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Hartside, County Durham Crook DL15 9NN

01388 766686

2016 - 2017 School action plan



The table below illustrates how Hartside Primary School have spent the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding in 2016/17 as well as review and plan next steps.


Academic Year:
2016/ 2017

Total fund allocated:










PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

School Focus/ planned Impact on pupils

Actions to Achieve

Planned Funding

Actual Funding


Actual Impact (following Review) on pupils


Next Steps

1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles


Increase the time children are active outside the 2 hour PE curriculum time


Encourage healthy eating and encourage children to try different foods in Science


Ensure that 60% of pupils are achieving NC expectations at swimming before leaving primary school.

Participate in Active walk to school

PE Apprentice and sports crew to deliver lunch time and play time sports

Arrange for Big Chef, Little Chef (Healthy Eating) to deliver afterschool club

Arrange for children to have additional swimming lessons if not yet achieved NC level at end of year 5






















Active Walk to School data








Pupil voice



Increased the amount of exercise children do daily.

Increased fitness levels and children’s stamina noticed by teachers in other PE lessons.

Children taking responsibility for leading others – building confidence and independence


Encouraged children to make the right food choices. 


Unable to arrange for children to have extra swimming lessons due to pool timetable being occupied at all times.

% to be analysed each term on whole school tracking system – most active children awarded with badges. 


Analyse children’s stamina using bleep test or run a mile a day.


Sports Crew to deliver lunch time and play time sports effectively – provide bespoke training


Ideally - Member of staff to achieve Swimming Coach Certificate


Introduce a mile a day.

2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement



Improve the number of children reaching NC expectation


Improve the behaviour on the yard


Inspire children to take part in a sport and make links to around the world


Improve the number of SEN children reaching NC expectation

PE apprentice to take G&T or SEN groups during PE lessons


Make cross-curricular links (Olympics)


TA to deliver Bal-A-Vis X to SEN children


Purchase new equipment e.g. gymnastics beam, spring board, tennis balls































(Floor beam)


(Foam Spring board)


(Mesh holdall)



(Space markers and Foam javelins


£95.00 (Footballs)



Sports equipment invoices




Big Art


Pupil voice

Above 80% of the pupils in all classes reached NC expectation


Poor behaviour choices has increased, but this also  


Improvement in the majority of children working below NC expectations in other areas of the curriculum, e.g. handwriting due to improvement of core strength.

% to be analysed each term on year groups assessment data.


To maintain 80% of children reaching NC expectation.


Measurable playtime data to be analysed each term on whole school behaviour tracking system.




3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport


Enhance the quality and delivery of PE


Enable staff to feel more confident in their own ability to deliver a range of sport activities






Bespoke training


Audit of class confidences


£2,700 (DCC – portion of cost)


£2,700 (DCC – portion of cost)








Completed surveys

Teachers now feel more confident in delivering the sports they requested training. Therefore no further coaching will be required next year.


Lesson observations illustrate that teachers are now delivering lessons more confidently – See Year 5 dance lesson by Mr Pratt


Team teach


CPD & Bespoke training for Teachers who require it.


Cricket lessons will be delivered by Little Stars (cricket club) to create further links. 


American Football lessons will be delivered by a club to create further club links.

4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils


Increased the number of pupils participating in afterschool clubs

Increase school- community links

Sports coaches/ athletes motivate and inspire children



Taster sessions


Afterschool clubs


Representative from different clubs visit the school and talk to children.

Children join the club and develop skills in the sport.

£2,700 (DCC – portion of cost)


£2,700 (DCC – portion of cost)








Pupil voice



Every child across the school has had the option to take part in a sports based club this academic year

More children attending clubs outside of school


Taekwondo taster session has led to a high intake of pupils requesting to attend the afterschool club

Crook Cricket Club Assembly has led to children now attending ‘All Stars Cricket’

Arrange for more clubs to deliver afterschool clubs, rather than coaches.


Organise for year 5s and 6s to deliver lunch time and playtime sports.


Arrange for children from Parkside to deliver sports afterschool clubs.

5. increased participation in competitive sport


All pupils in EYFS, KS1 & KS2 have the opportunity to take part in a sports festival.


As transport funded more children able to attend competitions

Improved behaviour/attendance

Develop confidence

Increase participation

Activities for all to take part in.

Organise intra and inter school competitions


Arrange for pupils to participate in the Sainsbury’s School Games competitions – level 1, 2 and 3 and take A and B teams


Arrange or pupils to take part in the Football league competition


(DCC – portion of cost)













(Plus affiliation fee £25.00)

£2,700 (DCC – portion of cost)











£80.00 (Plus affiliation fee £25.00)









Pupil Voice


Analysed data

All pupils in KS1 & KS2 have had the opportunity to take part in a sports festival.


Transport has funded more children to be able to attend competitions

Improved attendance

Developed confidence

Increased participation

Activities for all to take part in

Continue to ensure that all pupils have the opportunity to take part in a sports festival.


% to be analysed each term on pupil participation in school competitive sports – see spreadsheet. 

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