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Hartside, County Durham Crook DL15 9NN

01388 766686

2017 - 2018


The table below illustrates how Hartside Primary School intend to spend the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding this academic year as well as continually review and plan next steps. This provision is subject to ongoing change and review over this and next academic year. The PE and school Sports premium funding will be used in conjunction with other grants and funds from the school budget to continue to raise standards in curriculum PE, school sport and physical activity (PESSPA).


Academic Year: 2017/ 2018

Total fund allocated: £ 14,062.00










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







Review of daily physical activity with a view to increasing physical movement across a school day.























Dancing Friday’s

Educate and increase and support pupils knowledge and understanding of safety at school and in PESSPA activity (keeping themselves and others safe)

Sports crew to deliver lunch time and play time sports

New gym playground equipment to be timetabled into the playground rota.

More than 3 sports after school clubs to be delivered each week

Deliver healthy eating option during reward time

Introduce the daily mile. (creative links to wider curriculum e.g. data handling)

Healthy eating and keeping a healthy lifestyle to be taught across Science, DT and PSHE.

Staff to reflect on physical activity / movement within other curriculum areas (highlight any examples)

Subject leader to create audit with a view to decreasing long terms sedentary. (Creative curriculum)  

All children take part in the Big First Aid.

Staff updated on PE policy links to safety and safe guarding.

Mr Pratt to deliver dancing session over a Friday lunch time after purchasing new PA system

Purchase of x2 interactive Active Walls




















£373.80 for playground equipment







































































Pupil voice




Big First Event Show Case


Children are more active at playtimes.


Children are enjoying using playground equipment.


It has reduced behavioural issues on the yard.








Children understand which foods are healthy and how we can stay fit and healthy.











Used Youth Sports Trust timetable to reflect on movement within other curriculum areas. Now staff are attempting to make their lessons less sedentary, e.g. science lessons taught outside. Topic lessons are being with movement – Simon says show me emergent layer, canopy layer, understory etc.


New policy issued by Mr Laws via email. However, Kate still working on hers.


Children more active over lunch times.




This is to engage the children who love technology and to encourage them to become more active. This will also be used in PE lessons, to assess fitness levels and to aid gross motor skills.

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 in KS1 and KS2


Improve the number of children reaching swimming NC expectation


Improve the number of SEN 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


Improved attendance in school


Continue leadership pathways, e.g. developing young sports leaders and links to secondary school

School to look into taking part in Maths Active, where children become more active during Maths lessons. Looked into Youth Sports Trust Activ Maths – approx. £2,000 for package – need to speak to FT

Teachers to attend STEP differentiation training

Teachers to complete ASA swimming certificate. Continue to maximise swimming time through the use of school staff in addition to swimming coach.

Purchase new equipment playground equipment


Young sports leaders trained to deliver afterschool clubs.




























School data









Pupil voice


Ongoing swimming data and end of year group assessment


Look at CPOMs




TA now delivering swimming lessons to half of the class, therefore all the children can access the pool for the full hour, which will increase the number of children reaching NC expectation in swimming.


Sports leaders are now confident at delivering playground games and hosting intra-school competitions. Previous school leavers now returning to Hartside to deliver afterschool clubs, e.g. a netball club has been delivered this year under the supervision of Mrs Clarkson.


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



Wear Valley CPD:

Subject Leader ship development, Advanced invasion games, ASA National Curriculum Training (on waiting list), Formative assessment in PE, more able gymnastics, Fundamental movement, Striking & fielding, embedding STEP into differentiation.


Subject Leader to attend county network meetings and specialist subject leader work with county advisor.


Coaching from club coaches

Local Cricket Club delivering a series of lessons to year 3 and 4 classes


Bespoke training x2 with county advisor


X1 intra school competition support for each year group


Audit of class confidences


Team teaching













Completed surveys


WV&T SLA contract


CPD record


WV&T Festival Calendar


School Games Calendar


Team teach planning with Year 4 teacher in September

Subject feels confident in her role and is ensuring that she is providing and delivering up-to-date information.


Subject Leader is gaining a substantial amount of knowledge and experience whilst acting in an advisory role.


The coaching from other clubs has provided class teachers with the knowledge and rules of the games and how to deliver them successfully.


















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


Breakfast club coach to deliver sports activities every morning.


Children to be able to use the outdoor gym creatively, independently and safely.


Year 5 and 6 residential

Taster sessions

Little Stars Cricket Club to of Taster Session to KS1


Afterschool clubs (x3 each term)


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

Children join the club and develop skills in the sport.


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


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

Taekwondo Coach

Gymnastics Coach


Arrange for children from Parkside to deliver sports afterschool clubs.

Netball club delivered by BI


Teachers to demonstrate how to use the outdoor gym effectively.


Year 6 and 5 - Opportunity to participate in broader physical activities









Pupil voice




Observe children using outdoor gym equipment correctly and safely.


Residential list


Several school children now attend Little Stars Cricket Club and others have used active holiday clubs which have been posted on Class Dojo.





Sports Leaders deliver lunch time and play time sports.


Increase fitness level and helping children to stay active.




5. increased participation in competitive sport


All pupils in EYFS, KS1 & KS2 have the opportunity to take part in an intra (level 1) sports festival.


All pupils in EYFS, KS1 & KS2 have the opportunity to take part in an inter (level 2) 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

(Intra: Tag Rugby, dance/ gymnastics, Netball, Tennis, Sport Day/ Inter Tag Rugby Festival Y4, Dance/Gymnastics Festival Rec/Y2, Netball/Hockey Festival Y5, Tennis Festival Y6, Cricket Festival Y3, Multi Skills Festival KS1, Athletics Festival KS1)


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


Successful pupils to attend Level 3 County inter competition pathways.


Arrange for buses to fund events.


Purchase new football kit with new logo.


£1599.99 buses – additional to be added.













































Pupil Voice


Analysed data


School Calendar of events


Sainbury School games calendar


WV&T calendar

KS2 have all completed at least 2 intra school competitions for their house teams.



All children across the school have had the opportunity to take part and experience a level 2 competition and they have thoroughly enjoyed it.


All footballers thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the football league competition. Over the months their skills and team work developed tremendously.














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