PE & Sport
Hill View Junior School P.E. and Sport Premium Spend Plan / Statement 2016-17
At Hill View Juniors we believe that a high quality and enjoyable physical education programme is a vital part of a child’s development. We aim to develop each child’s physical confidence and skills enabling them to lead healthy lifestyles. Through the curriculum we offer the children opportunities to compete both against themselves and others, in order to build self- confidence, resilience and a sense of fair-play. The curriculum is designed to enable all children to participate including those who are more able, as well as those with additional needs. The P.E. and Sports premium has been used and will continue be used to promote and develop these aims, as well as support teaching staff in their continuous professional development
During the financial year 2015-16 Hill View Junior School was allocated £10,050 During the financial year 2016-17 it is anticipated that the school will be allocated a further £10,050. Using the premium funding the following provision for children and continuous professional development for teaching staff has been actioned.
•Review of P.E. and Sport provision with support from Sunderland School Games.
•Review and development of Extra Curricular P.E. provision to promote healthy lifestyles. Provision is now being offered in football, basketball, netball, cricket, gymnastics, swimming, athletics, rugby, skipping and dance.
•All year groups are linked with professional coaches to improve confidence and skills. Their expertise is used to develop the children’s skills in a fun and challenging way. A key part of the coaching is improving the knowledge and confidence of class teachers. All teachers are asked to work alongside the coaches and to reflect on how they might improve their own practice.
•High quality professional development of all staff teaching PE and Sport
•Our Sports Leaders programme in Year 5/6 provides training for the children to enable them to develop leadership skills and coach younger children.
•All children have the chance to participate in competitive sport at an appropriate level. Extra funding has enabled us to increase the opportunities available by subsidising transport and enabling the release of teachers. A variety of teams compete against
other schools including: football, rugby, swimming, golf, athletics, basketball, hockey and cricket.
• Children from across all year groups participated in the Sunderland Dance Festival at the Sunderland Empire. 33 children participated in this event. Behaviour was excellent and our children excelled because of their confidence and the quality of their dance.
•The sporting side of the school continues to excel with our teams doing very well in virtually all competitions we enter. Recently, we won the Sunderland Schools’ Cup, finished runners-up in the league and our Year 6 and Girls’ teams qualified for the finals of the Durham county cup. We also had top 3 finishes in athletics, hockey and rugby competitions.
Expected Outcomes / Impact 2016-17:
•Maintain high academic attainment across all year groups
•Improved fitness and ability to make healthy lifestyle choices
•Needs of all children met through precise and well informed teaching
•Increased participation and provision for all pupils with strong pathways for more able sporting pupils
•Strong wider provision across the school
•Improved continuous professional development for teaching staff