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Sep 2016 - July 2017

Our PE Premium projects and their expected impact:

After School Clubs
East Coast Community Healthcare will be providing a weekly after school club and occasional breakfast clubs for children in all Key Stages. These clubs will be heavily subsidised by the PE Premium money and be offered to children at a maximum cost of 50p per session.
 

EXPECTED IMPACT

  • Access to high quality sporting experiences

  • Access to sports not available within the curriculum

  • Increased engagement in sporting activities

 

Enrichment Days
East Coast Community Healthcare, along with community groups and school staff will be providing an enrichment day each half term. These days will allow every child in the school to try their hand at a new sport free of charge. The children are then given exit routes for each sport to a local club.
 

EXPECTED IMPACT

  • Access to high quality sporting experiences

  • Access to sports not available within the curriculum

  • Increased engagement in sporting activities

  • Increased involvement in local sports clubs

 

Play Maker Training

Our Year 5 children will be working with East Coast Community Healthcare to complete the Play Maker Awards. This will enable them to run sports activities at play times and lunch times and help other children keep active.

 

EXPECTED IMPACT

  • Increased responsibility within a sporting context will develop leadership skills

  • Improved communication

  • Increased engagement in sporting activities

 

Staff Training

East Coast Community Healthcare will be delivering staff training for teachers and mid day supervisors. Teacher training will focus on dance and MSA training will focus on playground games.

 

EXPECTED IMPACT

  • Improved quality of teaching

  • Increased involvement in sporting activities outside of the classroom

 

Holiday Clubs

East Coast Community Healthcare will be using our school as a community hub in the school holidays, running sports clubs for all of the local schools. Children from Homefield will be able to access these clubs at a heavily reduced cost.

 

EXPECTED IMPACT

  • Access to high quality sporting experiences

  • Access to sports not available within the curriculum

  • Increased engagement in sporting activities

  • Increased involvement in local sports clubs

  • Increased community involvement 

 

Football Coaching

A qualified football coach will be working with our boys in Years 3 and 4 to develop the school football teams. School staff will continue to work with the girl's team and older boys. The new coach will be responsible for entering the teams in to local leagues and completing all administrative tasks.

 

EXPECTED IMPACT

  • Access to high quality sporting experiences

  • Increased engagement in sporting activities

  • Increased community involvement

 

Gymnastics Coaching and Teacher Training

Donald Carr (professional gymnastics coach) has been employed by the school to deliver high quality gymnastics sessions throughout the year to all year groups. Class teachers will work alongside him to learn new skills and improve the teaching of gym.

 

EXPECTED IMPACT

  • Improved gymnastics teaching

  • Opportunities for staff to improve their knowledge of the subject

  • Entry in to gymnastics competitions for KS1 and KS2

 

This year we have approximately £8,800 to spend on the above projects.

Please ask at the school office for a breakdown of costs for the above projects.

 

SEP 2015 - JULY 2016

Completed Projects:

  • Gymnastics Coaching across the whole school.

  • Football Coaching across all the Junior children.

  • East Coast Community Healthcare used Homefield as a Community Hub for sports clubs during the holidays.

  • East Coast Community Healthcare also provided CPD training for our MSAs.

  • East Coast Community Healthcare and Staff held After-School Clubs increasing our school's level of sporting provision.

  • Playmaker Award Scheme offered to Year 5/6 pupils.

Impact:

  • Gymnastics skills of the children were much improved, recogised by the school being triumphant in an Inter-Schools Gymnastic competition. 

  • Lunchtime games led and delivered to a more engaging standard by our MSAs after receiving training.

  • Enrichment opportunites provided Homefield's children with a wider range of sports, such as Fencing, Dance and Jujitsu.

  • Playmaker Award Scheme gave Years 5/6 children opportunities to develop leadership qualities, confidence and sports coaching abilities. 

  • Wider Community continued to develop their passion for sports through the school holiday clubs.

  • Achieved Silver Award in PE Sportsmark Scheme.

 

Sep 2014 - July 2015
 

Completed Projects:

  • After school clubs for KS1 and 2 throughout the year

  • Enrichment Day activities once per half term for all key stages

  • Play Maker Training for Year 5 children

  • Staff training for dance

  • Football coaching

  • Holiday clubs made available to all pupils at a reduced rate.

IMPACT

  • Football team achieved the best results in league competition to date

  • School entered more competitions with other schools than in previous years

  • Work started to earn the Silver SportsMark