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Sport Funding

What is the Sports Premium?


Sports Premium funding is additional income from the Government to develop and enhance PE provision within schools. Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they have the freedom to choose how they do this. The purpose of the money is to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performances levels they are capable of.

Please find details of how Hillbourne Primary School plans to promote physical activity and well-being


Sports Premium Action Plan 2017/2018


Objective: To increase the profile of physical activity and pupil engagement within the school



Success Criteria



Budget Implications

Start / End Dates



To ensure all KS2 pupils can swim at least 25metres

*Identify pupils who have not achieved 25m

*Book additional swimming sessions

*Publish on school website

*Are pupils identified

*Has contact been made with swimming pool to book sessions

*Have letters been sent to parents

*Have pupils attended sessions

*Can pupils swim 25m



*Cost of swimming sessions

*Cost of minibus driver





To increase the range of physical activities on offer to pupils during PE lessons


*Identify staff CPD requirements

*Book appropriate training

*Include a Yoga sessions into weekly timetable

*Monitor the types of sports being taught

*Take feedback from pupils and parents about the range of sports offered

*Ensure more ‘after school clubs’ are sport orientated





*Staff questionnaire sent out (CPD)

*Training booked for staff

*PE planning monitored

*Questionnaires completed

*Parent feedback completed



*2 sets of x30 yoga mats for KS1/KS2 buildings



Spring /Summer Term


To Increase pupil participation in both intra and inter school competition

*Contact made with fixtures secretary

*Interest sent of inter-school competitions

*PE and after school clubs tailored to the inter-school competitions

*Set up intra-school competitions to take place at lunchtimes

*Ensure that a range of pupils participate in intra-school competitions



*A Hillbourne team is present at a variety of inter-school fixtures, competitions and tournaments-both competitive and non- competitive


*Payment to enter competitions

*Travel to cost

*Mini bus driver

*Purchase of team kit







To increase the profile of PE and physical activity.


*Participate in the Sainsbury’s ‘School Games Mark’ (Bronze)

*Pupils lead activities


*5% of students lead, manage and officiate School Games activity

*Pupil participation in intra-school competition increases


*Pupils attend training

*Complete School Games Mark application



Summer Term


To teach forest school activities

*Staff to be attend Forest School Training

*Staff to be covered in class to allow them to teach Forest School Activities

*To purchase all in one waterproofs so that activities can go ahead regardless of weather




*Forest School Training booked (Clare Green)

*Staff attend training

*Supply teachers booked

*Waterproofs bought


*Pupils participate in activities






*supply cover



Summer Term


To improve the sporting resources so that PE can be taught effectively


*Audit PE equipment

*Audit staff confidence of PE teaching

*Purchase new and PE equipment

*Provide training


*Audits completed

*New equipment purchased

*Staff training to take place



*Cost of new equipment

*Cost of training





To enhance quality of play at break and lunch times.

*Audit current playtime equipment

*Purchase new playground equipment where necessary

*Train MDSAs re:leading play


*Audit of current playtime equipment undertaken.

*Order new equipment.

*Book MDSAs on to play leaders course


*Cost of playground equipment

*Cost of the course for MDSAs





To increase opportunities for structured lunchtime play

*Increase the number of times that coaches from the ‘Junction’ come into school

*Coaches provide a range of sporting opportunities that will appeal to all pupils at some time


*Coaches booked for an hour for 5 days a week.

*Coaches lead activities in KS1 and KS2

*Coaches provide a range of sports to try

*Increased number of pupils playing at lunchtime break


Cost of coaches





To extend pupils experience of water sports activities

*Book water based activities for Years 4, 5 and 6

*Add dates to the diary


*Days booked for activities

*Pupils from Years 4, 5 and 6 have the opportunity to undertake a greater variety of water sport activities


CE/KS2 teachers

Cost of the activities

Yr 4-£500

Yr 5-£300

Yr 6-£400

Spring and Summer Term