Impact of Funding 2018/19
|Employing specialist PE teachers or qualified coaches to work alongside teachers in lessons to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE||SSCO with Wickford Schools||3800||Children competed in a wide variety of sporting competitions in the William De Ferrers Sports Partnership|
|Procuring quality-assured professional training for staff to raise their confidence and competence in teaching PE and sport.||Progressive sports||3115||All NQTs fully trained and confident in delivery of gymnastics lessons.|
|Paying staff or external sports coaches to run competitions, or to increase pupils’ participation in national school games competitions||Mr Harrington||3000||More pupils participating in clubs, particularly girls football.|
|Employing expert advice to evaluate the school’s current strengths and weaknesses in PE and sport, and implement plans for improvement||SSCO||Lower school PE scheme updated.|
|Providing places for pupils in after-school sport clubs and holiday courses. Employing a local coach to provide weekly after-school sport and additional sports on the school site.||Jack of All Sports club||1140||More uptake in clubs (particularly girls football)|
|Providing training and payment for midday supervisors to introduce playground games at breaks and lunchtimes||Mrs Champion||400||Y6 Playleaders leading a range of activities at both school sites during lunchtimes.|
|Change for Life club||Mrs Champion||3000||C/F|
|Providing extra, additional activities such as outdoor and adventurous activities||Support for residential trip|
|Introducing new initiatives: developing young sports leaders in Key Stage 2||SSCO||Over 40 Y6 pupils lead a number of activities during the year for children across WPS and other local schools.|
|Providing pupils who are gifted and talented in sport with expert, intensive coaching and support.||Variety of extra-curricular clubs.||Variety of competitions entered throughout year.|
|Raising standards of swimming by increasing the current curriculum target of all children being able to swim 25m unaided to 50m by the end of year 6.||Swimming lessons with Everyone Active||2500||60% of year 6 were able to swim over 50m, 54% of year 6 were able to swim over 100m.
57% of year 5 were able to swim over 50m.
|Encouraging lower school (year 2) to become water safe and efficient||Swimming lessons with Everyone Active||2500||C/F|
|Replacing and buying new equipment||Ongoing||600||Budget spent replacing equipment as necessary during year.|
|Buying outdoor gym equipment||5500||C/F|
|Reviewing current gymnastic facilities with the view to replace stools, benches and connecting planks||Ongoing||TBC||New benches to be bought next year.|
Impact of Funding 2017/18
|Provide competitions for all pupils to develop sportsmanship.|
Opportunities for sports leaders to develop own skills and leadership qualities.
|Buy into SSCo partnership||3234||Children accessed wide variety of sporting activities throughout the year. Y6 sports leaders organised and ran events for younger pupils.|
|Sports coach runs competitions and provides lunchtime sports activities.||Mr Harrington (Jack of Allsports)||2280||Increased number of children attending.|
|Learning Mentor/MDA to introduce and supervise playleaders to develop playground games at lunchtimes||Mrs Champion||400||More children engaged at lunchtimes.|
|Providing places in after school sports clubs.||Mr Harrington||570||More children attending clubs.|
|Qualified coaches work alongside teachers to develop confidence and competence in PE.||Progressive Sports||3115||Teachers feel more confident delivering gymnastics lessons.|
|Raising the standards of all pupils' swimming by increasing the national curriculum target of 25m to 50m by the end of Y6.||Swimming lessons||TBC|
|TOTAL||£9,599 C/F £6,121|
Impact of Funding 2016/17
In Autumn 2017, 91/94 (96.8%) children had met the end of KS2 expectation of being able to swim 25m in freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke.
3/94 (3.1%) children had not met the end of KS expectation and could only swim 20m rather than 25m.
82/94 (87.2%) children in year 6 were able to swim above 50m.
93/94 (98.9%) children successfully passed Part 1 of the water safety.
88/94 (93.6%) children successfully passed Part 2 of the water safety.
|Buy into School Sports Partnership to provide: competitions & tournaments; opportunities for sport leaders.||SSCo partnership||3148||Range of sporting competition maintained: swimming gala, rounders, football, netball, athletics. Sport leaders supported Infant school skipping & mini-football tournaments.|
|Sports coach runs competitions and provides lunchtime sports activities.||Mr Harrington (Jack of Allsports)||3990||Fewer lunchtime arguments and pupils accessing a broader range of activities. More active lunchtimes encouraged.|
|Learning Mentor/MDA to introduce and supervise playleaders to develop playground games at lunchtimes||Mrs Champion||400||Game of the week introduced by playleaders in assembly and delivered during lunchtimes. Variety of pupils join in, including focus pupils.|
|Subsidising swimming to support pupils exceeding the NC requirements.||Swimming lessons||2731||41 pupils participated in swimming gala and 75% of Y6 are currently swimming at above NC level.|