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Sports Premium Funding


The government has provided funding of £150 million per annum to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school Head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

Each school in 16/17 received £8,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year (starting 2013). We received £9150. Money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools. The money will be used so that all children benefit regardless of their sporting ability.


Purpose of the funding


All schools have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but there is freedom to choose how we do it. At AYJS we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. In addition, we believe that an innovative and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all children. Therefore we have prioritised our spending into three main areas:

  1. Continue all teaching staffs’ development across PE.
  2. Renew necessary resources for curriculum and extra-curriculum use.
  3. Enhance the variety of sporting opportunity for all children


How we spent our funding in 16/17 along with the impact it had on our children



Spent on...



Sports Partnership


£3246 per annum

Regular inter-school sporting competitions. Staff mentoring with specialist PE coaches for staff. Leadership training for PE subject leader


Playground markings


All pupils to use


Water polo


Each class- at least one water polo session. Plus after school club for Y5/6

Tennis and badminton nets


Teaching resource

Primary football registration

£50.00 per annum

Year 5/6 football teams



Each class- one session during School Sports Week


Repairs to equipment


Teaching resource


York City Knights Rugby

£300 x 3

6 sessions of 2hrs coaching of tag rugby. Teacher CPD workshop, appearance from a Knight’s player. Tickets to fixtures. 4 interactive healthy living sessions. Work with Sports Council for 5 sessions. York Heritage 5 wk block. Maths workshops x 5.

Sports For School

£350 per annum

Resources for playtime and curriculum time.

Sports For School


GB athlete in to run a circuit for all pupils. Showcase assembly for all children. Money returned after sponsorship. Remaining balance £46

Chance To Shine- Cricket

£250 x 2

18hrs worth of sessions for pupils. Teacher CPD. 50 tickets for Yorkshire cricket.



New resources for teaching and children. Including Playground Leaders resources, footballs, bibs, bags, cones and balls

Teacher Training


British Gymnastics Award scheme coaching for schools. Street and Tri-golf Award. Tennis and Dance Awards.

Coach to Athletics Final

£200 x 2

20 pupils transported to and from Catterick for the Athletics Final

Orienteering map update


All pupils to use during PE lessons

School Sports Week


Premier Sport Coaches providing Tchoukball sessions for Year 4 and 5.

Tennis rackets


36 new tennis rackets of varies sizes. To be used in PE lessons.

Tennis Coaching


Specialist curriculum time coaching for Year 3 pupils.

Girls’ cricket tournament- mini bus to Knaresborough

£250 x 3

Yearly tournament to Knaresborough- taking 14 years 5/6 girls.

Autism in Sport Course


Day course CPD for AR. Inclusion in sport.

Two full football kits



To be used by all football teams.

Golden Mile Training


2 x training sessions for 10 sports leaders from Year 5 and 6.

Supply cover


Cover for AR (when not covered in house) to attend sporting fixtures/competitions/finals/training

Sports Day resources


Nerf balls, tug of war ropes, sacks and medals

Cycle Coaching Day


Day of cycling activities with Phil Bateman. Year 5 and 6 classes.

York City Foundation


Futsall sessions for Year 5 pupils.





In 17/18 the funding amounts to £16,000 with an additional £10 per pupil. We will therefore receive £18,500 for this academic year.


Plan for 2017/18 and spending so far

Spent On

Cost 17/18









  Annual Sports Partnership              charge at York High


Regular inter-school sporting competitions.





Staff mentoring with specialist PE coaches for staff





Leadership training for PE subject leader



  Repairs to Equipment


Annual inspection of PE equipment available for pupil play



  Primary Football Registration


Year 5/6 football teams



  Alliance Programme


York City Knights Rugby - Delivery of programme to Y5 & Y6



  York Girls Football Participation    Fee


Total Sports York Girls Football Primary League 2017



  Teacher CPD Courses:- Golf


Training courses & supply cover for staff development



                                               Dance & Tennis


Expand the sports provision available to pupils



  Football Kit


For all pupils



  Yorkshire Cricket Board


Chance to Shine Programme- Coaching



  Sports Medals


Acknowledge Achievements



  Golden Mile


Sports Council -



  Sports Equipment:-Tennis Balls


To improve the quality of PE Teaching, sporting ability and levels of enthusiasm of the children.



                                        Cone     Markers





                                   Mesh Ball        Sacks





                                   Slalome          Poles





                                     Plastic          Hockey sets





                                     White          Football










                                     Various        Sports Bibs





                                     Heart          Model





  Supply Cover for sporting events:


Allow school staff to co-ordinate sporting fixtures, galas & other events



  Cross Country


Allow attendance at sporting finals & galas with pupils























  Activities Week





  Sports co-ordinating time to          organise alternative sporting          activities, additional team              fixtures & events, organise extra    carricular clubs & activities


Provision of extensive range of sporting activities providing opportunity for all pupil's strengths and abilities





1 7/18 Academic Year Total Spend    to Date



Projects In Planning


















Cricket Practice Net Facilities = £9,100




Sports Co-ordinator Mobile = £440

Total for the year = £18,567.91







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