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PE and sport premium

What is the Sports Premium?

The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. The aim of this is to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision in schools. This funding can only be spent on PE and sport provision in schools. Ofsted will play a significant role in ensuring that schools target this funding in areas that will lead to clear outcomes in raising standards and opportunities for all pupils
throughout the Primary phase. At Whitehouse, this has been calculated as £8540 for £2013/14. We have used this funding to continue and develop the high quality
provision in PE and Sport that we have strived to deliver for many years.

Our offer includes:
  • High quality PE as part of the curriculum - Secondary PE specialist
  • support
  • Competitive sporting opportunities for all - access through SLA
  • A range of curricular and enrichment activities designed to meet
  • the needs of all pupils.
All children have at least 2 hours of PE and sport each week. There are many after school competitions and clubs (including the YMCA after school club which offers skateboarding, dodgeball or the NUFC Family Football Club).



PE and Sports Premium Strategy and Evaluation 2016-18

Summary information

School

Whitehouse Primary School

Background:  The Government is continuing to provide funding to improve the quality of PE and sports provision for all children.  The funding can only be used on sport and PE provision and should be targeted in areas that lead to clear outcomes, raising standards and opportunities in PE and school sport for all children throughout the Primary Phase.

We have the freedom to spend the grant on activities that will benefit all pupils in the school, encouraging the development of healthy active lifestyles and increasing participation in sport..

Academic Year

2017-18

Total PE Sports Premium Grant
C/F from 2016-17

£17,410
£  8,840

Date of most recent PSPG  Review

Oct 17

NCMP

2015-17

% of Children with excess weight

Reception

25%

 

Year 6

31%

 

 

Planned expenditure

Academic year

2017 – 2018/19

Activity

Cost

Rationale

Benefits for the school

No. of Children

Impact / evidence of success

Improve range of outdoor play equipment and resources

£4,500

Many of our children have no access to outdoor space other than at school.  There is no playground or sports facilities locally and the cost of entry to many facilities that are available more widely are prohibitive for some of our families.

A stimulating playground with appropriate equipment will encourage children to play outdoors and develop a more active lifestyle.

It will help to improve pupil confidence, team-working and concentration in the classroom.

168

Feedback via school council members.

Long-term reduction in children with excess weight.

To continue to fund a school mini-bus.

£1,570

A school bus enables pupils to access a wide range of sporting events and tournaments in the area at no cost.

Greater access to a wide range of sporting events and tournaments. 

 

202

More tournaments entered over the course of the academic year.

To create an outdoor classroom facility

£6,500

Linked to promoting a healthier lifestyle. We would like to use an outdoor classroom to look at the food chain and healthy lifestyle options.

Research has shown that children’s learning improves via being outdoors and engaging more with the natural world.

202

Greater understanding of the food-chain and the need to make healthy choices.

Continue to use PE out-reach via John Spence Community High School

£3,500

Using JSCHS expertise enables our children to engage in a wide range of “taster” sports events and competitions between primary schools in the area.

Taking part in team sports helps to build pupil confidence and develop softer skills such as team work and communication.

To improve participation in intra / inter school sports for all pupils.

Greater perception of self-worth for pupil, building confidence and team work.

168

Greater presence at intra school sports events.

Feedback from pupils via school council members.

 Engage external coaches to develop high quality PE provision in school

£2,500

Sharing of coaching skills to improve the staff knowledge to deliver PE in school.

Improving teacher confidence in the delivery of PE lessons will improve the overall teaching of PE within the school.

202

Feedback from teachers.

 Employ an additional TA to support the delivery of PE and after-school clubs.

£5,000

Employing a specialist TA on a pro-rata basis will help to deliver extra-curricular activities and support the delivery of PE classes alongside class teachers.

Delivering extra sports clubs will improve children’s participation in sport and support the development on a healthy and active lifestyle.

168

Decreased in NCMP children with excess weight.

Feedback from pupils

Total commitments

£23,070

 

 

 

 

Future Commitments

  1.  Purchase of additional PE equipment for new sports.
  2. Promotion of a healthy lifestyle via Healthy Schools Week.
  3. Develop a range of additional activities to encourage the most inactive children i.e. those identified with excess weight to take part in sport.
  4. Take part in inter and intra sports competitions, as part of our LA SLA.
  5. Redeveloping outdoor learning areas and sports pitches, following rebuild process.
Review of expenditure

Previous Academic Year

2016-17

Activity

Cost

No. of Participants

Impact / evidence of success

School mini-bus

£1,400

Whole School

The bus has been used to take children on a number of outdoor learning experiences including:

Visits to Powburn and Robinwood activity centres.
House visits to JSCHS trampolining hall.
Football competitions.
Netball competitions.
Athletics competition.

 Use of JSCHS PE outreach programme

£3,500

146

Children have taken part in a number of inter-school competitions including:

Football
Netball
Athletics

Staff have improved their skills through CPD opportunities

 Use of external coaches

£3,500

108

External coached have delivered: 

Yoga Bugs
Dodgeball
Dance Club
Skipping School

We have also used the NUFC Foundation to deliver additional sessions for coaching, Newcastle Falcons to deliver tag-rugby and Cramlington Rockets to deliver tag-rugby.

Total Costs

£8,400

 

 

All of our Year 6 pupils can swim 25 metres using a range of strokes and know how to perform self-rescue in water.




PE expenditure 2015 – 2016

In 2015-16 Whitehouse Primary School’s grant was £9560.05 including £974.05 c/f from 2014-15. We have used this funding to continue to deliver the high quality PE and sports provision available across the school including:

1 Specialist sports coaches including dance school and skipping school £4,715
2 NUFC football coaching and after-school club £700
3 Maintenance and insurance of mini-bus               £2,008
  c/f 2016-17 £2,057

All children continue to have at least two hours of PE and sport in school each week.  There are also  many after school clubs and competitions .




PE expenditure 2014 – 2015

The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. The aim of this is to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision in schools. This funding can only be spent on PE and sport provision in schools. Ofsted will play a significant role in ensuring that schools target this funding in areas that will lead to clear outcomes in raising standards and opportunities for all pupils throughout the Primary phase. 
 
We have used this funding to continue and develop the high quality provision in PE and Sport that we have strived to deliver for many years. 
Our offer includes: 
  • High quality PE as part of the curriculum - Secondary PE specialist support 
  • Competitive sporting opportunities for all - access through SLA 
  • A range of curricular and enrichment activities designed to meet the needs of all pupils. 
  • The purchase of a minibus to enable our pupils to attend sporting matches and take part in competitions and sporting events.
  • New gymnastics and PE equipment to be used in our new EFA school rebuild, including vaults, elephant tables, trestles, beams and benches.
All children have at least 2 hours of PE and sport each week. There are many after school competitions and clubs (including the YMCA after school club which offers skateboarding, dodgeball  or the NUFC Family Football Club). 

Initial Budget   £8565

Plus £3380 c/f from 13/14

£11,945
Secondary School
Specialist Support
  £3500
NUFC Schools coaching Programme   £500
Transport – bus purchase and maintenance 1 x bus £2000 £2176
PE SLA   £580
Eagles Community Foundation Hoops for Health Basketball   £350
Equipment for new school build    £3864.95
Y1 football Access coaching Free
Y5 handball Access coaching Free
Football Tynemet leaders Free
Total amount spent   £ 1097.95
Amount remaining   £974.05 to c/f to 15/16 minibus insurance

 

Promotion of healthy lifestyles through exercise and healthy eating Increase in the number of children engaging in inter school sporting activities. This has traditionally been a difficult area as transport costs were a challenge. Increased numbers of children attending a sports club – either in school or outside school.
R Woods
Headteacher
Jan 2015



PE expenditure 2013 – 2014

Initial Budget   £8540
Secondary School
Specialist Support
  £3000
Chance 2 Shine 10 x £75 £750
Supply cover 4 x ½ day (£70 ) £280
Transport 1 x bus (£150 ) £150
PE SLA   £480
PE SLA CPD   £500
Equipment    
Y1 football Access coaching Free
Y5 handball Access coaching Free
Football Tynemet leaders Free
Total amount spent   £5160
Amount remaining   £3380

The funding was sent in two separate amounts - £5,209 in Nov 2013 and £3,331 in April 2014. The amount we have not yet spent is allocated for
new equipment for PE and Sports and extra transport for competitions. By buying new equipment, we will be able to cover a balanced and broad
range of activities. The impact of this will be measured through: Pupil perception questionnaires measuring the interest of children in different areas of the PE curriculum. Direct feedback from the specialist teachers on the quality of support offered by the specialist. Feedback to the the Headteacher on the level of engagement of
teachers in specialist training. Increase in the number of children engaging in inter school sporting activities. Increased numbers of children attending a sports club – either in school or outside school.

R Woods
Headteacher
May 2014