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Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium
School Name: Stoneyholme Community Primary


The funding has been provided to ensure impact against the following OBJECTIVE:          

To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must lead to long lasting impact against the vision (above) that will live on well beyond the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.           

It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 6 key indicators:


  1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. increased participation in competitive sport and transition into community sport
  6. Improved collaboration and growth of local network including local partners and external agencies





Key priorities to date:

Key achievements/What worked well:

Key Learning/What will change next year:


  • Improve Physical Literacy for KS1



  • Achieve School Games mark – GOLD



  • Establish Sports Crew



  • Develop Orienteering





  • Develop opportunities for pupils to learn to lead in lessons – Year 5&6



  • Wider variety of extra-curricular clubs offered



  • Increase number of SEN events attended









  • Improved skill level of pupils – hand eye coordination, balance, and agility.  


  • Achieved GOLD School Games mark.



  • Sports Crew focused on leading lunch time activities for KS1.


  • All years 3, 4, 5 & 6 experienced. Pupils really enjoyed it, and they now feel more confident taking part. Map skills have improved.


  • Teachers reported an increase on pupil’s confidence.



  • 21 clubs per week – 78% of pupils attended extracurricular clubs.



  • Pupils really enjoyed the opportunity to take part in these events. Improved confidence and self-esteem.


  • Focus on active 30 minutes for all pupils.


  • Apply for GOLD School Games mark (second year)


  • Develop roles of Sports Crew.



  • Embed into curriculum and extend to year 2.



  • Extend to year 4.



  • Maintain this programme.


  • Increase the number of Change 4 Life clubs.


The table below highlights what our key priorities have been over academic year 2016-17 and reflects on what we achieved.



Academic Year:

Total fund allocated:


PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

School Priority/Impacton 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

Active 30 minutes for all pupils





Increase opportunities for pupils to be active 30 minutes per day:

Before school daily activities: open to all.


Maintain x-curricular programme: 1 club per key stage per night

Lunchtimes: 3 clubs covering each key stage per day.


Fixed fitness machines on each playground – rota operates at breaktime/lunchtimes to allow access to all pupils.









C4L: Sports Crew will deliver lunchtime activities for targeted pupils,

particularly girls. KS1 “hot and sweaty club”, target: obese pupils.





1K per day to be introduced for KS1 and KS2. This will incorporate working at personal best.





























Take part in a digital pilot using wearable technology – motivate, incentivise and monitor activity.















































SSP buy in

























£1100 + Watch Straps £371.78

Total = £1471.78










X-curricular plan, rotas and lesson plans.



x-curricular plan




Rota plan in place in every year group unit.











Rota plan in place.









Rota plan in place. Map of the world in the hall which indications km’s travelled.































X2 sets of Vivoki Garmins Purchased. Year 5 took part in the pilot scheme.  

Before school, during(lunchtime) and after school activities.



26 clubs per week – 82% of children attended clubs throughout the year.

The gym equipment has proved immensely popular and is used every playtime and lunchtime by all children on a rota basis.  We have seen a big increase in fitness and attitude towards physical activity/ education in sport.


Sports Crew attended young leader training which enabled them to have a greater confidence in delivering sporting activities to our younger pupils.



This year we have introduced the 1K a day challenge.  All children in school take part in running at least 1KM every week.  Sports Crew marshal the run, measuring the distance each child runs. This is collected by each class teacher and handed to sports staff who collate the distance travelled in total each week. Right around the school hall we have a map of the world with key destinations and landmarks.  Every week the running man is moved to visually show the distance we have travelled as a school.  When we hit significant landmarks the children are all invited to have a special healthy lunch tasting foods from that particular country, to celebrate their achievements.


Stoneyholme took part in a Burnley wide digital pilot activity using Garmin Vivoki devices (ANTS). The aim of the scheme is to enhance physical activity in children.  We chose all 60 children from year 5 to take part. All children had an ANT that tracks their steps and active hours, children were then rewarded with certificates and incentives i.e. cinema tickets, gift vouchers and even a bike for most improved step count, highest step count etc. Our children have shown a real commitment to keeping moving and have won several vouchers and one child beat other schools to win a £100 Asda voucher.

Sustain these programmes into 18/19.


Sustain programmes into 18/19 – main focus is to target girls in year 3, 4, 5 & 6 to attend more after school activities.

Maintain rota plans and focus on children achieving personal bests.






Sustain into 18/19.





Sustain in to 18/19. Target to travel further within the academic year.
















Take part in the programme in 2018/2019 and choose a different year group to take part. Software will be bought which enables us to track the programme as a school. 

2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Maintain PE profile

Apply for School Games Mark in summer term.



Apply for YST Quality Mark, with SSCo support.
















School Games Mark achieved. (Gold) Second year running.

Raised Profile of PE.

Sustain Gold Mark – achieve for third year running.




Achieve YTS quality mark in 2018/2019.

3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport


Increase knowledge and skills of staff in teaching PE

Access CPD programme through Burnley SSP as and when needed.






Access specialist coaches through SSP to work alongside class teachers: Dance and Netball.





Develop OAA; Orienteering. Introduce basic orienteering to Y2 with SSCo support.





Develop opportunities for pupils to “learn to lead” in lessons with Y4. SSCo to support.


Provide support to staff when delivering practical aspects of Active Maths programme.



SSP buy in + £312












SSP buy in











SSP buy in






SSP buy in








CDP timetable from SSP.







Burnley Leisure and Sandersons Dance coaches have delivered dance and netball activities.


Lesson plans Y2 – Y6






Lesson plans Y4, 5 & 6



Lesson Plans: Reception – Y6

Balanaceability course attended by x2 Sports Coaches.

Support from BSSP for team teaching and delivery of Sports Crew training.

Fundamental Skills CPD accessed by x1 Sports Coach.



Pupils really enjoyed the sessions. Staff gained increase of knowledge in subject areas.




Staff were able to develop additional resources for pupils. Y2 pupils really enjoyed OAA, this helped to gain confidence with map reading skills and problem solving activities.


Teachers have reported an increase in pupils confidence.



Each staff member in school has access to the Maths of the Day website by individual logins. Sports Coach supports staff in organisation/delivery of sessions. Pupils really enjoy taking part in the maths of the day sessions, teachers report that is a really engaging tool to get all pupils involved physically and mathematically. 

Sustain the CPD access through BSSP and look for sports coaches to attend archery, dance and gymnastic courses.






Embed in to PE curriculum and work with coaches in 18/19.




Embed into PE curriculum fulltime.







Extend to Year 3




Continue in 18/19. Buy into Maths of the Day programme for second year running.


4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Engage all children through a varied sports programme and increase range of activities offered to pupils.










Access school sport coaching programme through SSP to widen extra curricular programme: Rugby, Netball.



Enrichment programme offers new sports KS2: Tae-Kwando, Skiing, balanceablity. KS1: Ballet. All pupils at KS1 and Y3 have opportunity to experience Ballet.





























Balanceability equipment, 10 bikes, 1 scoot bag and helmets



Wider variety of x-curricular clubs: Baseball, Handball and Dance.





Three additional staff helping with x-curricular clubs. These staff given guidance/support as and when needed.


SSP buy in








£946 Ballet exams


£4200 Taekwondo, exam and belt and body image













































Enrichment timetable (whole year)




























x-curricular timetable

The new sports delivered increased numbers participating in x-curricular clubs. 26 Clubs offered throughout the week.



Ballet: 124 children have gained UKCA Ballet Intro Level 1 (Sandersons Dance School)

Street Dance: 60 children have gained UKCA Hip Hop Level 1 (Sandersons Dance School)

Tae Kwon-Do: 94 children awarded 10th Kup (white belt), with Phil Downing (Taekwondo School of Excellence)

Balanceability: 57 EYFS awarded level 1, (

Balanceability: 182 KS1 children awarded level 2, (

Skiing: 186 children gained Basic Skills for level 1 (Ski Rossendale)



See above




The new sports delivered increased numbers participating in x-curricular clubs. 26 Clubs offered throughout the week.






Staff worked alongside Sports Coach and now feels more confident and competent to deliver activities.

Sustain x-curricular programme into 18/19.








Sustain programme into 18/19  







































Maintain in 18/19. Add in different extracurricular activities such as archery and curling.





Staff now able to deliver own clubs in 18/19.

5. increased participation in competitive sport

More pupils given opportunity to participate in competition at intra and inter school.

Access cluster competitions delivered by SSCo to give “new” participants an opportunity to represent school.




Develop B and C teams.









Attend developmental festivals  including C4L and inclusion events to engage least active children and children with SEND.





Develop cluster league of events Intra school competitions: KS1 and 2 to participate in competition on rota, with each year to have one intra school event.


SSP buy in



Team sheets, letters to parents and parental reply slips.



Team sheets








Team sheets, letters to parents.





Cluster meetings organised and attended at Stoneyholme.Team sheets, letters to parents.

Competitions entered in 10 different sports.







Attended three B team competitions and two C team competitions. Pupils gained greater confidence and self-esteem attending.










Attended four SEND competitions and 1 C4L competition. Targeted 10 pupils who gained greater confidence and self-esteem from attending.



Stoneyholme hosted three cluster events: Orienteering, Rounders and Athletics. Seven cluster schools attended - a total of 144 children taking part.

Sustain competition programme into 18/19.







Attend four B team and three C team competitions in 18/19.













Attend five SEND competitions and two C4L competitions in 18/19.





Set up a Summer League in 18/19. League will be hosted at Stoneyholme and results will be placed on Stoneyholmes website.

6.  Improved Collaboration and growth of local networks

Buy into local SSP to ensure continuity and growth of local infra-structure.  Universal offer for pupils and coordinated support package

Over 120 competitions and festivals (includes 22 free SG events)

  • SSCo support – specialist PE teacher who will work with school to support PE lead and upskill teachers.


  • CPD courses


  • Play leader training, young ambassador training and C4L champions training.


  • Gifted and Talented provision.


  • School Sport Coaching programme (35 hours)


  • Tots on Tyres Cycling programme for Early Years.


  • Network support for PE leads and Head Teachers


  • YST Membership enabling school to link with national network



Travel £250



Competition calendar



Stoneyholme attended 26 competitions in 17/18 (across 10 different sports)

Sustain in 18/19 – target to attend 30 competitions.






Completed by: C.Salkeld                                             Review Date: November 2019