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Hartside, County Durham Crook DL15 9NN

01388 766686

2015 - 2016 Action plan

Use of PE Grant at Hartside Primary School

In 2015 – 2016, Hartside Primary School received £8,599.00 in PE grant.  This was used in conjunction with other grants and funds from the school budget to raise standards in School Sport and Healthy living.

What do we want to achieve?

How will we achieve it?

How much will we spend?

What will the impact of our actions be?

To continue to raise standards in physical education and sporting ability

By increasing the number of opportunities for children to compete in school sports through intra and inter school competitions.

£1,000 (buses and supply staff)

Every child will have the opportunity to compete for their house team in an intra school competition.

To increase the number of children representing the school at Level 3 games from 32 to 35. 

By increasing the number of children from our school who qualify to represent the County at Level Three Games.

By providing Bal A Vis X intervention for children who make less than expected progress in school sport


(Training and equipment)

The number of children on track with PE in each cohort will have increased from an average of 75% to at least 80% in each class.

By continuing to provide intensive staff development and training and quality assuring its transition and impact in the classroom.

£2,500 (LA Training)

Staff will become knowledgeable in Cross-Curriculum planning, differentiation and inclusion planning and a sport tailored to their specific needs.  This will be measured through learning walks, data analysis and quality of learning outcomes.

To provide a wider range of after school activities for all children.

By increasing the number and improving the quality of links between school sport and external clubs and then showcasing these to the children.


Assemblies will be presented by Mrs Clarkson, advertising local sports clubs to gain interest and participation of the number of children attending out of school clubs, therefore the number of children taking part in competitive sport will increase from 31% to at least 35% and the number of children attending sport based after school clubs from 73% to at least 80%.

By increasing the number of children who attend after school clubs and activities.


To improve the quality of physical activity available in school.

By installing a MUGA onto the school field to improve the quality of PE lessons.


School PE lessons to be at least ‘good’ and in some cases ‘outstanding’.  This will be monitored through school self-evaluation.

Behaviour on the school grounds will continue to improve and the number of allegations of bullying will reduce.

By purchasing new teaching and learning resources to support the delivery of PE and school sport

By empowering teaching staff and PE apprentice to deliver high quality games and provide coaching at playtimes, before and after school.


To improve the overall fitness and health of children in school.

By arranging for children to have active sports days, such as Hula hoop event, Fencing, skipping etc.


Children’s fitness and health show improvement.

By teachers making cross-curricular links and adding exercise games to other lessons, e.g. aerobic times tables and Forest Schools Project

Children’ fitness and health show improvement.

By inviting parents to start an 8 week lifestyle course in school.


(Healthy refreshments)

Improve parents and children’s well-being by helping them become active, eat healthily and connect with others.

A whole school project around the 2016 Olympics in Rio

By encouraging staff to base a whole weeks planning around the Olympics


Provide children with knowledge of the world

Cross-curricular links made with PE.

Inspire children to take part in sport.

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