Sports Premium April 2016-2017

2015 – 2016: Total fund allocated - £9160

Primary PE & Sport Preimum Key Outcome Indicator

School Focus/planned impact on pupils

Actions to achieve

Planned funding

Actual funding


Actual Impact (following review) on pupils.

Sustainability, next step

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

Whole school morning dance assembles.

All children to have an opportunity to experience a wide variety of dances and to ensure that every child starts the week in an active and healthy way.



All children have been engaged in dance for at least 30 minutes per week and exposed to a variety of different dances.

The children have learnt new dances and it has raised their awareness of different genres of dances available.

We want to utilise in house dance skills that the teachers possess to deliver future dance assemblies.


Whole school fitness.

Permanent sports equipment for the playground to provide children to engage in physical activities during PE lessons and throughout their playtimes.



We decided to buy moveable equipment for the playgrounds instead of stationary equipment.

The children are engaged in activity the whole of break, in particular Year 1 because they have several different balancing beams, target games, skipping ropes etc. to play with during their breaks.

Having seen the children’s enjoyment of using the current playground equipment, we will look to expand this further into EYS.

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

Providing the children with opportunities to compete within inter and intra sports competitions.

Hosting annual tournaments – paying for venue hire, trophies, medals, refreshments etc.



We bought trophies, stickers, medals etc. for both sports day and inter house mornings, as well as venue hire for sports day.

The children and parents enjoyed sports day last year and the children are enjoying the termly inter house mornings and related trophies. This allows the children to work as a team with children in different year groups.

Sports Day will continue annually and inter house sports mornings will continue each term.

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

Increasing teacher’s skillset in a variety of different sports which allows them to provide the children with high quality teaching.

Staff training of a variety of different sports with specialised coaches.



Teachers have attended netball, gymnastics, hockey and cricket courses.

The children have benefited from the skills the teachers have acquired on these training courses and these have been put into action in both PE lessons as well as in after school clubs. The teachers have also shared their knowledge gained on these courses with other teachers.

Looking for more teachers to attend different training courses next year.

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


Hiring professional coaches to deliver dance to targeted pupils.

A specialist dance teacher is employed who provides children with the opportunity to expand knowledge within the area and whilst at the same time offering CPD to the teachers.



The children have been exposed to different types of dance and learning about rhythm, timing and choreography during dance lessons.

The children are able to choreograph their own routines in dance and have performed these to their parents.

To continue these dance lessons, which in turn acts as CPD for the teachers.


Giving children the opportunity to immerse themselves in ballet.

A days visit from the English National Ballet dance teachers to deliver lessons to children on ballet, followed by a visit to The English National Ballet to watch a live performance.



Children will watch the National Ballet in January (the Nutcracker) and they had the ballet workshop.

Children were exposed to a different genre of dance, which they were all engaged in and enjoyed.

Continue to do this year on year with the Year 5 children.

5. increased participation in competitive sport

To give every child in the school an opportunity to represent the school in a sporting competition.

Membership to PPSSA and Wandsworth School Games to allow us access to local sporting competitions and sports leagues. Every child is to have the opportunity to participate in a sporting competition before they leave Brandlehow.



We took children to regular Dover House Road competitions (netball and football) and we competed against other schools at the Wandsworth School Games.

The children were exposed to competition and gained experience from competing for the school in inter school competitions; this has in turn allowed them to develop their confidence and perseverance in sport.

Continue to be members of the PPSA and Wandsworth School Games next year.


To provide children sense of belonging.

Purchase new sports kit for the children to wear at fixtures and tournaments to give children a sense of pride during their sports matches.



We purchased new rugby kits and gymnastics leotards for the children to wear at sports events.

The children are given a sense of belonging when wearing their new kit for competitions. It allows them to feel proud to represent their school.

To keep kit updated and buy new kit as required.


To allow children to go to sports competitions accompanied by their class teacher.

Paying to hire supply teachers so that PE staff can be released to take children to play fixtures and enter tournaments.



We have been able to allow class teachers out of class to attend events with the children, but no supply teachers have been required to cover the cost of this as we have covered this internally.

The children have been able to take part in sporting events out of school which has in turn helped to increase their confidence, perseverance, sportsmanship and independence.

Continue to allow teachers to go out for sporting activities and ideally cover this internally.


To enable the children to be able to engage in a wide variety of sporting activities by providing them with high quality sporting equipment.

Purchasing new sports equipment to ensure the pupils are able to use equipment that maximises their learning.



We have purchased a variety of different sports equipment including a lacrosse set, kurling, boccia and archery sets etc.

The children have been exposed to new sports which means they have developed new skills and learnt new rules whilst playing these sports during PE and in afternoon break times.

Purchase new sports equipment as and when required.