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PE and Sport Funding

Overview

The government is providing additional funding for maintained schools and academies to

 

“Improve the provision of PE and sport for the benefits of pupils so that they develop healthy lifestyles.

 

This funding is being provided jointly by the Department of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport. The funding is ring-fenced and can only be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport within the school.

2016-2017

The Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding was £3658.

 

Expenditure

Target

Cost

Impact

“Hoops for Health” Programme. Organised by the Newcastle Eagles.

 

The aim of the project is: To provide a healthy living programme with professional sporting role models, using basketball as an activity to convey a range of positive health messages to young people in primary schools, including the importance of keeping physically active and eating healthily.

EXIT ROUTES FROM HOOPS FOR HEALTH – EAGLES COMMUNITY FOUNDATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME.

Year 5 & 6

142 pupils

£400

 

£200 Year 5

£200 Year 6

Encourage pupils in both year groups to follow an active healthy lifestyle, including eating a balanced diet and taking regular vigorous exercise.

 

Supports Healthy Schools Award and work within the Citizenship programme.

 

Entrance to a local and regional competition for both year groups.

Skipping School
Year 5 Pupils have been provided with skipping school tuition by Chris Chocoran – this led to a local competition.

Year 5
62 Pupils

£250

Pupils learnt individual and paired routines and worked as a team in their classes. This has allowed for Year 5 to enter a competition and set up a 35 strong skipping team.

Cricket Coaching

Coaching supplied by Dan Shurben of Northumberland CC. Pupils will have the opportunity to access cricket coaching in their lessons for 6 weeks. This will be followed up with an extra-curricular club, as well as school cricket competitions.

Year 5 & Year 6

142 Pupils

£250

Pupils will have access to linking to cricket clubs – raised profile within the school.

Futsal goals

Football goal used within Year 5 and 6 football lessons, as well as extra-curricular clubs and fixtures. They allow for a high standard, more appropriate football game and structure activities.

Year 5 & Year 6 £210 Pupils will have access to this during lessons, football fixtures, football training and break times. They will be able to practise more shooting specific drills. 

 

 

 

2015-2016

The Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding was £8780.

Expenditure

Target

Cost

Impact

“Hoops for Health” Programme. Organised by the Newcastle Eagles.

 

The aim of the project is: To provide a healthy living programme with professional sporting role models, using basketball as an activity to convey a range of positive health messages to young people in primary schools, including the importance of keeping physically active and eating healthily.

EXIT ROUTES FROM HOOPS FOR HEALTH – EAGLES COMMUNITY FOUNDATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME.

Year 5 & 6

130 pupils

£650

 

£550 Year 5

£100 Year 6

Encourage pupils in both year groups to follow an active healthy lifestyle, including eating a balanced diet and taking regular vigorous exercise.

 

Supports Healthy Schools Award and work within the Citizenship programme.

 

Entrance to a local and regional competition for both year groups.

Class set of skipping ropes
The aim is to develop children’s’ agility, balance, coordination and inspire determination and enthusiasm. Pupils will be encouraged to “have a go” to develop their individual skills and also to work together on group activities for an all-round positive experience. A squad of skippers will compete in the annual North Tyneside Skipping Festival.

Year 5

84 pupils

£125

Pupils encouraged using the skipping ropes during a lunchtime club – impact on physical activity.

 

Access to local competition.

Basketball reversible Kit

A 7 set Basketball kit for Year 5 & Year 6 basketball teams ready for their competition.

Year 5

55 Pupils

£125

Raised profile of Basketball in Year 5. Pupils are proud to wear their school tops and use them regularly in PE competitions.

Skipping School
Year 5 Pupils have been provided with skipping school tuition by Chris Chocoran – this led to a local competition.

Year 5
84 Pupils

£250

Pupils learnt individual and paired routines and worked as a team in their classes. This has allowed for Year 5 to enter a competition and set up a 35 strong skipping team.

Cricket Coaching

Coaching supplied by Dan Shurben of Northumberland CC. Pupils will have the opportunity to access cricket coaching in their lessons for 6 weeks. This will be followed up with a training session in school after the lessons have been completed.

Year 5 & Year 6

134 Pupils

£250

Pupils will have access to linking to cricket clubs – raised profile within the school.

Go Pro Cameras

We have bought two Go Pro Cameras for the department to use in lessons after advice from Laura Dickinson (SIO Elearning).

Year 5 & 6

£198

Help with assessment of pupils and pupils own self-reflection and improvement in analysis of performance. 

 

2014-2015

 

Wellfield Middle School

The initial Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding was £8000. At Wellfield Middle School we have targeted this funding towards a number of areas including; health and fitness, out of lesson facilities, extracurricular activities and increasing the participation in sport.

 

Sports Hall Athletics Equipment

Part of our investment this year has been spent on purchasing indoor athletics equipment. This allows our summer athletic lessons to be taken inside in adverse weather. This has also allowed for an extracurricular club to be set up during lunchtime to allow more pupils more access to the different facilities.

 

Extra-Curricular

To increase the participation in extracurricular clubs we have continued our relationship with the Newcastle Eagles basketball team and have bought into their “Hoops for Health” programme, this allows some of our pupils to have training sessions with Newcastle Eagles coaches as part of a development scheme, we will also to take part in a local competition.

 

Last year we started up a gymnastics club which has become very popular, to allow our pupils to continue to progress and cope with the increase in demand we have purchased additional gymnastic equipment including two new safety mats, springboards, a new vault and a trampete.

 

A further investment was into a skipping project delivered by an outside agency this incorporated all 84 Year 5 pupils taking part in a 3 part session. This was then carried forward into a club which saw 30 Year 5 pupils competing at a local event.

 

Healthy living

As part of the Newcastle Eagles “Hoops for Health” programme they provided a healthy living programme with professional basketball players as role models to come into school to work with our key stage 2 pupils. Using basketball as their theme they will carry out activities to convey a range of positive health messages including the importance of keeping physically active and eating healthily as well as highlighting the negative effects of smoking.

 

Archery Equipment

In a prior statement we stated that Archery equipment was purchased by the school to create a new lunchtime club. After deliberation and review it was decided that this purchase did not sufficiently meet the requirements of this budget and these products have been sold to reimburse the funding. 

 

Astro Turf

A large investment this year has been the use of some of the funds to part fund the instalment of a small AstroTurf. This encompasses a five aside pitch and tennis court and a 30m running track. Each year has been allocated a lunchtime to enjoy the facility. In addition to this it allows all lessons to have the choice of using this facility for Football, Hockey, Athletics, Ultimate Frisbee and many more activities. Furthermore extracurricular clubs are able to have extended sessions using the AstroTurf during adverse weather conditions and under the floodlights nearby.

 

 

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