High View Primary School Sport Premium 2015-16
Our Vision for High View Primary Learning Centre
At High View Primary Learning Centre we strive for all our pupils to leave us with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
High View Primary School Sport Premium Objective
To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of our PE and sport at High View Primary Learning Centre. In achieving our vision we work in partnership with Team Activ, a company that inspires active lives.
Together, Everyone, Achieves, More
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Sports Provision at High View PLC
- Dedicated Sports Coach
- A minimum of two hours curriculum PE
- 8.30am – 4.30pm extra-curricular access to sport
- Dedicated budget
- Competitive inter and intra-schools sport (Team Activ)
- Fully inclusive
- Specialist provision (collaboration with community sport)
The primary school sports premium has been used well to train teachers and employ a specialist sports coach. As a result, increased numbers of pupils attend sports clubs and they are having greater success in local competitions. For example, the Y3/4 cricket team recently got through to the final of the South Yorkshire tournament. (High View PLC, July 2015)
The provision for sport is excellent enhanced by the very dedicated, motivated and skilled sports coordinator Mr Calvert, who is highly rated by colleagues and pupils.
A creative approach, using sport to improve behaviour, is working really well. A wide range of extra activities involves many pupils and increases their enjoyment of school and adds significantly to their social and cultural development.
Provision for pupils to use sport as a means of raising their confidence and developing a team spirit has proved extremely effective (High View, June 2012).
Impact at High View PLC
- OfSTED recognition
- Improved attendance, reduced lateness
- Outstanding behaviour
Funding for schools will be calculated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as at the annual census in January 2015. All schools with 17 or more primary aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil. Smaller schools will receive £500 per pupil.
Total no of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5-11( Jan 2015) 348 Total amount of Sport Premium Grant received £9,740
What does the Sport Premium mean for my School?
Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013). At High View Primary Learning Centre we have split up the funding by the three key areas for consideration; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport.
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A huge congratulations to Lucas Slatter on being selected to represent Barnsley U10’s against South Yorkshire U10’s. The game will take place on Tues 19th April at Conisbrough CC. Good Luck Lucas, from all at High View PLC.
Pair Tumble to Success
One of our girl’s, Erin Mcsloy, is pictured with her team mates after qualifying for Dressage finals in London later this year. “Well done girl’s and good luck from us all at High View PLC.”
High View knocks Shawlands for 6!
By Dean Smith –YCB Community Cricket Coach
On Thursday 30th April, The Annual Barnsley Y3/4 Drax finals took place at Shaw Lane. 17 teams from 12 schools took part in the event this year battling through the cold winds performing some great cricketing abilities throughout the day. One of those teams was Shawlands Primary (last year’s Yorkshire Drax Champions).
The teams were split up into 4 groups all playing in a round robin format during the morning. Defending champions Shawlands showed there pedigree scoring 260 in their first game with Churchfield’s B team replying with only 74. In Group B High View (last years Barnsley Drax runners up) also set the tone in their group scoring 191 in their first game and restricting Worsbrough Common A to 74. Some great cricket was being played on all 8 pitches it was hard to stick to just watching one game, with a wicket being taken in one game a six was being hit in another. After the round robin games had been completed the children sat down for lunch and the results were read out and the schools found who was to advance through to the quarter-finals in the afternoon.
Shawlands A v Millhouse
Defending Champions Shawlands saw off Millhouse in the first quarter final, Millhouse batting first were set to post a challenging target until the final over where they lost two wickets in two balls reducing their score to 129. Shawlands Romped to victory with a reply of 195.
High View A v Penistone St Johns A
High View A saw off Penistone St Johns B in their quarter final scoring 211 in their innings and took wickets left right and centre in Penistone’s innings who could only score 104.
Burton Road v Upperwood Academy
Upperwood took 7 wickets during Burton Roads innings who could only post 95 runs. Upperwood batted sensibly not losing a wicket scoring many boundaries and advancing through to the semi-finals with 167 runs.
4’s and 6’s were being scored by both teams and the scores would have been very close if it wasn’t for Penistone St Johns taking 6 wickets during Thurgoland’s innings limiting their score to 142, Penistone going through with 166 runs.
The semi-finals saw Group A and Group B winners and runners up face each other again, showers that were forecasted didn’t affect the quality of cricket being played and in fact helped the ball zip the boundary even more.
Shawlands A v Upperwood Academy
A Tightly contested game was played by these two schools, Upperwood posted 136 and started their bowling innings off perfectly getting two wickets in the first over, Shawlands battled back and were leading by 10 runs going into the final over. The pressure was on, and Upperwood added that pressure by taking two wickets bringing the scores level, but Shawlands scored two single to book their place in the final winning by 2 runs scoring 138.
High View A v Penistone St Johns B
High View carried on their big hitting scoring 6’s all over the field and posted 218 in their innings and carried on their good form by taking 8 wickets during Penistone’s innings restricting them to 107.
High View A v Shawlands A
These two teams know each other all too well as this was a repeat of last year’s final; Shawlands being victorious last time and going onto become overall Yorkshire Champions at Headingley. However High View was looking for revenge and duly got it. Batting first High View did what they did best scoring 6’s for fun on their way to posting 180 in their innings. Shawlands fought hard during their innings but the high run chase was too much for them scoring only 132.
Both Schools will advance to the South Yorkshire Finals, which is part of the School games on July 1st at Rotherham Town CC.
Thankyou to all schools for taking part and competing at such a high level, and also thankyou to the leaders from Darfield Cricket Academy for umpiring and scoring during the day.
Raising standards of all our pupils in Physical education
- To increase teaching staffs’ subject knowledge and confidence in PE
- Staff delivering high quality PE lessons
- All of staff to observe and complete a course of PE delivery by a professional
- Staff to deliver a full range of sports through the curriculum
- Staff meeting cpd focus (fundamentals)
Specialist Support at High View Primary Learning Centre
At High View PLC, when the PE specialist is taking pupils to competitions the quality of Physical Education across the national curriculum is sustained by using the PE Premium Funding to employ a Team Activ member of staff to cover these specialised lessons.
Foundation PE FUN’S
Two weeks working with Foundation pupils using the First FUN’s stories looking at developing fundamental movement skills. Week 1 the pupils enjoyed being ‘Cheeky Monkeys!’ and exploring different animals and movements. Week 2 the pupils were ‘Clowning Around!’ and learnt lots of tricks to improve their ball skills and co-ordination.
Year 6 Basketball
Year 6 pupils were focusing on tactics in basketball and the best ways to intercept the ball, working as part of a team to keep the ball.
Year 2 Ball skills
Year 2 pupils improved their ball skills and co-ordination through practicing throwing and catching and they also looked at different ways to move the ball to a partner.
Year 2 Cricket
Students have been learning simple fielding skills such as catching and stopping ball with a partner. Students have been learning the correct bowling technique with a partner before progressing it into bowling at wickets with an additional wicket keeper being incorporated.
Year 2 Sports Hall Athletics
Year 2 pupil’s have been learning different sports hall athletics events and developing their technique in order to experience success.
Year 4 Tag Rugby
Year 4 Dance
Year 1 Catching and Throwing
Year 6 Hockey
Year 6 Tag Rugby
Year 6’s have worked on correct passing technique in groups and progressed by adding a defender in which they had to use passing to get around them.
Year 5 Tag Rugby
Year 5’s have worked on correct passing technique in groups and progressed by adding a defender in which they had to use passing to get around them.
Year 2 Team Relays
Year 2’s practiced team relays looking at different skills from many different sports. For example, football dribble, hockey dribble, rugby run, tennis Racket balance & Ladders.
Year 1-6 Golden Time Cricket
One huge game of Kwik cricket focusing on hitting the ball in a certain area to gain extra runs.
Year 1 Relay Games
Year 6 Hockey
Year 1 Multi Skills
Year 4 Athletics
Year 5 Cricket
Year 6 Cricket
Students completed 2 weeks of specific skills of the game of cricket. Week 1 students focused on catching and throwing and week 2 students worked on their bowling technique.
Year 2 Cricket
Students got to practice their bowling technique with a partner. This was quickly progressed into bowling at the wickets.
Year 4 Athletics
Students learnt about how Physcial Activity effects you heart rate through a series of running circuits followed by students measuring their own heart rate. This led onto practicing different throwing events (coit throw, javelin, chest push) where students had to perfect their technique in order to beat their previous distance.
Healthy Active Lifestyles
Ensuring all our pupils have access to regular exercise
- To increase activity levels at breaks and lunchtimes.
- Lunchtime supervisors to encourage active games
- Playtime equipment to be reviewed and replaced to encourage a range of activities
- Enrol playground leaders to support
- To increase awareness of a healthy active lifestyle
- Develop termly school sports events
- Year 5 Fly Fishing
Competitive School Sport
Increasing pupils’ participation in extra- curricular sport
- To increase the amount of competitive sport opportunities for pupils by subscribing to Team Activ.
- Take part in Team Activ events and increase our teams’ success at these events. More children take part in sporting events.
- Pay for transport to and from Team Activ events.
- All children are able to participate.
Team Activ Events Calendar
Competitive Sport at High View Primary Learning Centre
At High View PLC 57 children from 2 Year 3 classes attend swimming lessons. The pupils look forward to this each week and are all aiming to swim 25 meters. High View have increased their spending on swimming and now have 3 coaches per session. High View have increased their spending on swimming and now have 3 coaches per session.
This year 14 children achieved the Barnsley Challenge Award, 22 children completed the National Curriculum Award and 16 children swam the length of the pool. This left us with 5 children who will be offered the opportunity to go next year and complete the 25mts.
School Swimming – Learn To Swim Safety Guide
Achievements from 2014-15
In 2014-2015 High View Primary Learning Centre worked in partnership with Team Activ, a company that inspires active lives. This gave pupils the opportunity to experience a variety of competitive school sports and specialist cover for Physical Education.
Physical Education and Healthy Active Lifestyles at High View Primary Learning Centre
Specialist Support at High View Primary Learning Centre
Throughout 2014-2015 Team Activ delivered sessions to all year groups in the following areas; Hockey, Basketball, Fitness and Athletics, Multi Skills, Tag-Rugby, Cricket, Rounders, Orienteering and Star Relay Orienteering.
Healthy Active Lifestyles at High View Primary Learning Centre
A Team Activ Specialist ran a 6 week block of Zumba classes for parents to attend. It was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone who attended.
Competitive School Sport at High View Primary Learning Centre
- Key Stage 2 Cross Country at Locke Park
- Key Stage 2 Cross Country at Cannon Hall
- Primary Cross Country at Cannon Hall
- Y5/6 Boys Football at Carlton Community College
- Y5/6 Boys Football Finals at Holy Trinity
- Y3/4 Boys Football at Barnsley College
- Y5/6 Sportshall Athletics at Netherwood
- Y5/6 Sportshall Athletics at Barnsley College
- WINNERS (Qualified for South Yorkshire School Games Finals at EIS Sheffield)
SOUTH YORKSHIRE SCHOOL GAMES FINALS
- South Yorkshire School Games Finals Y5/6 Sportshall Athletics at English Institue of Sport Sheffield – THIRD POSITION
- Key Stage 1 and 2 Inclusive Event at High View
- A group of young leaders from High View helped lead activities at the Key Stage 1 and 2 Inclusive event at High View Primary Learning Centre.
- Y5/6 Basketball at Netherwood ALC
- Y3/4 Basketball at Netherwood ALC
- Y3/4 Team Relays at Netherwood ALC
- Y3/4 Team Relays at Barnsley College
- Y5/6 Boys Hockey at Darton College
- Y5/6 Rugby at Netherwood ALC
- Y5/6 Tag Rugby – WINNERS
- Y5/6 Tag Rugby Finals at Barnsley Rugby Club
- Y3/4 Tag Rugby at Barnsley College
- Y3/4 Cricket at Shaw Lane – WINNERS
- South Yorkshire Schools Y3/4 Cricket – RUNNERS UP
- Y5/6 Girls Cricket at Barnsley Cricket Club
- Y5/6 Girls Cricket Finals
- Y5/6 Boys Cricket at Silkstone
- Y5/6 Boys Cricket Finals at Shaw Lane
- Y5/6 Rounders at Netherwood ALC
- Y5/6 Rounders at Horizon Community College – QUALIFIED for Rounders Finals
- Y5/6 Rounders Finals at Horizon Community College
- Y5/6 Athletics at Dorothy Hyman Stadium – WINNERS
- Y5/6 Athletics at Finals at Dorothy Hyman Stadium
- Y5/6 Tri-Golf at Carlton Community College – RUNNERS UP
- Y1/2 Multi Skills at Netherwood ALC
- Y5/6 Orienteering at Locke Park
- Key Stage 2 Go Ride – RUNNERS UP