Kirkstall St. Stephen’s C of E (Voluntary Aided) Primary School

Current Report

Projected Sport Budget projected Spend 2018/2019
Full Report Below:


Academic Year:
2017/ 2018

Total fund allocated:
£18, 083










PE and Sport Premium Key Outcome Indicator

School Focus/ planned Impact on 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


Continue to hold our annual Sports Week where local professionals come into school and deliver a session of alternative sport to the children

 Contact a variety of local sport professionals to deliver different sports to the children which they may not have experienced previously



 Each year we run a sports week during national sports week to provide the children with alternative sports they may not have done before to encourage children that there is a sport out there for everyone.

Previous years have been very successful, so far we have not had this years (as of May) but we have BMX bikes, cave bus, ice skating, circus skills and boxing planned as alternative sports.

 Sports Week is something as a school we would like to continue with as it provides children with the opportunity to try out alternative sports and possibly unlock their potential in a sport they haven’t tried previously.

1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles



Leeds Rhinos Foundation to come in alternate half terms so that all children engage in multi-sport physical activity and a promotion of a healthy lifestyle 

 Ensure continued link to Leeds Rhinos Foundation 




Leeds Rhinos foundation who come into school for alternate half terms to teach PE which gives the children professional rugby teaching and teachers CPD


 The children have enjoyed working with Leeds Rhinos this year and learnt how to accurately hold and pass a rugby ball and compete as a team

 Next year we are going to look at forming a new partnership, possibly with Leeds United primary stars, to give the children a different experience and a new set of skills

1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles


Extra swimming sessions for another Year group to ensure that swimming instruction is being fully embedded and a greater percentage of pupils are swimming 25m

Check which year group would benefit from the extra swimming sessions to most by looking at percentage of pupils able to swim 25m



Year 3 and 4 went swimming this year to try and increase the number of children swimming 25m by the end of Year 4 as we noticed the numbers were quite low.

Both classes have enjoyed swimming this year and we are hoping that once the current Year 3 move into Year 4 an increased number of them will be able to independently swim 25m.

Next year only Year 4 will go swimming as despite increased numbers swimming 25m the cost of an extra class was quite high.

1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles


EYFS increased physical skill development, EYFS pupils moving past foundation stage with improved milestones in this area

A wider range of outdoor equipment in EYFS area to promote physical development in EYFS



EYFS purchased a range of equipment to assist in developing movement skills as they expressed that this was an area they would like to develop more with the children.

The equipment has been very successful this year in allowing the EYFS children to continuously develop their movement skills in the outdoor area away from specific ‘PE lessons’

Monitor equipment needs next year across all classes, possibly hold a survey, to assess if any more equipment is required not just in EYFS but across the school.

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


Starting Sports Leaders in UKS2 to lead playtime activities for other year groups and take a larger control within lessons

Speak to children in UKS2 and see who would be interested in becoming a sport leader, allow small budget for any equipment required



Sports Leaders set up with 5 Year 6 children to hold break time activities across year groups and assist in the running of sports week & sports day

This has proved very successful both with the sports leaders themselves and children across school. Provided structured activities for the children at break times allow them more access to dedicated ‘active time’

This is something that the school would like to continue with the Year 6’s each year. It provides excellent leadership opportunities and more dedicated active time for children across school.

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


Active schools SLA to provide CPD for subject leader which will then allow all staff in school to be trained

Sign up to Active Schools SLA and attending termly subject leader meetings



Active schools is our partnership which provides 3 subject leader days a year and access to the SCO competitions

Children participated in athletics, basketball and netball competitions this year against other schools. Subject leader days attended.

Continue the partnership for next year and hopefully see increased success in the competitions

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


Ensure all staff are teaching appropriately structured blocks of PE with clear learning objectives, step to success and an evident build-up of skills across the half term

Sign up to PE planning website which plans blocks of sport in the correct format of focusing on skill build up



PE planning website signed up to, alongside CPD sessions, to assist staff in planning well-structured PE lessons that build on skills and not just focus on a specific sport

Staff have made use of the website in assisting with planning of PE lessons. Has helped to provide the children with clear learning objectives in lessons and a clear build-up of skills.

Survey staff next year to see if they want to sign up to it again for another year or if they wish to re-use the plans they already have from this year.

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


Increase range of sport offered as part of the curriculum and extra-curricular activities for chn and ensure staff confident and competent to teach this.

Mini me Yoga for CPD for staff with a certified yoga trainer to teach PE in school as part of the curriculum and to run an after school club.



Yoga workshop on the 7th March for all teachers, received 2 hours CPD on teaching child friendly yoga, a certificate to state we have done this and yoga resources with a weekly newsletter of updated games


Teachers enjoyed the work shop and the resources that were provided have proved very successful amongst the children. Most staff now have done at least 1 yoga session with the children and all classes enjoyed the sessions.

Continue using the resources next year, relaxation books to go alongside the yoga sessions have been bought so ensure that all staff know where these are so that they can use them within lessons.

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


Hiring external professionals to come in and teach extra-curricular clubs to offer a wider range of sports including more alternative sports such as yoga, martial arts and boxercise.

Contact local coaches to come in and deliver a wider range of extra-curricular activities to the children



Premier sports is a company we have recently developed a partnership with. They have run  numerous after school clubs (archery, basketball and ultimate Frisbee) and they have also delivered Gymnastics and Dance CPD to the whole school.


Both children and staff have enjoyed and learnt a lot from the CPD sessions, learning new vocabulary and how to successfully structure lessons and build on skills. The after school clubs have proved popular with high attendance.

Next year we would like to continue to develop this partnership, we have already had discussions about areas for CPD for next year where staff feel under-confident (cricket, invasion games) and some afterschool clubs to run.

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


Children to engage in a wider range of sport and think about how this can be linked into everyday school life. Introduced to cricket up at Headingley stadium as this is one of the least frequent sports taught in school.

Contact cricket in the classroom and find out about available dates for Years 5 and 6.



Year 5 and 6 visited Headingley cricket stadium for a day to learn more about cricket and their local area.

Children enjoyed their day and learnt more about cricket which is not something covered much in school. Led to some children becoming very interested in the sport and joining local youth cricket teams.

Possibly aim to run this on a 2 year basis (if still being provided by Headingley stadium) so that new Year 5 & 6 classes can have the same experience.

5. increased participation in competitive sport


To allow children to compete in a greater range of competitive sport we will provide transport for the children to certain competitions.

Contact transport providers when required.



Coach to athletics competition paid for as the children made it through the next heat and into the semi-final. Medals also purchased for the children as they finished third to celebrate their success. Basketballs also purchased to assist with their training for the competition.

Children performed very well in the athletics competition and enjoyed competing against other schools. Celebrated the children’s success with a medal presentation in assembly.

Continue to put some money aside in the budget to allow for transportation to sporting competitions and increase children’s participation in these events.


Total Spent: £16, 862

Balance: £1221

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of
all children, and expects our staff and volunteers to share this commitment.