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PE and Sport Premium

What is Sports Premium?

 

Sports Premium is funding which schools receive to create a legacy from the Olympic Games and create a sustainable increase in the quality sporting opportunities in schools.

Allocations for the academic year 2013/14 are calculated using the number of pupils in Years 1 to 6 and those age 5 in Reception, as recorded at the January 2013 Census as follows:

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8,000 plus £5 per eligible pupil

 

2019-20 use of Sports Premium

Amount of funding:

Activity

Description

Cost of activity

Impact overview

Number of children involved

Coaching/after school clubs

Gymnastics (sessions and after school club)

£1850

See progression of skills in gymnastics document.

All children from years 1, 2 and 6 received at least 6 weeks of gymnastics coaching.

Years 3, 4 and 5 did not receive their slot due to Covid-19.

Gymnastics sessions:

KS1: 118

KS2: 30

 

Gymnastics after school club:

KS2: 28 pupils

Start2Finish PE sessions

£3930

-Whole school impact

-Years 1, 2 and 4 received at least 6 weeks of athletics coaching. Years 3, 5 and 6 did not due to Covid-19

-Years 2, 3 and 4 received at least 6 weeks of dance development. Years 1, 5 and 6 did not due to Covid-19.

-CPD for staff development

 

Athletics:

KS1: 118

KS2: 66

 

Dance:

KS1: 53

KS2: 125

SAFC Foundation of Light PE sessions and after school club

£1850

-Years 1, 3 and 4 received at least a 6 week football programme. Years 2, 5 and 6 did not due to Covid-19.

-After school club.

PE sessions:

KS1: 65

KS2: 125

 

After school club:

KS2: 33

Start2Finish Autumn half term clubs

Dodgeball & Basketball

£780

-Development of skills for children across both key stages.

-Providing provision for children with an interest.

KS1: 20

 

KS2: 20

Start2Finish Sping half term clubs

Athletics & Hockey

£720

-Development of skills for children across both key stages.

-Providing provision for children with an interest.

KS1: 14

KS2: 12

Dance club

£0

-Developing interest and skills and developing children’s awareness of different sport.

-Children were working towards a performance at the Customs House Dance Festival 2020 alongside other schools in the borough however this didn’t happen due to Covid-19.

KS1: 10

 

KS2: 23

Cross Country Club

£0

-Developing interest and skill and developing children’s awareness of different sport, alongside realising potential health benefits.

KS2: 14

Netball Club

£0

-Developing interest and skill and developing awareness of different sport.

KS2: 15

Early years gymnastics

Gymnastics centre hire

£360

-Weekly sessions at a gymnastics setting to develop early skills.

Early years: 65

South Tyneside School Sport Network Membership

Year 3 children attended a hockey festival

£2700

Competing against other schools in South Tyneside.

59 children

Boccia tournament – SEND children participated in boccia and came 1st place.

Competing against other schools in South Tyneside. Victory would have led to competing against schools within the North East – didn’t happen due to Covid-19.

9 children

Children from Y3, 4, 5 and 6 competed in South Tyneside Cross Country Championships.

Competing against other schools in South Tyneside.

25 children

Year 5 and 6 children attended a netball tournament.

Competing against other schools in South Tyneside.

86 children

Children who were in school in July competed in the #BacktoSchoolGames

Competing against other schools in South Tyneside. Ridgeway had the highest participation rates in the whole of ST.

425 scores submitted over the course of the week.

Monday – 77 children

Tuesday – 86 children

Wednesday – 89 children

Thursday – 82 children

Friday – 91 children

PE equipment

PE equipment, such as rounders kit and basketball nets.

£1636.10

Children have the opportunity to practice a range of different skills using specialist equipment that will help them to develop and engage more.

Whole school

 

 

Total cost:

£13,826.10

 

 

 

 

 

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