Sport and PE planned Allocation of Funding 2017-2018

PE is at the heart of life here at New York Primary School. We aim to provide high quality, varied PE opportunities to all pupils by ensuring that teaching staff are highly skilled and confident, with up to date knowledge.We want our pupils to be active and healthy with a desire to sustain an active lifestyle through an understanding of the lasting health benefits of PE and sport.

Our PE curriculum compliments our approach to Healthy Schools where we provide fruit for KS2 and operate a Healthy recipe bag scheme across school. We aim for health and physical exercise to have a positive impact upon the lives of our pupils and provide a lasting legacy beyond primary school.

The Department for Education has a vision for Sport and PE in schools:

ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Schools are provided with funding to support the achievement of this vision and the spending of the PE Premium funding is measured against the success in 5 key areas below.

It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

  1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. increased participation in competitive sport


For the academic year 2017/2018 New York allocated Sport and PE Premium (£18150) as follows:

Key PrioritiesImpact/What went wellProposed development for next yearAllocated spend
Qualified Football Coach to deliver lessons, extra- curricular PE and CPD to staff.Standards in football continue to improve with KS2 boys school team coming 3rd in the Littleton League and KS2 girls school football team winning 2 competitions.
Two boys selected for county football trials and one girl playing for north Tyneside schools team
Continue with CPD for new teaching staff.
Continue to extend the competitive development to enable our pupils to cope in competition and a losing situation and show resilience to show good sportsmanship.
Qualified Rugby coach employed.
Bought into the gold level Falcons service level agreement
Girls and boys engaged in KS2 rugby including competitive activity.Training for squads.£2000
Contribute to Norham High School competitive clusters
And high school lead CDP.
KS2 Cluster festivals across different sports promoting competition among pupils.
CPD opportunity for staff.
Bring in additional specialists and seek to engage with additional High schools to support transition.£500
Present opportunities for pupils who are less motivated to participate in sport by providing a wide selection of after school sport and PE opportunities including different activities such as fencing, fuzball and cheerleading.Huge sign up for extra curricular clubs with many pupils attending in excess of 120 hours of varied, active extra curricular activity over the academic year.Continue to offer clubs across both KS1 and KS2. Extend the variety by securing paid coaches to deliver on less accessible sports in an effort to tempt less active pupils to engage.£1750
Purchase new equipment for both PE lessons and extra-curricular activity for existing sports and new sports on offer.Various new equipment across school. Including cheerleading equipment, balls, skipping ropes for individual and large for group skipping. Benches and indoor lines for court play.New equipment for hosting additional competitions/festivals and markings of additional outdoor courts.
New pimple boots and shin pads for both squads (4G appropriate).
Transportation costs to access various competitive events.A continued increase of competitive events from last year. Transport enables all pupils to access. Great competitive experiences and improved competitive ‘play’.Continue to enter competitive events and organised and host events here at New York. KS1 competitive events to continue to develop.£1100
To develop outdoor play and learning (OPAL)Improved variety of activity outdoors with children being physical and imaginative by constructing, lifting carrying, climbing, crawling, outdoor dance, scooting etc.Become OPAL accredited.
Extend the offer to include activities on the open field.
KS2 SwimmingWeekly swimming for half a term across KS2, including the opportunity for pupils to return for a second set of lessons to increase progress.Continue with KS2 swimming to strengthen stamina and fitness, develop technique and have the skill to sustain lifelong fitness.£1000