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Physical Education Funding

Sport is thriving at Stannington First School. Children across the school take part in at least two hours physical education activities each week and many have the opportunity to improve skills further with a wide range of after school clubs on offer. Within the curriculum environment the activities are designed to develop a wide range of skills and build team spirit. Extra curricular sport activities are available at different times of the year and include football, cricket, dance, Zumba and tennis. We have expert coaches from outside agencies and clubs come into school to deliver cricket, dance, yoga and many more sports to the Early Years Foundation to Year 4. The Year 3 and 4 children have the opportunity to learn to swim at Morpeth Leisure Centre every Friday. Stannington has many successful sports teams. In 2013 The KS1 and 2 footballers took part in many competitions and won.

Physical Education Funding 2016-2017

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Physical Education Funding 2015-2016

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Physical Education Funding 2014-2015

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The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – will be allocated to primary school Headteachers.
This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

We are using the funding to:

Staff CPD

  • Provide cover to realise staff so they may attend CPD courses.
  • Hire specialised PE teachers or Sports Coaches to work in all classes.
  • Hire specialised PE teachers or Sports Coaches to train staff.

Healthy Living

  • Provide daily opportunities for physical exercise
  • Provide healthy meals and snacks for all children during Forest School/club sessions
  • Teach children the importance of healthy food and exercise

Competition

  • Pay for entry into local competitions ran by the local SSP
  • Provide transport to attend competitions
  • Purchase Trophies and Medals to use when hosting competitions.

Gifted and talented

  • Provide Sports clothing for Yr 3/4 sports leaders.
  • Pay for children to attend specialised sporting activities e.g. local climbing wall, golf courses etc…

Participation

  • To provide coaching and training of sports leaders with the aim of them running games during lunchtimes.
  • Provide a wide range of afterschool clubs.

Resources

  • Purchase new resources that are appropriate for differing skill and age levels.
  • Purchase a shed to store equipment safely and provide ease of access.

Physical Education Funding 2013/14

We are using the funding to:

Staff CPD

  • Provide cover to realise staff so they may attend CPD courses.
  • Hire specialised PE teachers or Sports Coaches to work in all classes.
  • Hire specialised PE teachers or Sports Coaches to train staff.

Healthy Living

  • Provide daily opportunities for physical exercise
  • Provide healthy meals and snacks for all children during Forest School/club sessions
  • Teach children the importance of healthy food and exercise

Competition

  • Pay for entry into local competitions ran by the local SSP
  • Provide transport to attend competitions
  • Purchase Trophies and Medals to use when hosting competitions.

Participation

  • To provide coaching and training of sports leaders with the aim of them running games during lunchtimes.
  • Provide a wide range of afterschool clubs.
  • Provide a variety of different sports. e.g. Archery

Resources

  • Purchase new resources that are appropriate for differing skill and age levels.
  • Up date old resources
  • Buy football nets
  • Replace broken equipment

Objectives for 2013/14:
1. To provide quality professional development for teaching staff to enhance their skills, in identified areas.
2. To provide consistent good quality PE teaching throughout school. This will involve the use of quality sports coaches for teaching PE lessons in Key Stage 1 and 2, working alongside the class teacher so that both children and teachers can develop their skills even further.
3. To work collaboratively with other schools in the pyramid, local clubs and outside agencies to further develop PE and sport opportunities for all children.
4. To audit and enhance resources ensuring children have access to high quality provision to enable them to develop their physical skills and well being.
5. To increase the provision for gifted and talented children, through the use of specialist coaching and inter school sporting competitions.
6. To organise a Sport’s week to raise the profile of a range of sports.
7. To develop Sports Leaders to help with playground games so as to increase activity at Lunch times.
8. To increase participation in Sporting After School Clubs.

Expected Impact

1. Good to Outstanding PE throughout the school.
2. Development of staff PE skills.
3. Opportunities for regular inter school tournaments.
4. Children engaged and fully active at lunchtimes, using new equipment.
5. Children enjoy PE lessons and understand the importance of keeping healthy.

Impact

During 2013-14 the children and staff had the opportunity to take part in many different sporting competitions and activities. When asked to draw a picture for their summer school reports and write about what they enjoyed the most during the year, the majority of children indicated that P.E. had been their favourite highlight and many indicated that they had enjoyed P.E because they got to try new sports and learn new skills. The staff worked alongside coaches and received CPD training sessions which were enjoyed by all!

Pupil pe survey evaluation