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Sports and Sports Premium funding

 

At Northdown, we pride ourselves in providing our pupils with a rich and varied Sports curriculum, led by our P.E. leader Miss Sparkes. Please view the tables and documents below to see the impact of our Pupil Premium funded sports program has had on standards in Sport and P.E at our school

 

 

     Area over 3 years

2013-2016

Approx Spend

 1. COACH/SUBJECT LEAD CPD inc.PE support team courses/in house training

£6,111.63

 2. STAFF CPD

£2,192

 3. PASSPORT & CLUB LINKS                  

£4,444.82

 4. MEDALS, ADMIN, SUBSCRIPTIONS

£2,082.13

 5. LEADERSHIP & INSPIRE                                 

£579

 6. HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC C4L before School

£1,055

 7. AFTER SCHOOL CLUB - Inc. G&T development

£9,716.78

 8. Other

£2,562.95

 TOTALS:

£28,705.31

 

 

 

2013-14

2015-16

Sports and extra curricular participation and offer

Number of sports clubs offered

29

36

Number of children who accessed club

148 (All extra curricular and non sports clubs included)

114 Sports clubs only recorded

AVERAGE CLUB ATTENDANCE PER TERM KS2

52% - Includes some year 2 spaces offered and therefore average of total pupils in year 2-6.

51% - Based on July 2016 figures for spaces offered to years 3-6 and therefore average  total of KS2 only.

Participation in Intra-School

12

17

Participation in Inter-School

12

16

B Team

6

8

C Team

2

2

Leadership percentage of pupils engaged in leading, managing and officiating your School Games activity?

21%

28%

Based on Yr 6 Leaders and SSOC crew members only. Although, all children still trained in Leadership.

What percentage of young people in your school are engaged in

extracurricular sporting activity every week?

87% - Number of children signed up for club plus pupil voice feedback for those that say they take part in lunchtime sports.

86% - based on actual sign up figures and pupil voice feedback

Sports club links

9

9

PE attainment example

Cricket Awards

2014

2016

Pass rate

Yr2

Yr 4

Yr5

Yr2

Yr4

Yr5

 

78%

84%

60%

54%

86%

61%

No. Finished at GOLD Level/Leaders

 

 

23

 

 

26

Fitness Levels

Previous challenges

Current results

TOTAL NO:

144

TOTAL NO:

186

No.Taking part

117

No.Taking part

154

% OF TOTAL COUNT

81

% OF TOTAL COUNT

83

No: improved

77

No: improved

128

% Improved OF PARTICIPANTS

66

% Improved OF PARTICIPANTS

83

Not completed

27

Not completed

32

%

19

%

17

Finished Gold ON AVERAGE

N/A

Finished Gold ON AVERAGE

40

% OF PARTICIPANTS

N/A

% OF PARTICIPANTS

26

Average underscored

N/A

Average underscored

3

% OF PARTICIPANTS

N/A

% OF PARTICIPANTS

2

 

 

 

 

 

PAST 2013 – 2015 Total amount spent:

 

Area

Approx Spend

2013-2016

2013-2014

2014 -2015

2015-2016

1. COACH/SUBJECT LEAD CPD           

£6,111.63

£1,851

£2,825.63

£2,385

£950 TO BE REFUNDED

2. STAFF CPD

£2,192

£985

£225

£982

3. PASSPORT & CLUB LINKS             

£4,444.82

£1,000

£1,469.82

£1,975

4. MEDALS, ADMIN, SUBSCRIPTIONS

£2,082.13

£638

£766.13

£678

5. LEADERSHIP & INSPIRE                            

£579

£300

£70

£209

6. HEALTH DEVELOPMENT INC C4L

£1,055

£300

£530

£225

7. AFTER SCHOOL CLUB - Inc. G&T development

£9,716.78

£4,000

£2,436.78

£3280

8. Other

£2,562.95

£400

£1,830.95

£332

TOTALS:

£28,705.31

£9,474

£10,115.31

£10,066-£950:

£9,116

PREDICTED Funding 2016 -17 Northdown

 

Level 2 qualification for Saul Thompson

£300

I moves dance SoW

£850

Yr 6 PPA double PE

£1,250

HLTA Level 5 training

£3,750

Real PE training whole school

£2,050

School Clubs

£4,000

Passport

£1,000

Medals/Awards

£600

Total

£13,800

Priorities summarised

2012-16

PE SUBJECT Lead developments

School club opportunity

Staff PE sessions

2016-2020

Pupil progress in PE

Maintain and improve previous foundations

Less active more active

Health and well being

New opportunities

2017-18

BalancEability

Bikeability

Winter Olympics – NEW sports week?

All-inclusive participation support

Supporting G&T pathways

Review report Term 1 2016-17

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