Book Fair in School every afternoon 3.15pm onwards 14 - 18 October 2019. School breaks for half term on Friday 18 October and returns on Tuesday 29 October.

Kirkby La Thorpe
Church of England Primary Academy

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KLT Planned Expenditure for PE and Sport Premium 2017-18

PE and Sport Premium Intentions 2017 - 2018 (£17,000)


What will we do?

Why will we do it?

When will we do it?

What will it cost?

What do we anticipate the impact to be?

How will we monitor and check our progress?

Buy into Carre’s PE Advisor service

To support us to increase the quality and breadth of our PE and School Sport

May 2017


Up to date PE advice and planning will support our curriculum and extra curriculum provisions

Governor Monitoring

PE advisor logs

Meeting minutes

Pool resources with local schools to employ Physical Literacy Coaches

To support the development of staff with C4L based sessions. Coaches will visit for 2 hours per week, carrying out sessions with intervention groups.

1 hour after school club.

September 2017 – July 2018


Working alongside AL and CA.

Children to be engaged in vigorous activity within PE.

Skills-based PE lessons to be developed in line with our new curriculum.

Quality assurance will be done by Carre’s PE Advisor

Governor monitoring visits

Staff feedback via impact survey

Youth Sport Trust membership

To access resources and training

September 2017


On-line resources

Self-review document

Staff feedback

Resources used


Hire secondary PE teachers to work with our staff

To support staffs subject knowledge in the field of fundamental movement skills and running skills. KS1

September 2017 – July 2018


The staff will have 6 lessons to develop subject knowledge and see how secondary staff deliver PE lessons

New ideas and activities to support the EYFS / KS1 curriculum

Coaching Impact form

Staff feedback

Feedback from children

Increase the profile of competitive school sport and our House System

To increase the number of competitive opportunities within our school and against other schools

Every term


Children will learn to be competitive and will learn the values of school sport. House and inter-school competition will enrich the school experience

Results will be published on the school website and in the Newsletter

Outreach Inspire + - Olympian visitors, world explorer, wheelchair sports, Paralympian visitor,

To inspire children through inspirational stories.

November 2017 – May 2018


Children will receive inspirational and motivational experiences, through a series of school visitors.

Feedback from children and staff.


Weekly events and festivals provided by the school sports partnership.

To provide every child with the opportunity to represent the school.

September 2017- July 2018


Children will experience new sports and physical activities.

Participation tracker

End of year report

To maintain the Gold games mark and to achieve the Gold YST mark

To celebrate the quality of our existing provision and develop new initiatives

July 2017


More competitions entered against other schools, G+T support, more children in clubs, more house sports, School games day, promoting local clubs

Using a participation tracker and through regular meetings with our advisor

KLT sports crew

Children to help organise and run events.

September 2016 – July 2017


Money to help support and promote key values in games and sports, by providing medals and trophies and resources.

Photos, updates on the website

Meeting minutes

To develop the provision for Gifted and Talented pupils and ensure all pupils are provided with a high quality PE curriculum

To help these children reach their potential and increase their skills across the whole PE curriculum

January 2016 –January 2017


These children will have been identified on the G&T register.

All lesson plans are differentiated and G&T highlighted and planned for.

G&T students attend holiday club arranged by Carre’s Outreach

Differentiated lessons

Review lesson plans

2 children chosen to attend club, identified from fitness profiling data.

Supply cover for SL to attend courses / sporting competitions

More competitions and festivals can be entered as SL is able to attend and support.

September 2016 – 2017


More children to attend sporting competitions and festivals in many different sports including inclusive sporting events

Results will be published on the website / newsletter

To purchase fitness profiling,

To highlight children / groups / areas of weakness and strengths to help inform planning and to assess the children

January – April 2017


Children progress can be seen, monitored and tracked across the school. Lessons can be specific to meet the areas and children highlighted with specific needs.


Monitoring by SL

Approval from HT and staff

Impact on children’s ability.

Differentiated lessons with clear high expectations for all pupils

Staff feedback

Transport expenses

To allow teachers and TA’s to transport children to and from sporting events

September 2016 – July 2017


More children will be able to participate in festivals and competitions as staff are able to provide transport, not relying on parents

Monitor how many events we are able to attend this year and if the children are transported by parents or members of staff.

After school coach for clubs

To offer more clubs to children.

November 2016 – July 2017


The amount of children attending sports clubs throughout the year to increase.

Monitor the number of children attending clubs.

Active play equipment

To provide physical activity throughout the day.



The increase children’s physical literacy and provide opportunities to increase physical activities to meet the min 30 minutes daily requirement.

Fitness profiling results

To develop mental health and well being

To raise awareness of mental health issues related to children. To support those in need, with specialist intervention.

Jan – July 2018


Children to recognise and understand issues related to their own and others mental health.

Survey parents / pupils

To provide additional cooking sessions.

To encourage children to cook at home and to make children aware of healthy food choices.

Jan – July 2018