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PE & Sport Premium

The academy has been allocated £17,940 for this current academic year. 

We place a high value on encouraging children to be active in sports and PE in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle, be successful and develop both essential life skills and  positive attitudes. The academy therefore uses the sports funding in order to support this commitment to children.

2017/18

              Action Intended Impact Cost
Qualified sports coach to provide expert teaching and learning for all children, as well as developing the practice of all teachers. Children receive high quality first teaching and are therefore able to make excellent progress.

Teachers are developed professionally to deliver a high standard of PE teaching.

£5 700
Qualified sports coach to run before school, lunchtime, after school and holiday clubs Healthy lifestyles for all of our pupils.

Provide access to a wide variety of high quality extra activities.

Provide personalised support and training to gifted and talented children.

 

£7 100
Extended schools lead to organise and manage out of hours provision £1 000
Additional sports apprentice to extend the scope and impact of afterschool and lunchtime clubs £2 000
Develop a Tees Valley Education Sports Network To enable children to experience competitive elements of sport and working as a team.

To ensure that keeping active and healthy has a high profile across the academy and TVEd Trust.

To facilitate the sharing of excellent practice between the academies.

£500
Transport to facilitate competitions and tournaments To enable children to experience competitive elements of sport and working as a team. £1000
Purchase of new equipment to broaden sports provision To ensure that children have the correct equipment to access sports at a high level.

To develop new sports within the academy.

£500
Create and maintain links with other local sports providers and teams To give children access to a wider range of sports and activities, and expert coaching within them. £250
Provide access for children to attend local high profile sporting events To inspire children to participate well in sports.

To enhance children’s cultural experiences and develop pride in their local community.

£300

For full details, please click on the plan below:

2017 – 2018 Sport Premium Funding Action Plan

 

For the period September 2016 – August 2017, we received a total funding amount of £8,970.

Funding Allocation 2016/17

Additional Provision Planned and /or Provided Cost Intended Impact Actual Impact
Qualified sports coach to run lunchtime and after school clubs £3 144 Healthy lifestyles for all of our pupils.

Provide access to a wide variety of high quality extra activities.

Provide personalised support and training to gifted and talented children.

 
Extended schools lead to organise and manage out of hours provision £860 Healthy lifestyles for all of our pupils.

Provide access to a wide variety of high quality extra activities.

 
Additional sports apprentice to extend the scope and impact of afterschool and lunchtime clubs £1000 Healthy lifestyles for all of our pupils.

Provide access to a wide variety of high quality extra activities.

Provide personalised support and training to gifted and talented children.

 
Additional and varied activities based on children’s interests and talents £1000 Healthy lifestyles for all of our pupils.

Provide access to a wide variety of high quality extra activities.

Provide personalised support and training to gifted and talented children.

 
Link into the Redcar & Eston School Sports Partnership £3,562 To enable children to experience competitive elements of sport and working as a team.

To ensure access to high quality CPD.

To keep up to date with improvements and innovations in sports and PE.

 
Develop a Tees Valley Education Sports Network £250 To enable children to experience competitive elements of sport and working as a team.

To ensure that keeping active and healthy has a high profile across the academy and TVEd Trust.

To facilitate the sharing of excellent practice between the academies.

 
Transport to facilitate competitions and tournaments £1000 To enable children to experience competitive elements of sport and working as a team.  
Purchase of new equipment to broaden sports provision £500 To ensure that children have the correct equipment to access sports at a high level.

To develop new sports within the academy.

 
Provide access for children to attend local high profile sporting events £500 To inspire children to participate well in sports.

To enhance children’s cultural experiences and develop pride in their local community.

 

 

Dormanstown also employs a sports coach on a 0.5 basis. This is to ensure children receive high quality sports and PE provision, and to develop the skills and knowledge of our teaching staff. This has been very successful, and the academy plans to recruit a full time coach in 2017.

Please find a review of our spending and its impact below:

2016-2017 Sport Premium Funding Action Plan

 


 

 

 

How to find us

  • Dormanstown Primary Academy
  • South Avenue,
  • Redcar,
  • Cleveland
  • TS10 5LY
 

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