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Sports Premium and PE Funding Statement 2016-2017

Sports Premium Statement 2016-2017

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 2016-2017 Northwick Park is allocated £10,350.  Our ambitions are to improve pupil participation in school PE and sport 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 Deans 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 benefitting 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 lifestyle.


The 2016/2017 grant has been allocated:

Area  of Focus


Intended Outcome

Impact Measured by

  • Whole school training ‘Real P.E.’!


£ 2,000

Staff confident to deliver new scheme of work.

  • Surveys
  • Observations
  • Individual CPD for Teachers.

£ 1,000

CPD addresses individual needs.

  • Surveys before/after CPD
  • Four members of staff to achieve their archery coaching qualification.

£ 1,000

KS2 children have opportunities to participate in archery.

  • No. of children joining club
  • Increase the number of sports clubs that pupils can attend free of charge before and after school.  These now include: Cross country, football, cheerleading, gymnastics, dance, skipping, tag rugby, athletics, cricket, rounders, netball and basketball.


£ 2,280

Wide range of Sports Clubs for children to attend free of charge.

  • No. of children taking up offer
  • Equipment.

£ 2,000

Sufficient quality reasons to deliver the curriculum.

  • Survey staff and audit


  • Subscription to Deanes SSP.

£ 1,320

  • Children have access to participate in external competitions.
  • Increased Subject Leader expertise through termly training.
  • Children have access to Gifted and Talented holiday camps.
  • Registers of children involved
  • Specialist coaches for Year 6 PE lessons.

£ 750

Y6 children have specialist PE Teaching.

  • No. of children selected for competitive teams






  • The school funds a 10 weeks swimming course for all pupils in Year 4.


  • The school pays for Transport to all external competitions.


  • New PE kits for external competitions and festivals.   







£ 2,352



£ 1,000



£ 1,000






£ 4,352








Children have the opportunity to achieve the KS2 target of swimming 25m.


All pupils have the opportunity to participate in external competitions.


All children have the appropriate kit to participate in external festivals and competitions.








  • No. of children achieving



  • No. of children participating



  • Results in competitions