Key achievements to date:

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

Increase in daily activity by all pupils

Developing role of Sports Ambassadors within the school

Improved participation in competitive sport by Year 5/6 pupils

Increase in competitive sport by all pupils (in school and against other schools)

Improved activity levels and participation in physical activity and sport by KS1

Promotion of PE and sport across the school

Widen the role and skills of Sports Ambassadors

Improve access to a wider range of sports and activities



Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety


What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 meters when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?


What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?


What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?


Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?





Academic Year: 2017/18

Total fund allocated: £17,330

Date Updated: 15/03/18


Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Improve activity levels at playtimes / throughout the day















Year group personal challenges- all children to take part in a physical challenge once a week with the aim of improving their own scores



Join YST Cluster Membership




Engage girls in more physical activity




Purchase basketball posts

Purchase new playground equipment





Purchase trim trail / clamber stack




Sports Ambassador training to develop skills and knowledge- set up Change For Life club




Certificates for most improved






Introduce Active 30:30 to all staff




Take two teams of Year 4/5 girls to the This Girl Can event.




























Pupil questionnaire about playtime activities.

Pupils are more active at

Playtimes, improved

concentration in the afternoon.


Yet to be installed but pupils will be able to use this during the day, throughout the year.


Sports Ambassadors are more confident in running activities for KS1 pupils. 40 infant pupils are involved in organised activities at lunchtime each week.


Pupils have improved their own scores which lead to positive physical and mental health effects.



Pupils will take part in more frequent physical activity during the day.


The girls are more positive about physical activity and participate more enthusiastically in PE lessons and begin to attend sports clubs.


Equipment to be used more frequently, including some break times.

TAs and Sports Ambassadors to use the equipment to lead organized activities.

Trim trail to be used by all classes, including for movement breaks, throughout the day.


Year 5 Sports Ambassadors to take a lead role next year when in Year 6.

Increase the number of KS1 pupils who are involved in activities.

Continue with personal challenges, aiming to vary the types of activities covered to develop different aspects of fitness.


Embed Active 30:30 activities into the school day.



The girls talk about their experience of the event in worship and encourage other girls to become active.




Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

New Active Yalding display board in main corridor.





Implement PE assessment tool









Achieve YST Quality Mark






Run Active Summer programme across the school



Set up board and regularly update it with PE news and achievements of pupils in the school.

Pupils to add own contributions to the board


Deliver staff meeting to all teachers about how to use the assessment package and ensure PE is assessed at the end of each unit.

Teachers to identify those working below who may need further support and G & T who need further challenge.


Ensure school meets the desired criteria to achieve the nationally recognised badge of excellence for school sport and PE.



Poster competition- pupils to design a poster to promote physical activity with the winning entries from each year group being published professionally and placed around the school.


Active homework- encourage pupils to take photos of them trying new activities/ activities in unusual places.


Active day- all pupils to take part in a day of different physical activities.


Family warm up at sports day followed by a carousel of sports then races


Year 6 pupils implement ideas from Change for Life programme

(deliver worship to the rest of the school, run healthy lunchbox competition, organise playground party, run after school Change for Life sports club for Year 2-4 pupils)


£50 for resources




















£70 for Gravity passes











£50 for resources / equipment





£50 for resources

Pupils are more aware of the importance of physical activity and the opportunities available to them. It provides a place to celebrate sporting achievements


Teachers feel more confident in assessing PE and can identify those working below or above the required standard.






All members of the school community are aware of the impact sport has on the school.




Increased pupil and family participation in different activities and improved awareness of the importance of physical activity.
















Year 6 Sports Ambassadors have greater confidence in leading activities. Pupils are more aware of the importance of physical activity.



Continue to update the board.

Sports Ambassadors to take greater involvement in updating the board.



If a pupil working below, speak to PE coordinator about strategies to improve skills or if above, ways to challenge pupils including signposting to out of school clubs.




Work closely with the local YST cluster lead on continuing to develop school sport and PE.




Continue to have a focus week on physical activity and sport 3 times a year.

















Year 5 Sports Ambassadors to run for Change For Life activities next year.




Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:



Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

All teachers to have CPD training in planning and delivering PE lessons in a variety of sports and activities





Improve knowledge and skills of teachers to teach gym / athletics

Organise CPD training with Sprint PE and Sport.

Two teachers per term to have an hour of PE time with Sam Pain




Organise staff meetings to have training on teaching gym in the hall successfully and how to teach athletic activities.








£100 for new equipment

Self-evaluation forms from teachers regarding knowledge and confidence in teaching PE

Improved levels of skill amongst pupils



Pupils more active in gym lessons

Greater number of pupils assessed as at or above expectation in gymnastics.

Teachers are more confident in delivering lessons on different athletic activities therefore pupils develop a greater range of athletic skills and knowledge.

Teachers to continue to use the skills they have developed in teaching PE across a range of activities.




Teacher/s to run gymnastic and/or athletics clubs.








Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:



Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Teachers to run lunch time and after school clubs offering a range of activities











Outside agencies to run different after school clubs







Year R children to participate in different activities






Hever Castle Triathlon day





Lacrosse enrichment sessions

OAA club



Cheerleading club

Staff training and equipment









Boxercise club for pupils and parents


Archery club

Lacrosse club

Skateboarding taster day and club



All Year R pupils to have 6 x 45 minute sessions of balance ability


Purchase outdoor equipment to develop balance skills


Organise for 12 G & T athletes to participate in a triathlon training day at Hever Castle


Owls and Kestrels classes to participate in lacrosse sessions run by a qualified coach

£283.98 for equipment






























A greater number of pupils are involved in different activities.

Athletics- 13 pupils (5/6)

Basketball- 11 pupils (6)

Cheerleading- 10 pupils (5/6)

Hockey- 12 pupils (6)

OAA club- 14 pupils (2/3)

Speed stacking- (3-6)

Yoga- 8 pupils (1)

Tag rugby-

Kwik cricket-



10 pupils (3-6)



12 pupils (all SEN or PP Yr 3-6)

15? (3-6)

85 for taster day, 15 for club (3-6)



Year R pupils (24) to develop gross motor skills, especially balance.




Pupils develop an interest in the sport and are aware of their talent in this area.


Pupils report enjoying the sessions and are interested in joining the lacrosse club




Continue to vary the activities offered throughout the year, aim for more activities for KS1 pupils as well.


















Continue to have Balanceability sessions each year for Year R.

Consider training for Year R teacher?


Signpost pupils to appropriate outside agencies for the sport.



Continue to subsidise lacrosse club for PP/SEN children.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:


School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:



Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

All pupils to take part in more competitive sport within school








Enter teams into a greater number of matches / events against other schools

Organaise Interhouse tournaments

(football, netball, rounders)


Sports Day to have a different format of a carousel of activities where everyone is active followed by races



Take advantage of partnership competitions




Colour Dash competition (£5 per child).

£50 for trophies



£50 for equipment





£350 for supply costs to allow teachers to attend events



All key stage 2 pupils took part in all interhouse competitions.

Pupils report that they enjoy playing competitively against others.

Pupil / parent questionnaire about the new sports day format



Sports hall athletics 18 pupils Year 5/6

Basketball 7 Year 5/6

Run for Life 20 Year 3-6

Infant Agility 10 Year 1/2

Cheerleading 10 Year 5/6

Hockey- 8 Year 6

High 5 Netball- 7 Year 6

Colour Dash – 20 Years 3-6

Football 10 Year 3/4

Sports hall athletics- 18 Year 3/4


Kwik cricket-

Tag rugby-

Infant games-


Tonbridge Sports Festival-

Archery festival-


A greater number and variety of pupils have played competitively against other schools.





Increase the number of interhouse competitions to 4 per pupil.


Aim to increase the number of KS1 pupils who participate in competitive sport both in school and against other schools.

Continue to enter partnership competitions for a greater range of year groups.