Pupil Premium Grants

Primary PE Premium

The PE Premium is extra funding provided by the Government to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, so that they develop healthy lifestyles.

How has Trinity Academy Newcastle spent the 2016/17 funding?


In 2016/17 we spent the funding on a combination of single experience activities aimed at raising self esteem and confidence, purchase of necessary equipment, external specialist coaching and CPD for staff to enable long term delivery of specialist activities. The initiatives and activities which learners have benefitted from have included horse riding, uni-hockey, trampolining, rock climbing, scooting, football, forest schools activities and mountain biking.

What was the impact?

  • Increase in participation rates in a range of specific activities.
  • Increase and success in competitive school sports.
  • Growth in the range of provisional and alternative activities.
  • Improvement in partnership work on physical education with other schools and local partners.
  • Links with other subjects that contribute to pupil's overall achievement and their greater social, spiritual, moral and cultural skills.
  • Greater awareness among pupils of the dangers of obesity, smoking and other such activities that undermine pupil's health

How do we intend to spend the 2017/18 funding?

Activity Objective Cost When Who Impact Extension
Coach and venue hire for Northern Hope Gymastics Centre Learners to gain accreditation as well as experience learning new gymnastic skills in a safe and purpose built environment. £1000

Venue to be used every Thursday 1pm until 2pm throughout Autumn, Spring and Summer term.

Sarah Northey, Bryn Taylor, Steve Langley and Ben Clyde to coordinate. KS2 Learners to gain accreditation for gymnastics skills learned accross the academic year. Learners may join gymnastic club and use the facility with Oakfield learners.

Derwent Hill Outdoor Activity Residential

Five day residential for 10 learners and two members of staff to underakw educational and physical activities under the close supervision of experts in this particular field. £4035 Spring Term Senior lead from Deneview and Ben Clyde

Percentage of KS2 learners to access experience Signpost to outdoor education locations and activities in Newcastle. Post event feedback used for 18/19 spend.
Use of Outdoor Education Instructor To give KS2 learners opputunity to learn new outdoor education skills in a safe and secure environment. £1500

Autumn Term 2017

Bryn Taylor and Steve Langley to coordinate. Percentage of KS2 learners who have benefitted from use of CPD Lunch time, reward and after school clubs.
Use of Beamish Wild Outdoor Activity centre Learners to acces the centre for educational experiences on 3 seperate occasions accross the academic year. £840 Venue to be used for one day in Autumn term, Spring Term and Summer Term. Sarah Northey, Ben Clyde, Bryn Taylor and Steve Langley to coordinate Percentage of KS2 learners who have benefitted from use of the centre Signpost to outdoor education locations and activities in Newcastle.
Use of Newcastle Trampoline Park Toencourage physical fitness enhancement through fun experiences £600 Autumn Term 2017 Bryn Taylor, Ben Clyde and Steve Langley to coordinate Percentage of learners who have participated in activity Learners to improve levels of physical fitness and access centre in leisure time.
Purchase of Medals To encourage and reward participation in sport and fitness activites £200 Autumn Term 2017 Sarah Northey, Bryn Taylor, Steve Langley and Ben Clyde to coordinate distribution Percentage of KS2 learners who have received reward for physical participation Learners to improve levels of physical fitness and participation in own leisure time.
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