Quality PE provision is provided by up skilling teachers through continuous professional development and obtaining the necessary resources for delivery.
We have various out of school clubs which we vary so that children have the opportunity to experience a number of new sports. Following on from this the children participate in competitions within the Trust and across the city.
Total number of children 5 – 11 years as of September 16 – 220
Total amount of funding 2016 – 2017 - £8830.00
Gold Package SLA = £2750.00
Match Fit = £350.00
Benfield School = £300.00
Minibus – Diesel and repairs = £1000.00
Driver = £1600.00
Hockey sticks = £400.00
PE Equipment = £166.15
FA Coaching Level 1 = £160.00
Quick Stick Training 3 staff = £45.00
Total Spend = £6771.15
Raising Standards of all our Children in P.E.
|Staff development alongside external coaches and purchase of P.E. equipment.||Staff deliver high quality P.E. lessons|
Improve assessment of P.E.
Teachers working alongside external coaches.
A baseline assessment used to develop schools own levels for P.E.
Development of personal and social skills.
|Target children to improve skills through boosters and intervention programmes, breakfast club & fusion||Most and least able children make progress in P.E. skills.|
|Participate in Newcastle Schools Dance Festival||Provides a high quality opportunity to link P.E. with performance|
Healthy Active Lifestyles – Ensuring children are fit for life
|To provide opportunities for high quality non-competitive sports festivals||Participating in sports festivals linked to the P.E. curriculum.|
|Increase and maintain a range of after school clubs.||
Staff member trained in FA coaching, level 1 and FA First Aid.
3 members of staff participation in hockey training for KS2.
Hockey sticks purchased to deliver lessons and after school club.
School staff and external coaches deliver a range of activities
Competitive School Sports – Increasing children’s participation in extracurricular sport
|Work with Newcastle P.E. and Schools Sports Service and West End Schools Trust to provide competitive pathways for more able children.||
Participation in West End Schools Trust tournaments.
Working towards School Games Mark.
|To participate in Schools 500 Games.||Providing additional high quality competitive opportunities for children to attend.|
Impact of PE 2015 – 2016
- Increased participation
- Development of after school clubs
- Opportunity to try and experience various sports
- Opportunity to compete with other school within the Trust
We have achieved the Healthy School and Healthy School Plus awards annually