Skip to main content

PE and Sport Premium Impact 2015-16

Funding for schools will be calculated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11). All schools with 17 or more primary aged pupils will receive a lump sum of £7,535 plus a premium of £5 per pupil. Smaller schools will receive £475 per pupil.

Total amount of grant received for 2015/2016

£ 9712

What does the Sport Premium mean for our School?

‘Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this’ (DfE June 2013). At Thanet Primary we have split up the funding by the three key areas for consideration; Physical Education, Healthy Active Lifestyles and Competitive Sport. We have decided to spend the Sport Premium Grant on the following:

Physical Education

Raising the standard of teaching and learning in PE

What are we going to do?

How are we going to do it?


  • Develop teaching staff’s subject knowledge / confidence in delivering high quality PE lessons.


  • Ensure that staff and children have access to quality resources to support the delivery of the PE curriculum.


  • Develop impact of leadership role on PE
  • Staff members to be timetabled throughout the year to work alongside sports coache/JG
  • Lessons to be a mix of demo lessons and move into team teaching and coaching.
  • JG to support staff at the planning stage with ideas for PE lessons as needed.
  • Use of existing links with professional clubs to deliver & support staff (Hull KR, Hull FC, FA Skills, Hull Stingrays).
  • Clear audit of current resources
  • Supplement the schools resources as needed to support successful delivery of schools long term plans for PE.
  • JG to support sports coach in the assessment and monitoring aspects of being a subject leader/ implementation of action plan. Sports coach to attend Subject Leaders Module 3 & 4 and any relevant courses to her roll.
  • Use FLiC to monitor progress of children achieving ARE in PE.
  • Sports coach worked alongside JG and professional sports coaches throughout the year supporting in all areas of the PE Curric.
  • Sports coach is now more confident in using this knowledge to disseminate to the rest of the staff over the course of the next academic year.
  • Due to supplementing the PE resources children are all actively engaged in lessons.
  • Flic assessment used to monitor pupil progess. This data shows that most children are achieving ARE in PE.
  • The school achieved the Humber region PE & Sport Premium award for ‘PE and whole school improvement’.


Healthy Active Lifestyles

Ensuring all children are encouraged to take regular exercise

What are we going to do?

How are we going to do it?

What will the impact be?

  • Increase activity levels at break-times, lunchtimes and afterschool.


  • Work towards all children receiving 2 hours of physical activity a week.


  • Develop children’s understanding of healthy active lifestyles
  • Ensure a range of resources are available for children to use at both playtimes and lunchtimes (liaise with sports crew and ambassadors to decide on clubs and activities to lead).
  • Audit lunchtime activities and feedback to lunchtime supervisors/TA decide on ways to develop this further
  • Train and implement sports ambassadors
  • Monitor the running and success of the sports ambassadors at lunchtimes.
  • Half-termly discussions with Sports Crew to seek pupil opinions and act on information as needed.
  • Organise/provide a range of lunchtime and after school clubs that are based around healthy lifestyles or sport.
  • Headteacher/Sports Coach/JG to Organise a ‘healthy/Sports week’ in the Summer Term.   As part of the week, try to source taster sessions from different sports, chefs/professionals to lead workshops on healthy eating etc.
  • Subject leader to investigate possible participation in National Sports week (June) and Sports relief and cascade information to staff.
  • Organise lessons around Euro2016/Rio2016 – including cc links and finding out healthy foods from each of the countries taking part. 
  • Organise member of staff/Sports Ambassador to support a ‘Change4Life’ PE club.  Range of year groups and ages to be targeted.
  • A pupil survey to identify clubs attended by children outside of school & pupil interests around physical activity.


  • Four pupils attended a Sports Ambassadors course, and Sports Coach trained a Sports Crew.
  • The ambassadors and sports crew have successfully delivered their own clubs based on pupil voice surveys. These pupils have also attended other schools to help lead festivals. Sports Coach oversaw the running of these clubs, offering guidance and feedback.
  • A range of clubs were offered throughout the year. These included a very well subscribed Change4Life and inclusive club (100 children through the course of the year) aimed at the least active and most vulnerable children.


Competitive School Sport

Increase participation levels in extracurricular sport

What are we going to do?

How are we going to do it?

What will the impact be?

  • Maintain the high number of competitive sports opportunities for all children.


  • Organise intra-festivals each term for all children
  • Attend and participate in sporting tournaments as organised through the Sainsbury’s School Games calendar offer, including as many B teams as possible. Organise and lead an inter school football competition at Thanet.
  • Advertise and encourage children to attend clubs: A Sainsbury’s School Games notice board is in place to promote clubs, competitions and successes. Half-termly news letters to advertise new clubs on offer.
  • Signpost children where possible to community sports facilities and clubs (particularly when an ability has been noted)
  • Attend a range of tournaments throughout the year (to include Y2 as well if possible).

Attend and participate in a range of ‘inclusive competitions’.

  • Develop intra-festivals (within school competitions) for all year groups, termly linked to current PE unit of work.
  • Organise for older pupils to run these with younger children by summer term

Organise and run a competitive sports day in the Summer term for all children.

  • The school participated in; Various formats of girls & boys football (9 a-side, 7 a-side, 5 a-side) for years 3-6. ‘B’ teams were also entered. Tag Rugby League/Union, Cricket, Indoor/Outdoor & Quad Kids Athletics, Cross-country, Dodgeball, Biathlon, Orienteering, Rounders, Swimmng, Goalball, New Age Kurling & Boccia were also entered.
  • A notice board was put in place and updated throughout the year advertising events and celebrating childrens successes.
  • All pupils participated in a competitive sports day, with the year 6 children helping to run the KS1 event.
  • The school achieved the Sainsbury’s School Games Silver Mark, an improvement on the previous year.

 In summary, the year 2015-16 proved to be a successful year for sport within Thanet. Due to this success the school has achieved the Sainsbury’s Silver Mark and The Yorkshire and Humber PE Premium Awards-Whole School Improvement Award