Estimated allocation for 2018 - 2019 - £21,260
'Sharing Good Practice' is a system used within the school and the PE Subject Leader is able to take PE lessons in various classes whilst the class teacher observes. This has proved hugely successful in the past and assists teachers in their teaching of high quality PE, not to mention raise their confidence. Money for supply cover will be used to release the PE Subject Leader from class to enable this to continue.
This year, we are continuing to use our funding to provide coaches from GT Sport to work alongside our teachers to develop and support them. GT Sports will continue to work with all year groups throughout the year, supporting staff on alternate weeks, enabling staff to teach PE lessons themselves, to consolidate their own CPD.
Concept 4 Football
As well as this, we have employed Concept 4 Football, a team that impressed during a free workshop to our Year 3 children before the 2018 Summer holiday. Due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback, we have asked them to work with us. Since September, they have provided a Monday lunchtime sessions and Wednesday after-school football session for KS1 children.
Another attraction we have at Normandy Primary School is Loopy Lou: a dance teacher that has been working with our children during the school day. Loopy Lou started with us during Summer Term 2 of 2018 and because of a greater interest in dance and an increase in attention towards dance on Tuesdays when this club is provided, we have continued this workshop as well.
After School Clubs
We offer a variety of After School Clubs with GT Sports continuing to coach children in Years 1 to Year 6 in Multi Sports to include Football, Basketball, Cricket, Tag Rugby, Hockey, Tennis, Dodgeball, Rounders, Athletics and Mini Golf. This club is hugely popular with parents paying for the sessions via our online payment system, Sims Agora.
Concept 4 Football also offer an after school football session for children in KS1.
In October 2018, Normandy Primary School has Skip-Hop joining us to provide a three-day intensive skipping workshop that has significantly increased physical activity in the shape of skipping, whether the action of skipping be individually or in groups. Due to the success of the workshop in 2015 and again in 2017, it was clear that we should ask Skip-Hop to come back. Most children can now skip in the school as a result of this and being given the opportunity to skip at both playtime and lunchtime every day. By using this company, we can build on previous skills learnt.
The funding will be targeted to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision to ensure:
To enable these outcomes to be met, the grant will fund:
Impact and Outcomes
The impact and outcomes will be measured by: