Sports Premium

Sports Premium Funding:   Expenditure April 2017 – April 2018

The Sports Premium is awarded to schools to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport.  This is for the benefit of primary-aged pupils to give them the opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle.  Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6.  At Oakhill Primary school, our physical education vision aims to encourage all pupils to adopt a healthy lifestyle that is enjoyable and fulfilling in order to raise their attainment, extend their potential and develop a lifelong active lifestyle.

In 2017 to 2018 we received a total of £16,000, approximate costing has been identified on the plan below.

Total Expenditure to date:           £17,110. 63

Overspend:                                        £1,110.63 (carried over from previous budget)

We are required to publish how many pupils within Year 6 cohort are meeting the National Curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m;  use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. 

Of the current Year 6 class of 14 children, 11 children meet this requirement (approx. 79%)




Key Priorities


To improve the fitness levels and general health of children within the school


To give all access to a variety of different sports and physical activities


To promote fitness and healthy eating  as part of everyday life











After School Clubs


Children to have access to a range of sporting activities that are beyond their usual experience – archery, street dance, rugby, hockey, zorb ball, football coaching.




Increased interest in sport – 100% uptake of places available.

Increased fitness levels for children (measured – 48% of children at expected rate of fitness in September, 73% in January.


Lunchtime PE staff

The Golden Mile – fitness programme


Increase the levels of fitness in the children through providing sport and fitness activities at lunchtime.





Increased level of fitness (as above).


Gymnastics equipment


Ensure that PE lessons are appropriately resourced.




Gymnastics equipment has been updated and old mats replaced. All equipment now meets current standards.


PlayMakers – Lunchtime Fitness Club


Increase fitness levels. Increase participation in sport.

Develop team building and leadership skills.




Year 5 and 6 have become role models and lead activities for younger children.

More children are participating in sport at lunchtimes.


Curriculum Training for Staff


Improve curriculum knowledge and teaching of PE for all staff.




Training not yet completed – we aim that by July 2018 all staff will teach PE to a Good Standard.


Fruity Friday – weekly fresh fruit


Provide opportunities to try new experiences. Raise awareness of the need for a healthy diet.




Children experienced a range of fruits that they had previously never tasted.


ACTION PLAN 2017-18 


Action (action taken by).


Milestones of


To increase

children’s levels of fitness across the school.

Measure children’s fitness levels (Premier). Analyse results and share with staff (Caroline).

Introduce lunchtime walking club (Pete).

Introduce ‘and implement ‘The Golden Mile’ across the school (Caroline/Premier).

Monitor progress of this weekly through Golden Mile monitors. Celebrate miles achieved in assemblies (Golden Mile Monitors).

Measure children’s fitness levels termly to monitor progress/improvement in fitness (Caroline/Premier).

Breakfast Fitness club to be run during the Summer term, offering a variety of fitness fun activities (Premier).

September 2017


September 2017

October 2017 Weekly

March 2018 and

June 2018

May 2018

In September 2017, 49% of children across the school were not at expected fitness level for their age. By March 2018, this to increase to over 60%, and by June 2018 to

over 70%.

To increase participation in exercise, sport and competitive activities.

Half-termly after school clubs to be delivered by Premier, offering a variety of different sports and activities (Premier staff).

After school sports activities also offered by school staff (all staff). Introduce and implement ‘Play Buddies’ (Premier/Caroline).

Staff member from Premier to lead and train children in delivering sports activities across the school during lunchtime (Premier).

Through observations and pupil interviews/questionnaires, monitor effectiveness of lunchtime provision - assess uptake/popularity/impact upon behaviour. Evaluate and adjust practice accordingly.



Half termly November 2017 Daily from November 2017


February 2018 and

April 2018

Uptake of after school club sports activities to increase to 100% by spring term 2018.

Lunchtimes to be an active and enjoyable time of the day.

To improve the quality of teaching across the school, so that the teaching of PE is Good.

Meet with representative from Premier (Caroline) Implement new planning scheme across the school. (Caroline)

Premier staff (PE Specialist) to teach PE lessons across the school; teachers to observe. (All teachers).

Teachers to team teach with PE Specialist (all teachers).

September 2017

January 2018

January 2018


February 2018

March 2018

By Summer term 2018, teaching of PE across the school to be Good in all year groups.




PE Coordinator to observe PE lessons and analyse any remaining areas of weakness (Caroline).

Allocate remaining funding for support from PE Specialist (Caroline).


Spring term 2018


To increase participation in competitive sport.

Dodgeball competition between staff and children (Caroline). Dodgeball competition between Oakhill and Hanburys Farm (Caroline). Interschool’s football competition (Caroline).

Participate in District Sports Competition (Caroline).

December 2017

January 2018

March 2019

June 2018

School to offer increased opportunities to participate in competitive sport.



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