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29/03/21

Congratulations to the winners of our Lockdown Photography Competition. A tremendous effort from - capturing patterns in nature, country and urban landscapes & still-life inspired by Andy Goldsworthy. https://t.co/BPFHlPOzxN https://t.co/8qfe3t7MVH

26/03/21

Budding photographers with their certificates. Congratulations Flori for your overall winning photograph 📸 https://t.co/6ny7optP5Q

26/03/21

Elmer continued their learning about passing germs with a glitter experiment. The first person dipped their hands in glitter glue and then we looked at how far we could transfer the glitter germs. We then investigated how long it took to wash our glitter germs away https://t.co/dGcBgiqnPY

26/03/21

Today Elmer have been learning about the transference of germs in Science. To get us thinking we made some 'safe snot' https://t.co/H6zN7embyW

25/03/21

The children discussed how different people react in different situations. We have used animals to help us explain how other would act. https://t.co/TiNLSNNYOm

25/03/21

Year Six writers taking part in a Food Guild Young Food Writers competition this week, inspired by blackberry poems by Sylvia Plath and Seamus Heaney. https://t.co/aJGtMgHSLU

25/03/21

Year six cyclists loving their training this week and learning so many new skills to help the cycle safely on the roads. So proud of their positive attitudes, kindness and support towards each other and resilience. https://t.co/5gX8WT5oBu

25/03/21

Kerr class adding to their bottles by drawing on patterns them and adding paint as well. https://t.co/jxVAVI3Y3K

25/03/21

Who is hungry? Potter Class have been creating their textile pizzas today. First step, paint the base. Secondly, cut the topping templates. Finally, Sew them on! Amazing progress! https://t.co/UrOgYOzoW7

25/03/21

Elmer class were very grateful for a parent donation of a sunflower planting kit. The children loved finding their own seed in the old sunflower head and then planting it to start the life cycle all over again. https://t.co/KIOAilCxRr

25/03/21

Beautifully presented and informative knowledge organisers from Dr Seuss class! https://t.co/hb7nFpx4GL

24/03/21

Year 3 took part in the National Day of Reflection by creating sun catchers to symbolise their positive thoughts for the future. https://t.co/nOhepAo9s3

24/03/21

Year six exploring self esteem and sharing ways to boost self esteem https://t.co/Kd8uTquvq6

24/03/21

To complete our Empiribox unit on sound, Dr Seuss class have been challenged to create ear defenders. Which material will work best?! https://t.co/jqU2BRVKlb

24/03/21

Success for Dr Seuss class in the School Games Virtual Basketball Skills Competition! Well done Team Dr Seuss! https://t.co/4DCvsrv4da

24/03/21

Budding website designers in Dahl class are enjoying creating their own webpages on esafety! https://t.co/2MsQhk7Cyl

24/03/21

Well Done Kerr on your Success in the virtual sports events https://t.co/b9B5y9slxt

24/03/21

All sorts of play by Kerr Class https://t.co/F79e7ywxZl

24/03/21

Well Done Team KS2 in your Spring Term Virtual Sport Events 🏆 Year 4 Basketball 1st🥈Year 5 Basketball 🥈2nd 🏀, Personal Fitness Year 4 Girls and Boys 3rd 🥉🏃‍♀️🏃, Multi Skills Year 3 2nd 🥈and Year 4 2nd 🥈🎾Thank you to for organising

24/03/21

3 weeks ago Pati set herself the challenge to be able to read this book. She showed resilience to keep going when things were a little tricky but by reading everyday she got there! https://t.co/wSEnNWnkHC

24/03/21

We have been experimenting with drawing in Dahl class; blind art, continuous line drawing and opposite hand drawings. We had a chuckle along the way when we compared our results and saw how tricky it was to do! https://t.co/82CjRh9AWg

23/03/21

Kerr Class continue to learn about Gustavo Klimt. Stay tuned to see what we do with these bottles https://t.co/MW6SHCn29n

23/03/21

Y6 celebrated the National Day of Reflection today with a discussion about all the positive changes lockdown has created in our lives and the sense that we don’t wanting to return to normal but to a better place. They used poetry as a vehicle for expressing themselves. https://t.co/kZcT6gxAnq

23/03/21

Dr Seuss class love sharing and celebrating their writing. A great opportunity to edit as well... we call it corridor conferencing! https://t.co/NdJgXUJtm2

22/03/21

Year six designers present their ear defenders and reflect on how their designs evolved whilst making them and how they would improve them further if they designed them again. https://t.co/wi4f9x3Ysw

22/03/21

More super Shakespeare cyclists competing level 1 if their cycle training. https://t.co/DYEzI3ETuS

22/03/21

Elmer are continuing our work inspired by Cathy Miles https://t.co/buwktte8jQ

22/03/21

On , Potter Class have been refining their presentation skills to present information about a chosen animal or an interest to the class. We talked about making it exciting for the audience and how to find the most relevant information. https://t.co/7BOeddE4Ry

22/03/21

Elmer love learning the names of the continents using this song https://t.co/qmXwmNxKmR https://t.co/bmff3Hir4J

22/03/21

Elmer class enjoyed starting off their Easter assembly with some fun with chocolate. We learned about this religious festival and why it is celebrated by Christians https://t.co/Vo4VpkMtZl

22/03/21

Year six cyclists starting their cyclability training - very excited! https://t.co/CzNOMEhuyD

22/03/21

Year six designers designing, creating and evaluating ear defenders as a grand finale to our science sound topic. https://t.co/JsmWZKL4EM

19/03/21

As marvellous musicians, Y6 continued to look at their musical arrangements to reflect a journey, linked English. As well as lyrical development, the children also considered dynamics, which included major and minor scales to evoke a differentiation of mood. https://t.co/dtUWFkCN2g

19/03/21

As marvellous musicians, Y6 continued to look at their musical arrangements to reflect a journey, linked English. As well as lyrical development, the children also considered dynamics, which included major and minor scales to evoke a differentiation of mood. https://t.co/2cAZDIBslo

19/03/21

Kerr class discussing how different animals behave to understand how people behave in different ways. https://t.co/2xGTD7agEV

19/03/21

What a gorgeous afternoon for a spot of tennis! It was great to see Potter Class practising their tactics and putting our skills into a game-like situation. https://t.co/r0HPLab5Ec

19/03/21

Super stitching in Potter Class as we practised our running stitch today - lots of resilience and celebrating success! https://t.co/JQDg7R8KEM

19/03/21

Elmer have started their sculptures inspired by the work of Cathy Miles https://t.co/lDpHNMk5PR

19/03/21

Kerr Classing using their knowledge of persuasion to persuade each other . We have taken inspiration for Red Rectangles and Green lizards by to help stimulate our discussion. https://t.co/cHeM7J8z4v

19/03/21

In Dahl class we are very engaged with our take one book ‘Boy in the Tower’ here we have drawn and described scientifically and poetically what we think the bluchers look like. https://t.co/RjyrGLtrWL

Sports Premium

Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium (DfE)

Funding Allocation - £17000 (2020-2021)

The breakdown and predicted expenditure is as follows:

Action Allocated Sports Grant Impact

Non-contact time for Class teachers to support events

 £200 x 4 = £800

Children accessing inter-school competitions and experiencing a variety of sporting opportunities

Non-contact time for Subject leader

£200 x 3 (1 a term) = £600

New sporting initiatives researched and put in place, evidence and impact of PE reporting

Playtime equipment to extend games making and collaboration, to be allocated and monitored via PSHCE Subject leader

£1000

A wide range of physical equipment available at playtimes and extra-curricular activities being used regularly and for golden time. Sports leaders using equipment to provide lay opportunities for children

After School Club (to allow PPG / those who usually do not attend)

 

£500

Offering a wider range of activities delivered to a high standard, to include PPG children

HDSA and School Games partnership

£250

Children involved in a number of inter–school games

Children using skills and knowledge through sport leader training

 

New sports kits to develop team spirit and cohesion

£2000

Children will represent the school in a school kit that they are proud to wear. · Important for safeguarding as children can be easily seen. Children will feel part of team Harpenden building on team spirit.

Classes to plan and take part in a focused outdoor learning day

£100

Children will benefit from outdoor learning and the freedom of learning outside the classroom.

National Fitness day

 

 

£200

Children to take part in competitive competition focusing on fitness and then be challenged to develop their fitness over the year.

To raise the profile of PE and sport across the school as a tool for whole school improvement. Paralympic day in school during Olympic week (needs rebooking for 2021) where every child has opportunity to experience a Paralympic sport – wheelchair basketball, boccia etc

£600

 

Improved Hall Sound System to support multiple curriculum areas, clubs and external providers. Currently not fit for purpose. Impact on gym, dance, after school clubs eg. Irish dancing, Cheerleading, Gymnastics, Aerial Yoga, Circus skills

£2060

The sound system in the school hall is a requirement for many lets and enhances curriculum delivery as well as extra curricular clubs and lettings generating income for the school.

Increased Net and wall opportunities through indoor table tennis

£2600

Pupils are scheduled to use the tables, are able to bring in their own equipment and use the tables constantly to improve games skill.

Attendance to increase in events and activities( up to 60 events) in all HDSA and HSP events annually

£2186 plus £300 membership

The pupils build their self esteem and teamwork skills to another level when participating in these events.

Cricket for Girls

£200

New skills, games and planning for all cricket sport specific skills will be used in curricular and EC coaching opportunities

Linked PE and science unit books for LKS2 and UKS2 Set of guided reading and curriculum books for health and fitness.

£250

Collaboration of English, Science and PE lead in the purchase of relevant texts to support teaching of health, fitness and nutrition

FA Football training for  staff member to increase confidence in football coaching

£300

Better coaching confidence and development of football across year groups extra curricular clubs.

Complete PE My Personal Best package. YST recommended.

£1500

All staff will have clear PE schemes of work LTPs and videos aimed at holistic teaching of NCPE and current progressions and assessment

Swimming catch up sessions for KS2 children

£1300

Those pupils identified  as not meeting the KS2 key indicator for swimming will be offered the opportunity to participate in an intensive catch up programme offered by Making Waves

Joy to Move Project - Participation programme to encourage all pupils to get moving and understanding the importance of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle following the CMO guidelines. Engage with the Watford Community Trust to complete the six-week programme

£800

All pupils to increase their level of moving and understanding the importance of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle

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