Sports Funding Statement 2014-2015

During 2013/2014 Burnside Primary School received £9185 from the PE Sustainability Funding.

 

2013/2014

Funding was spent on the following;

 

  • Purchase of new gymnastics equipment
  • CPD in Gymnastics for teacher
  • Consortium package with Sunderland sports

Impact

  • Pupils competed in local competition
  • Teacher equipped with the skills to teach after school gymnastics club
  • New equipment allows gymnastics skills to be effectively taught in PE lessons and during after school club.
  • Wider participation in local and regional competitions – football, netball, gymnastics, athletics, tennis.
  • Qualified coach taught a series of after school football sessions.
  • Qualified coach provided high quality sporting opportunities during lunchtime
  • An increase to the number of sporting after school clubs

o   Football KS1 and KS2

o   Dance Y1-Y6

o   Gymnastics Y1-Y6

o   Netball KS2

o   Skipping KS2

o   Tennis KS2

  • School received the Sainsbury games bronze award.

 

  • 87% of pupils were involved in after school activities (83% of FSM pupils accessed clubs)

 

These participation rates are closely monitored by the Headteacher, School Business Manager and PE leader for possibilities to develop further opportunities and participation to allow Burnside children to continue to be active and to develop their coordination, movement and performance in a variety of activities.

 

During 2014/15 Burnside Primary School received £9185 from the PE Sustainability Funding.

 

2014/2015 funding was spent on the following:

 

  • Professional Development of Staff for the delivery of Physical Education.
  • Consortium package with Sunderland Secondary school (PE specialist)
  • Buying in of high-quality coaching for teacher development and lunchtime activities.
  • Skipping workshop to develop teacher and pupil skills.
  • Coaches to deliver High Five and Energy clubs.
  • Transportation to and from sporting events.
  • Purchase of PE kits to ensure all pupils participate in lessons

 

Impact

  • Staff more confident to teach aspects of physical education.
  • Once a member of staff was trained the training was then disseminated to all staff impacting across school.
  • Qualified coach provided high quality sporting opportunities during lunchtime.
  • Play leaders trained to support lunchtime and playtimes.
  • Qualified coach provided high quality sporting opportunities during lunchtime
  • The number of after school activities was maintained.
  • Pupils were able to compete in local competitions.
  • School achieved the Sainsbury games silver award.
  • PE kits were loaned out on 258 occasions during 2014/2015 ensuring that all pupils participated in PE.

 

The Department of Education is providing additional funding to all schools to help them improve their provision of PE and Sport for the benefit of primary aged pupils so that they develop healthy lifestyles. During 2015/16 Burnside Primary School received £8630 from the PE Sustainability Funding.

 

2015/2016 funding was spent on the following:

 

  • Buying in of high-quality coaching for teacher development and lunchtime activities.
  • Transportation to and from sporting events.
  • League fees
  • Purchase of sporting equipment
  • North East Sport CIC
  • Skipping school
  • TA/Lunchtime staff training promoting positive play and behaviour
  • Subsidised after school sports participation
  • Purchase of PE kits

 

Impact

  • Staff more confident to teach aspects of physical education.
  • Qualified coach provided high quality sporting opportunities during lunchtime.
  • Lunchtime staff trained to support lunchtime and playtimes.
  • The number of after school activities was maintained.
  • Pupils were able to compete in local competitions.
  • School achieved the Sainsbury games silver award.
  • PE kits ensured that all pupils participated in PE lessons.

 

After school activities

  • Karate
  • Netball
  • Football
  • Gymnastics

 

Lunch time activities

 

Sporting activities have been planned into our lunchtime structure.

  • Football
  • Tennis
  • Dodgeball
  • Netball
  • Skipping
  • There is also a wide range of small equipment available for pupils