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PE and Sport Premium Spend Plan 2016-2017

Rationale:

At Stanhope Primary we believe that a high quality and enjoyable physical education programme is a vital part of a child’s development. We aim to provide the opportunity for our children to safely experience a range of sporting activities for their fun and enjoyment. Through carefully planned PE and sports activities we aim to ensure that all children are happy and enjoy PE, thus raising participation levels both in and out of school and therefore in turn, promoting healthy lifestyles.

We strive to provide high quality PE and sports teaching in both curriculum and after school clubs. We aim to ensure that within their own level of ability all children can achieve and experience success, thereby enabling them to reach their full potential.

We value the benefits of PE and sport to build children’s self-confidence, esteem and self-worth that is character building and essential for our pupil’s development.

We aim to provide opportunities for all children to experience competition at various levels both individually and as part of a team by means of in and out of school competitions. This will hopefully inspire children to participate fully and benefit from all aspects of sport physically, emotionally and socially.

At Stanhope Primary we have welcomed the Government’s announcement to extend the Sport Premium to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils and w e are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.

 

Financial Statement

The government is currently providing additional funding of £150 million pounds each year to improve provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on the delivery of PE and sport in school. Each school receives £8000, plus £5 per pupil on roll (Y1-Y6) in January 2016. This year our total grant is £8860.

Using the premium the following provision for children and continuous professional development for teaching staff has been actioned.

What does the Sport Premium mean for my School?

“Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.” (DfE JUNE 2013)

At Stanhope Primary we have split up the funding by the three key areas for consideration; Physical Education/Curricular PE, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport. We have decided to spend the Sport Premium Grant  2016- 2017 on the following:

 

PE and Sport Premium  Spend Plan.

Total no of primary aged pupils between the ages of 5-11 (Jan 2016)

225

Total amount of Sport Premium Grant received:

£8860

Physical Education: Raising standards of all our children in physical education

Objectives:

  • SLA with Sports Partnership in South Tyneside
  • Sports coach specialist delivering lessons and CPD with staff
  • PE subject leader to attend regular CPD opportunities
  • Purchase of new equipment to support delivery of high quality PE
  • Provide the opportunity to have swimming sessions in KS2
  • Provide Y5 pupils with Sports Leader training

Intended Outcomes:

  • Wide range of festivals and sporting competitions entered throughout the year. A wide range of children from across the school exposed to a range of sports.
  • Quality CPD delivered to all staff. Mentoring programme developed.
  • PE subject lead provides feedback in staff meetings from Co-ordinator meetings and training to improve whole school PE delivery.
  • New equipment purchased in Autumn term 2016
  • All KS2 Swimmers will leave Y6 swimming a minimum of 25m
  • Y5 pupils will be able to lead games on school yard confidently and competently

Competitive School Sport: Increasing pupils’ participation in extra-curricular sport

Objectives:

  • Wide variety of extra-curricular clubs with a physical / sports focus to take place throughout the academic year
  • Children not attending a club will be targeted and encouraged to participate in a club
  • SAFC to provide family learning programme in school for parents & children to raise awareness of healthy lifestyles
  • Newcastle Eagles deliver their Hoops4Health program within the school

Intended Outcomes:

  • To enable more children to represent the school in health related activities.
  • Increase participation in clubs and engage targeted children
  • Educate and raise awareness for parents and children of healthy lifestyle choices
  • Children develop a deeper understanding of healthy lifestyle choices and the impact these can have.

Competitive School Sport: Increasing pupils’ participation in extra-curricular sport

Objectives:

  • To continue to raise the amount of competitive sporting opportunities for pupils
  • To continue to run Friday club, delivered by South Tyneside Sports Development team after school every Friday 
  • Develop after school rugby sessions by developing links with local rugby club

Intended Outcomes:

  • South Tyneside Sport Network will host a range of sporting events including:
  • KS2 Sportshall Athletics, KS2 Cross Country, KS2 H4H Basketball, KS2 Athletics, KS2 Boccia,   KS2 Quick Sticks Hockey  
  • KS1 Multi Skills, KS1 Athletics
  • A wide number of children from across KS1 & 2 will engage in a range of competitive sporting activities
  • Targeted children participate in the club and develop healthy lifestyle options
  • Weekly after school sports focussed sessions to take place.

Sustainability of Funding:

Swimming: Maintain links with tuition and transport to and from Haven Point weekly for Y2, 3 and 4.

Play Makers: Training of Y4/5 pupils will allow the 20 identified pupils to support new games initiatives in our outdoor area during break times. The older pupils will develop and encourage fellow pupils to use skills taught in other year groups and apply to given tasks. This will ensure that all children will continue with healthy, active lifestyles during morning break and lunchtime sessions.

Supervisory Assistants: Will receive bespoke training that will result in the encouragement of healthy, active lifestyles, as well as more positive attitudes to learning in the afternoon from all children in our school community.

Identified Staff: Support PE Lead in Basketball, Athletics, Boccia and Hockey training. This is an on-going initiative.

Behaviour: Staff has observed a positive change in pupils who are participating in sports initiatives. Teamwork, sportsmanship, increased participation, perseverance, stamina, respect and tolerance for one another.

Lunchtime structured play: Due to introducing a structure to lunchtime play pupils are more regularly active and they are adopting healthier lifestyles. Therefore the portfolio of PE and sport has been raised across the school.

Staff: There is an increased confidence in knowledge and skills of the staff in Stanhope Primary and there are broader experiences of a range of sports and activities daily happening within the school.

Opportunities: The children have been given the opportunity to participate in sports, compete for school and travel to events which they otherwise would not have access to. Children in a short space of time have been selected to represent both our district (South Tyneside) and county (Tyne and Wear).

Aspirations: Pupils are aspiring to represent their school, with pride. Their self-esteem has been increased and pupils are positive role models to their peers.

 

Spending breakdown of the Sport Premium Funding 2016-2017

Focus                                                                                   Amount

Service Level Agreement – South Tyneside                           £2250

Transport (Swimming/ Competition)                                        £2000

Newcastle Eagles (Hoops4Health)                                          £500

CPD / Overtime (staff cover)                                                    £990

Tuition – Swimming                                                                  £420

After School Club Coaches                                                      £700

New Sports Kits (shirts, vests, socks, shorts, embroidery)     £700

Basketball Hoops x2                                                                £800

Play Makers/ Lunchtime equipment                                        £500

TOTAL                                                                                    £8860

 

If you require a downloadable copy of the PE and Sports Premium Spend Plan Statement for 2016-2017 please click the following link Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017 or please here for the Sports Funding document. 

 

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