Tickton C.E. Primary School Sports Premium Funding 2017 – 2018

For the academic year September 2017 – July 2018 Tickton Primary School has received a total Sport Premium budget of £17,780.

Our Curriculum:

We aim to deliver a wide range of physical activities for all pupils, aiming to engage and inspire them, as well as keeping them fit. All PE lessons are taught by the class teacher, and on some occasions we use the Sports Premium to pay for a specialist, to help alongside the class teacher.

To ensure that our pupils engage in at least sixty minutes of physical activity per day, we plan and deliver active lessons where possible. On many occasions class teachers take learning outdoors – our new playground markings enable us to do lots of active Maths and English.


Extra-Curricular and out of school activities:

Tickton Primary School offers a wide range of extra-curricular and out of school sports clubs throughout the year. These clubs are Netball, Judo, Dance, Tennis, Football, Athletics, Badminton, Cricket, Golf and Tag Rugby. Children from Reception to Year 6 have opportunities to participate in these clubs. We keep registers and records to monitor participation and are committed to finding a sport which interests every child. In the previous school year (2017 – 2018) we competed in many inter-school competitions including: football, netball, dodgeball, rounders, cricket, rugby, sports hall athletics, basketball, tennis, badminton, and multi-skills. We have many members of staff – involved in the sports at Tickton – which allows us to facilitate so many sport clubs and events after school. The staff are Miss R Brown, Mrs Swift, Mrs Smith, Mr Blount, Miss Wardlow, Miss Holdsworth, Miss Dowson and Mrs Havercroft. We also have links with various clubs in the community: Golf, Badminton and Judo.

Breakdown of the Sports Premium Funding for Tickton Primary School, September 2017 – July 2018, total funding: £17,780.

Item/Activity Amount Outcome Sustainability


SSP Membership


  • Membership with Longcroft School Sports Partnership, coordinated by Mrs A. Fitzpatrick of Longcroft School for the academic year 2017/2018.
£3,500 This allows us to build good links with cluster schools.


Access training opportunities


Children to compete in Level 2 inter-school competitions.


Nomination and awards at the SSP awards ceremony.


Rising Stars PE Curriculum for all year groups.

P.E coordinator has built links with other local schools for future competitions.


P.E coordinator has improved teaching skills.


Play leader training and resources  provided.


CPD opportunities for all teaching and none teaching staff.

IQ Playground Markings


·         Old playground markings, removed/repaired and new ones put down.

£3,000 This allows children to become more active during playtimes.



The school council has carried out whole school questionnaires, about the old marking, and have identified what the children want.


If children are more active and engaged this will hopefully result in less ‘problems’ in the playground.

The playground markings will last for several years allowing children to be active during their playtimes.


A range of markings for KS1 and KS2 children so children appropriately challenged and engaged,

First Step Physical Education Package


·         5 Weeks of CPD for 7 class teachers


(Summer 2018)

£1,665.00 This will help to upskill all of the teaching staff in an area of P.E of their choice. A baseline assessment will be made by the teachers and a coach will work alongside them for 5 sessions to plan and teach their chosen area of P.E. This should provide better quality P.E provision for the whole school. Skills learnt by teachers will be transferable to future P.E lessons therefore providing a better standard.


Plans used by the coaches originally will be left with the school to reuse.


Play Leaders learn new skills to use during playtimes.

Swimming Programme


  • Additional swimming lessons provided for all Year 2 pupils.


January 2018

£1262.00 Children in Year 2 have additional opportunities to learn how to swim and gain experience before the funded swimming lessons in Year 3.



By the end of Year 3, all children should be able to swim 25 metres.


Free swimming passes given out during the year for all children with good attendance.

Transport Costs for Swimming lessons


  • For Year 2 Swimming lessons, with local bus company.


January 2017

£210 Children and members of staff (including first aider) taken to venues. By the end of Year 3, all children should be able to swim 25 metres.


Allerthorpe Transport:






= 1355.00

Team Building


Good community links


Appropriate Challenge

Writing stimulus


Cross Curricular

Skills learnt by teachers will be transferable to future P.E lessons therefore providing a better standard.




·         For P.E Coordinator (Miss R Brown) to attend  meetings with local sports cluster


Ongoing throughout the year

£200 (per year) Opportunities for P.E coordinator to access CPD


Build links with local schools and sports clubs in the area.


Assessment Discussions

Children get involved in competitions with local schools and learn new skills.


Close links with schools within the cluster and local clubs.


Three day First Aid Course for PE Coordinator


£232 Children are able to go to competitions in other schools as well as at Tickton.


Ensure if an accident occurs, the First Aider is able to deal with it correctly.

With a first aider present, children can participate in competitions and events held at other sites.


3 Year badge

Whole School Swimming Gala


  • Children from all year groups to participate in a swimming gala. Spread out over 3 afternoons.


Year R, 1 and 2

Year 3 and 4

Year 5 and 6


11th, 18th and 25th June

Total for Pool hire £252 All children get the opportunity to participate in a non-competitive swimming gala. Swimming Gala to be carried out every year.
Transport Costs



  • Whole school swimming gala (over 3 afternoons)
£600 for 3 buses Children and members of staff (including first aider) can get to the venue. New skills learnt by all children and staff. These skills should be transferable to the school curriculum and out of school clubs.



·         Mini bus booked to transport 26 children to Level 2 Athletics Competition in the middle of the day, competition held at Longcroft.

·         Swimming Gala at BLC

·         High School





Total =


Children and members of staff (including first aider) can get to the venue. Children improve and become better at their individual event.


Children represent Tickton in a SSP final event.

P.E Awards


·         Sports day medals and trophies

·         Engraving

£80 Children learn  a new technique which they can transfer and use in the final competition.




Staff can provide more challenge to children in PE lessons.

New skills learnt by all children and staff, should be transferable to the school curriculum and out of school clubs.


East Riding Netball Leagues


·         Joining costs

·         Court Hire @ Leven Sports Hall


£50 Netball team to train and compete in Netball Matches as part of the East Riding A League Netball team.


Improves the standard, and enjoyment, for all of the Netball Team.
PE Equipment


Javelins, footballs, markers, rounders set, cones, footballs, tag rugby belts, bibs.

£530.00 Better quality PE Lessons


Resources for the Play Leaders


More engaging  activities for children during playtimes.

Equipment available for all staff and children.
Foundation Stage outdoor resources £270.00 Improved quality of teaching


New experiences for children


Active lessons



Resources shared with all staff.


Active Maths/ English Equipment £800.00 Improved quality of teaching


New experiences for children


Active lessons in all areas of the curriculum

Resources shared with all staff.


PE Conference  for PE Coordinator £50 CPD


New resources – access to Rising Stars Curriculum


Teaching ideas

Shared with staff during a staff meeting
Payment for TA’s to run after school Netball club







£340 More children taking part in after school clubs and becoming more active.


Opportunities to play against other local primary schools.

Good links with other schools


Children attend local Netball clubs.

  • Based on the Year 6 cohort (of 2017) 1 child out of 35 children couldn’t swim 25 metres competently and confidently.