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Pupil & sport premium

The government has allocated pupil premium funding to all schools to help raise attainment of pupils eligible for free school meals (FSM), Looked After Children (LAC), children adopted from care, and children who have parents serving in the armed forces; this ensures that all learners make progress. Our Pupil Premium has been used to adapt current school provision to meet the needs of these groups within school. We have achieved this using a variety of different targeted strategies.


 Please find below the details of how the pupil premium funding is being used:

RPS Pupil Premium 2018-19 Budget £30,000
Intervention Detail Cost Purpose How to measure success Impact to Date
Well-being TA Support 1:1 support from specialist TA for children who need extra support due to emotional needs 5000 Provide the opportunity to speak out and be listened to, as well as learn strategies to cope with challenging situations. Attainment and progress information, emotional support and well-being (pupil questionnaires? Parent questionnaires, referrals to other agencies?   
Art Therapy Sessions To support children's emotional needs 6000 Provide emotional support so children can focus on their learning.  As above  
Mentoring Programme  1:1 mentoring with trained college students, weekly meetings and target setting. 2100 Raise aspirations, self-esteem, resilience and independence Increase in number of PP children achieving 'Expected' and 'Greater Depth'. Increased self esteem, resilience, independence, - measured through questioning the children.  
Stationery Pack Paper, pen etc for each child 210 Provide resources for studying at school and home Increase in homework completed, increase in number of children achieving E or GD  
Uniform 2 Sweatshirts and 2 Polo shirts  275 Raise self-esteem,feeling of belonging and pride in being part of school community Pupil questionnaires, increased attendance, increased attainment  
Access to after school clubs, choir sports etc School-organised clubs and after-school club provision for specific children 4000 Provide opportunity to improve self-esteem and have positive effect on pupils' attitudes Pupil questionnaires, increased attendance  
Music tuition Personal tuition and large group provision, including provision of instruments 4000 Provide opportunity to improve self-esteem and have positive effect on pupils' attitudes Pupil questionnaires  
Subsidies for Trips & Residentials 50% of trips and residentials funded for PP children 1500 Ensure children benefit from essential learning opportunities outside the classroom Pupil questionnaires, attainment and progress  
Focussed pupil support (TA support and intervention in numeracy and literacy lessons) Small group interventions and in-class support from TA's for children to reach their own potential 7000  To improve attainment of PP children and close the gap between PP children and non PP children Increase in the number of children achieving 'expected' and 'greater depth'   
    30085      

RPS Pupil Premium 2017-18 Budget £30,000

Intervention

Detail

Cost

Purpose

How to measure success

Impact

Benjamin Foundation 'Time for Me' Support

1:1 support for children who need extra support due to emotional needs

 4000

Provide the opportunity to speak out and be listened to, as well as learn strategies to cope with challenging situations.

Attainment and progress information, emotional support and well-being (pupil questionnaires?

Parent questionnaires, referrals to other agencies? Children no longer needing the T4M support)

41% of PP children were supported by T4M over the course of the year. 23% moved on to further counselling in Art Therapy.

Art Therapy Sessions

To support children's emotional needs

6000

Provide emotional support so children can focus on their learning.

As above

23% of PP children benefitted from regular Art Therapy sessions.

Mentoring Programme

1:1 mentoring with trained college students, weekly meetings and target setting.

2100

Raise aspirations, self-esteem, resilience and independence

Increase in number of PP children achieving 'Expected' and 'Greater Depth'

Children felt their mentors had been beneficial in many ways. “he made me feel confident”, “she helped me to

concentrate harder”, “I learnt a little

more with my targets”, “I increased my skills” (from targets being set),

“whenever I haven’t had a good start to the day, my mentor really helps me”, “It was like having another friend. I don’t have many friends, so he really helped me – it was really good”.

Stationery Pack

Paper, pen etc for each child

210

Provide resources for studying at school and home

Increase in homework completed, increase in number of children achieving E or GD

Some children reported that they could be more independent at home and in class as they had their own equipment.

Uniform

2 Sweatshirts and 2 Polo shirts

275

Raise self-esteem,feeling of belonging and pride in being part of school community

Pupil questionnaires, increased attendance, increased attainment

Teachers reported that some children seemed to grow in confidence and were proud to wear their new uniforms

Improve PPG attendance

Half termly meetings with child and parent to agree targets and action plan. Reward Scheme for those who hit their target.

1000

To improve attendance of PP children, leading to improved attainment - closing the attainment gap

Increased attendance for the group, leading to more chn achieving 'expected' or 'greater depth'.

8.6% Persistent Absence, (whole school 4.8%). 66% achieved expected or higher in Maths (55% in 2016-17) , 62% achieved expected or above in reading, (55% in 2016-17), 52% achieved xpected or higher in writing (50% in 2016-17).

Access to after school clubs, choir sports etc

School-organised clubs and after-school club provision for specific children

3000

Provide opportunity to improve self-esteem and have positive effect on pupils' attitudes

Pupil questionnaires, increased attendance

59% of PP children attended at least 1 after school club.

Music tuition

Personal tuition and large group provision, including provision of instruments

3000

Provide opportunity to improve self-esteem and have positive effect on pupils' attitudes

Pupil questionnaires

45% of PP children participated in ukulele, guitar, drum or violin lessons.

Subsidies for Trips & Residentials

50% of trips and residentials funded for PP children

1500

Ensure children benefit from essential learning opportunities outside the classroom

Pupil questionnaires, attainment and progress

100% of PP children attended day and residential residential trips.

Focussed pupil support (TA support and intervention in

Small group interventions and in-class support from TA's for children to reach their own

potential

9000 To improve attainment of PP children and close the gap between PP children and non PP children Increase in the number of children achieving 'expected' and 'greater depth' 87% of children being supported through intervention groups.
30085

 


Sports Premium

Objectives of spend;

  • Improve the provision and quality of PE & School Sport at Reepham Primary School
  • Ensure that PE & School Sport is judged as at least Good by external monitoring
  • Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils
  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity
PRIMARY PE /SPORT/ HEALTH PREMIUM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2018-19
REEPHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL
CARRY OVER AMOUNT FROM 2017-18 £6,890
Total Grant Awarded for 2018-19 (£16,000 + £10/pupil) £17,770
TOTAL GRANT AVAILABLE 18-19 (Carry over + 18-19 Grant) £24,660
SCHOOL SPORT COORDINATOR  
GOVERNOR RESPONSIBLE FOR PE  
Summary of PE & Sport Premium Expenditure 2017-18 (PRIORITIES)
Objectives of spend;                        
1 staff competence in teaching PE. Teaching and learning.   
2 Health and Wellbeing. 2 Day course and resources booked for Feb  
3 activity based areas within school   
4 Making children more active  
5 (Enter core items here…..linked to the wheel outcomes….)  
Outline of Spending 2018-19                 
Item / Project Projected cost Actual Cost Objectives Outcomes / Measuring Impact Sustainability
Membership of WNDSSP for 2017-18   £2,750 Provision of Events/Festivals & competitions as well as significant programme of CPD opportunities for all staff - including bespoke PE support for Subject leader and the School overal Improvements on CD Wheel around - COMPS / STAFF DEV / SUBJ LEADERSHIP / TEACHING & LEARNING Ongoing support and staff development for long term sustainable benefits
membership of AfpE   £91 Resources and information regarding PE and sport.  To assist with the resources and information regarding PE and sport . Information and resources to ensure we are creating a legacy at reepham primary for PE and sport with the most updated resources and information.
skip to be fit £350 £0 To assist children with skipping in sports week and engage children in a different way of keeping fit. looking at koboca questionairre children opted for skipping.  Long term skill for personal fitness. Enabling children to access different skills and coordination.
apprentiship 2 years   £11,874 To provide support in PE and sport at Reepham Primary School.  To work alongside with Easton College and WNDSSP to train Mr Deal to assist with of PE and sport at Reepham. Assigments and mentoring with happen contuially. Giving time for subject leader to progress and enable deeper learning . Put into place clubs for less physical children
REAL PE Resources   £395 The purchase of Jasmin an online tool to support all staff teaching real PE and Gym. Continued assessment with pupils and staff in Real PE To assist staff to enhancd their teaching and resources in Real Pe. The online tool will be updated contuinally and made available for all.
Handball   £87 Equipment to support the New Handball club, introducing children to a new sport within an after school club and curriculum lessons. After school club was well attended for children to learn the skills with proper equipment in relation to handball. See childrrns data . To provide children with new experiences that may influence them to take on a sport within the community.
Health and wellbeing training   £500 3 Staff members to go on 2 day course to train other staff. Health and well being for children fromR to 6 staff trained for the future to teach health and wellbeing to all children at school. Consistent learning and resources for all year groups. All staff trained. Consistent learning and resources for each year group.
overtime payments for sport activities £500 £440 Giving Staff and childen the opportunuty to attend sport competitions and extra curricular opportunities. To provide all childen with the opportunity to attend extra curricular competitions and clubs Introducing competitions and opportunities to children to access  new skills and enviroments .to carry them on through life
Equipment/swimming resources   £220 giving children the equipment needed for safety and wellbeing. For the hall and swimming lesoons Childrens resources are accessable for children to be active. Goggles providing the health and wellbeing for children to progress at swimming comfortably. Giving children the positive life skills of swimming. Making it enjoyable and fun .
Equipment for playtime trolley    £84 To provide equipment for physical activity at playtimes. Koboca questionairre for children shows an increase in activity in children at playtimes. activity for life. Showing the children the benefits of exercise every day and giving them the resources to cognitivally produce active games. Children gaining physical skills and strengths for life.
Balanceability   £987 To provide reception with balanc abilty bikes and CPD for staff To provide training and resources for balance bikes with in early years.  Providing children from an early the age the progression needed to balance and ride bikes. Provides skills for life.
GYM   £248 Providing gym spots for independent learning Giving children independence in gymnastic lessons to work on skills provided by the resources. Providing all children with skills to work independantly, and in peer groups. 
MinI exercise cycles   £607 Provide 35 mini cycles for whole class activity Bought for whole class cycling activity to boose class exercise with 15 mins extra activity. We can measure impact with self motivated competitions and koboca survey. Bikes are available for all year groups all year round. To provide children with the experience of cycling for them to enjoy a different exercise that can be transferred out of school time
Dance teacher and resources for dance show. CPD   £500 Provide CPD for staff and dance teaching to year 5. Resources for a whole class dance show. An excellent opportunity to work on all skills physically and socially to attend the dance festival at the Open in Norwich To provide pupils with life time skills and opportunities in dance.
Resources for active classrooms and OAA £150 £69 Provide Outdoor games resources for all staff and year groups to aid the outdoor learning and active classroom curriculum All children in all year groups have a teacher that has the knowledge and resources for them to experience OAA and outdoor activities. All staaf have the knowledge and resources to help with their teaching of outddor activities.
Swimming courses   £65 To provide staff with CPd and resources to support children with early stages of swimming. Children can work one to one or small groups at swimming to aid progression.Swimming data to show progression All children to leave Primary school swimming a minimum of 25m.
Visioned ED   £125 PE Conference. CPD resources aids and experiences for PE lead and apprentice Fresh ideas and resources to enhance  the teaching of PE and health and wellbeing Curriculum enhancement for all.
Active RE   £480 Cross curriculum lessons for active children making other subjects as active as possible for four year groups as a trial CPD for staff to engage children more actively in other subjects
           
      £1,000 £19,522                    
SUMMARY                            
TOTAL PREMIUM RECEIVED £24,659.84
TOTAL PREMIUM PROJECTED £1,000.00
TOTAL PREMIUM SPENT £19,521.92
PREMIUM REMAINING £4,137.92
                             
Future Plans / Possible Expenditure                            
1 physical areas for children 6            
2 specialised clubs for least active children 7            
3 promoting active ways to school 8            
4   9            
5   10    

 

PRIMARY PE /SPORT/ HEALTH PREMIUM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2017-18
REEPHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL 2017/ 2018
CARRY OVER AMOUNT FROM 2016/17 £494
Total Grant Awarded for 2017-18 (£16,000 + £10/pupil) £18,090
TOTAL GRANT AVAILABLE 17-18 (Carry over + 17-18 Grant) £18,584
SCHOOL SPORT COORDINATOR Alison Hudson
GOVERNOR RESPONSIBLE FOR PE Catherine Ogle
Summary of PE & Sport Premium Expenditure 2017-18 (PRIORITIES)
Objectives of spend;                       AREA OF CD WHEEL FOCUS
1 Staff training to support Self/Peer assessment : QUAL OF T&L T&L, Assessment & Planning
2 TA Support for Interventions using REALPLAY initiative  
3 School comps for ALL  
4 Funded after school clubs for Ks1/Ks2  
Item / Project Projected cost Actual Cost Objectives Outcomes / Measuring Impact Sustainability
Membership of WNDSSP for 2017-18   £2,650 Provision of Events/Festivals & competitions as well as significant programme of CPD opportunities for all staff - including bespoke PE support for Subject leader and the School overal Improvements on CD Wheel around - COMPS / STAFF DEV / SUBJ LEADERSHIP / TEACHING & LEARNING Ongoing support and staff development for long term sustainable benefits
Athletics Coach   £250 Provide CPD for staff in endurance running / XC Children showing progression / entries into SSP competition Staff supported to provide better delivery in the future
REVIEW DICE   £92 Support for teachers to enhance Plenary of lessons using dice resource Better quality AfL with consistency across the school  Ongoing use of dice in all classrooms. Cross curricular.
RealPlay   £1,105 Training for all TA's to support intervention strategy using new approach Improved Interventions / Physical learning support for broader curriculum areas Resources and training for future use
Premier Health and Wellbeing   £1,860 Primier sport 12 weeks of learning about health and wellbeing for ks1 and ks2 For pupils to learn, understand and engage in 12 weeks of hourly lessons on a balanced diet, sleeping and keeping physically and mentally healthy. Provide the tools, information and knowledge for children to make good choices as they grown up to  sustain a healthy lifetyle
Rugby Coach   £300 To provide key stage 2 children with an extra curricular rugby club with a specialist to enhance their skills and provide extra time for exercise. Track percentage of children that are attending club. School club links with rugby clubs to further support the children who are interested in football. Attend rugby competitions within the partnership and league.
Louis Bobbin sports coach, football and dodgeball   £990 To provide key stage 2 children with  extra curricular clubs with a specialist  to enhance their skills and provide extra time for exercise. Track percentage of children that are attending club. Track external club membership School club links with football clubs to further support the children who are interested in football. Attend football competitions within the partnership and league.
Table tennis tables   £993 To provide the children with equipment to enhance their skills and provide lunch time activity for them. Support the children with taster session to enhance their learning of a new sport Early skills taught to enhance the children in a new sport that will also be provided at High school.
H&S Book   £50 To ensure health and safety guidelines are followed in PE To ensure health and safety guidelines are followedin pe Long term knowledge of h&s in PE
Apprentiship for 18/19 £5,000   Funding put aside for future thoughts of an apprentice in PE To assist the PE lead whilst learning primary school PE   
SENSORY EQUIPMENT / TRAINING   £615 Sensory Circuits is a short and snappy sensory motor skills programme that helps to set children up for a school day and to concentrate during lessons.   It enables children to reach the level of alertness needed to concentrate during lessons. Initial purchase of equipment is all that is necessary for the programme to run daily. Children to progress through school supported with wellbeing and develop strategies to aid alertness and concentration.
Overtime money for staff  £1,000 £585  Overtime paid for staff and supply teachers for external competition Children adequately supervised whilst attending school sport competitions, which are provided by the WNDSSP, enhancing their experience of competition. Giving children the experience of attendnig competition gives them the skills for life including social, organisational, communication,cognitive and independence.
Tennis coach £500 £0 To provide keystage 2 children with an extra curricular tennis club to enhance their skills and abilities with a specialist. To provide extra curricular clubs to provide pupils with extra time for exercise and experiences and opportunities to join our local club To provide school club links to pupils and the opportunity to play tennis out of curricular time to experience tennis and to continue in the future.
Gym wedges   £280 Equipment to provide support and progression in rolls A tool to aid progression of forward rolls for children that need intervention. Progression and safe practice for the pupils that find rolls difficult, following real pe lessons
Dance teacher and resources   £419 To provide Yr6 with an experienced and professional dance teacher to enable them to participate in an external dance festival An excellent opportunity to work on all skills physically and socially to attend the dance festival at the Open in Norwich To provide pupils with life time skills and opportunities in dance.
Yoga Course and mats   £405 Training for 2 staff members in childrens yoga and purchase 30 mats for use in yoga in curriculum PE and extra curricular activities. To provide equipment for extra curricular clubs to provide pupils with extra time for exercise and experiences and opportunities to join our local club To provide A different form of exercise for students at school,providing relaxing atmosphere and teaching children how to relax. This provides a life skill for the future.
Printed Tshirts for out of school activities   £190  T shirts bought for  health and safety of students to produce a team moral.   Teaching students life skills a sense of being in a team and the responsibility of representing the school they are part of. 
koboca survey tool   £150 Taken to understand the children's perspective of how they feel about PE within school, get an idea of who has attended clubs, competitions and what clubs the children woiuld like in the future.  Outcomes include providing the clubs that children would like in school . The survey provided information regarding gaps in the curriculum of health and wellbeing that we acted upon  The survey will provide the data needed to show progress within the school PE and health and well being curriculum , giving action points for the future.
Bikeabilty for reception.    £761 To provide training, resources and equipment for reception satff and pupils Teaching reception skills of balance agility and coordination, with basic balanceabilty Providing the training to sfaff to be able to teach and support children on the balancabiltiy structure of learning.
           
           
           
  £6,500 £11,694      
SUMMARY
TOTAL PREMIUM RECEIVED £18,584.00
TOTAL PREMIUM PROJECTED £6,500.00
TOTAL PREMIUM SPENT £11,694.16
PREMIUM REMAINING £6,889.84
                             
Future Plans / Possible Expenditure                            
2 Overtime for subject responsibilities 500    
3 £5000 put aside for apprenticeship      
19/07/2018

 


Swimming Assessment 2017/18

  • This year 100% of our Year 6 class has swum 25m or more.
  • This year 86% of our Year 6 class passed the self-rescue assessment.
  • This includes a theory based water safety lesson. Also a fully clothed practical lesson which assesses sculling, treading water, picking up a submerged object, safely entering and exiting water and taking up the H.E.L.P position.

Quotes from our recent Ofsted inspection

  • 'The Physical (PE) and SP is used particularly well and sport is considered a strength of the school by parents.'

  • 'Staff confidence in delivering PE lessons has improved.'

  • 'Pupils are active at lunchtimes as a result of investment in clubs and equipment.'

  • 'Virtually all pupils take part in competitive activities during the year funded during the year funded by Sports Premium.'

  • 'Teaching of PE is of a high standard. There is a tight focus on skills development and pupils enjoy playing games and taking part in activities to help develop these.'

  • 'There is a high emphasis on PE keeping pupils healthy.'

  • 'Leaders aim for all children to take part in competitive activity each year.' 

 

Our Schools

Synergy Multi-Academy Trust is made up of schools, both secondary and primary, from north Norfolk. The Trust was initially established by Reepham High School and College in 2015. Our vision is simple; for all of our schools to work together to provide teaching and learning of the highest quality and for all of them to provide an exceptional range of educational experiences and opportunities.

Our Schools

Synergy Multi-Academy Trust is made up of schools, both secondary and primary, from north Norfolk. The Trust was initially established by Reepham High School and College in 2015. Our vision is simple; for all of our schools to work together to provide teaching and learning of the highest quality and for all of them to provide an exceptional range of educational experiences and opportunities.