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West Denton Primary School

‘A Stepping Stone into the Future’

PE and Sport Premium (NB Swimming Data at bottom of page)

Following the 2012 London Olympics, it was decided to provide extra funding for Primary Schools. PE provision is assisted at West Denton Primary  School (WDPS) by PE  premium  funding.

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum  from 2013 to 2020 to improve the provision  of Physical Education (PE) and sport  in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only  be spent on the provision  of PE and sport in schools.

Schools must spend the additional  funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they  will have the freedom to  choose how they do this.

 

2020-2021

£7,721.00 (Summer term only received so far)

(16-07-20 Anticipated circa £18.5k for 2020-2021)

The grant will be spent as follows:

  • Provide resources and training courses in PE and sports for teachers
  • Provide opportunities for children to join other  schools  in OWLT and other sports competitions and healthy lifestyle events
  • PE Action Planning and Support (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • PE Bronze package (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • Newcastle Foundation/Healthy Living Project
  • Hire qualified sports coaches to upgrade Teachers'  skills
  • Support and involve children by running after-school sports  clubs
  • Provide resources for children's enjoyment and development of PE and sport in school

 

2019-2020
£18,550.00

The grant will be spent as follows:

  • Provide resources and training courses in PE and sports for teachers
  • Provide opportunities for children to join other  schools  in OWLT and other sports competitions and healthy lifestyle events
  • PE Action Planning and Support (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • PE Bronze package (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • Newcastle Foundation/Healthy Living Project
  • Contribution to Key Stage 2 playground exercise equipment
  • Hire qualified sports coaches to upgrade Teachers'  skills
  • Support and involve children by running after-school sports  clubs
  • Provide resources for children's enjoyment and development of PE and sport in school

 

2018-2019
£18,410.00

The grant will be spent as follows:

  • Provide resources and training courses in PE and sports  for  teachers
  • Provide opportunities for children to join other  schools  in sports competitions and healthy lifestyle events
  • PE Action Planning and Support (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • PE Bronze package (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • Cycling lessons
  • Contribution to purchase of 1 minibus
  • Hire qualified sports coaches to upgrade Teachers'  skills
  • Support and involve children by running after-school sports  clubs
  • Provide resources for children's enjoyment and development of PE and sport in school
  • Contribution to purchase of second school minibus
  • ‘Primary Stars’ -  Whole school fitness and healthy lifestyle project delivered by Newcastle United Foundation

 

2017-2018
£9,120.00
The money  will be spent as follows:

  • Provide resources and training courses in PE and sports  for  teachers
  • Provide opportunities for children to join other  schools  in sports competitions and healthy lifestyle events
  • PE Action Planning and Support (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • PE Bronze package (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • Cycling lessons
  • Contribution to purchase of 1 minibus
  • Hire qualified sports coaches to upgrade Teachers'  skills
  • Support and involve children by running after-school sports  clubs
  • Provide resources for children's enjoyment and development of PE and sport in school
     

2016-2017
£9,119.00

The money  will be spent as follows:

  • Hire qualified sports coaches to upgrade Teachers'  skills
  • Support and involve children by running after-school sports  clubs
  • Provide resources for children's enjoyment and development of PE and sport in school
  • Provide resources and training courses in PE and sports  for  teachers
  • Provide opportunities for children to join other  schools  in sports competitions and healthy lifestyle events
  • PE Action Planning and Support (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • PE Bronze package (Newcastle Sports Partnership)
  • Cycling lessons
  • Contribution to purchase of 1 minibus

 

2015-2016
£8,847.00
This additional funding is been used as follows:

  • Contribution towards an  all-weather running and mountain bike trail
  • Buying additional materials for PE and sport
  • Providing transport for children to compete in Outer West Learning Trust competitions
  • Broadening the range of PE activities e.g. Hip Hop
  • Investing in WDPS Life Skills Challenge including WDPS Cycle

 

2014-2015
£9,080.00
This additional funding is been used as follows:

  • All staff to receive individual coaching to further develop their teaching skills for gymnastics
  • Buying additional materials for PE and sport
  • Providing transport for children to compete in Outer West Learning Trust competitions
  • Broadening the range of PE activities e.g. Street Dance
  • Investing in WDPS Life Skills Challenge including WDPS Cycle

 

How the funding has made a difference to PE and sport participation

Evaluation of the impact of the sport premium funding will be carried out as  part of our self-evaluation arrangements in July 2020.
The self-evaluation will look at how we have used the sports premium funding to  improve the quality  and breadth  of PE and sporting provision, including increased participation  in PE.
It will evaluate  the progress made in PE but also  other areas of development such as self-esteem and confidence.
We will be able  to  compare the number of children involved in sporting activities in and outside of school.
The staff  are working  alongside external  agencies to improve  their own professional  development in improving the teaching of PE and sport.
In July 2020 we will have data to  support the impact of the sports premium  funding on pupil progress and involvement in sport.

NB: 2019-2020 Data: No end of year swimming data due to COVID-19. 
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