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PE and Sport at Our Lady and Saint Peter


Sport Premium


Taken from the DfE website

The Government provides funding to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. This 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. The sport funding can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.


Purpose of the funding

Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.  


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Sports Premium 2016 - 2017

Area of focus




To develop staff skills and confidence in identified areas of PE


Staff from Tigers Trust to work alongside staff to deliver lessons to pupils in all year groups.


4 members of staff attended invasion games training.


4 members of staff (one a student teacher) attended and achieved their FA Primary Teachers’ Award. (2 through Tigers trust and 2 through the FA)


2 staff attended CPD courses on Active Maths and Active EnglishS Pratley (PLT) to attend SSP meetings Sports Conference

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Children’s basic multi-skill levels to increase.

Teachers’ ability to deliver a wider range of skills and activities with improved subject knowledge and confidence.


Staff to use the sessions and lesson plans provided as CPD. Each teacher worked under guidance for five sessions and then implemented what they had learnt in a sixth session.

Increase the number of afterschool clubs available.

Extra out of school clubs were run by Tigers Trust staff for younger age groups – Benchball for Y3 / 4 and Multi-skills for Y1 / 2.


Bridlington Rugby Club ran two after school Tag Rugby Clubs for KS1 and KS2 as well as supporting Friday enrichment Rugby sessions.


TA leading the out of school netball club


Parent Governor leading two football clubs – Y1 – 3 and Y 4 – 6.


Teacher leading Yoga club for less active children

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Greater percentage of children doing more physical activity out of school hours as well as joining local clubs. (Create links with local clubs)

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To increase participation levels in competitive sport and the healthy activity of pupils


Increase the number of opportunities for pupils to represent school.

Provide different sporting opportunities within the curriculum.


To increase the number of girls participating in sport.









To increase enjoyment and promote value of sport across the school.


To increase pupil voice across the school.

Affiliation to the School Sports Partnership competition program


Sports Award badges for participation



Competed in The Tigers Trust competitive Sports Program.


Collapsed Curriculum Day by Tigers Trust held for intra-competitions between House Teams


Visit to KCOM Stadium and AIRCO Arena including an afternoon of multi-skills activities by Y 5 / 6, run by Tigers Trust.


Half-term slot of Chance to Shine Cricket sessions with Y 3 / 4.


Half-term slot of football sessions run by FA coach Sam Hardy for EY / Y1.


Entry into the Catholic Schools Cup competition – 1 boys team and 1 girls team (joint with partner school St Georges)

Entry into the Netball League for weekly competitive matches.


Training of Play Leaders leading to them running lunchtime clubs and setting examples to younger children.

Roary the Tiger (Hull City AFC mascot) visiting school.

Tigers Trust Values assemblies

Setting up of and running Sports Council meetings (time out of class)   Badges for Sports Council                                                                                            All children who wish to participate in the Bikeability program



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The percentage of children involved in SSP/TT competitive sport this year has been: Y3 – 60%, Y4 – 41%, Y5 – 77%, Y6 – 77%.

Children reaching an increased number of Level 2 and 3 finals.


6 children receiving awards in The SSP Annual Award evening


Greater percentage of children doing more physical activity out of school hours as well as joining local clubs. (Create links with local clubs)


Raise the profile of female sport and increasing participation levels.






To understand and value the benefits of high quality P.E and sport, including its use as a tool for whole school improvement.



New wall apparatus equipment bought for the hall.


Netball court marked out on playground.


Football and athletics marking used on the field.


New multi – use sports wall installed in the playground.




Sport Premium Statement - The School Sport Partnership


Local School Sport Partnership Membership:

  • Part of a large and long established PE and School Sport Network including partnership wide planning meetings and cluster meetings
  • Online access for PE and School Sport resources via
  • Funded membership with the Youth Sport Trust for access to National CPD and online resources
  • Access to a broad range of locally organised inter school competition through our School Sports Coordinator
  • A CPD programme for teachers including whole school training
  • One to one guidance on curriculum, intra competition, leadership, digital media, 30 Minutes government target and school to club links
  • Annual Awards Ceremony to provide recognition in PE and Sport for pupils of all levels
  • SSP Stars Academy Programme for pupils that excel in Physical Education
  • Inset coaching and professional development sessions delivered by East Riding Sports Development
  • Further opportunities via SSP NGB investment (Golf, Volleyball, Cricket, Panathlon)