Sports Funding

Sports Funding

Under the Primary PE & Sport funding initiative, in 2018/19 we will receive just over £16000 to improve PE and sport in our school. The impact of the funding must be considered in terms of:

  • delivery of high quality PE lessons
  • participation and success in competitive school sport
  • a broader range of activities on offer
  • personal health and well-being of pupils
  • promoting pupil activity through involvement in organised games at breaks and lunchtime.
  • improved attitudes and behaviour towards learning

 

We propose to spend this money in the following ways:

  • Supporting the PE subject leader to achieve the Sainsbury’s Active Schools Kite mark by focusing upon the establishment of inter and intra school competitions. Also to run lunchtime and after school sports/activity clubs.
  • Employing  local coaches / mentors to provide multi sport activities both during the school day and in after-school clubs.
  • Specialist coaching for tennis, gymnastics, dance, football and rugby across the school.
  • To support the development of inter-school competitions at all levels within the school.
  • To supplement transport costs to allow pupils to participate in a range of sporting competitions around the local area and county.
  • Examine the potential of employing a qualified sports coach on staff to develop physical activity and emotional well-being of children.
  • Link with Northumbria University to develop sport leadership and mentoring across the school and the wider partnership.

We will regularly monitor the impact of our spending and may adjust the activities we provide accordingly. The impact of these activities will be continually monitored.

To view our Sports Funding Plans and Reviews of previous initiatives, please click the link below:

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