staff meeting and purchase a new dance scheme of work

£500

Providing extra-curricular sports clubs

Football, tag-rugby, hockey and athletics  clubs

£2000

Gloucester School Sports Network

Joining the network to access a range of inter-school competitions (including the Sainsbury’s School Games Levels 2/3) and CPD opportunities

£1600

Transport to venues

Hiring coaches to take children to sporting events

£250

Membership of other sporting bodes

See Sporting Bodies section below. GSPFA, YST, LTA and GSGA.

£500

Total

£9850

Impact of Year 3 Action Plan

This will be assessed in Term 1 of the 2016/2017 academic year

Sporting Bodies

Dinglewell Junior School is also affiliated to a number of sporting bodies that will help us to achieve our aims. They are:

Gloucester School Sports Network (GSSN)

This allows our children to participate in a range of inter-school competitions, including cross-country, swimming, dance, gymnastics, hockey, athletics and rounders. It also provides many CPD opportunities for our staff. See http://www.gssn.co.uk for more details.

Gloucester Primary Schools’ Football Association (GPSFA) 

The GPSFA provides competitive fixtures in football, netball, rugby and cricket. It also allows us to nominate our sporting talent for various district teams. See http://gpsfa.brinkster.net for more details.

Youth Sport Trust (YST)

Membership enables us to access a range of resources and high quality CPD. See http://www.youthsporttrust.org for more details.

Lawn Tennis Association (LTA)

Provides inter-school competitions, resources and access to Wimbledon tickets (by ballot). For the last two years we have taken a group of children to The Championships for the day. See http://www.lta.org.uk for more details.

 

 

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