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Childcare Provision We offer Nursery provision 5 mornings per week, total 15 hours. We also offer a daily After School Club, term time only from 3.20pm - 5.45pm.
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Curriculum

National Curriculum Key Stage 1 & 2 School curriculum

 

www.gov.uk/national-curriculum

Located on Children's Pages in the individual class sections.

Governor's Information and Duties Located on About Us page
Key Stage 2 results See below
Ofsted Report PDF icon School Report  Ofsted: www.ofsted.gov.uk/
PE and Sport Premium See Below
Performance tables Please visit www.education.gov.uk
Pupil Premium See below
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SEN Information Located on SEN Support page
Values and Ethos Located on About Us page.

PDF icon DFE Primary School Progress Measures (1010KB)

School SATs Results

PDF icon Parent's Guide toKS2 SATS results in 2016 (678KB)

KEY Stage 2 - Summer 2016

‘Expected’  standard

School

Herts

National

Reading

75%

72%

66%

Writing

94%

79%

74%

Writing ‘greater than’

44%

 

 

Maths

72%

72.5%

70%

Grammar

75%

76.3%

72%

Percentage of pupils achieving expected standards in reading, writing and maths 63% 59% 53%
Average Progress
Average progress in reading -2.2   -5
Average progress in writing 3   -7
Average progress in maths -1.3   -5
Percentage of pupils achieving a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths 9%    
Average scaled score for reading 104    

Average scaled score for maths

104

 

 

 

KEY Stage 2 - updated Summer 2015


L4 in %

Reading school

Reading
Herts

Writing school

Writing Herts

Maths school

Maths Herts

2012

83

90

90

86

90

82

2013 93 89 93 87 96 87

2014

100

92

97

89

97

89

2015

93

92

93

90

93

89

L5 in %

Reading school

Reading Herts

Writing school

Writing Herts

Maths school

Maths Herts

2012

55

54

35

35

41

45

2013 39 52 36 38 36 46

2014

72

56

48

40

59

48

2015

40

56

23

42

50

47


 

2 Levels progress
in Reading

Herts

2 Levels progress in Writing

Herts

2 levels progress in Maths

 

Herts

2011

86

-

79

-

90

-

2012

79

-

93

-

97

-
2013 72 - 100 - 96 -

2014

100

-

100

-

100

-

2015

93

-

97

-

97

-

Key Stage 1 - updated Summer 2015


L2 in %

Reading
school

Reading Herts

Writing
school

Writing Herts

Maths
school

Maths Herts

2011

87

89

87

86

87

92

2012 96 90 96 87 100 93
2013 97 91 93 87 97 93
2014 100 92 96 89 100 94
2015 97 92 97 90 100 95

L3 in %

 

 

 

 

 

 

2011

33

34

13

20

27

28

2012 46 36 31 21 46 29
2013 37 36 23 21 33 30
2014 39 39 21 23 32 31
2015 45 39 17 24 31 32

Pupil Premium Funding

pdf_icon Pupil Premium Strategy 2016/17 (235KB)

Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding Provision and Impact

PE and Sport Premium 2016-17

The Primary and PE Sport Premium funding started in April 2013. It is additional money delegated to schools. Each school receives £8000 plus £5 per pupil for those on roll in Years 1-6 (£8800).  Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. This money has been used in a variety of ways over the years and the Governing Body, through its link Governor has monitored and evaluated its spend. The money is generally used for the following:

  • hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers and provide existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
  • introduce new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
  • support and involve the least active children by running chang4life clubs
  • run sport competitions and with own and other schools to increase pupils’ participation in the school games

2016-2017: Provision
See table

2016-2017: Impact on Pupils’ PE And Sport Participation And Attainment
The impact has resulted in the following:

  • All children in KS2 participating in or attending a level 1/level 2 competition
  • Change4life club encouraged the least active to participate in activity
  • KS1 and KS2 children reached the regional finals of the gym competition for the second year running and came 2nd to Essex and 4th.
  • All year 6 children achieving 25m in swimming running booster classes when necessary
  • An improvement in the children’s level of skill and attitude in particular in dance due to using Imoves across the school and Urban Strides, a street dance group, working with  KS2 for a morning in both spring and summer terms.
  • The membership of the BSP and YST has continued to allow us to participate in more Level 2 competitions with an increase of children entering eg The Netball team competed in the High 5 competition and lost to a golden goal at Birchwood and then took part in the Leventhorpe league which they won. Additionally we won the Birchwood netball league.
  • Year 5 children being introduced to Gaelic football and participating in 2 competitions
  • Many Yr 1/2 children bring their scooter on Wheelie Wednesdays for breaktimes
  • The new outdoor sound system is used for Music Monday and Funky Friday to allow the children to dance at breaktimes and exercise without even knowing it.
  • We were awarded the gold School Games Mark in July 2017 for a second year.
  • 13 children achieved the level 2 at bikeablility in Year 5
  • 21 year 6 competed in our annual triathlon
  • 2 GB athletes visited and we are part of the YST Aspire /Hertfordshire Developing Well pilot scheme with an athlete working with Year 4 children and their parents
  • The questionnaire for both staff and pupils in February has shown an increase in enjoyment and participation
  • The PE TA and the Head teacher attended the PE Conference and attended Power of the Active school training to promote active learning throughout the school
  • This year we have continued to develop or add to the PE and sport activities that we already offer as well as making improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years by:
  • Increasing the number of coaches in school who work alongside teachers to develop their skills and knowledge to increase the quality of PE and sport
  • Introducing more opportunities at break times and within school to increase the amount of physical activity taken by the children eg Daily Mile,  ‘Wheelie Wednesday, Music Monday and Funky Friday, speedstacking and table tennis all led by the Apprentices and PE TA.
  • Providing links to local clubs through assemblies eg karate and netball
  • Reintroducing bikeability for Year 5 in summer term – 13 children attained level 2
  • Introducing KS1 and 2 children to outdoor activities eg canoeing, climbing etc in the summer term during sports week
  • Developed leadership skills for Year 6 who supported the intrahouse competitions for Year 3 and 4 with the aid of the Apprentices

91% yr 5/6 children find it easy to be physically active at breaktimes (SHEU)
77% yr 5/6 children get the chance to go to other schools to take part in sports (SHEU)
55% of KS2 children have had the chance to represent the school in a sporting event (Sept -Feb 17) aiming for 100% by end of year
School provides at least two hours of curricular physical education per week. Incorporated with active playtimes and clubs, this becomes over three hours of physical activity per week.
G and T provision at Birchwood in spring 17 – 10 children to attend

2016-2017: Ensuring Sustainability
The school believes that the impact of these actions will be sustainable through the upskilling of teachers and development of PE TA, continuing membership to YST and BSP to participate in level 2 competitions and local school competitions through Leventhorpe School and developing as an active school.

2017-2018: Future Provision
Funding for the next financial year is to be doubled. We will continue to make sustainable and additional improvements by developing teacher skills through external coaches and the PE TA, continuing to run a variety of clubs for pupils, improving and increasing PE equipment and resources as well as supporting pupils to make informed choices about fitness, healthy eating and mental well-being.

Summary
High Wych CE Primary School is committed to improving the life choices of our children. The money has been spent on making additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport in school by ensuring increased quality physical activity and by actively trying to change mindsets.
pdf_iconPE Impact 2016/17(167KB)

Archive documents
PDF iconPE and Sport Premium 2015/16 (112KB)
PDF iconPrimary Infographics (440KB)
PDF iconPE and Sport Premium 2014/15 (48KB)