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PE & Sport Funding

Sports Premium Funding

The Government is providing ‘new, substantial primary school sport funding’ to the value of £150 million per annum. This funding is being jointly provided by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision within schools.

Funding for schools is calculated by the number of primary-aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) in the annual schools census.

All schools with 17 or more primary-aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil.

How will the funding be spent?

Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

At Newport Primary School we are using the funding to improve the quality of teaching in P.E and promote physical activity in and out of school.

Description Spend Impact on the Children Sustainability
Membership of Middlesbrough Sports Partnership £500

To access opportunities across Middlesbrough in a wide range of competitions for a variety of different sports: football, rugby, netball, orienteering, cross country, cricket etc.

The Partnership also includes a range of CPD and network meetings for PE subject leaders. This allows staff to co-ordinate with other schools and develop their skills and knowledge through shared practice.

Continued support for the teachers, coaches, support staff and children across the academic year. Staff will be up skilled and feel more confident to deliver high quality PE sessions in the future.

Children will continue to take part in a wide range of competitions, which will hopefully develop into a future sporting interest.

Access to specialist sports coaches during curriculum time £9,200 In School Sports Coach
£720 Freekdance
£330 Marshall Arts

Providing specialist sport coaches to assist in the delivery of good/outstanding teaching methods to support our staff during curriculum time is key, so all teachers are given the opportunity to learn from these sports specialist coaches.

Our in school sports coach also delivers a range of after school sports clubs and physical activities during breakfast club each day. This has increased the amount of physical activity children take part in and has helped to promote a healthier lifestyle in school.

Teachers will work alongside all sport coaches and sport specialists to gain confidence and develop skills for delivering high quality PE sessions in the future.

After school specialist sports coaches £760

Providing enrichment opportunities with specialist coaches to promote a healthy lifestyle and support the Governments fitness initiatives.

Already this has increased participation in after school sporting activities, which promotes our healthy lifestyle ethos.

Permanent staff will work alongside specialist sport coaches to gain confidence in delivering a range of after school sport sessions in the future.

Youth Sport Membership £450

Access to an extensive network of schools, colleges and other institutions.

As part of the membership the school receives free CPD for staff where a need has been identified or new initiatives that have been introduced as part of the new curriculum.

Gives every child a sporting start in life through high quality PE and Sport in primary schools.

Gives every child any opportunity to recognise the enjoyment of sport so they are able to achieve their sporting best in school and outside education.

Travel to and from sporting competitions £1,182

To give children the opportunity to participate in a competitive environment, developing teamwork and sportsmanship. Children had the opportunity to work alongside children and adults from other schools thus improving their social skills.

This has allowed more children to take part in various competitions and provide children with challenging experiences.

Through recognising the importance and benefit of children participating in competitive sport the school budget will allow for travel to and from competitions in the future.

Resources / Equipment £1,219 Equipment

 

 

 

£88 Sports Council shirts

Regular of audit equipment to make sure it is safe to use and purchase new to replace old. Purchasing new equipment to further the range of resources so that more children can experience as many sports as possible.

Providing school kit for sporting competitions, after school sport and physical education sessions ensures all children are able to participate in physical exercise and children feel part of a team when representing the school.

Having a wider range of equipment and accessibility to resources means more children will take part in physical activity on a more regular basis.

Cyber Coach – Online physical exercise sessions £414

Supports teachers to incorporate physical activity into the daily routine of their pupils. Encourages all children to take part in daily physical exercise to promote a healthy lifestyle and support the Governments fitness initiatives.

All staff recognise the importance of daily exercise and incorporate into their daily routines within the classroom.

Swimming

Transport

£2,280

£1,730

Life skill of learning to swim to keep safe. Encourages all children to take part in physical exercise to promote a healthy lifestyle and support the Governments fitness initiatives.

Staff will be up skilled and feel more confident to deliver high quality swimming sessions in the future.
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