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Headteacher: Mr R Fordham | Deputy Headteacher: Miss F Byrne
Assistant Headteachers: Mrs N Broderick and Mrs T Willis

Hitchin Road, Luton. LU2 7UG | Tel: 01582 611035

Summary Table: Evidencing the Impact of Sports Premium

Amount of Grant Received:  £10,090 (£5886 received in October 2016 and £4204 due in April 2017)          Year: 2016-17

Stopsley Community Primary School is committed to promoting healthy lifestyles, physical activity and sporting opportunities for all our pupils.

We welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using
this resource to develop high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.

What does the Sport Premium mean for Stopsley Community Primary School?

“The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2015 to 2016 academic year, to
encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.”

DfE October 2015

Funding for schools is calculated by the number of primary aged pupils (between the ages of 5 and 11) as at the annual census in January.  All schools with 17 or more primary aged
pupils received a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil.

Actions/Activity Possible sources of evidence Funding Impact of these factors Sustainability
5 a day TV

-pupil voice

-Training for staff on how to use it

-staff feedback on the impact it has had


Children will get at least an extra 5 minutes of extra exercise per day (around 30 mins extra per week). It will improve their balance, co-ordination and fitness.

During wet play and rainy days it a good way of getting the children to get some exercise to help them concentrate better during other lessons. 

Children fitter and will begin and enjoy a new way of exercising.
Luton Town Football Coaching

-registers for classes who have taken part

-staff feedback from the sessions

-pupil feedback from the sessions

£300 Children receive expert coaching. Children who are excelling in the sport highlighted as children who can go forward for the TIP’s programme with the football club (Talent Identification Programme). Class teachers work alongside the coaches, which provide CPD opportunities to learn from trained professionals.

Children enthused by an outside football coach resulting in increased participation. The skills they learn during their sessions used and practised on the playground during break times.

Teachers able to lead their own sessions to a high standard.

Children identified by talent scouts.

September INSET

-renewed planning structures providing opportunities for focussed assessment

-PE lead to manage new materials and disseminate to staff


Teachers to have progression framework from which to teach all PE. Planned lessons and assessment opportunities provided to all YGs. This will streamline PE provision and facilitate precision in the subject. Children will move from YG to YG with secure National attainment and progress in the subject.
Active Luton Education SLA

-2 days team teaching with NQTs

-½ a day MDS training

-1/2 day NQT team teach for ½ term

-½ a day play leader training

-½ a day multi-skills competition

- a coach to run a Multi-skills after school club and participate in festival

-after school register

- Detailed coverage of broad range  of sport/games taught throughout the school

-1/2 day play leaders coaching Y5



Silver package

Children in KS1 take part in a multi-skills competition

Play leaders run and organise lunchtime clubs

In Autumn 1 20 children in KS1 attended a multi-skills after school club; in Autumn 2 20 children in KS1 attended a multi-skills after school club; 16 children in Year 4/5/6 attended a multi-skills after school club

Children access multi-skills competition apply skills in PE and active learning sessions.

Play leaders coaching used across playtimes and lunchtimes (legacy – coaching others; next year’s Y5s)

NQT coaching to be shared across YG.

PE instructor

-taking before and after school clubs

-running lunch time clubs

-supporting children with learning skills

-after school registers


Lunchtime clubs

  • rounders
  • tennis
  • girls football
  • tag rugby
  • boys football
  • bench ball
  • dodgeball
  • indoor football
  • hockey
  • paralympic games
  • playground games
  • cricket
  • netball
  • multisports/Games

Before and After School Clubs

Year1/2 Zumba club;

Year 3/4 before school bats and rackets club

Year 5/6 before school cricket club

Year 3/4 before school netball club

Year 1/2 before school football club

Year 3/4 athletics after school club

Year 5/6 gymnastic afterschool club

Year 5/6 football after school club

KS1 before school bats and rackets club

Year 5/6 before school athletics club

Year 3/4 before school tennis club

Year 5/6 before school invasion games club

Year 5/6 cricket after school club

Year 3/4 gymnastics afterschool club

Year 5/6 football after school club

Year 4/5/5 before school Zumba club

Year4/5/6 before school cricket club

Year1/2/3 before school athletics club

Before school tennis club

Year 4/5/6 before school bench ball club

Year 5/6 football afterschool club

Year 1/2/3 gymnastics after school club

Year 4/5/6 dodgeball afterschool club

Year 3/4 tennis afterschool club

Year 5/6 girls football after school club

Year 5/6 dodgeball after school club

Year 5/6 netball afterschool club

Year 1/2 Fun and Games after school club

Year 5/6 football club

Year 1/2 skip hop before school club

Year 3/4 dodgeball before school club

Year 5/6 boys football team training before school

Year 3/4 cricket before school club

Year 2/3 hockey before school club

Year 4/5/6 gymnastics after school club

Year 1/2/3 fun and games after school club

Year 5/6 tennis after school club

Year 5/6 football afterschool club

Year 3/4 fun and games before school club

Year 3/4 gymnastics before school club

Year 4/5 indoor athletics before school club

Year 5/6 bench ball before school club

Year 1/2 indoor football afterschool club

Year 5/6 dodgeball after school club

Year 5/6 badminton after school club

Year 3/4 football after school club

Children taught by PE instructor have deep and thorough knowledge of skills progression required in NC.

School Games – Affiliation

-participation in school games competitions

-registers of attendance for competitions


Year 1/2/3/4 young artist competition for the school games t-shirt design with the winner in Year 2 and a runner up in Year 2

Year 2 invasion games competition

Year 5 dodgeball competition

Year 5 sports hall athletics competition

Year 4 dodgeball competition

Year 2 net and wall competition

Leagues and Competitions





Bedfordshire Cricket

Luton Town Football Club come in to work with pupils from  Reception upwards

Children taking up school games participation have wider curriculum opportunities. Children hone skills in PE and active learning sessions.
Skip Hop work shop

- 11 classes in Y2-5 over 2 days.  This is in the school’s annual calendar. 

Set 1

30 x 2.1m for Reception to Year 2

30 x 2.5m for Year 3 to Year 6

2 x double dutch 4.5m

2 x long ropes, 7.5m

2 x adult ropes 2.8m

Cost - £250 



Children have quality equipment to play with at lunchtime

Children are taught to play games that impact on health and wellbeing

Skip hop legacy is seen through play and lunch time games provision, as part of the Jenny Mosely initiative. It is part of our Healthy Schools Silver Award Project.
Luton Football Club partnership Children in Y5 and 6 have a chance to read with premier league footballers and play sport with them on a regular basis each week. £900 Greater enthusiasm for and higher attainment in reading. Increased pupil engagement in reading and sport. Children in Y5 will continue their skills this year (2016/17) as they enter Y6. Enthusiasm for reading and or attainment in reading to support class teaching.
Cricket A Chance to Shine charity at no cost – the expectation is that we support the teaching of cricket in our school, enter a team next year in the indoor league and participate in National cricket week 20 -24 June. The teaching focuses strongly on the ‘spirit’ of cricket by promoting good sportsmanship and therefore reinforces many of our golden rules and values and teaches the children how to work as a team and how to treat each other respectfully. One of the intended outcomes for this teaching is that the children will continue with the sport in Year 6 and beyond.

A second year of participation with Cricket and access to a coach and the local league.

Children sustaining adherence to the motivation and team spirit essence of cricket.

Awareness amongst pupils  of how to promote health and wellbeing and about the dangers of obesity and other risks that undermine health

Jenny Mosely visit to Stopsley

Healthy schools accreditation

Links with PHSE

Pupil awareness

Active playground


Staff development of active lunchtimes

Action plan developed by whole staff to achieve active lunchtime initiative in terms of equipment, activity and environment

FLAG Club healthy eating provision and engagement with parents

Whole school policies focus for development. Completed Safeguarding Policy. Drugs awareness policy and SRE policy to be developed

Lunch time provision developed with HS Silver Award JM consultancies impact and work led by AAHTs.