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The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following Objective and Indicators:

To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. We would expect indicators of such improvement to include:

1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
5. increased participation in competitive sport

Academic Year

2019/20

Total funding allocation

£21, 360

Planned funding spent

£21, 780

 

Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcome

To try and develop Sports Leaders

Children trained towards the end of year 5 to work with younger children and setting up activities the following year.

£300

  • Arrange young leader training with specialists
  • Regular meetings with young leaders
  • The following year, the young leaders will then be timetabled to work with students across the school at break/lunchtime

Continue to links with local clubs, seeking external coaching to support sports staff.

  • Contacting of local clubs
  • Invite local club coaches in to offer school clubs
  • Invite coaches to come and work alongside staff

£1500

  • Great relationship continues with local clubs such as LTFC and Luton Indians.
  • Children get a specialist in the sport come in
  • Taught from a different aspect to their usual lesson

Extra Curricular Activity

  • Continue to offer a broad range of lunchtime and after school clubs
  • Football
  • Gymnastics
  • Tennis
  • Rounders
  • Netball

Dance Club = £35 a club x 16 weeks

£560

Tennis club = £20 a club x 16 weeks

£320

£880 TOTAL

  • More children involved than ever before in extracurricular activity
  • Up-skilling staff and ensuring we have a wide variety to offer to pupils

Recognize children with specific barriers in PE (weight, confidence, self-esteem)

  • Yearly change 4 life club in Autumn term

£500

  • Encourage group to be more active, using the club to introduce them into the importance of health, fitness and diet.

Ensure excellent resources and equipment to ensure all staff can deliver the highest quality of lessons.

  • Stock take July 19 to discover what equipment needs replacing.
  • Purchase equipment September 2020

£2000

  • Higher quality lessons with children using equipment of top level
  • Ensure old equipment is identified and replenished
  • Yearly stock take is essential
  • Staff to feel more confident to join in with PE with better quality equipment, builds excitement.
  • Team teaching introduced to further skill class teachers

Gymnastics replacement - Large Equipment KS2 Hall - Kaleidoscope

  • Large Gymnastics equipment for KS2 Hall
  • Equipment there hasn’t been replaced for over 10 years
  • Wider variety of ladders, obstacles and hoops

£3000

  • Longevity - something children will be using at the school for many years to come
  • Equipment used is old and hasn’t been replaced for very long
  • Improvement of gymnastic lessons
  • Improvement of clubs and extracurricular lessons in the hall

 

Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcome

Celebration Assemblies (Sport and Pastoral)

  • Celebrate sporting achievements every half term
  • Pastoral events with Inter House competitions getting bigger throughout the school with the plan of a couple every half term

Medals

Trophies

Cup

£500

  • Raise awareness of sporting achievements throughout the school
  • This will lead to a better attitude long term towards sport and achievement
  • Will encourage mass participation in the Inter House competitions with there being something to win at the end of it

Sports Rewards Trips

  • Be it for behaviour/participation/punctuality this can be a reward to sporting events/trips
  • Advertisements on the sports boards

£1000

  • Opportunities for our children to visit places they would never get to outside of school
  • Incentive for good behaviour and sporting achievement

Sainsburys KiteMark

  • Apply for Sainsburys KiteMark for the 6th year
  • Aiming for 4 Gold awards consecutively

£300

  • Complete application before July 19
  • Shows progression of sport at the school

 

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical education and sport

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcome

CPD PE staff

  • Bedfordshire and Luton physical education conference

£150 x 3

£450

  • Workshops and CPD in a plethora of sports and activities throughout the day
  • Networking with other schools sharing excellent practice

Visit outstanding practice - Share ideas with other schools that have a similar cohort of children. Also visit other excellent examples of sports departments in the area.

  • Release PE staff to visit other notable PE departments across the area.

£350 staff cover

  • Gain different ideas for lessons
  • Network with other excellent schools
  • Gain valuable knowledge and ideas from fellow practitioners
  • Implement the good practice into our own school
  • Build good links

 

Indicator 4:  Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcome

To offer holiday clubs in Easter and summer holidays exclusively to Dallow children

  • Provide clubs in the Easter and summer holiday for children of the school to attend on a subsidised rate
  • Extra wages for staff paid for out of the premium

£3500

  • Keep children off the local streets in the holiday. Inner city crime
  • When done in previous years has been hugely successful
  • Children to play competitive sports and more of a variety - TOTAL 12480

Provide OAA opportunities for cross curriculum links

  • School Mapping

£1000

  • Provide quality and accurate maps for children to read and improve their map reading skills
  • Cross curriculum teaching helps to build knowledge and improvement throughout the school

Active Luton - SIlver Package

  • Silver package with Active Luton, hours of support across the school year

£3000

  • Team teaching days
  • Maths in action
  • English in action
  • Support with sports days
  • CPD training for Sports staff from specialists across all sports

 

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Objective

Key Actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcome

All pupils to be compete in Level 1 and 2 competitions outside of school

  • Enter school competitions both in school and outside of school
  • Variety of competitions across the year

£500

  • A chance for all children to play in competitive sport at Dallow
  • A chance for us to get 50% out and active against other schools across the town

Mini bus cost - Lease

  • Transporting of children to events on a weekly basis
  • Maintenance and petrol costs  

£2000

  • Children being able to compete in a wide variety of sports competitions across the town
  • Children to compete against other Trust schools in sports competitions
  • Transportations to trips such as Wembley, Wimbledon etc



TOTAL - £21, 780