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Sport Premium and P.E Impact 2019-2020

Area of focus


Intended Outcome

Impact Measured By

Renewed subscription to Create Development Ltd (Real PE) £245 To enable class teachers to continue to access interactive resources for their PE lessons. Enjoyment and participation of children during timetabled PE lessons

Specialist coaches for year 6 PE lessons







Year 6 have specialist PE teaching.(Mel’s soccer and Lindy Hop from Mushroom Theatre Co)



Number of children selected for competitive teams and engaging with the annual Dance Festival.


Specialist coaches to deliver extra-curricular activities for disengaged pupils



Increase in number of children taking part in extra-curricular clubs.

Number of disengaged children now involved in sport within the school.




Sufficient quality to deliver the curriculum and active playtimes/lunchtimes aswell as extra resources for year group bubbles once Covide-19 hit

Survey staff and audit.

Subscription to Jump Start Jonny


To increase activity during PE lessons, especially when weather is poor

Number of PE lessons completed despite poor weather


Transport to all external competitions



All year 2 & year 6 children have the opportunity to participate in external competitions. 



Number of children participating.

Subscription to Deanes SSP


Children have access to participate in external competitions.

Children have access to gifted and talented holiday camps.

Staff have access to leadership training and CPD.


Registers of children involved.

Registers of staff involved.


Equipment for Sports day


Improved equipment for use on Muga


Contribution to Muga


Sufficient facility to deliver PE and for sports activitiesduring playtime and lunchtimes as the school expands.

Quality of delivery. Num,ber of children participating in playground activities.



Sports Premium Statement 2019-2020

From September 2013 the Government allocated funding to all primary schools to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.Schools are free to decide how this funding is spent to enhance outcomes for children.In 2019-2020 Northwick Park is allocated £20,620.Our ambitions are to improve pupil participation in school PE and sports clubs, raise the school attainment in all sports and participation in local competitions and festivals and to improve teacher subject knowledge and confidence.

Northwick Park invests a portion of the Primary PE and Sport funding in working in partnership and collaboration with The Deanes School through the Castle Point and Rochford School Sport Partnership to access a variety of students and staff of the school.This allows us to be part of an infrastructure of 50 schools benefiting from guidance and development around high quality physical education, increasing the range and breadth of ‘School Sport’ opportunities and educating young people regarding healthy and active lifestyles.