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PE and School Sports

Our sporting vision at Highfield Community Primary is to promote a balanced and healthy lifestyle. We aim to deliver a physical education package that encourages growth, resilience, determination, equality and exposure to a experiences and opportunities that only sporting participation can bring. Through our thriving partnership with the SSP, our children are not just enjoying the sports they are immersed in, they are excelling within them. We see this as a crucial element to developing the emotional well-being of the pupils in our school.

 

SSP

We have again used our funding to promote sport and enhance sporting provision for the children at HIghfield Community Primary by continuing to invest in the ‘Premium’ level SLA (Service Level Agreement) from the SSP (School Sports Partnership). We have signed up for the 'Core', 'Premium' and 'Health & Wellbeing' SLAs. The services we receive directly from the SSP as part of these SLAs are outlined below.

 

 1.  SCHOOL SPORT ‘CORE’ SLA

Highfield Community Primary receive:

· Access to the SSP competition calendar

· Flagship Events (Dance, Athletics etc)

· Basic CPD package

· Primary PE & School Sport Conference

· 1 x FREE coaching block

· Approx. 20% discount on additional coaching blocks

 

 2. SCHOOL SPORT ‘PREMIUM’ SLA

Highfield Community Primary receive:

· Access to ‘Enhanced’ competitions

· Enhanced CPD packages

· Additional FREE coaching block

· Approx. 30% discount on additional coaching blocks

· Corporate discounts (clothing, medals, equipment etc.)

· Affiliation fees paid – Youth Sport Trust, National Trust

· PE & School Sport Consultancy – Review and Action Plan

· Access to Blazing The Trail (cross-curricular programme)

· Access to the Innovation Awards

· End of Year School Engagement Report

· Access to Gifted & Talented (Showing Potential) programme

· Full Cluster Programme, including:

o   School Games Mark Action Plan

o   1 x Intra-School Competition Support within your school=

o   Inter-School Competition at Thorp Academy (9 events in total)

o   Cluster Meetings – 1 per term

o   Leadership & Volunteering Training at Thorp Academy (for a minimum of 10 pupils)

o   1 x Day of specific subject support from the Thorp Academy PE Department within your school

 

 3. HEALTH & WELLBEING SLA

Highfield Community Primary receive:

· Access to the Gateshead Schools Health & Wellbeing Award Framework (inc. Whole School Review Tool)

· Dedicated staff support (2 x ½ days - completion of Whole School Review & School Action Plan)

· Access to a minimum of 2 Centrally co-ordinated health & Wellbeing opportunities

· 2 x delegate places at the annual Schools Health & Wellbeing Conference

· Access to termly Health & Wellbeing Co-ordinator support forums

· Access to 1 ‘in-school’ intervention/activity linked to identified areas of priority

· Annual subscription to the Schools Health & Wellbeing website and a wide range of online resources

· Regular updates and examples of good practice

· Discounted access to APPROVED external Health & Wellbeing providers

· Signposting to wider Health & Wellbeing services (e.g. sexual health, substance misuse, emotional health & wellbeing)

 

4. Newcastle Foundation - Parnership Package

What is Premier League Primary Stars?

The programme provides free, curriculum-linked Key Stage 1 and 2 classroom resources for School Sport and PE. New PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic) resources will use an array of sport examples to promote equality and diversity, encourage life skills such as teamwork and resilience and deliver key messaging such as anti-bullying. This will be available alongside a programme of activities, events and teacher support delivered by the Premier League and Newcastle United Foundation

Sports Crew 2019/20

PE Impact Information 2018/19