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"To create a purposeful educational environment where children of all abilities can learn and thrive"

PE and Sport Premium


The Government is providing additional PE and sport funding to all primary schools. The aim of this funding is to improve the quality, provision and sustainability of PE and sport in our schools and develop healthier lifestyles for our pupils.
 

Objectives
 

  • Develop staff subject knowledge, skills and confidence in delivering PE across the school.
  • Increase pupil participation in school games and local sports competitions/festivals.
  • Develop PE resources to enhance the teaching and learning of PE and engage pupils in a healthier lifestyle.
  • Promote the importance of a healthy lifestyle to all pupils.

 

2016-2017 Funding
For the academic year 2016-2017 North View Academy will receive £8,307 in PE and Sport Premium funding. There was also an under-spend from 2015-16 of £2,764 which is to be carried forward. The funding will be used in the following ways:

 

  • Specialist coaches from the Foundation of Light will work alongside teachers to increase subject knowledge and skills. These qualified coaches will teach high-quality basic moves, games and football alongside class teachers, focusing upon areas identified by the teachers for their PE development. All specialist coaches will work with the class teacher to guide the assessment of the children’s performance and discuss future lessons and skills progression
  • Introduce different activities to help engage, motivate and enhance the learning of all pupils across the school. This will include the putchase of New Age Kurling and Boccia equipment and organising trampolining, hula-hooping and circus skills sessions delivered by specialist coaches and followed up with similar activities delivered by staff in school.
  • Develop assessment across PE
  • Further develop PE and playground resources to enhance the teaching, learning and sustainability of sport in our school and encourage all of our pupils to participate in a wide range of sports/games and become more active.
  • Subscribe to various organisations and resources to enhance the PE curriculum and provide all pupils with the opportunity to develop skills which can lead to nationally recognised accreditation in gymnastics and athletics.
 
2016-2017 PE and Sports Premium Spend 2016 - 2017 (to date):

 
  • £719.62 - Playground resources and equipment
  • £817.21  -  Renewal of sports and Archery equipment
  • £790.00  -  Specialist coaching - Foundation of Light Sports coach to work alongside staff 1x week (each teacher receives a half term of coaching as part of PE CPD). Trampolining.
  • £320.00  - Ice Skating

         Total Spend to date £2646.83

 

Projected Spend for Summer Term 2016 - 2017

 

  • £100.00  -  Cyber Coach Smart Subscription
  • £4195.00  - Improvement to playground environment. Additional Equipment.
  • £2006.00 - Renewal of sports equipment
  • £1210.00 - Specialist coaching. Foundation of Light sports coach to work alongside staff 1x week (each teacher receives a half term of coaching as part of CPD). Circurama (circus skills workshop) and HoopzStarz (hula hoop workshop). Trampolining weekly sessions - Y4, Y3, KS1
  • £72.00 - Sportsafe equipment checks
  • £840.00 - PE Visits

         Total Spend £11069.83

 

Impact of Funding

 

  • The funding has enabled North View Academy to continue with high quality staff CPD together with excellent lesson delivery in the form of coaching provided by the Foundation of Light. The specialist SEND coaches are timetabled to work alongside each teacher for half a term (1 lesson per week). Staff identify a strand of PE they want to develop their skills in and the coaches deliver these sessions. Teaching and support staff work closely with the coaches which enables them to develop their subject knowledge and confidence in delivering PE. This has an on-going, positive impact on the quality of teaching and learning in PE across our school.
  • Improved provision of playground equipment to encourage our pupils to be more active and nurture an enjoyment of physical activity. This equipment will also enhance social interaction and help develop fine and gross motor skills.
  • The introduction of new sports - New Age Kurling and Boccia to introduce different skills and widen the variety of sporting activities we offer in school.
  • All pupils now have access to wider range of good quality PE equipment to help develop their skills and enhance their learning experience across the PE curriculum. Some of the equipment is also used to enhance sporting experiences in Extended School Club allowing all upils to take part in archery, an activity not provided through our PE curriculum.
  • Pupils are given the opportunity to engage in additional activities to those offered through the PE curriculum. Workshop days are organised for the summer term. Pupils will be able to take part in a circus skills workshop and a hula-hoop workshop. These workshops will offer a range of activities to engage pupils and help develop fine and gross motor skills, balance and coordination as well as improving fitness.

 

Sustainability

 

  • Through our continued link with the Foundation of Light the CPD/Coaching programme we have used staff have become more confident in delivering PE and this can only have a positive impact moving forward.
  • We have developed some good links with other schools and are now part of the Schools Games programme. This will enable us to continue to take part and compete in sporting festivals, competitions and various other activitiesallowing our pupils to participate in a wide range of sports at both an interschool and intraschool level.
  • having improved the quality of our PE resources this will continue to enable staff to deliver engaging and well-resourced lessons in PE well into the future.
  • The development of equipment around the playground will encourage and enable all pupils to be active in unstructured times for many years to come.
  • Through these programmes and good quality teaching and learning in PE our pupils are developing an understanding for the need to lead active lifestyles and are keen and eager to participate in all experiences offered and enthusiastic to try new ones.
     

2015-2016 Funding
For the academic year 2015-2016 North View Academy will receive £8355 in PE and Sport Premium funding. there was also an under-spend from 2014-15 of £1845 which is to be carried forward. The budget of £10200 funding was used in the following ways:

 

  • Specialist coaches from the Foundation of Light will work alongside teachers to increase subject knowledge and skills. These qualified coaches will teach high-quality basic moves, expert games and football knowledge alongside class teachers, focusing upon areas in the teachers PE development. All specialist coaches will work with the class teacher to guide the assessment of the children’s performance and discuss future lessons and skills progression
  • Introduce different activities to help engage, motivate and enhance the learning of pupils across the school. This will include organising skipping, hula-hooping and circus skills sessions delivered by specialist coaches and followed up with similar activities delivered by staff in school.
  • Further develop PE and playground resources to enhance the teaching, learning, assessment and sustainability of sport in our school and encourage our pupils to participate in a wide range of sports/games and become more active.
  • Subscribe to various organisations and resources to enhance the PE curriculum and provide pupils with the opportunity to achieve nationally recognised accreditation in gymnastics and athletics.
     
Budget Allocations (£10200)
 
  • £ 500   -  Allocated for CPD
  • £3893  -  Allocated for the improvement of the playground environment and provide resources for break time activities
  • £3621  -  Allocated to provide quality PE equipment/resources
  • £2000  -  Allocated for buying in of Specialist Coaching
  • £ 117  -  Subscription to national sporting bodies and for accreditation
(British Gymnastics, Athletics – Sportshall/QuadKids) and online resources (Cyber Smart Dance Coach)
  • £  69  -  Safety checks for equipment and resources

 

Actual Spend (2015 -2016)

 

  • £100 - Cyber Coach Smart Subscription
  • £80 - CPD (Archery Training 2x Staff).
  • £3765 - Improvement to playground environment. Extension to trim trail completed February 2016.
  • £1308 - Renewal of Sports and Archery equipment.
  • £2109.50 - Specialist coaching. Foundation of Light sports coach to work alongside staff 1x week (each teacher recieves a half term of coaching as part of PE CPD)
    Circurama (circus skills workshop) and HoopStarz (hula hooping workshop). Skipping School (skipping workshop day). Trampolining.
  • £72 - SportSafe equipment checks. 
     

Total Spend (2015-2016) - £7435.32
2016 - 2017 B/F - £2764.68

 

Impact of Funding for 2015-2016

 

  • CPD - the funding enabled North View Academy to buy into the Biddick Academy PE Sustainability Programme. This provided invaluable training, support and networking opportunities for the subject leader and teaching staff. Teachers' subject knowledge and confidence in delivering PE was enhanced and this will have an ongoing, positive impact on the quality of teaching and learning across our school. As part of this partnership our school has been able to take part in various sporting festivals with local mainstream primary schools. These festivals have broadened pur pupil' participation in competitive and collaborative sports/games. Below is the list of Festivals we have participated in this year to date:
    • 22.9.2015 - Sportshall Athletics Competion (Y5/6)
    • 13.10.2015 - Quick Sticks Hockey Festival (Y4)
    • 19.11.2015 - Young Leaders (Y5)
    • 24.2.2016 - Sportsability Festival - Boccia, tennis, cricket, football, archery (Y3-6)
    • 8.3.2016 - Infant Agility Challenge (Y3)
    • 17.3.2016 - Mini Tennis (Y4)
  • The funding has also allowed continuing staff CPD in the form of a coach from Sunderland AFC Foundation of Light. This specialist coach is timetabled to work alongside each teacher for a half term (1 lesson per week). Staff were asked to identify a strand of PE they would like to develop and the coach has delivered these sessions allowing staff to work alongside him. Teachers' subject knowledge and confidence in delivering PE has been enhanced and this will have an ongoing positive impact on the quality of teaching and learning across our school.
  • Developmentof playground area with an extension to our trim trail, specifically designed to develop balance and co-ordination. These resources encourage all of our pupils to be more active and nurture an enjoyment of physical activity. Pipils enjoy the range of strength, agility and balancing skills this equipment offers.
  • Improved provision of equipment to increase the variety of multi-skill activities in lessons. All pupils now have access to a wider range of good quality PE equipment to help devlop their skills and enhance their learning experience across the PE curriculum. Some of the equipment is also used to enhance sporting experiences in After School Club allowing all pupils to take part in archery, an activity not provided through our PE curriculum.
  • Following on from the success of Health and Fitness week last year we have continued to engage the pupils in additional activities to those offere through the PE curriculum. For the academic year 2015-2016 a workshop day has been organised each term to widen all pupils' experiences of sporting/fitness activities. Circus skills offered a range of activities which engaged the pupils and helped develop their fine and gross motor skills, balance and coordination. The hula-hoop workshop was very successful last year and again this year with the pupils developing their skills. Many pupils have enjoyed devloping their hula-hooping skills following these workshops during break times. A skipping School workshop day is organised for July and again all pupils will be encouraged to continue developing what they learn during this day.

 

Sustainability

 

  • Through the CPD programme we have used staff have become more confident in delivering PE and this can only have a positive impact moving forward.
  • We have developed some good links with other schools and are now part of the Schools Games programme. This will enable us to continue to take part and compete in sporting festivals, competitions and various other activities allowing our pupils to participate in a wide range of sports at both an interschool and intraschool level.
  • Having improved the quality of our PE resources this will continue to enable staff to deliver engaging and well-resourced lessons in PE well into the future.
  • The development of equipment around the playground will encourage and enable all pupils to be active in unstructured times for many years to come.
  • Through these programmes and teaching our pupils are developing an understanding for the need to lead active lifestyles and are keen and eager to participate in all experiences offered and enthusiastic to try new ones.
     

Funding and Impact for Academic Year 2014 -2015

 

In the academic year 2014-2015 North View Academy received £8325 in PE and Sport Premium Funding. This money was spent in the following ways:
 

  • Coaching                     £ 500
  • Sportsafe                     £  39
  • Subscriptions               £ 117
  • CPD                            £1000
  • Playground                  £2987
  • Equipment                   £1837
     

There was an underspend of £1845 which was carried forward to the 2015-2016 budget.


The impact of the funding is as follows:
 

  • CPD – the funding has enabled North View Academy to buy into the Biddick Academy PE Sustainability Programme. This has provided invaluable training, support and networking opportunities for the subject leader and teaching staff. Teachers subject knowledge and confidence in delivering PE has been enhanced and this will have an ongoing, positive impact on the quality of teaching and learning across our school. As part of this partnership our school has been able to take part in various sporting festivals with local mainstream primary schools. 
  • Development of playground area, including markings, new goals for the football pitch and a trim trail specifically designed to develop balance and co-ordination. These resources encourage our pupils to be more active and nurture an enjoyment of physical activity.
  • Improved provision of equipment to increase the variety of multiskill activities in lessons. Pupils now have access to a wider range of good quality PE equipment to help develop their skills and enhance their learning experience across the PE curriculum.
  • The introduction of a Health and Fitness week in school. The funding allowed us to access specialist coaches and provided resources throughout this week. Various activities were organised to promote healthy lifestyles and encourage more physical activity. These activities included outside coaches delivering hula hoop workshops, golf, rounders and fundamentals (team-building and multi-skills activities) sessions alongside healthy eating/lifestyle workshops and trips to the local country park for outdoor activities. Healthy Eating cookery sessions which enabled pupils to gain Chef Awards were also organised for every class. The week culminated with school sports day with all pupils taking part in class competitions.

 

2014-2015 Funding
For the academic year 2014-2015 North View Academy will receive £8350 in PE and Sport Premium funding. This funding will be used in the following ways:

 

  • Professional development for staff in PE and sport through the Biddick Academy PE Sustainability programme.
  • Provide specialist coaching and resources for a themed week focusing on sport, health and fitness in the summer term.
  • Develop PE and playground resources to enhance the teaching, learning, assessment and sustainability of sport in our school and encourage our pupils to participate in a wide range of sports/games and become more active.
  • Subscribe to various organisations and resources to enhance the PE curriculum and provide pupils with the opportunity to achieve nationally recognised accreditation in gymnastics and athletics.
 
Budget Allocations

 
  • £1000  -  Biddick Academy PE sustainability programme.
  • £2000  -  Allocated for the improvement of the playground environment and provide resources for break time activities.
  • £3000  -  Allocated to provide quality PE equipment/resources
  • £2000  -  Allocated for buying in of Specialist Coaching
  • £ 350  -  Subscription to national sporting bodies and for accreditation

(British Gymnastics, Athletics – Sportshall/QuadKids) and online resources (Cyber Smart Dance Coach).