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PE and Sport Premium Impact 2014-15

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 2014/2015

£ 9387

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?


Continue to develop teaching staff’s subject knowledge / confidence in delivering high quality PE lessons.

Staff members to be timetabled throughout the year to work alongside our PE coach

Lessons to be a mix of demo lessons and move into team teaching and coaching.

Build in opportunities for TAs to observe and work alongside PE Coach as identified from professional development meetings and staff audits.

PE Coach to support staff at the planning stage with ideas for PE lessons as needed.

Subscription to Youth Sport Trust. Sports Lead attended several YST training courses including; PE Subject Module Leaders course (Levels 1 &2) & a teachers Gymnastics course.

Professional coaches (Hull KR, Hull FC, FA Skills) in school to model quality delivery of sport.

PE Coach worked with every member of staff throughout the year from Reception through to year 6, covering all areas of the PE Curriculum. PE Coach started by modelling lessons before moving on to team teaching and staff taking their own groups or parts of lessons. Pupils have told us they enjoy the sessions and look forward to them.  Staff have reported an increase in confidence and ideas.

Pupils are now subject to wider variety & more diverse curriculum. Ideas for differentiation and progression have been developed in the planning stages of lessons.

PE Coordinator in place. They have disseminated knowledge of teaching Gymnastics to other members of staff in the school and led a gymnastics club.

6 members of staff, plus TAs had the opportunity to observe high quality professional coaching.

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

Clear audit of current resources. Supplement the schools resources as needed to support successful delivery of schools long term plans for PE.

All children have access to sufficient equipment to allow them to progress at a higher rate. Improved pupil engagement and behaviour.


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.









Ensure a range of resources are available for children to use at both playtimes and lunchtimes.

Employ a play worker to encourage structured activity at lunchtimes.

Buy in high quality Humber Sports

Partnership approved coaches to deliver extra after school clubs- Flex Dance Club, East Hull Amateur Boxing Club, Bilton Karate Club.

Encourage more staff to lead sports clubs after school.


Improved lunchtime behaviour. Encouraged a higher participation in afterschool clubs.

To offer a wider range of sporting activity & links to out of schools clubs.

Tri-Golf (15chn), Gymnastics (KS2) (22chn) & Bootcamp (26 chn).

–Tag Rugby (19chn).

Indoor (20chn) & Outdoor Athletics(35) ( , Rounders,(23) Football,(47) Netball,(12) Gymnastics (KS1 (32) &2 (21)), Multiskills(34)  (KS1), Badminton.(14)

Football, (42) Cricket (14).

Competitive School Sport

Increase participation levels in extracurricular sport

What are we going to do?

How are we going to do it?


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






Attend and participate in sporting tournaments as organised through Sainsbury’s School Games calendar

Mini-bus/coach hire to competitions.

Advertise and encourage children to attend clubs.

Signpost children where possible to community sports facilities and clubs (particularly when an ability has been noted).

Sainsbury’s School Sports day and Sports Week to be arranged.  


The school participated in; Various formats of girls & boys football (9 a-side, 7 a-side, 5 a-side) for year 3-6. ‘B’ teams were also entered. The school also organised its own 5 a-side competition as part of the summer fayre with local schools invited.  Indoor/outdoor/Quad kids athletics. Tag Rugby League & Union.  Successes included;

Yr 3/4 5 a-side football winners (x2).
Yr 5/6 9 a-side ‘B team’ FA Cup runners –up.
Winners of the year 3/4 Hull Indoor Athletics Championships (Progressed on to represent Hull at the Level 3 Humber Games).
4 podium finishes at the Outdoor Athletics.

Increased participation in afterschool clubs and  inter-school competitions.

As a result of participating in the school football team we now currently have 1 player representing the Hull City AFC Academy. 5 pupils have also been directed and subsequently signed on by local football clubs. 2 pupils joined East Hull ABC after attending the after school club.

Sports day - Every child in KS1&2 participated in a competitive School Sports day.

Sports week – Every child in KS1 & 2 also participated in a competitive team game everyday throughout the week.

In summary, the year 2014-15 proved to be a successful year for sport within Thanet. Due to this success the school has achieved the Sainsbury’s Bronze Mark and have already put in place a plan to achieve the Silver mark in 2015-16.