PE Grant

 Newport Community School Primary Academy remains very committed to the development of school sport, as reflected in the development and success of our children in local and county competitions.

Impact of Sports Premium Funding 2015-2016

Children from Newport had a very successful year in local and regional competitions. The Athletics team received a bronze medal in the regional final at the Life Centre, Plymouth, after winning the local and area finals. The netball team won the local area’s schools finals and came runners up in the County Final. The gymnastics squad was rewarded with the greatest number of medals and awards, to date, at the annual Tarka Gymnastics event.

The school received the Gold Mark from the School Games Mark for outstanding participation in PE and school sports.

Twelve year 6 Gifted and Able children took part in the Rising Stars programme over the course of the year and also attended an event at Bath University.

Increased numbers of children attended inter schools activities and extracurricular active clubs. All children from years 4-6 had the opportunity to attend at least one inter school festival or competition.

The number of school-based active clubs on offer increased again this year:

  • In 2014/2015 there were 15 school-based active clubs on offer over the course of the year and 356 children attended. (Many attending more than one)
  • In 2015/2016, 18 school-based active clubs were on offer and numbers attending rose to 481 (Again many attending more than one)

In 2015/2016

  • Year 6-89% of children attended at least one school-based active club and 75% attended at least one local active club.
  • Year 5-69% of children attended at least one school-based active club and 79% attended at least one local active club.
  • Year4-62% of children attended at least one school-based active club and 76% attended at least one local active club.
  • Year3-49% of children attended at least one school-based active club
  • Year2-43% of children attended at least one of the two (Gym and Ball skills) school-based active clubs on offer
  • Year1-52% of children attended at least one of the two(Gym and Ball skills) school-based active clubs
  • 20 Reception children attended an introduction to Gymnastics Club after school

30 Year 5 children received training as Junior Sports Leaders and all involved at lunch times to support active playtimes.

A new adventure playground was installed and playground resurfaced.

The school field was levelled and re-seeded to improve availability.

New activities and equipment purchased to further raise awareness of paralympic sports activities e.g. handball,  goalball, boccia, sitting volleyball etc.

All Staff received training in teaching Dance to all year groups. Two sets of Tennis INSET were provided by Tarka Tennis for teachers and teaching assistants. Equipment and resources now used across the school.

PROPOSED ACCOUNTING FOR PE RESOURCING FROM GOVERNMENT, 2016-2017

Newport Community School Primary Academy receives additional funding from central government to support the development of physical education, including competitive sport.

For the year 2016-2017 the school receives an allocation of £9,885. The school aims to:-

  • To identify up to 20 reluctant less active children and introduce them to alterative activities to help them become more active.
  • To plan and implement a new programme of outdoor inter school PE / Competition 2016/17 with other local schools
  • To raise the standards of physical education  in the school, as measured by school’s assessment systems
  • To further widen participation in competitive sport across the age range, especially with Year 3’s, which was identified in a meeting of local PE teachers as a year group requiring increased opportunities.
  • To provide new playground markings
  • To put together a programme of outdoor and adventurous activities to ensure all children in each year group from Y2 to Y6 experience at least one outdoor and adventurous activity each year.
  • To review and update PE resources especially for Dance, Gymnastics and Athletics
  • To provide training for new staff in gymnastics, OAA, and games where necessary

Expenditure for 2016-17 is broken down as follows:-

  • Agreement with Park Community School to support PE competitions, teacher and pupil involvement in PE through the Schools Sports Officer & events £1,800
  • Subscription to Babcock – PEDPASS to support PE Leaders subject knowledge  through termly meetings £270
  • To purchase new equipment for Athletics, Dance and Gymnastics £250
  • To provide teacher to lead & organise inter and intra-school competitions £3,780
  • To enter competitions, travel costs & provide staffing for events £1,485
  • To lead & manage a strategy for the development of physical education   –  School Management time   £2,300

Total      £9,885

 


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