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Sports Premium:

At Tithe Barn Primary School we pride ourselves on having a strong tradition of taking an active part in sports competitions. We run a wide range of after-school activities, offering opportunities for children to participate in a variety of sports throughout the year. This is in addition to a full programme of dance, gymnastics, games and swimming through class PE/Games lessons.

What is the ‘Sport Premium’ and how will it help us achieve our goals?

In April 2013 the Government announced new funding of £150 million for the Physical Education (PE) and Sport – often referred to as a ‘Sport Premium’. This funding is to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision. When asked about the ‘Sport Premium’ at its launch, Lord Coe reflected: ‘When I stood up in Singapore in 2005, I spoke of London’s vision to connect young people with the inspirational power of the Games so they are inspired to choose sport. By focusing on primary schools, we have the opportunity to use sport and physical activity to shape the daily lives of young people. I know from my own experience what an impact teachers and their engagement can have on the lives of young people.’ (Lord Coe)


Tithe Barn Primary School receives a sports premium funding of £ 9055 per year.

Funding for 2016 to 2017 is calculated as follows:

  • Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £500 per pupil.
  • Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8,000 and an additional payment of £5 per pupil.

This is ring-fenced solely for physical education. It has enabled us to continue to improve the breadth and quality of sport we offer.

Planned Expenditure for this financial year:

  • Priestnall Schools Sports Association £500
  • Staff CPD (Teachers, HLTA and TA) £500
  • Additional specialist teaching support in school for junior playleaders £200
  • Resources for play leaders £300
  • Replacing gymnastics equipment – £1500 (mats, mat holders, benches, high top tables)
  • Replacing games equipment (netballs, goals and nets tennis balls etc) £1000
  • One goal (outside specialist providers linked with the school for the last 5 years) – £1000
  • Sports day awards £200
  • Training for OAA – (Outdoor and Adventurous Activities) component of the PE curriculum – Reception and Year 3 – £4000


Clubs and attendance :

Multisport 8 14 22
Dance 13 4 17
Lacrosse 3 6 1 9
Footy 7 27 1 34
Karate 5 10 15
Rugby 6 16 1 22
Gymnastics 13 4 17
Dodgeball 4 16 1 20
Judo 5 13 18


What else we are looking to do:

Summer sports can change the focus. We look to incorporate the following activities in our summer sporting provision:

  • Golf
  • Rounders
  • Cricket
  • Athletics

Extra –curricular activities:

  • Cycle rides with Team Sky leader – 3 to date
  • Swimming Galas
  • Football competitions
  • Lacrosse / Tag rugby tournaments
  • Inter school competitions

Recognition of our School’s drive and enthusiasm in this area was recognised by the local authority at the end of the academic year 2015/16. We were awarded the following certificates:

  • Commitment to leadership and volunteering;
  • Commitment to Sporting competition;
  • Commitment to participation in PE, sport and physical activity;
  • Commitment to high quality PE.

Still to come:

Intra school ‘tree’ competitions

Lunch time running club

Mile a day challenge

Opportunities for EYFS / Key stage 1 classes to compete against other schools

To investigate a staff PE kit

To replace the football team kit (via sponsorship) to reflect the esteem we hold sport in our school.


In Summary:

Tithe Barn Primary School would like to involve as many children in physical activities as possible. We will strive to ensure that all children receive high-quality PE lessons and have the opportunity to attend sports clubs before and after school – possibly lunchtime too.

Through sport we feel the children have the opportunity to increase their self-esteem, team work and leadership skills.

We believe being involved with sporting activities encourages a healthier and more fulfilling lifestyle.





PE Provision at Tithe Barn 2013-2015 – PE Premium Grant

PRESENT POSITION STATEMENT (School Evaluation/Strengths/Areas to develop)Strengths are:

  • Teaching approach for outdoor games ensures that the teaching is at least good with a wide range of sports on offer weekly.
  • The participation of extra-curricular activities is good. The range of activities is good.

Areas for development are:

  • To improve the teaching and learning of Gymnastics
  • To improve the teaching and learning of Dance
  • To further give sports a higher priority and increase further pupils participation especially in KS1
  • To raise teacher’s awareness / support CPD and highlight latest Ofsted guidance on outstanding lessons.
  • Promote PE in EYFS
  • Encourage community involvement in sporting activities


BUDGET2013 – 2014


2014 – 2015



Over 2 years


 Actual Spend in13/14 – £5500 

Autumn 14/15 –

Actual Spend: 5500


Spring /Summer-

Proposed Spend: £6395


Breakdown of large items of spending;Priestnall SSCO -£1000 per year

Stockport School’s Provision (SSP) £500 (LA sports advisory service) per year

Improved Storage facilities £700  (FoTBS, Sponsored events)

ONE GOAL :  Covering PPA, training for class teachers and support staff. £12,000 (covering 13/14 and 14/15)

Lacrosse coaching and competitions – £500


  • To employ specialist coaches (ONE GOAL) to teach children and to provide CPD for all staff;
  • SSCO teacher form Priestnall Secondary School to work with teachers on developing teaching and learning of gymnastics;
  • To introduce children throughout the school to STREET DANCE to inspire dance in the curriculum and to provide CPD for teaching staff to enhance Dance. To develop a progressive/engaging scheme of work for all the classes in School;
  • To improve the assessment of Gymnastics by following the British BAGA (British Association Gymnastics Awards) system;
  • Teachers to spot gifted and talented children and look at providing differentiated curriculum opportunities for them and look at ability grouping children during their lessons;
  • Work with our ‘trio of schools’ to produce video clips of the BAGA requirements to put on the School’s web pages. Can be accessed by parents/staff and children to help show outstanding performance of each individual skill;
  • Develop FAMILY WEEKENDS of sport during the year ;
  • Significantly improve the quality of the PE resources within school;
  • Secure professional sports people to talk to children in the school during assemblies and / or whilst taking a coaching session;
  • Promote OAA component of the PE curriculum via inter-schools competition with our trio of schools.
  • Develop the provision for EYFS.



  • For whole school improvement on children’s engagement with good / outstanding teaching in gymnastics. Increased weekly teaching time. Improved standards of lessons being taught.
  • Teacher’s lessons observations         have shown an increase on their standard of teaching gymnastics as well as their confidence in tackling the subject
  • For class teachers to know the standards of their children in gymnastics and be able to communicate this to parents through termly/yearly reports.
  • Measure – for all children to leave TBS with the basics in gymnastics and to achieve Level 4 BAGA
  • To successful promote achievement in sports
  • To provide a differentiated curriculum/opportunities for the gifted and talented.
  • To engage the School’s community in competitive sport as well as increasing the up-take of taking part in sport for enjoyment
  • Links with Trio Schools is developing into a useful resource for all
  • To establish a quality programme (Early Beginnings) for EYFS children to follow. To ensure the legacy for EYFS is secure.
Netball Football  Judo Karate Dodgeball Dance Lacrosse Girls only footy Tag rugby Multi sports 
B -4G – 13


PP – 0



B – 21G – 0

SEN – 3

PP – 0


B – 6G – 6

SEN – 2

PP – 0


B – 14G – 5

SEN – 2

PP – 0


B – 9G – 5

SEN- 2

PP – 0


B – 4G – 13


PP- 1


B – 7G –4

SEN – 1

PP – 1


G – 8 

SEN- 2

PP- 0

B – 14G – 4

SEN -2

PP – 1

B – 18G – 1

SEN -2


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