PE and Sports Premium
PE & Sports Premium Action Plan 2017-18
|1.||Children access high quality facilities suitable for a range of different sports and outdoor pursuits.||Use buses to transport children to different facilities and venues including local secondary school, local primary sports competitions & Gateshead International Stadium.
School to organise residential visits for UKS2 based around outdoor pursuits and subsidise the transport costs to enable all children to access them.
|£2,000||More children accessing a wider range of different sports facilities for school sport and PE.
Children will access new sports challenges through residential visits at outdoor pursuit centres.
|2.||Every child has access to 2 hours per day of sustained vigorous activity.||Clubs run by staff are supplemented by clubs run by outside providers (children may be charged per session but subsidised by school).||£500||More children involved in after school clubs which have elements of physical activity and sport.|
|Yard & school field is marked for children to play small sided games and take part in activities both independently and in teacher led play.||£500||Children enjoying a greater range of sports and games, independently, in yard and/or on the field.|
|New resources for games, sports and play activities will be ordered for the playground, including new storage boxes to allow Sports Leaders to manage them.||£500||Children will be more settled during class time following improved physical activity opportunities.|
|3.||Staff are confident in delivery of sports and games which are new/unfamiliar to children||CPD – Staff to work alongside coaches hired through the Gateshead Schools’ Sports Partnership, who will support their CPD in invasion games, tactics, attacking and defending and multiskills, as well as in specific sports (eg fencing, gymnastics, dance).||£2,000||Staff will have more knowledge and skills to be able to deliver high quality PE lessons and after school clubs. Measured via focus groups with children and observations of staff.|
|4.||Children are choosing to make healthy choices on their journey to school and in their free time.||Stabilisers free sessions for reception/nursery aged children.
Bike safety and bike ability sessions for older children
|£500||More children travelling to school via bike/scooter and walking. Children making healthy choices to use walking as a form of travel (measured via ‘hands up’ survey)|
|5.||PE and school sport is safe in practice.||Purchase of AfPE Safe Practice Guidance for School. (2017 ed)||£60||Staff feel confident and supported in the area of health and safety in PE|
|6.||Children have access to high quality PE and sport equipment||Ongoing purchase and replenishment of PE equipment, including new goal posts.||£1,350||Children are not waiting to use equipment (unnecessarily) or without it being planned. Children are able to make choices between equipment. Measured via feedback from school council.|
|7.||Children have access to a wide variety of competitions/tournaments/ festivals in a wide variety of different sports at different venues.||Premium subscription to Gateshead SSP for a wide variety of services and events.||See Point 3||Amount of children taking part in out of school activities|
|8.||Children have access to inter-school competition and the opportunity to engage in healthy pursuits with children from neighbouring local schools in the Heworth Secondary Cluster.||Subscription to Gateshead SSP for cluster support and competitions at Heworth Secondary School (including training young leaders).||£1,000||Amount of children taking part in out of school activities as part of Heworth Cluster.
Number of children trained as young sports leaders developing and delivering sport in our school.
|9.||Pupil premium children are accessing afterschool and out of school sports and physical activity provision||Consult with pupil premium children and families to identify any barriers to taking part. Find out what would encourage them to participate and use analysis of this to plan afterschool provision and sign posting to local clubs.||£250||Amount of pupil premium children attending afterschool clubs and out of school provision will rise.|
|10.||To train a member of staff in Forest Schools education and then begin to embed the use of Forest Schools into the FS curriculum.||Liaise with a Forest School provider into the costs of training a member of staff.
Liaise with the provider to establish the resources needed to begin weekly Forest School sessions in FS.
|TBC||FS children (and later all children) will have a broader experience of Early Years education.
Our approach of ‘learning through experiential play’ will be enhanced by teaching of the EYFS goals in an outdoor environment.