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PE & Sport Premium Expenditure

The aim of the PE enrichment activities for pupils at Wargrave House School and College is to provide pupils with additional physical activities to broaden and enrich their learning experiences. The physical activities naturally support the development of their health and well-being and provide opportunities to develop confidence through a variety of different challenges. The latest reports are available here.

Current allocation and plan for expenditure: 2016-17

Number of pupils and PE and Sports Premium allocation

Total number of students on roll
48
Total number of pupils eligible for PE and Sports Premium
10
Amount of PE and Sports Premium received per student
£500
Total amount of PE and Sports Premium received
£5,000
Brought forward from previous year
£430

Summary of PE and Sports Premium proposed spending 2016-17

Provision
Salary/Cost
Total
“Wheels for All” Trainers validation x 6
£50 per validation
£300
Cost of staff cover for above training- supply TSA x6
£100 per supply teacher per day
£600
Cost of hire for cycle track and cycles at Local School
£150 per session x 14 sessions
£2,100

Cost of adapted bicycles
1 x hand cycle
2 x tricycles
2 x tandem

All bicycles cost £500 each
£2,500

Proposed action and measurement of student impact

This year the focus will be on “wheels for all” sessions that will enable students to learn to ride modified cycles in a purpose built track at a local school with extensive facilities. Six Wargrave House School staff will be validated as “Wheels for all” trainers and Key Stage 2 students will have opportunities to use the purpose built track to develop their skills and confidence in cycling proficiency.

Wargrave House School will also purchase modified cycles to progress student proficiency; utilising the school trained staff as activity leaders. Student progress will be monitored and recorded with regard to an individual’s ability to control the cycle/ride safely in the school environment throughout the course. Student surveys will also be completed.

Impact on student progress for PE (using B Squared Connecting Steps V4) will be reported at the end of July 2017.

Past allocation and expenditure: 2015-16

Number of students and PE and Sports Premium allocation
Total number of students on roll
51
Total number of pupils eligible for PE and Sports Premium
6
Amount of PE and Sports Premium received per student
£500
Total amount of PE and Sports Premium received
£3,000
Brought forward from previous year
£0

Summary of PPG spending 2015-16
Provision Salary/Cost Total
Rebound Therapy Level 1 in-house training led by PE Coordinator (with external moderator assessment) for 6 staff over two days. £100 per person £600
Cost of staff cover for above training- supply TSA x8 £100 per supply Teaching Support Assistant per day for two days for each participant £1,600
Cost of trampolining mat £100 x1 £100
Cost of Boccia training course for PE Coordinator £150  x1 £150
Cost of Boccia equipment set £120 £120


Action Taken and Impact

All students undertook at least one double session per week for one and a half terms with a Rebound Therapist. The phrase ‘Rebound Therapy’, when correctly applied, describes a specific methodology, assessment and programme of use of trampolines to provide opportunities for enhanced movement patterns, therapeutic positioning, exercise and recreation for a wide range of users with additional needs. The Wargrave House School and College Rebound Therapy sessions were designed to improve individual range of movement, promote balance, promote an increase in muscle tone, promote relaxation, promote sensory integration, improve fitness and exercise tolerance and to improve communication skills.

Quantitative evidence

All students benefited from attending the sessions and the progress is detailed below.

The mean percentage progress was 70% for PE for the Key Stage 2 students over the period 2015-16 (Range: 25%-75%; N=6).

Staff training in Boccia has enabled staff to prepare Key Stage 2 students for external competitions with other schools.









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