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PE and Sport


Sport Premium


What is Sport Premium?

Sport Premium is an amount of money which the government has agreed to allocate to schools for the past three academic years (2014-17). The funding amount schools receive is based upon the number of children of primary age the school has at Jan. of that year. The sport premium is to be used to

Increase the quality & breadth of PE & Sport provision, and increasing participation in PE & Sport.


At Deaf Hill Primary we strive to promote healthy and active lifestyles and aim to provide sporting opportunities for all our pupils.


The 2015 -16 Sport Premium funding for Deaf Hill Primary was £ 8,391


The money was used for:


  1)  £5000 - Investing in the Easington School Sport Partnership Service Level Agreement.

This provides the school with the following:

  • Liaise with the school to develop an annual bespoke P.E. & Sport action plan
  • Providing curriculum support and high quality CPD for teachers, teaching assistants, NQT’s, team teaching, twilights, professional development days etc.
  • Provision of High Quality Coaching support across a variety of sports
  • An organised annual programme of competitions/tournaments/festivals in addition to the National School Games
  • Participation, inclusion and excellence opportunities
  • Identifying the gifted & talented children in P.E & Sport
  • Provision of an after-school activity in every term in a variety of sports
  • SSP Network meetings to support PE Co-ordinators / PLTs in their role developing PE & sport within their school
  • Identifying opportunities for young leaders to practise their skills through volunteering in schools
  • Assistance in the process of applying for national ‘School Games Mark’ status for High Quality Provision of P.E. & School Sport
  • Promotion and development of links to local sports club
  • Sustain and grow the network of Change4life clubs
  • Central co-ordination of school sport programmes in SSP area
  • Use of KS1/KS2 Mini –gym equipment
  • P.E Health Check


   2)  £6,300 - Investing in Mr. Football.

This provides the school with the following:

  • Level 2 coach in school one day per week delivering Fundamental skills and movement to all children in our two year old provision, Early Years and KS1
  • Bespoke sessions for specific children who need gross motor skill development
  • A lunchtime girls football club
  • An after school football club for KS2 children
  • Curriculum support and high quality CPD for teachers, teaching assistants and NQT’s             

  The School has also utilised funding on the following:


   3)    Purchase school P.E clothing and school sport kit

   4)    Updated P.E Equipment to support curriculum and OSH delivery

   5)    Booking transport to ensure children access all competitions and festivals


.The Sport Premium Funding has impacted our school in the following ways:

  • Successfully up-skilling and training of school teachers and teaching assistants in the delivery
  • of P.E in the school curriculum. Staff attending INSET training appropriate to their needs.
  • Increased levels of participation across KS1 &KS2 through attending many different festivals
  • and competitions across the local district and county competitions.
  • Targeted less active children by running a Change4life club, running alongside the FISCH project, providing support for these pupils and entering all SEND competitions
  • Equipment purchased has allowed staff to deliver high quality lessons and after school programmes

All this impact is reflected in the Award of School Games Mark – GOLD for the past three years based on the following achievements: 

  • Young peoples’ participation is tracked
  • Having a calendar of competitions and festivals for everyone including SEND
  • A highly visual school P.E noticeboard
  • All pupils access at least two hours P.E every week
  • 93% pupils engaged in extracurricular activity
  • School promotes sporting activity to parents and the local community in newsletters, results, match reports, and the school website
  • The school has entered ‘B’ teams in at least 6 competitions over the past year
  • The school has entered ‘C’ teams in 2 competitions over the past year
  • 19% of pupils have been involved in leading, managing and officiating over the year
  • The school has a sports organising committee
  • Sports coaches are utilised both in/out of curriculum time and this has led to the school having established links with 8 local sports clubs



Please click this link to view the PE and Sport Premium 2013-14

Please click this link to view the PE and Sport Premium 2014-15

Please click this link to view the PE and Sport Premium 2015-16