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Grenoside Primary

Grenoside Primary School

Primary PE and Sports Premium

2019-2020 spending plan


‘Sports Premium’ is a funding package that was introduced by the government in 2013. This has provided schools with additional money to support the delivery of PE and sport and to promote healthy lifestyle choices in school.

This year, the funding is £16,000 plus £10 per pupil to spend on resources, CPD, specialist sports coaches and PE activities. We hope that this funding will continue to make a sustainable and lasting impact upon PE and sport at Grenoside.  Total amount  - £18,950


5 key indicators across which schools should demonstrate an improvement


Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA (Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity) being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Key Indicator

What will we do?

Why are we doing it?


Sustainability and next step

Key indicator 1,2

PE leaders training for children to take on leadership roles at lunchtimes.



To create a student work force which will assist and lead activities for younger children.  This will help us to support children in participating in 60 minutes of Physical Activity a day.


To create a sustainable programme of training and resources for future years.

Key indicator 1,4

Purchase any additional equipment required.


(Ongoing 2019-2020)

To support with ensuring teaching of P.E. is always good or better.


Ensure that resources are adequate for teachers to adhere to LTP created for each year group.




Allow staff to deliver quality PE lessons and to offer a broad curriculum for all children.

Key indicator 2

Cookery Club equipment set up

To support the setting up by purchasing equipment of an afterschool cookery club.  To introduce healthy eating to children and equipping children with the skills to learn how to prepare freshly cooked food.  This links into the healthy school rating we are pushing to achieve this year.  As part of Physical Education and healthy eating which is covered in the personnel.

£ 300

Promote healthy eating through school.

Key indicator 2,3

Sheffield Primary School PE and Sport conference.

To allow PE coordinator opportunity to network and share ideas for future work.  To learn about changes and initiatives within the city, as well as the region.  To develop a deeper understanding of the premium and the potential further impact whole school.


Pass on knowledge and keep up to date with current developments within the subject.

Key indicator 3,4

Yorkshire Schools Affiliation Package (Cricket)

To access 21 hrs cricket CPD for staff within school to upskill staff in the delivery of the sports and the links to other summer games.  Entry into KS1 Fun skills festival, Y3/4 boys and girls competition.  Build upon the club links with local cricket clubs to signpost children to out of school provision.


Upskill staff and increase confidence in delivery of cricket.

Key indicator 3,5

Yewlands PE support package

To support the CPD of KS 1 staff for dance activities to increase their knowledge and confidence in delivering the KS1 PE curriculum.

To support the CPD of 2 KS2 staff (1 NQT) in gymnastics through a rolling programme from last year.  This will increase confidence and knowledge in the delivery of the subject.


To also allow children from Y1 – Y6 the opportunity to take part in inter school competition and fun festivals as well as allowing the Y6 the opportunity to meet staff at Yewlands as part of transition to secondary school.


Upskill staff in increasing confidence in the delivery of PE.  To offer fun festivals and competitions for all year groups.

Key indicator


Entry into The School Games competitions. – Sport hall athletics, gymnastics, basketball, Orienteering, hockey.

To allow all children to access intra and inter school competition including inclusive activities.  Children are developing the school games values which link into our school 4 R’s.


To offer more competition to children.

Key indicator 4

Additional swimming


February – July 2020

This allows us to provide extra swimming to help ensure all children, regardless of special educational need or ability, have the best opportunity to meet national curriculum standards.  This will help ensure we have a high percentage of children to achieve ARE in PE.



Continue to help maintain our high success rate on achieving national curriculum targets.


Key indicator 5

Renewed membership with the Sheffield Federation for School Sports


September 2019

This gives us access to competitive events over the school year.  Examples of events include regular cross country, a football league, a netball league and primary schools athletics championships.



Continue to offer children opportunity to take part in competition.

Key indicator 1,2,3,4

Imoves  annual subscription

To help increase the physical activity of children within school.  The subscription will give CPD to staff in the activities of OAA, Pilates, Dance and Gymnastics.  It will give access to teaching active lessons in maths, English, geography, science.  It also includes mental health and wellbeing resources for children.


Collate feedback from staff about the use of brain breaks, to see if active lessons have been successful. To increase a bank of resources available to staff.

Key indicator 1,2,3,4,5

Employed a specialist P.E. teacher



To develop extra-curricular opportunities at all ages through planning and delivery of sessions.

Linking in clubs to correspond with upcoming inter school competitions.


Offer opportunity for less active children to participate during and after school, to offer support to the teaching of PE to all staff.  To create school links to clubs.


Written by:  J Wilkinson

Date: September 2019