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Physical Education funding is ultimately driven by a need to ‘provide outstanding physical education for all’ (Ofsted, ‘Beyond 2012’)

 

At Lingey House we have a desire to make PE accessible to all children and in doing so, engage more children in physical activity.  The main priority was to ensure the correct systems are in place to deliver a consistently high standard of Physical Education and channel the funding appropriately.

 

When considering where to use the funding, there were three main focuses:

  1. Physical Education provision within the allocated lessons;
  2. Extra-curricular opportunities and;
  3. Lunch-time provision.

 

By ensuring appropriate funds are spent in these three areas, we are able to ensure that all children are given access to the new resources.

Funding (2016 - 2017)

Allocation £9, 464

 

The initial funding will be £3,973 to run through to September 2016 (prior to the second wave of funding which will be £5,491).

 

So far...

 

Coaching - £2370

Transport - £400.

 

We have paid £1000 and £1400 of the schools SLA Premium Agreement. This leads to the total price of £2250 which subscribes the school to a three year membership.

 

Coaching for the year is expected to come to £2370. This includes coaching from Mr. Football, Jonathon our tennis coach, Bryan our golf coach and an external dance coach. This includes two hour sessions a week and the running of an after school club. (Golf after school club is run first in Autumn term and then starts again in April)

 

The remaining costs will cover transport for any school sporting events and resources for both the new school and to help improve the equipment used within PE lessons. We expect to spend the majority of this to help fund the completion of our new school grounds which are still as of not yet finished. Once this work has been done we plan to purchase new football goals and new netball and basketball hoops. We are also looking into the possibility of purchasing a goal frame for our new MUGA (Multi Use Game Area) for use during play time and after school clubs. Also following an audit of our school equipment purchases will be made to help improve the PE equipment available within our school. The costing will be continually monitored and updated with details of any spending.

 

Impact of Funding

 

The funding has had a positive impact on sport within the school. It has allowed children from Year 2 through to Year 6 to receive specialist coaching in a range of different sports. This has given the children more confidence within sports and has contributed to higher levels of participation in after school clubs. (Clubs to stop during winter months due to lack of room due to building work) This has also allowed staff to observe the coaching staff and therefore improve their practice when it comes to teaching these subjects in PE. The school have been able to carry on its aim of providing every year group, boy and girl, the opportunity to take part in an active after school club at least one night a week. The school has been providing a range of clubs including Multiskills, Football, Netball, Hula Hoop, Gym and Movement, Fitness/ Circuit training, Dance, Golf and School Sports Club (a club to be run by members of the school sports crew) We currently 110 children taking part in the above mentioned clubs. We currently offer more after school clubs than ever before and more of our staff are running these clubs - a result of CPD allocation and working alongside coaches in PE lessons.

 

Once again the funding allowed for us to host our annual school sports day at Gateshead Stadium. This helped to raise the moral and self-esteem of children who participated in the event. The event also allowed the school a chance to promote the profile of school sport and all the necessary qualities we as a school aim to promote through sport. This provided a platform for the rise in sports participation we have had as a school this academic year.

 

Click on the link below to see the PE Action Plan for this year.

 

PE Action Plan 2016-2017

Completion of last academic year PE Sports Premium

For the final period of funding (April 2015 - September 2015) Lingey House spent the remaining £3,902 on a range of facilities to support delivery of PE.

 

The membership for the Local Authority agreement (at a Premium level) - £1000. This provided two blocks of coaching (Fencing and Hockey), Continuous Professional Development (CPD) opportunities including the PE Conference, attended by PE co-ordinator and 'Delivering Gymnastics' as part of whole staff training.

 

Additional coaching - £1423. This includes Golf coaching both in school and after school, two sessions of Tennis coaching, Hockey coaching and one-off coaching sessions focusing on inclusive sports (all prices are variable depending on term lengths). This coaching also covers CPD as staff work alongside coaches in lessons and use the sessions to develop their own skills. Coaches do not replace teachers but serve to upskill the teaching staff.

 

Equipment - £140. This includes new bibs to support the new Netball Club, balls and additional equipment to support the delivery of Early Years and KS1 PE lessons in line with the new curriculum. Lingey House also purchased three sets of golf clubs for the children to use at the Golf club and during outdoor golf coaching. These were purchased through Heworth Golf Club at a discounted price.

 

Stadium booking - £541. Gateshead International Stadium was booked for the Lingey House Sports Day due to the lack of field space on the school site.

 

Transport - £410. Transport has been used for the varying Sports Events including cluster events. The majority of this funding was for coaches to transport all of the children to the stadium for Sports Day.

 

Continuous Professional Development - £388. Staff have been given access to CPD through the remaining funds. This includes a 'PE Funding Conference' attended by the PE co-ordinator in London, 'Delivering KS1 PE' for our Year 1 teacher and in school staff training delivered as part of our staff meetings.

 

Funding (2015 - 2016)

Allocation £9, 071

 

The initial funding will be £5,169 to run through to March 31st (prior to the second wave of funding which will be £3,902).

 

So far...

 

Coaching - £622. This is for Mr Football Multi-Skills.

Transport - £75.

 

We are expecting to pay at further £1000 for our SLA Agreement with an optional additional £2400 (split over three terms) to upgrade to Premium delivery.

 

Coaching for the year is expected to come to £7450. Mr Football will cost £1900, Hockey coaching will cost £570, Tennis coaching will cost £2640 and Golf club and coaching will cost £2340. These costs are approximations as term lengths are variable and some weeks will vary due to other in school events.

 

The remaining costs will cover transport and resources. We expect to use funding to purchase equipment for the new school including playground netball posts and a gym frame for the new hall. As costs become clear and new allocation is made available, details will be added.

 

Impact of Funding

The impact of funding allocation has been significant. Firstly, children are given access to a range of coaching, free of charge. As a result, there has been an increased number of children taking part in after school clubs which has also been due to the increased opportunity – a school aim was to provide every year group, boy and girl, the opportunity to take part in an active after school club at least one night a week. Now 101 children take part in an active club (nearly 40% of Year 2-6) in comparison to last year (60 children), with waiting lists for all clubs.

One noticeable impact this has had is now over 75% of our boys football team play for either a local team such as Felling Magpies or Newcastle Youth or Sunderland Youth and two children have just started playing Hockey with Gateshead Hockey Club since joining the after school Hockey Club (September 2015). Children are also using the golf club on a weekend and a running club has started every weekend, running from the school in which parents and pupils take part (organised externally).

Through careful allocation of swimming coaching, most children are able to swim 25m independently by the time they leave Year 4. Out of the 132 that have accessed swimming through school, 120 can swim 25m independently (90%) and of all the children in KS2 (212 pupils), 128 can swim 25m independently (60%) – above national recommendations.

 

We currently offer more after school clubs than ever before and more of our staff are running these clubs - a result of CPD allocation and working alongside coaches in PE lessons.

 

A full break down of coaching and clubs can be seen in the tables below:

Table 1: Coaching Plan - Lingey House (2015-2016)

 

  Y2P Y2B Y3 Y3/4 Y4 Y4/5 Y5 Y6T Y6W
Aut 1   Golf   Hockey   Swim Swim Tennis Tennis
Aut 2 Tennis Tennis Hockey   Golf Swim Swim    
Spr 1 Golf   Tennis Tennis Hockey Swim Swim    
Spr 2 Hockey   Golf     Tennis Tennis    
Sum 1   Hockey   Golf Tennis        
Sum 2                  

*Summer 2 allocated to classes with less coaching throughout year and Year 6 after SATs

** Next swimming classes allocated after review of classes

 

Table 2: Clubs - Lingey House (2015-2016)

 

*Please note: Clubs will vary throughout the term depending on weather conditions, light and hall space. This table is taken from Autumn 1, 2015-2016 and is a typical plan.

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Multiskills (External Coach) Football - Mixed (Mr Taylor and Mr Clydesdale)

Fit Families (Mrs Gray, Mrs Dellow, Mrs Wilkinson)

Hockey (Mr Chipchase, Miss Collins)

Golf (Miss Pyburn)

Gym and Movement (Mr Taylor, Miss Bell)

Dance (External Coach)

 

Archived

Funding 2014-2015 first period.

*Costs in brackets are from 2013/2014 allocation (Total allocation - £5,717)

 

(Total allocation for 2014/2015 - £9,800)

 

  1. Physical Education provision within the allocated lessons (£2,000)

 

We have employed PE specialists and coaches to work alongside teachers, for example, regular tennis coaching accessed by Year 3/4, Year 4, Year 4/5 and Year 1. These occur every Thursday and are provided by a local coach.

 

We have also procured quality-assured professional training for staff to raise confidence and competence in teaching PE. This has been made possible by investment in the highest level of sports partnership funding, ensuring we are given first refusal to many of the key courses.

 

We also invested in Early Years and Foundation equipments such as balance boards, wobble boards and climbing ladders. This was an area identified as ‘lacking’ in new and up-to-date resources by CT and CC. We also pay ‘Mr Football’ to teach Reception B and S on Monday afternoons.

 

 

  1. Extra-curricular opportunities (£2,900)

 

We have paid external sports coaches to run competitions and invested heavily in after school sports clubs. This investment has been in staff time, ensuring resources are made available – through new PE kits (generic sports kit and netball bibs) and equipment (football, rugby balls, hockey nets).

 

‘Mr Football’ also provides an after school multi-skills club on a Monday evening – available free of charge to all children.

 

We have paid for transport to a wide range of sports competitions to ensure all children are given the opportunity to take part in any activity. We are therefore able to select any activity we think would be suited to Lingey House pupils.

 

  1. Lunch-time provision (£800)

 

An important focus was to ensure the children we all given access to the extensive range of PE equipment at Lingey House. One way to ensure this was to provide all of the equipment at lunch break.

 

CT, CC and MW identified new equipment that would stimulate all children and involve all children. A significant amount of money was invested in this new equipment and is set up in a clear and accessible way every lunch break.

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(Total allocation for 2014/2015 - £9,800)

 

Going forward...

To maintain this level of investment and to ensure the equipment is used correctly we have forged close relationships with schools in our cluster and will take part in as many activities within school and outside of school as possible, whilst not exceeding our working capacity.

 

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