Sport & Sport Funding
New City Primary School Vision for Sport and Physical Education
At New City Primary School, we believe that PE is vital to children’s physical, emotional and social development as well as their health. PE enables children to develop their self-confidence and competence in a variety of physical activities. It is important that children are given the opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities so that they are more likely to continue to be physically active throughout their lives.
At New City, we aim to be a school where physical education caters to the needs and aspirations of each child, and where every child has the opportunity to take part in a sport. We aim to achieve this by providing a range of curricular and extra-curricular pursuits, which foster the full potential of each child.
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Use of Sports Premium 2019-2020
|Details of action to be taken:||Lead responsibility||Resource implications||Monitoring arrangements, timeline and outcome.||Impact|
|Actions||Aims this year|
To continue to support all teachers with the planning and teaching of PE across the school through:
• Team teaching with PA
|AS & PA||
Multisport coach term 1 lunchtimes - £2250
Tennis coach 2 terms - £1800 (3hr per week)
Dance coach (1 and a half term) - £960
Gymnastics coach (1 and a half terms) - £960 (2hr per week)
Zumba coach (1 term) - £1600 (2hr per week)
Ballet coach (1 term) - £1600 (1 term – 2hr per week)
|Monitored termly by AS & PA||Has supported teachers in becoming much more confident in the delivery and variation of PE lessons.
Team-teaching has enabled teachers to have more ideas about what outstanding PE lessons should look like, how to organise lessons effectively and how to use resources effectively.
|1.2||Join the Southern Road Schools Partnership.
Continue to develop links with other schools in Southern Road Partnership and outside sporting organisations to arrange competitions.
Termly meetings with PE coordinators from Boleyn Trust to discuss and organise tournaments.
Time for PA to organise competitions.
|Monitored by PA & AS||Increased opportunity for physical activity. Pupils develop confidence and skills at competition level.|
To continue to offer a wide range of after school clubs-
• Gymnastics, cheerleading, multisport, tennis, football, archery, netball
|PA and AS||
Multisport coach Price incl in total (see above)
|Monitored by PA & AS||Sporting abilities have improved. Pupils get to experience a wide range of sports in a safe and supportive environment. These opportunities may not always be available to them outside of school.
Support with behaviour management.
Developed teamwork and leadership skills.
Boosts pupil confidence.
|1.4||To run an annual sports day inclusive of all pupils. (Years 1-6 –Brampton Park)
Additional sports day for Reception pupils organised on site.
|PA and AS||Gazebo: £100||PA and AS||Opportunities to use skills learnt in PE sessions, lunchtime clubs and after school clubs.|
|1.5||To maintain and develop best resources including SEN resources to encourage maximum participation in a wide range of sports and activities
Equipment- goal posts, footballs.
|PA||Goal posts: £115.90
|Monitored termly by PA||Pupils discuss what they did in each session which supports development of communication skills.|
|1.6||Establishing school teams across a range of sports.
|PA, AS, Class Teachers||£15 registration fee (football league).||Ongoing
PA & AS
|Encourages teamwork and participation
Develop new skills.
|1.7||Promoting sporting activities within the school, to the parents/ guardians and the wider community via local media (newsletter, school website, Newham Mag etc).
Variety of sports and activities from outside sporting organisations (ActivNewham, Kinball, etc)
|PA and AS
|Ongoing- Time to update website and organise information for newsletters.
Sessions with outside sporting organisations - £1203.62
|Ongoing monitoring||Increases involvement.
Strengthens links with the wider community.
Exposes pupils to a range of sports and activities.
Total Predicted Expenditure: £21,240