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PE and Sport Premium Statement

 

 At Humberstone Junior Academy PE and competitive sport plays a key role in the education and development of our children. PE lessons and opportunities for competitive sport develop children’s cooperation, determination and perseverance. PE lessons are taught by skilled practitioners and children’s progress is rigorously assessed. Targeted provision through the Change4Life program is put in place for children to develop fine and gross motor skills. The school places a high value on competitive sport and children have the opportunity to represent the school in a range of individual and team intra and inter-school competitions including basketball, netball, rugby, football, golf, hockey, cricket and cross country running.  A wide range of after school clubs are provided for children to develop their skills in activities such as dance, gymnastics, badminton, football, basketball, netball, cricket etc. Swimming is a key life skill and all children swim for eight weeks each year at Humberstone Junior Academy. The school holds Healthy School Status and the Activemark in recognition of our work with sport. Healthy living is promoted through the school PSHE curriculum and visits from the NSPCC and to Warning Zone, assemblies and Project Based Learning eg. creating a committee to make an informed decision about the catering provider at the academy. Family days out take place on Saturdays throughout the year and encourage physical exercise and fun (ice skating, games at Hunstanton beach etc). This year we are priviliged to be working alongside the Youth Sport Trust and Loughborough University on a research project to raise levels of physical activity amongst our least active children.

 

PE and Sport Premium Allocation 2015-16

For 2015-16 the school’s allocation of PE and Sport Premium funding is £9735. This will be spent in order to meet three key aims:

 

  • To improve the quality of PE provision
  • To increase participation in physical exercise and competitive sport
  • To further develop PE and Sporting opportunities outside of the school curriculum

 

Planned Expenditure 2015-16

(This table does not include all the PE and sporting provision that HJA offers, only that which has cost implications)

 

Provision Cost Success Criteria
Affiliation to Leicester City School Sport Partnership £800

Increased number of children competing in inter-school competitions

Increased range of sporting opportunities including less traditional sports

Equality in numbers of boys and girls competing

Increased numbers of Year 3/4 children competing

Affiliation to LDPFSA £300 The school competes in both boys and girls football leagues
Leicestershire Cross Country League £40 The school competes in County cross-country meets
School competition kit £140 Children are proud to represent their school at sporting competitions.
CPD £200

The PE/Sport leader supports and trains staff in delivering high quality PE lessons

The PE/Sport Leader attends network meetings and CPD to facilitate high quality PE in school

Playground Buddies training £65

Children take part in a range of physical activities run by sports leaders and playground buddies at lunchtimes

Pupil surveys show a high level of satisfaction with lunchtime activities and playground buddies

Change 4 Life club £250

Target year group improve their health, fitness and understand how to lead a healthy lifestyle

Specialist PE provision £1440 Teaching staff are trained and developed to deliver high quality PE lessons in target sports and physical activities
Specialist PE provision for after school clubs £360

School staff are trained and developed to deliver high quality after school sports clubs in a range of sports and physical activities

Increased numbers of children taking part in physical activity after school

Outdoor Gym Equipment £6039 To increase participation in physical exercise at lunchtimes
Research project with Youth Sport Trust and Loughborough University £100 To increase levels of physical activity among least active girls in Year 4&5

 

PE and Sport Premium Allocation 2014-15

 

For 2014-15 the school’s allocation of PE and Sport Premium funding was £9736. This funding was spent in order to meet three key aims:

 

  • To improve the quality of PE provision
  • To increase participation in PE and competitive sport
  • To develop PE and Sporting opportunities outside of the school curriculum

 

Planned Expenditure for 2014-15

 

Provision Cost Success Criteria Impact

New Team Kits

£500

Children are proud to represent their school at sporting competitions.

Children wore new school kit for Cross Country, Basketball, Girls/Boys football competitions
PE Equipment £400 There are suitable quantities of high quality equipment for PE lessons Range of resources purchased to support teaching and learning of PE
CPD £200 Staff use PE assessment tools accurately and effectively. PE assessments show children working within age related expectations
Lunchtime Equipment £200 There is a range of high quality equipment for lunchtime activities School achieved Happy Lunchtime award in recognition of activities offered.
Leicestershire Cross Country League £40 The school competes in County cross-country meets School competed in three cross country meets with one child selected for county finals
LDPSFA £300 The school competes in both boys and girls football leagues

Boys football team qualified for finals and came sixth overall in the city.

Girls team played in local league group
Specialist PE Provision £6000

High quality PE provision leads to improved outcomes for children.

 

A range of competitive games are run at lunchtimes.

Assessment data shows children working within age related expectations for a range of Sports and activities

School achieved Happy Lunchtime award in recognition of activities offered.
LCSSP £250 Children participate in a wide range of competitive sport through the Leicester City School Sports Partnership Children compete in Cross country, Netball, Basketball, Tri-Golf and football competitions
Change for Life Club £250 Target children improve their health, fitness and understand how to lead a healthy lifestyle Ten target children took part in eight week programme of physical activity
Happy Lunchtimes Training £720 Lunchtime supervisors lead a range of activities at lunchtimes School achieved Happy Lunchtime award in recognition of activities offered.
Cover for PE/Sport Leader £400 The PE/Sport leader supports and trains staff in delivering high quality PE lessons CPD delivered on PE teaching and learning and system of assessment
After School Provision £400 A range of sporting clubs are provided at lunchtimes and after-school

111 children attended a sporting club in the Autumn Term

132 children attended a sporting club in the Spring Term

140 children attended a sporting club in the Summer Term
Playground Buddies/Sports Leaders N/A Older children lead sporting and physical activities at lunchtimes.

School achieved Happy Lunchtime award in reflection of activities offered.

24 Playground buddies trained to lead activities with Year 3/4 children

 

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