Park Hall Academy School Sport Premium Report 2016—2017

Park Hall Academy School Sport Premium Report 2016—2017 

In 2016 –2017 the government funding will be used in a variety of ways to improve and develop the teaching and learning of PE across the whole school. We will continue to encourage children to lead healthy lifestyles, enjoy PE and Sport and experience high quality teaching. Our pupils will be encouraged to take part in competitions at, intra school, inter school, district and city level. We hope the funding will have a lasting impact on the provision of PE an sport with our school but more importantly to inspire the next generation.

We were absolutely thrilled to have been awarded with the Gold games mark in July 2016. The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.  This recognition is very hard to achieve, especially at the Primary School level and reflects our hard work and commitment. A huge well done should go to all of our competing children, their supportive parents and to Mrs Boult, Mrs Brindley and Mr Brindley who give their time to enable the children to achieve so much.

Sport at Park Hall Academy is going from strength. The children in the school are excited to find out how our teams have done and all want to be involved. We are proud of the fact that the children are modest about their achievements and win and lose in the correct manner. Our teams are a credit to the school, both on and off the pitch – whatever the pitch may be! We currently compete in events hosted by Longton District Sports Association, South Stoke, Premier Sports, Moorside cluster and of course St. Bart’s Multi Academy Trust providing competition opportunities for our most talented pupils, as well as our lower ability children and children with both special educational or physical needs.

Our trophy cabinet is absolutely bulging with certificates, trophies and cups as we are currently on a winning streak in a huge variety of sports including; football, tag rugby, cross country, sportshall athletics, dodgeball, athletics, swimming and boccia. We hope to add to our collection throughout the rest of the year!

Park Hall Academy School Sport Premium Report 2016—2017

From September  2015 to August 2016 we received £5, 702 and so far this financial year (2016/2017) we have received £4, 073. See the table below to see how the funding has been spent so far and plans for future spending.

Focus Staff involved Proposed impact
To engage pupils at lunchtime through organised physical activities working in collaboration with lunchtime supervisors.


(Stay Active — lunchtime provision.)

Premier Sport to implement this every day for all pupils from Y1-Y6.

Lunchtime supervisors

T Brindley / V Bunn / G Frost to oversee

To increase participation levels in all pupils.

To develop a range of events for engagement and enjoyment.

To broaden the range of activities for children to experience.

To build self esteem.

To promote inclusive practice and participation rates in PE.

To implement ‘Maths of the day’ as a new scheme to be taught in addition to PE lessons to increase physical activity. R Brindley (Maths leader)

T Brindley (PE Leader)

Teaching staff

All pupils will be more physically active in lesson time and lunchtimes using a cross curricular approach working towards 2 hours of timetabled PE plus the upcoming target of more Physical activities throughout the week.
To provide a range of competitions at a variety of levels for a wide range of pupils of all abilities..

(Pay affiliation Fees incl dance 17, Longton Sports Association, St Bart’s Trust, certificates for Cluster competitions)

T Brindley, R Brindley, K Boult, M Teece Payments to Longton District Sports Association to support all district competitions, dance 17 membership.
To ensure quality PE lessons are taught and to inspire pupils to stay active as part of extra curricular activities.

(To buy equipment incl sports leaders / crew. equipment)

T Brindley

M Teece

New equipment purchased to replace old, worn out equipment and to ensure curriculum PE can be delivered effectively.

Badges purchased for Ambassadors and Sports Crew to wear to promote leadership and pride in their role.


By working in collaboration with other schools within the trust and local district we are sharing expertise and experiences and broadening the pupils experience of meeting peers across the city.

Premier Sports are delivering the stay active lunchtime activities in collaboration with our current lunchtime supervisors, which also acts as CPD for our staff members, this will enable them to organise these activities in the future with a new found confidence. It has also become part of the lunchtime supervisors induction programme to observe and jointly deliver these stay active lunchtime activities.

Due to the variety of sports and opportunities our children are given, we hope to instill a lifelong passion for sport and physical activities. With the school spots crew and ambassadors, we can already see our future sports leaders and coaches, and PE teachers.