High View Primary School Sport Premium 2017-2018
Schools must us the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and Sport they offer. This means that schools should use the Primary PE & Sport Premium to:
- develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers.
- build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.
Schools are required to publish details of how they spend this funding as well as on the impact it has on pupils PE and sport participation and attainment.
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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
Action Plan & Budget Tracking (Academic Year 2017-18)
- Total Fund Allocated = £19,570
- Date Updated – 21/01/2018
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. -% of total allocation School focus with clarity on the intended impact on pupils: Actions to Achieve: Funding Allocated: Evidence & impact: Sustainability and suggested next steps : -Increasing opportunities for pupils to be active for 60 minutes during the day
– Increase children being active before school, at lunchtimes and link to the change for life.
-Encouraging parents and children to be active together.
-Delivery of Junior Playground Leaders training to ensure that pupils are able to deliver. Give pupils the opportunity to plan, lead and take part in a wide variety of activities.
-Family Activity Day encouraging parents and children to be active together.
-Renovations to outdoor garden area. To improve outdoor learning and play.
– See KI 1 Tab To be Updated Key Indicator 2 : The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement -% of total allocation School focus with clarity on the intended impact on pupils: Actions to Achieve: Funding Allocated: Evidence & impact : Sustainability and suggested next steps : -Rasie profile of PE in school use of PE as a tool to impact on whole school issues -Delivery of Junior Playground Leaders training to ensure that pupils are able to deliver
-Using the School Games as a tool to raise the profile of Physical Education and School Sport across school
-Promoting and increasing profile of sport and sustainability of the PE funding allocation.
– See KI 2 Tab To Be Updated Key Indicator 3 : Increased confidence, knowledge of all staff in teaching PE and sport -% of total allocation School focus with clarity on an intended impact on pupils: Actions to Achieve: Funding Allocated: Evidence & impact : Sustainability and suggested next steps : -Increase confidence in staff delivering all areas of the PE curriculum
-Increase confidence in staff delivering all areas of the PE curriculum
-Specialist Support from qualified staff to deliver Curriculum Physical Education sessions. -£4,500 – See KI 3 Tab To be Updated Key Indicator 4 : Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils -% of total allocation School focus with clarity on the intended impact on pupils: Actions to Achieve: Funding Allocated: Evidence & impact : Sustainability and suggested next steps : -Increase opportunities for pupils to take part in a diverse range of After School Activities.
-To increas the number of pupils achieving the 25m in swimming award
-After School Dance Clubs for Spring 2 for Year 5/6 and Year 3/4
-Additional swimming lessons at the end of the designated period to meet the needs of pupils who are not able to obtain the 25m award
– See KI 4 Tab To be Updated Key Indicator 5 : Increased participation in competitive sport -% of total allocation School focus with clarity on the intended impact on pupils: Actions to Achieve: Funding Allocated: Evidence & impact : Sustainability and suggested next steps : -Increase numbers participating and competing in competitive sport both locally and regionally as part of the School Games.
– Increase numbers attending competitions including whole year groups to increase opportunities for children to take part.
-Entry to Team Activ Competition Programme for Academic Year.
-Participation in Level 1 & Level 2 School Games activities
-Transport -Extra buses to take large groups. Also community mini bus hire and staff training for smaller groups, including SEN events when children may have special needs.
– See KI 5 Tab To be updated
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Swimming at High View PLC
Meeting National Curriculum requirements for swimming & water safety Percentage of Y6 pupils who could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left High View at the end of last academic year? 92% Percentage of Y6 pupils who could use a range of strokes efficiently [for example, front crawl, backstroke, breastroke when they left High View at the end of last academic year? 92% Percentage of Y6 pupils who could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left High View at the end of last academic year? 65% Has any PE & Sport Premium spend been used to provide additional swimming which is over and above the National Curriculum requirements? Yes
05/07/18 Pupil Achievement
We’re very proud of our pupils Cody Macadie and Lucas Slatter who have both been nominated for individual pupils achievement awards
Cody has just won overall gold at the Yorkshire champs level 6. She placed 2nd on the vault, 3rd bars and top six beam and floor. She has played in many Y5/6 sports inc; athletics (indoor and out,) rounders and cricket. She is a very talented girl with a wonderful attitude.
Lucas Slatter is presently at Yorkshire CCC and has been heavily involved in all sports whilst at this school. Again, terrific attitude.
22/04/18 Activ Awards
With the 2018 Activ Awards in the near future, it’s a fantastic time to reflect on our 2017 Activ Awards success, where as a school we had an excellent night
- Competition Participation Award – Highly Commended
- Competition Achievement Award – Winners
- Team Achievement Award – Highly Commended
- Individual Achievement Award – Boys Winner (Rogan Ravenhill)
- Adult Sports Leader – Winner (Mr Calvert)
- School Inclusion Award – Highly Commended
- School of the Year Award – Highly Commened
19/03/18 Tumbling to Great Success
Congratulations to Finlay Parr with his 1st place trophy from the tumbling finals held at the Metrodome. He now goes to Birmingham for the National Finals. This has taken a great deal of sacrifice, hard work, time and undoubted ability on Finlay’s part (with a little bit of help from Mum & Dad.) Everyone at High View are immensely proud of Finlay and wish him well at Birmingham.
11/12/17 Gold School Games Mark Award for High View
It was a great assembly on Monday with Jory from Team Activ coming in to award High View with their Gold School Games Mark.
This has been awarded to High View for their overall contribution to PE and Sport in their school. It has been awarded because of the variety of physical education they offer before school at breakfast club, during school through the curriculum, at break and lunchtimes with playground leaders offering games and activities to keep other pupils active and the provision of school activity clubs.
8/12/17 Barnsley Schools Sportshall Athletics Winners
A huge congratulation to the Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics team who finished top at the Year 5/6 Sportshall Barnsley Finals held at Barnsley College. There was a fantastic effort from everyone who took part and it was great to so many active children.
1/12/17 A big thank you to the High View Young Leaders
It was great to have a group of confident and friendly students from Year 5 to help demonstrate, lead and score all the cricket activities at Team Activ’s Key Stage 1 Cricket Multi Skills. They were very polite and they helped all the children with their activity to make the event fun and exciting.
24/10/17 Change for Life Play Activ Leader Training
Congratulations to the 20 Year 5 pupils who have completed their Play Activ Leader Training where they have practised setting up safe and fun games for the Year 1 and 2 pupils to play at break and lunch times. They worked on communication, inclusion and making sure everyone can take part and join in the games and activities.
28/9/17 Year 2 Family Fun Afternoon
We had a wonderful afternoon having Team Activ in to deliver some activities for our Year 2 pupils and parents. We got to complete an orienteering course and have a go at some different activities including Archery, Mini Golf and a Balance Bike course. A big thank you from Team Activ for letting us be part of a wonderful event getting lots of families working together.
5/7/17 – SOUTH YORKSHIRE SCHOOL GAMES 2017
A huge congratulations to all the teams from High View that qualified for the summer South Yorkshire School Games. It was a great day at Abbeydale in Sheffield, our cricket team came 2nd and our netball team came 4th.
- Year 3/4 Drax Cricket – 2nd Position
- Year 5/6 Netball – 4th Position
- Year 3/4 Girls Orienteering
- Year 5/6 Girls Orienteering
- Year 5/6 Boys Orienteering
- KS2 SEND Golf
- KS2 Golf
17/3/17 – SOUTH YORKSHIRE SCHOOL GAMES 2017
South Yorkshire School Games 2017 – The School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.
The achievements from all schools were amazing we as a Team could not be prouder of all the schools that took part for the afternoon.
A massive well done from us and a huge congratulations all all the schools from Barnsley what a great day and it is a real honour to be part of.
- Boccia – 1st Position
- Seated Volleyball – 2nd Position
- Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics – 5th Position
10/3/17 – Dance Festival at High View
We had a great day today for the Dance Festival at High View Primary with over 60 children taking part in a series of dance routines that they had made themselves and that one of our dance teachers had choreographed with them. We had pirate moves and pirate swords to put into their dance routines and all the children loved it. We even had some children who came to take part as part of their golden time.
A real great afternoon for us and the children and they all received badges, certificates and are the winners of the dance festival for the year and take home a great trophy to display in school.
Thank you to all pupils and to the school for letting us come and not only watch their dance but help them in more great dance moves throughout the afternoon.
8/3/17 – Photography Competition!
“I wanted to capture amazing gymnasts in action!”Hazel Waddington (Year 5)
“Capturing the elegant movement of the synchronised dancers!” Katherine Keenan (Year 5)
16/11/16 – Fun Foundation Festival
A big well done to all the High View Foundation children that took part in the foundation Multi Skills Festival this morning, great fun was had by everyone.
“It is key to get children at a Foundation level involved in activity early, so when they progress through school they have those skills that are required and needed not just for sporting competitions but for their lives.” Mr Calvert
14/11/16 – Congratulations to Lucas Slatter
A huge congratulations to Lucas Slatter who plays cricket for Rockingham CC. He won the Under 9 player of the Year, Under 9 Bowler of the year and his team won the Alan Shaw Cup and the Barnsley and District League!
20/10/16 – Key Stage 2 Inclusive Boccia and New Age Curling
41 KS2 children from High View took part in an event on Thursday. It was an inclusive event specially designed to encourage all children to take part in new activities.
What the children and teachers thought:
- Keane and Kalebh from Y6 really enjoyed trying to knock the ball out of the hoop with another ball and will be playing it at next break time.
- Mollie in Y4 “loved it all” and would love to go again.
- Amber said, “It was great trying new things” and “I was a bit nervous but Clare was lovely to me”.
- Miss Gallagher, who was lead teacher, said the event was “fantastic and very enjoyable”. She added, “Children were trying something completely different, and I am so glad that as a school we attend these types of events. The people from Team Activ were terrific, thoroughly professional but with an empathy for all the children at the event, and they made sure that the whole thing ran smoothly.”
- Mr Calvert said, “It’s no surprise that Team Activ put on another outstanding event as we are used to it by now, but they should still be applauded. Our sports premium is money is well spent engaging Team Activ as they consistently provide a full and varied sporting calendar for the whole year aimed at all children regardless of their physical and mental abilities. If a parent asks me what High View is doing for my child’s physical enjoyment of school life I believe that as a Team Activ member I can answer confidently and positively. Every child has the right to an active, healthy and happy education whichever school they are at; does your child? Because they should!”
Key Indicator 1 – Physical Activity
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.
Key Indicator 2 – Profile of PE
The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
Key Indicator 3 – Staff Teaching PE & Sport
Increased confidence, knowledge of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
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.
- Year 4 Cricket
- Year 6 Netball
- Year 4 Netball
Key Indicator 4 – Broader Range of Activities
Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils. Find below a list of activities which have been offered to pupils during this academic year.
Key Indicator 5
Increased participation in competitive sport
Competitive Sport at High View PLC Primary School – Upcoming Events
- Year 4/5 Boys Futsal
- Key Stage 2 Cricket
- Key Stage 2 Seated Volleyball
Competitive Sport at High View PLC Primary School – Results
- Year 5/6 Mixed Rugby at Netherwood – Qualified
- Year 5/6 Mixed Rugby at Holy Trinity – Qualified
- Year 5/6 Girls Tag Rugby at High View
South Yorkshire School Games
- Primary Sportshall Athletics
- Inclusive Seated Volleyball at Wombwell Park Street
- Year 5/6 Benchball
- KS1 Multi Skills Cricket at Netherwood
- Year 5/6 Boys Football at Holy Trinity ALC
- Year 5/6 Boys Football at Kirk Balk Community College
- Year 3/4 Boys Football at Horizon
- Year 4/5 Boys Futsal at Shoot
- Key Stage 1 Cricket Multi Skills at Netherwood – WINNERS
- Also a great big thank you to the High View Young Leaders who helped run and score all the activities at the event. Great job well done.
- Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics Finals at Barnsley College – WINNERS
- Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics at Barnsley College – High View A – 2nd Position
- Year 5/6 Sportshall Athletics at Netherwood – WINNERS
- Year 4 Girls (Cody, 9th)
- Year 5 Girls (Jessica, 5th, Tina, 10th)
- Year 6 Boys (Mason 8th)
- Congratulations to the other children who qualified and took part in the Individual Finals event.
- Year 5 Girls (T. Halpin 4th, J. McCaffrey 5th, Ebony Griffith 10th)
- Year 5 Boys
- Year 6 Girls
- Year 6 Boys (Mason Platts 4th and Lucas Slatter 7th)
- Year 4 Girls (Cody, 7th)
- Year 4 Boys (Max, 4th)