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We are a GOOD School in each and every aspect - Ofsted 2016

PE and School Sport Funding for Primary Schools

What is the Sports Premium?

This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.

Impact Action Plan 2018-19

Autumn Action Plan 2017/18



PE and School Sport Funding for Primary Schools

2017 – 2018


Overview of the school

Total number of pupils on roll 104

Total amount of funding allocated £13,543



Overall Aims for 2017 /18

1.To continue to work alongside other schools to support and develop sport and

healthy lifestyles in the community

2. To raise standards and achievement in all areas of PE, improving outcomes for


3. To continue to promote physical exercise across school as part of a healthy


4. Ensure effective use of schools resources both financial and physical

5. Offer opportunities for ALL CHILDREN to participate in and enjoy a range of

sports activities, both traditional and non-traditional

6. To foster effective links with sports clubs and coaching providers

7. To use PE funding to develop sustainable activities within the school

8. To increase participation in, and enthusiasm for, PE and sporting activities

across the school both competitively and non-competitively

9. To further develop the skills, knowledge and confidence of our school staff;

particularly in gym and dance

10. To provide quality equipment and resources to enrich and enhance PE and

Sports activities



In addition, to fulfil its aims, the school also intends to:

1. Provide a range of playground equipment to encourage adult led and

independent activities at playtimes

2. Encourage all staff to lead an extra-curricular PE / sporting activity during

the school year

3. Work collaboratively with Barlby High School (specialist sports college)

4. Work with York City Football Club to provide training sessions for pupils

5. Continue School Sports week to highlight and encourage sports within our curriculum



Breakdown of Funding / Resource Allocation


1.Employ Sporting Start to run cluster sporting events,

including Gifted and Talented group and Rising stars group    £1000                                                                                          

2. Employ specialist Gymnastics  coach to deliver CPD,

 PE sessions, and run an after school club                                           £2025

3. Employ specialist dance coach to deliver CPD,

 PE sessions, and run an after school club                                           £2280                           

4. Employ Play Leader                                                                             £2500

5. Provide Sports Leader training for KS2 pupils                                £240

6. Provide transport to sporting events as appropriate                   £1000

7. Obtain Kobaca Certificate                                                                  £249

8. Purchase Tagtiv8, train staff                                                             £450

9. CPD for staff                                                                                         £500

10. Purchase Football goals                                                                  £2138.16

11. Purchase Corner flags                                                                     £35

12. Purchase Rugby resources                                                             £107.38

13. Purchase School Family T shirts + storage boxes                       £594

14. Purchase Badmington Primary Pack                                             £432                                                                     

TOTAL SPEND                                                                      £ 13600.54



Success Criteria

School provides good value for money within PE curriculum and beyond

Participation in sports clubs continues to increase

All children have equal access to a range of activities both in and out of school

Children are enthusiastic about and enjoy a range of PE and sporting activities

Observation / learning walks show that the knowledge and confidence of all

school staff has increased

Standards of teaching and learning are at least good across the school

Children make appropriate progress in PE



Our Children say….

The overwhelming majority of children tell us that they enjoy PE.

Our Teachers say….

They feel confident in teaching most areas of the PE curriculum.

Our Teaching Assistants say…

They enjoy PE sessions and are used mainly to support, encourage and observe

children as they take part.

They would like some additional training / information in some areas – this is to be

addressed next year


Click here to download our proposed spending for 2016/17

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