PE and sport premium
The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following objective:
“To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must lead to long lasting impact against the vision that will live on well beyond the PE and sport funding.”
At Eldon Grove Academy our aims are to utilise this allocated funding to:
- Improve the quality of Physical Education Teaching, Learning and Sport Provision
- Increase Participation in PE and Sport
- To develop Healthy Lifestyles and engage in the Change 4 Life – Linking to the Obesity Agenda and ethos of Eldon Grove Academy of Healthy body and mind impacts on attainment and achievement of pupils.
- Build partnerships and ensure pupils have the opportunities to continue with Physical Education beyond the classroom e.g Junior APP,. Local Tennis Club, HCFE, Etc.
At Eldon Grove we value the impact that Sport and Physical Education has upon pupils’ well-being and health and partners our values of ‘Growth Mindset’. Our pupils participate in a wide range of physical education as listed below and we also encourage our Year 6 pupils to participate in an outward bound residential within the Summer Term.
Pupils across the school participate in a variety of Physical Education such as:
- Tag rugby
- Cross Country
- Increased participation over a lunchtime period and after school – Physical Education resources
- Additional cover at lunchtime to support basketball/football activities
- CPD – Continuing Professional Development for all staff
- Participation in competitions as part of a cluster of schools
- Participation in local sports i.e. Tennis
- Participation in Junior APP programme
- Training and development of Sports Leaders in school
- £ 2000 committed to participate in cluster sporting activity with High Tunstall College of Science.
| Year|| Physical Education Funding |
| 2013/2014 || £9,315|
| 2014/2015 || £9,315|
| 2015/2016|| £9,315|
| 2016/2017|| £9,765|