|How the money will be spent under each key indicator.|
|Impact on pupils (actual or expected)|
|1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy lifestyles.|
|Register to Stockton School Sports Partnership (platinum)|
- Change for life club resources and delivery.
|All Y3 children,|
Older children not engaged in regular physical activity.
|More than 80% of school children in Y3 and above are involved in at least 1 after school club per week.|
|The Y3 children will be motivated to participate in more after school clubs/physical activities in the future.|
|Healthy Living Day - infant and junior|
|Children will be inspired to live a healthy lifestyle.|
Staff to be taught new skills in how to deliver sessions so P.E sessions will be better in future.
|Children have an increased knowledge on a healthy lifestyle carried forward throughout their time in school.|
Staff have a greater knowledge of how to deliver healthy eating sessions in P.E. sessions in the future.
|Range of chances throughout school to develop sporting activities.|
- Eaglescliffe Forest School
- Golf taster sessions
|Children are aware of different sporting experiences.|
They now understand how they can learn whilst staying active.
|Teachers to be able to use knowledge of outdoor classroom activities in their own planning. Meaning that lessons in school are becoming more active not just P.E.|
|2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.|
|Healthy Living day|
|The children have enjoyed Healthy Living day and it is hoped teachers will use this to inspire children in other areas of the curriculum. E.g. writing and science.|
|From healthy living day children will develop social skills which will help them improve in other areas of the curriculum.|
|Guest Speaker – Paralympian.|
|Children understood how it is important to make the most of their ability.|
Children’s attitude towards sport has changed for the better.
|Words from speaker to be displayed around school and used as inspiration and motivation for years to come.|
|3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and Sport.|
|Specialist teachers delivering sessions in new areas.|
|Identified year groups.|
Whole School – dance, golf
KS2 only – Outdoor activities
|These are the areas of the curriculum staff identified as areas with most concern.|
With specialist coaches delivering sessions both in and outside of school children will be given best possible
|The school teachers will be confident at delivering sessions in areas they found less so in past.|
|P.E planning subscription.|
|Through P.E. planning the school is now consistent in the delivery of P.E. and in the planning.|
|By using a scheme the progression year on year will be apparent.|
|4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.|
|Golf taster session|
|Children who do not necessarily see sport as a strength have a chance to try a new sport.|
|Relationships developed with nearby local sporting organisations where children will be looking to visit and help provided in future.|
|Visit to Eaglescliffe Forest School|
|Children have experienced problem solving skills in a range of outdoor activities, something very few had done before.|
|5. Increased participation in competitive sports.|
|Coaches to transport children to and from sporting events.|
|Children to be given the chance to further develop their sporting skills in competition against other schools in a competitive environment.|
|Children who enjoy competitive sports aspect will take up the sport outside of school.|
Children will not miss the chance to show skills due to lack of transport.