Sports Premium

To download the Sports Premium document please click here Holy Rosary Sports Premium 2017.18.pdf


Holy Rosary Sports Premium Fund       

Academic Year:  2017/2018


Number of Pupils on roll Y1-Y6


Total Fund   Allocated: 



Action Plan and budget tracking


Key Indicators

Nature of Support

Evidence of impact

Fund Allocated

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity-recommend at least 30   minutes of physical activity a day in school

  •   Playground equipment and materials updated and   replenished.

Pupil Impact: All Children


  •   A range of Lunch time sports clubs KS2 Spring   and Summer term.

(Tennis, Rounders,   Cricket, Basketball)

Pupil Impact: 30 pupils per sport activity


  •   Sports Leaders to provide games for KS1   children.

Pupil Impact: 8 Year 5/6 children

All KS1 children


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

There will be a sports board in school with past and upcoming   activities on show. School individual and team achievement will also be   acknowledged.


At the end of the school year all children who have taken part in a   club, competition or activity will be commended in our school sports award   assembly.

Impact: to create positive role models throughout the school. To   enhance children’s experience and give them confidence to have a go


Increased confidence, knowledge and   skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Specialist teachers providing high quality sports experiences and   professional development for KS2 Staff. This is provided via Secondary PE   Specialist from Marciourt High.

Pupil Impact: All children


All Teachers were given a questionnaire at the start of the year to   complete and state where their strengths and weaknesses were in the PE   curriculum.

They are now provided with a full term of support per year group,   bespoke to their needs.  


Specialist teachers providing high quality sports experiences and   professional development for KS1 Staff provided via Mr King (PE-Specialist)


Broader experience of a range of sports   and activities offered to all pupils

Children are provided with a broad range of extra-curricular sporting   activities. (dance, gymnastics, boccia, football, basketball, tennis,   rounders, cricket, hockey, rugby, cross country, keep fit, American football,   swimming, judo)

 Pupil Impact: 20 -30 children   per sporting activity.


Increased participation in competitive   sport

Holy Rosary are part of MADCOS and Chesterfield High who organise a   range of competitions across a variety of sports.  This will also include travel to and from   some of the competitions


Pupil Impact: children have the opportunity to take part in training   and then selected for the relevant competitions


Children who can swim confidently over   the distance of 25 metres (Year 6 cohort)

As part of our PE curriculum children attend swimming lessons for 6   week blocks in Year 2 to Year 4. Within our Year 6 cohort there are currently   52 children who have achieved this objective.    88.1%

Next Steps: For the 7 children who have not achieved this; they will   be provided with summer term swimming lesson across a number of weeks. 11.9%


(Pool and Instructor)



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