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What is the Sports Premium? The government are providing funding to primary schools to improve sports provision. Each school receives £8,000 and an extra £5 per pupil. The funding can only be spent on sports and PE in schools.

Possible uses for the funding include:

  • hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE
  • new or additional Change4Life sport clubs
  • paying for professional development opportunities in PE/sport
  • providing cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE/sport
  • running sport competitions, or increasing participation in the school games
  • buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE/sport
  • providing places for pupils on after school sport clubs and holiday clubs.

At Snainton CE Primary we aim to use our Sports Premium budget to make the maximum impact on children’s achievement in Physical Education and School Sport in the following ways

  • Provide children with a wide range of Physical Education opportunities
  • Take part in both competitive and cooperative PE activities
  • Train a teacher to teach lessons, provide children with a wider range of opportunities and develop staff in the teaching of PE so that it becomes highly effective
  • Provide high quality resources
  • Assess pupil progress to ensure that high quality teaching is having an impact on improvement. To do this teachers and pupils work together to produce a PE Passport which provides a good picture of strengths and areas for improvement. Teachers also assess and make judgements during lessons and report to parents once a year.
  • Provide opportunities for all pupils take part in competitive and cooperative  activities in lessons, at lunchtime, after school, with cluster schools and within the Scarborough Sports Partnership
  • Provide high quality teaching in swimming with a qualified instructor and lifeguard enabling all children to swim 25m by the end of Year 6. This takes place in the Summer Term at Braeburn School Pool.
  • Have access to a high quality PE curriculum and to be challenged through the effective use of assessment and targets


The current years use of funding and its impact on pupils.

Key Objective and anticipated benefits.

Specific year group/key personnel to be targeted.

Proposed Provider

Costing (to

nearest £10.)

1. Provide high qualityPE teaching for all pupils.

A teacher has been contracted to the school with responsibility for teaching PE.. The teacher will teach PE and also train existing staff to improve skills throughout the school. Planning and assessment will be focused on a variety of activities based on 2014 National Curriculum requirements.



Pupils in all year groups

Mr Smith will provide PE teaching on Wednesdays and teachers will teach alongside to gain new skills.










2 Provide specialist swimmimg teaching for Year 5 and 6 initially and for Year 3 and 4 in the following year.

All children should leave school with the ability to swim 25m. We aim to ensure pupils leave us with confidence in water and the ability to swim a length of the pool in a chosen stroke.

Year 5 and 6

We will pay for the use of Braeburn Community School pool and a qualified swimming instructor and lifeguard. The pupils will have 7 sessions of swimming.

We will also pay for transport to and from the pool by coach.







3 Provide good quality equipment to improver provision in PE.

We wish to provide a broad experience in PE and therefore will strive to provide the equipment needed. This will enhance lessons and provide children with greater motivation to progress.

All pupils

We will purchase

  • High 5 netball equipment


We will ensure safety of equipment






4 provide transport for pupils to attend inter school competitions

Pupils should experience competitive events at all levels. Here they will learn resilience and teamwork which are essential skills for all learning.

All pupils

We will provide transport using coaches and minibuses, where possible this will be shared with cluster group.



5 Provide a range of Outdoor Adventurous Activities

This year we have further developed Wild Time which allows the children to take part in Outdoor Learning which demands a high level of fitness.

KS2 pupils

We will provide

Staff are planning resource spend currently.





Pupils taking part in extra-curricular activities (including after school clubs, events and competitions) 2015-2016

This year there has been a sports club each half term including football and netball.

Children have been involved in after school competitive events with local schools which have included football, athletics, Hi-5 netball and tag rugby.

This does not include Cluster Sports Days or Snainton School Sports Day, where all children take part in competitive sport. In KS2 girls are as likely as boys to take part in after school sports clubs.






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