Sports Provision

 

Intra School Sports 2017-2018

For many young people sporting competition is the first experienced through intra-house teams, form groups or in PE lessons. This level of competition will build on a school’s existing work to offer pupils a year-round programme of regular intra-school competition in a number of sports that culminate in a School Games Day.

Autumn 2017

Sports hall athletics

Football Years 3/4

Football Years 5/6

Spring 2018

Sports hall athletics (final)

Indoor 5 aside Football Years 5/6

Basketball Years 5/6

Summer 2018

Inter Sports Events 2017-2018

Inter-school competition is for years 3 to 13. At this stage individuals and teams will be selected to represent their school at inter-school competitions, many of which will be leagues. Schools will have the flexibility to decide which sports to enter but are encouraged to involve as many pupils as possible by creating breadth in the sports they offer and depth through the creation of additional teams.

Windy Nook Primary School Sports Action Plan 2017-2018

 UNICEF RIGHTS RESPECTING:

Article 15 – freedom of association to join groups and meet with other children.

Article 29 – goals of education to develop talents and abilities to their full.

Article 31 – every child has the right to relax, play and take part in wider range of activities.

 

The focus over the next 12 months will be to maintain the school’s strengths in coaches and sport events and to take elements from the Sainsbury’s scheme and the Childhood Obesity Plan about getting children active and ensuring sports are inclusive and engaging.  Guidelines from the Government’s expectation of how Sport Premium should be spent form the subsections below.

Childhood Obesity Plan focus points:

  1. Today nearly a third of children aged 2 to 15 are overweight or obese.
  2. Every primary school child should getat least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity a day. At least 30 minutes should be delivered in school every day through active break times, PE, extra-curricular clubs, active lessons, or other sport and physical activity events, with the remaining 30 minutes supported by parents and carers outside of school time.
  3. This will set out how schools can work with the school nurses, health centres, healthy weight teams in local authorities and other resources, to help children develop a healthier lifestyle. 
  4. Sainsbury’s School Games Mark contains various points about engaging the inactive population amongst the children and increasing elements engaging SEN children.

 

For the academic year 2017/2018 our Sport Premium Grant Allocation is approximately £18,500.

NATIONAL CURRICULUM GUIDELINES FOR KS1;

  • Children should master fundamental movement skills and be increasingly competent and confident and access a broad range of opportunities to extend their agility, balance and coordination, individually and with others. They should be able to engage in competitive (both against self and against others) and co-operative physical activities, in a range of increasingly challenging situations.
  • Children should master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities.
  • Children should have the opportunity to participate in team games, developing simple tactics for attacking and defending / perform dances using simple movement patterns.

NATIONAL CURRICULUM GUIDELINES FOR KS2;

  • Continue to apply and develop a broader range of skills, learning how to use them in different ways and to link them to make actions and sequences of movement. They should enjoy communicating, collaborating and competing with each other. They should develop an understanding of how to improve in different physical activities and sports and learn how to evaluate and recognise their own success.
  • Pupils should be taught to: use running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and in combination, play competitive games, modified where appropriate [for example, badminton, basketball, cricket, football, hockey, netball, rounders and tennis], and apply basic principles suitable for attacking and defending, develop flexibility, strength, technique, control and balance [for example, through athletics and gymnastics], perform dances using a range of movement patterns, take part in outdoor and adventurous activity challenges both individually and within a team, compare their performances with previous ones and demonstrate improvement to achieve their personal best.
WINDY NOOK PRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS ACTION PLAN 2017-2018
Objective Method Impact Sustainability
ENGAGEMENT OF ALL PUPILS IN REGULAR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Promote active lifestyle with first 5/10 minutes of every P.E. lesson to be pure cardio based.

 

 

 

– All school teaching staff.

School will commit to 5 minutes active cardio activities at the start of every P.E. lesson.

 

Year 1-6 have received a HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) session to boost their general fitness.

School to buy the licence to access videos for teachers to use as either a warm up or for a smaller cardio focussed lesson of PE.

 

 

The aim is to ensure that children finish the week in an active way having fun and take that mentality home.

 

For 15 minutes get their pulses raised and have some fun.

Promoting an active and healthy lifestyle.

 

Improve fitness through raised heart rates and activity with all abilities and ages.

 

 

Equipment (nets, poles, crash mats, playground).

 

Further investment in sport specific equipment to improve PE and competition preparation and support new coaches.

 

 

 

P.E. Coordinator to order with General Office team.  Staff to use.

Audit of PE equipment, what items need upgrading, what items are hindering teachers’ abilities to teach effective PE lessons.

 

Use Sport Premium funding to increase the active element of the playground; floor painted activities, active game play and reduce sedentary space.

 

Additional playground equipment.

Playground buddies trained.

Ensure children have the equipment to engage in sports.

 

Ensure coaches have the equipment to teach with.

 

 

 

Support the Government aim to have additional activity time during the school day for all primary school children. (30 minutes a day).

Improved playtime behaviour, allow children to develop skills during other times of the day and play together.

 

 

 

 

Encourage children to be active; reduce the space provided for sedentary activities on the yard.

 

 

PROFILE OF PE AND SPORT IS RAISED, AS A TOOL FOR WHOLE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT.
Healthy Eating – Science Week  

 

Used within science lessons; raise awareness of children and bring P.E. and sports into the classroom.

Cross curricular will highlight fitness in different ways and methods to children in different lessons.

 

Book work evidence.

Raise awareness and accountability.
School Sport Council School Sports Council engaged to run questionnaires and surveys around school on wants and needs of children.  Focus on girls’ sports activities.

 

Surveys repeated Winter / Spring / Summer.

Involve pupils with decision making.

Fitness Champions to support playtimes, SEND sports and in P.E. lessons.

 

Raise accountability for decisions.

 

Legacy of pupil engagement.

 

Change and adapt directly to pupils’ wants and needs.

 

Survey the impact regularly and take feedback on coaches and successes.

Increased frequency of PE website entries Teachers to upload PE entry each half term that discusses the skills the children have been taught.

Website post to be tagged under the PE page to celebrate the skills being developed and not just the competitions children enter.

Shares the variety of skills being taught.

Involves parents and the community about the need for daily exercise.

Raise awareness and accountability.
Increased use of iPads within PE lessons Share with staff regarding apps to use in PE during training.  Show the benefits of reviewing techniques of skills and annotation of videos rather than talking through the process. Involve pupils with clear demonstrations and to visually see the improvement in their skills.  Teachers to use it as a bank of good practice techniques. Apps to be purchased for all iPads and take feedback on successes.

 

 

BROADER EXPERIENCE OF A RANGE OF SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES.
Coaches

 

Maintain after school club coaches.

 

Access new coaches for cricket linked to Durham CCC to deliver 6 weeks scheme with KS1.

 

Engage with new rugby trail with Newcastle Flacons for LKS2

 

– Coaches signed off over the summer by P.E. Coordinator.

This will allow children throughout school to access a range of sports over a sustained period of time that will engage their early development of key skills that will be used in sports as they move up the school.

 

 

Target all the basic skills needed in personal development (agility, coordination, flexibility etc.) as identified in the National Curriculum.

 

 

Allow children to assess their own progress as the coaching will take place over a full terms, coaches can identify progression.

Allow school staff to work alongside a professional coach for a long period of time to up their own skills throughout the year.  Provide superb CPD.

 

Staff can support coaches to work with specific children who might require support or further development.

 

The coach can identify G&T children.

 

The coaches will feedback on development and skill gaps and also progress of each child.

Increased emphasis on cross-curricular PE activities Discuss with staff opportunities to develop PE skills and general fitness throughout other aspects of the curriculum.

KS1 and 2 to take part in Bhangra dance workshop as part of the RE curriculum.

To allow children to see PE as something they can do in a range of settings.

Broaden the skills children are taught.

Children are more active; therefore increase their level of concentration.

Physical activity becomes routine, is not just part of the PE and playtimes.

 

 

By having it during lesson time, all children engaged including less active.

 

Bring in new fitness coach to school for PE

 

 

 

 

 

 

– P.E. coordinator to arrange.

Children to take part in personal training style coach.  Coach to play virtual exercise videos which is focussing on cardio, strength and fitness. Focus on low skill activities where no team work or specific experience is needed; children will complete boot camp style activities and continuously self and peer assess.
INCREASE PARTICIPATION IN COMPETITIVE SPORT
Review participation within the after school clubs

 

 

 

 

 

 

–          P.E. Coordinator and office staff to coordinate.

Monitor the numbers of children attending the after school clubs.

 

Questionnaire to what type of sports children would be engaged with after school.

 

Seek provision for outdoor after school clubs for summer term.  Double gymnastics capacity with additional coach.

 

Increase mixed boy and girl engagement across after school clubs especially in KS2.

 

Provide long term skill development for children.

 

 

Improve our club offer by linking them to outside coaches and teams.

Support children in moving into clubs and open up popular clubs to more people.

 

Provide sustainable clubs over the year to see progression, skill development and engage the children.

 

Sainsbury’s 50% KS2 in school sport clubs.

Intra / Inter School Sport Windy Nook already participates in as many Level 2 Inter School Sport events as Gateshead Average.

 

Drive this year to raise Intra-School events including between classes in year groups with an event every term when a period of coaching culminates.

 

 

Every summer children learn to lead in P.E. running activities and games with their year group.

Maintain the engagement externally for all events with additional focus given to coaching key teams in school time.

 

 

Give children a chance to lead, to demonstrate their skills and to decide how the lessons are organised and run.

Use of the website; promote our intra school events online.

 

 

 

Encourage children with all skills into different roles within sport and P.E.

INCREASE CONFIDENCE, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS OF ALL STAFF
PE Planning

 

–          P.E. Coordinator to sign off and teachers to use across the year and feedback.

 

Seeking opportunities to invest in online planning scheme for whole school.  Websites which allows staff to download schemes of work over the number of weeks they need and provides all the element of the lessons.

 

The mid-term plans are provided too directly linked to areas of the curriculum.

 

Continuity of planning throughout the school in the structure of lessons.

 

Mid-term plans are linked directly to the National Curriculum and follow more closely the National Governing Body for Sport (NGB) that feeds into the Sainsbury’s School Awards.

Skills are learnt through sports in KS2 allowing children to learn to lead, apply skills and enjoy team games to build confidence and experience.
Discuss assessments of children for PE skills. Trial VEO assessments?? Teachers to provide a VEO of skills development over a term.  Starter lesson and finish lesson, focussing on pupil development and ability. Accountability for progress.

 

 

Pupil input to ensure that communication and recognition of skills are taught through PE Planning.

Skills progression through school in key areas.

 

Engagement of pupils and transfer of knowledge and skills within the lesson.

Gateshead SSP free hours Staff completed questionnaire to identify areas of strengths and lack of confidence.  GSSP to deliver training on gymnastics and how the progression of skills should run through the school.

Coach to work with one key stage to deliver lessons and up-skill members of staff.

Raise awareness of skills.

 

 

Engage staff in working alongside the coaches.

Expose staff to greater range of skills.

 

Staff identify G&T children throughout lesson.

 

 

Autumn 2017

Year 5/6 Football Team (mixed gender)

Year 5/6 Football Team (girls only)

Sports Hall Athletics

Spring 2018

Summer 2018

Other Sporting Opportunities 2017-2018

Dance Festival

Judo sessions

Intra School Sports 2016-2017

For many young people sporting competition is the first experienced through intra-house teams, form groups or in PE lessons. This level of competition will build on a school’s existing work to offer pupils a year-round programme of regular intra-school competition in a number of sports that culminate in a School Games Day.

Autumn 2016
Rowing regatta
Sports hall athleticsNetball
Football
Spring 2017
Basketball
Striking and fieldingHockey
Summer 2017
Athletics
School Games day
Rounders
Cricket
Football
Multi skills
Sports day

Inter Sports Events 2016-2017

Inter-school competition is for years 3 to 13. At this stage individuals and teams will be selected to represent their school at inter-school competitions, many of which will be leagues. Schools will have the flexibility to decide which sports to enter but are encouraged to involve as many pupils as possible by creating breadth in the sports they offer and depth through the creation of additional teams.

Autumn 2016
Year 5/6 Football Team (mixed gender)Year 5/6 Football Team (girls only)Rowing FestivalSports Hall Athletics
Spring 2017
5 a side football competition
BasketballHockey
Summer 2017
Quad KidsGateshead Athletics FestivalThomas Hepburn AthleticsCricket Festival

Other Sporting Opportunities 2016-2017

Dance Festival

Judo sessions

 

 

Intra School Sports 2015-2016

For many young people sporting competition is the first experienced through intra-house teams, form groups or in PE lessons. This level of competition will build on a school’s existing work to offer pupils a year-round programme of regular intra-school competition in a number of sports that culminate in a School Games Day.

Autumn 2015
Rowing regatta
Sports hall athletics
Year 5/6 Football Team (mixed gender)Year 5/6 Football Team (girls only)
Spring 2016
Basketball
Dance festival
Striking and fielding event
Summer 2016
Athletics
School Games day
Quad kids
Cricket
Football skills
Multi skills
Sports day

 

Inter Sports Events 2015-2016

Inter-school competition is for years 3 to 13. At this stage individuals and teams will be selected to represent their school at inter-school competitions, many of which will be leagues. Schools will have the flexibility to decide which sports to enter but are encouraged to involve as many pupils as possible by creating breadth in the sports they offer and depth through the creation of additional teams.

Autumn 2015
Year 5/6 Football Team (mixed gender)Year 5/6 Football Team (girls only)Rowing FestivalSports Hall Athletics
Spring 2016
5 a side football competition
BasketballMulti-skillsDance Festival
Summer 2016
John Hird Cup (football)Striking and FieldingQuad KidsGateshead Athletics FestivalThomas Hepburn AthleticsCricket Festival

Judo
Girl's Football Team 2015-2016
playing
jumping

After School Sports’ Clubs 2016-2017

At Windy Nook Primary School we offer a wide range of after-school sports’ clubs. As a staff we actively encourage all children to participate in these activities.

Autumn 2016

  • Football Skills
  • Judo
  • Karate
  • Hoopstarz
  • Funfit

After School Sports’ Clubs 2015-2016

At Windy Nook Primary School we offer a wide range of after-school sports’ clubs. As a staff we actively encourage all children to participate in these activities.

Autumn 2015

  • Football Skills
  • Groove and Glow
  • Judo
  • Karate
  • Hoopstarz
  • Funfit

Sports Clubs 2014-2015

Autumn 2014

  • 7 a side football league
  • 7 a side football cup
  • Football skills
  • Karate club
  • Funfit club
  • Hoopstarz club
Spring 2015

  • 5 a side football competition
  • Football skills
  • Judo club
  • Karate club
  • Funfit club
  • Hoopstarz club
  • Change for life club
Summer 2015

  • 5 a side football competition
  • Football skills
  • Judo club
  • Karate club
  • Funfit club
  • Hoopstarz club
  • Change for life club
  • Family football

In School Sports 2014-2015

Autumn 2014

  • Rowing regatta
  • Sports hall athletics
  • Swimming
Spring 2015

  • Non-competitive basketball competition
  • Competitive basketball competition
  • Dance festival
  • Swimming
  • Striking and fielding event
  • School Games day
Summer 2015

  • Gateshead Stadium athletics festival
  • Swimming
  • Quad kids
  • Cricket festival
  • John Hird Cup
  • Girls football league
  • Multi skills
  • Sports day
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