PE and Sports Grant

PE and Sports Grant

2016/17

Amount received: £9,620

Grant used to provide:

  • Continuation of out-of-school clubs, including breakfast, lunchtime and afterschool, provision incorporating healthy cooking club, fitness classes and breakfast clubs. Sustainable provision offering health and fitness, exercise, healthy-start programmes that promote health and well-being and encourage healthy lifestyles.
  • Continuation of creative dance and coaching to develop learning across the curriculum and increase engagement and participation through the introduction of dance and performing arts, identifying talent and offering additional support that aids progression.
  • Continue to develop outdoor primary education provision and access to positive activities programmes including; cycling and outdoor education.
  • Introduction of holiday sporting activities, as part of Summer School provision, to offer continuation of health and fitness programmes and enhance access to out-of-schools sporting provision.
  • Annual membership of the Wanderers Sports Association, providing regional sporting opportunities and access to a range of sporting events, including; football, gymnastics, rounders, cross-country, athletics. The programme encourages engagement, participation and achievement and brings pupils together from schools across the North East.
  • Improve exercise and fitness facilities in primary school yard, with the introduction of interactive panels, equipment and resources that improve movement, motor skills, decision making and social skills. Sustainable and durable resources that can be used long-term.

2015/16

Amount received: £8,210

Grant used to provide:

  • Out-of-school hours, breakfast, lunchtime and afterschool clubs continue to be developed which encourage health and fitness and healthier lifestyles and include; football, multi sports, basketball, tennis, boxing, fitness, dance and break-time activities.
  • Continuation of dance coach to develop learning across the curriculum and increase engagement and participation through the introduction of dance and performing arts, identifying talent and offering additional support that aids progression.
  • Development of a new sports leaders programme.
  • Improved outdoor education provision with improved access to positive activities programmes including; cycling, fencing, archery.
  • New football coaching with the Foundation of Light and continuation of family learning programmes, covering additional support staffing costs.

2014/15

Amount received: £8,190

Grant used to provide:

  • Afterschool, breakfast and lunchtime sports clubs which have continued to be developed throughout the year to encourage more physical activities and a healthier lifestyle and have included; football, multi sports, basketball, tennis, boxing, fitness, dance.
  • New dance coach appointed to develop learning across the curriculum and increase engagement and participation through the introduction of dance and performing arts, identifying talent and offering additional support that aids progression.
  • New family learning programmes, developed with the Foundation of Light and covering additional support staffing costs.

Impact

  • 86 primary pupils (75% of the cohort) have accessed out-of-school clubs.
  • Primary pupils have shown improvement in physical skills through access new sporting and out-of-school programmes.
  • Family support sessions have supported pupils’ physical development and increased access to outside experiences. 17 adults and 14 pupils have been engaged on the family learning programme and attended Foundation graduation event and tour of Stadium of Light.

Contact us

T: 0191 489 8949 E: sstephenson5@epinay.org