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Church Hill Infant School

Sports Premium 2017-18

Expenditure and Impact of Sports Premium Grant for 2017-18

Our grant income for this academic year is £17,760.

We intend to use our Sports Premium Grant in similar ways as previous years, with impact monitored by our P.E. coordinator. However as the grant has been doubled this year we have been able to provide a broader range of sports interventions to benefit our children, full details of how we plan to spend the grant and its intended impact are detailed below: 

What we did Actual Impact Cost

Increased participation in competitive sport

  • Charnwood Sports Partnership Membership
  • Access to the dance festival with Jumpstart Into Community Dance
  • Dance development day for KS1
  •  Multi skills competitions
  • A team spirit was promoted. Children were proud to be part of the Church Hill team.
  • Confidence to perform independently without adult lead
  • Developing a commitment to working as a team and representing the school
  • Memorising dance moves and linking seamlessly to accomplish a finish product
  • Raised awareness  of dance opportunities beyond the school
  • Increased stamina at the multi sports festival/ exercise for long periods of time and show competence in a variety of skills.


Staff development and confidence of teaching PE

  • Increase greater  awareness of health and fitness and the importance of sports in pupils’ lives
  • Contribute to children being active for at least 30 minutes, twice a week.
  • Broaden children's experiences of a range of different sports and skills.
  • Developed strong leadership of sport within our school
  • More quality PE sessions are taught for all KS1 pupils
  • Clear progress of Age Related Skills from entry to exit for each year group
  • Activities are pitched correctly and children are challenged sufficiently.  (see attached)Variety of sports integrated into the curriculum including tag rugby, hockey, athletics and gymnastics
  • Children demonstrate a good understanding of key vocabulary and safety measures for the sport they have been learning about.
  • ALL children are active for the majority of the session contributing towards their daily active time.
  • Increased participation in a range of new sports building up key skills and learning new ones.
  • Developed staff confidence when teaching new sports and skills.

Increase percentage of children with good gross and fine motor skills in Foundation Stage

Big Moves Delivery

  • Refined key gross motor skills in the early years such as jumping, hopping and rolling through structured activity.
  • Improved long term impact on fine motor
  • Increased confidence, motivation and engagement to participate in physical activity
  • Increased concentration levels by encouraging pupils to perfect gross motor skills

Promote an active Lunchtime  Club

  • Encourage children to be active during their lunch time.
  • Promote a love of a new sport, encouraging them to practise outside of structured school time.
  • Encourage team games and respect for these games and other players.
  • Revise timetable to ensure that there is a variety of sports on offer at lunch times.
  • Increase number of children taking part and ensure that all are immersed in a variety of sports/ games. Target specific groups identified through PE sessions
  • Develop confidence in lunchtime staff to deliver sessions modelled by coach

Develop skills in using different  apparatus

  • Introduce the use of scooters during PE sessions
  • Embed Health and Safety rules
  • Promote the use of the new scooter bank
  • Increased in balance and coordination.
  • Improved spatial awareness, turning to avoid obstacles.
  • Children Inspired to practise their skills outside of school and travelling to school.
  • More children  use  bikes/ scooters when travelling to school



Dance Development with Jump start into Community Dance

(For year 1 and 2 during Summer 1)


  • Promoting creative dance and making links with the curriculum.
  • Increased staff confidence with new skills and making links across the curriculum.
  • Increased children's confidence to perform to a large amount of children.
  • Encouraged critical thinking and analysing how to improve own performance.
  • Pupils have learnt new descriptive  vocabulary to describe the movements and performance
  • Improved rhythm and timing as well as stamina. Being active for a whole song.

Enhance outdoor provision and large group participation through music

  • The PA system is being used at lunch times as part of our new lining up routine.
  • Identify opportunities for music to be added to physical activity on the playground and field






A detailed evaluation is also available upon request

Mr Smith our sports coach with children in Breakfast Club