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Welcome to Easterside Academy

"Giving the Chance to Shine"

PE & Sports Funding

Curriculum focus of Sports Funding spending

At Easterside Academy we aim to develop an enjoyment of sport and physical activity, while promoting a healthy lifestyle in children from an early age.

Number of pupils and sport funding grant received

Total number of pupils on roll: 330

Total amount of Sports Funding Received: Approx £18,200

Proposed Nature of Spend 2018 – 19

  • To continue membership of the Youth Sport Trust.
  • To continue membership of the Middlesbrough Sport Alliance.
  • To purchase new resources to enhance the curriculum and develop physical literacy.
  • To work in partnership with Tees Valley Sport to ensure children are physically active throughout the school day.
  • To develop teachers knowledge and confidence to use a range of resources to improve the quality of PE lessons.
  • To invest in Get Set 4 PE resource tool to improve planning and assessment across PE.
  • For teachers to access a wide range of CPD opportunities to improve the quality of teaching and aid good progress.
  • KS1/2 teachers to work alongside a professional dance teacher for 7 sessions with their class.
  • KS1 teachers to work alongside a multi skills coach for 6 sessions with their class.
  • KS1/2 teachers to work alongside a gymnastics coach for 6 weeks.
  • To develop links with five local clubs.
  • Nursery staff and children to take part in Funky Feet once a week for 10 weeks.
  • To employ coaches to increase levels of activity during lunch and play times.
  • To ensure that at least 50% of children access an afterschool sport club weekly.
  • For children to take part in Intra School sports half termly.
  • To increase the number of pupils (KS1 and 2) attending level 2 competitions.
  • To support transport and entrance to competitions locally.
  • To achieve the Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Award.
  • To embed the principles of the Sainsbury’s School Games in PE lessons.
  • To develop the opportunities for PE within the wider school curriculum e.g. linking to topics.
  • To participate in the Change 4 Life programme in order to promote a healthy lifestyle and encourage participation in sports and learning for life.

Sports Funding Parent Report 2013 – 2014

Sports Funding Parent Report 2014 – 2015  

Sports Funding Report for Parents 2015 16

Tees Valley Case Study – Easterside Academy 2016

Sports Funding Report 2016 – 2017

PE and Sports Funding Impact Report 2017 18


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