Every primary school receives additional funding to improve sport in school.
2015-2016 Funding - we expect to receive approximately 9,000 for the year
- -3,000 for specialist PE teaching from secondary school PE staff for Year 5/6 to improve the skills of all pupils and upskill our teachers
- -4,000 for qualified coaches to teach skills required for sport to all children in school through lessons and extra curricular activities
- -2,000 to allow talented children to excel in their chosen sport - entry to competitions, specialist coaching where necessary
2014-2015 Funding - we received approximately 9,000 for the year.
- We intend to spend this in the same way as 2013-2014 as these interventions were judged to be very successful
Impact of provision
- 60 children accessed specialist teaching in a variety of sports each week
- 2 teachers were upskilled in the delivery of high quality sports lessons
- 52 Key Stage 2 children in total took part in inter-school athletics tournaments
- 24 children played in competitive football matches with other schools
- 90 children from Year 1 - Year 6 participated in after school sport - football, cricket, basketball, gymnastics, dance
- 5 children reached the Tees Valley finals in athletics
2013-2014 Funding - we recieved approximately 9,000 for the year
- - 3,000 for specialist PE teaching via North Shore Academy - a PE teacher attends our school for one afternoon every week to teach PE to children in Year 5 and Year 6. This is supported by Year 5/6 class teachers which is upskilling our staff in delivering PE at a higher level and preparing children for secondary school PE lessons.
- - 1000 to enter sporting competitions - this includes entry into Stockton and Tees Valley competitions, transport to reach competitions and any related fees.
- - 3,000 for specialist sports' coaching - we employ a sports' coach from Middlesbrough Football Foundation (the community arm of Middlesbrough Football Club) to teach Year 1 and Year 2 pupils every week and deliver football coaching after school to children in Year 3 and Year 4.
- - 2,000 for after school sports' coaching - we employ an organisation called Sporting Chance to provide coaches for after school clubs. So far this year that has included football for Year 5/6, multisport for Year 1/2 and gymnastics for Year 3/4
The impact so far has been to increase participation in quality sporting activities.
We have also been successful in the following sports:
- Reached the Tees Valley finals in Basketball and awarded to trophy for Fair Play across the whole of Tees Valley region.
- Reached the Stockton Finals in netball
- Reached the Stockton Finals in Sports' Hall Athletics
- Took part in tournaments in hockey and football and local dance festivals