PE at Kerr Mackie Primary School 2016 - 17

Sports Funding 2016 – 2017

At Kerr Mackie Primary School we have researched and identified several areas which we aim to improve and enhance through the use of Sport Premium funding, in order to raise participation and achievement for all pupils in PE, sport and physical activity.  We have developed an action plan to ensure this funding is invested to maximise the long term impact of our PE provision for pupils and staff. 


Our PE provision plan shows how we are investing the money and the way we closely monitor the impact of these initiatives through assessment of children's skills, staff, uptake of clubs etc.  It covers the current year and some previous years too. 


A significant proportion of our funding has been invested in the professional development of teachers at our school in order that they are best equipped to teach high quality Physical Education and school sport.




The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – has been allocated to primary school head teachers.This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.


Purpose of funding


Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but schools have been given the freedom to choose how they do this. A list of possible uses has been suggested.


We have decided to use the money to:

  • employ coaches to work alongside some teachers when teaching PE in order to strengthen teaching and learning in this subject across school
  • pay for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport

  • increase pupils’ participation in the sports and physical activities

  • provide places for pupils on after school sports clubs

  • improve resources to a support the development of the subject

  • buy new schemes of work to enhance the teaching of PE throughout the school 


Total number of FT pupils on role


Summary of Grant spending 2016-17


  • To improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE and sports.
  • To increase participation in PE and after school sports clubs.  

Planned spending record 2016-17




Impact notes

1. To evaluate strengths and areas for development in PE and sport across the school


PE coordinator to conduct a staff and pupil questionnaire across school, collate findings and plan actions from priorities.


Questionnaires carried out. Priorities for staff and pupils were gymnastics teaching and more after school sports provision.

Observations by coordinator to PE lessons.

2.  PE resources to meet the  needs of school

Coordinator to evaluate resources and purchase new as required

New gym mats –

Footballs –

Boccia, Tennis sets, Sports balls, Badminton racquets, SEN boccia/sports ramp, cones, indoor sports balls, Sports day equipment - £932.82

New equipment being used.

3. To increase the proportion of high quality teaching and learning in gymnastics and dance throughout the school via training from  professional coaches.

PE coaches/ coordinator plan& observe sessions for staff across school to improve quality of gymnastics/dance provision and teaching. Each teacher to receive training and observe and assist in lessons led by coach.

Sports UK coach/ P.E planning website - £8020.00 for the whole year.


Staff audit carried out after 7 months of coaching from Sports Uk to identify impact and confidence.

4. Children to learn a range of different sports that may not be taught normally during P.E

PE coordinator to arrange weekly boccia sessions with use of the Sports UK coach. Teachers to assist, observe,  learn skills and continue to deliver high quality teaching of boccia afterwards.


Sports UK Coach training - £8020.00

Boccia sets x 5 - £100 ( Included in objective 2 amount)

Coaching of yrs 4 and 5 began in spring half term 2. This will continue until May. Staff confidence has improved in this area and after school coaching for yr 6 netball is planned for the summer

5. Purchase a PE scheme of work that meets needs of children and that can be used by all staff across school.


PE coordinator orders evaluation copies of PE scheme REAL PE for staff to look at. Staff agree on which scheme or schemes to be purchased

PE Scheme REAL PE £3000 includes training for all staff. TO BE ORDERED IN SUMMER 2

New scheme on order May 17. Implementation to begin from October 2017

6. After school clubs to offer a variety of different sports and be well attended by wide range of pupils ( football, team games, rugby)

Offer wide range of sports clubs after school and target vulnerable groups to attend


Monitor take up of clubs (gender, SEN, Pupil Premium, vulnerable, EAL)

Sports UK coach - £8020.00

Sports equipment as mentioned in objective 2 (Sports balls, badminton sets, gym mats, catching sets)

Currently KS1 and KS2 football, rugby, multi skills games, . Rugby League planned for summer term 2. Links with Roundhay to be explored.

AA to set up spreadsheet for each class to show attendance at clubs from September 2017

7. Increase physical activity at lunchtime

Staff to organise and run small games during lunchtime ensuring children are physically active. Separate lunchtime equipment to be ordered.

£142 (Goal posts, catching sets, skipping ropes and tennis sets)

New games provision to start during the summer term.

8. Audit PE equipment  for PE/Sport and physical activities in the playground.

Replenish/ replace equipment and provide music system on the decking

£932.82 as mentioned in objective 2

New equipment ordered to enhance ball games, skipping, hoopla, target games

8. Widen opportunities for competitive sport through membership of Active Sports Partnership

Join the Leeds scheme and be part of interschool competitions. Sign up for tournaments such as football and netball

Cost of transport

Membership for Leeds scheme £700


Leeds scheme joined January 2017. PE coordinator attended meetings.



Total spent £9652.82








As a result of the above areas being developed the impact is as follows:




To evaluate strengths and areas for development in PE and sport across the school


Areas for development planned for. Staff training to be delivered in autumn term 2017 in teaching REAL PE scheme. This will lead to increased staff confidence. After school provision enhanced to include free football and rugby league clubs. Pupils now have 6 after school sports clubs per week.

PE resources to meet the needs of school


New equipment is being used. The range of balls available mean a wider variety of games can be included in the curriculum and provide differentiated challenge for pupils.

To increase the proportion of high quality teaching and learning in gymnastics/dance throughout the school via training from professional coaches.


All staff in KS1 and KS2 have undertaken training. This is delivered weekly by each teacher in school increasing staff confidence and providing an improved quality of teaching for all pupils.

Children to learn a wider range of sports and enhance teacher expertise in this area. Increased pupil skills allow children to compete at inter school competitions


Boccia teaching carried out by coach with staff observing. Staff then delivered sessions based on their new learning. After school multi-sports club organised to allow pupils to further develop skills and enter in league games.

Purchase a PE scheme of work that meets needs of children and that can be used by all staff across school.



REAL PE scheme to be purchased and will be followed by the staff.

After school clubs to offer a variety of different sports and be well attended by wide range of pupils (football, team games, multi-sports)


Clubs are all offered as after school clubs each week.

 Increase physical activity at lunchtime


Pupils from school council are supporting lunchtime staff with organised games in KS1. There is a higher uptake of these activities BECAUSE OF THE EQUIPMENT PURCHASED.

Audit PE equipment for PE/Sport and physical activities in the playground.


New equipment is being used at lunchtimes and more children are participating in the activities. Equipment is more accessible to pupils in lesson and matches the activities taught more closely.

Widen opportunities for competitive sport through membership of Active Sports Partnership


Many of the activities offered in terms of competitions were not accessible to the children due to transport issues and timings but some have been taken up throughout the year. We have continued to stay in the football league in the boys and girls competitions.


 The after school clubs for the Autumn Term 2017 are as follows: 









18th Sept - 4th Dec


Hall/External Classroom

Yrs. 3,4,5 & 6



Football KS2

Roundhay Field/Hall

Yrs. 3,4,5 & 6




19th Sept - 5th Dec

Football KS1


Yrs. 1 & 2



Krafty Kids KS2


Yrs. 3,4,5 & 6




20th Sept - 6th Dec



Yrs. 3,4,5&6




External Classroom

Rec, Yrs. 1&2




21st Sept - 7th Sept


Krafty kids KS1

Yr1 Sycamore

Yrs. 1,2





Roundhay Field

Yrs. 3,4,5 & 6





Yrs. 2, 3,4,5 & 6




Sporting Fixtures & Results 

November Sportsround


Sports Hall Athletics Round 1 - Tuesday 8th November - Roundhay High School

Congratulations to the 20 children from Year 5 and 6 who competed in Round 1 of Leeds City Sports Hall Athletics Competition at Roundhay High School. After 2 grueling hours of events including sprinting, hurdles, long jump, triple jump and obstacle relay, we managed to finish 3rd! All of the children represented the school fantastically and showed great respect to other children too!



At Kerr Mackie we believe it is vital to give our children as many opportunities as possible to take part in consistent sporting competition throughout the year. For the first time this year, Kerr Mackie have entered into leagues and competitions at both U11, U10 and U9 level.


Leeds U10 Moran Cup


1st Round


Kerr Mackie 1 - 2 Immaculate Heart of Mary 


On a very cold and wet afternoon, the Year 5 team had a very tough cup match against a very experienced team from IHOM. Kerr Mackie were missing a couple of regulars due to injury but the team grouped together, to give a real gritty display. IHOM took an early 2 goal lead into half time but after the break Kerr Mackie peppered the IHOM goal. Unfortunately, we couldn’t find a goal to get us back in the game. Kerr Mackie leave the competition at this stage. It was a great effort in our first game of the season. The team will still be playing in their league competition soon though.


Leeds U9 Datacable Cup


1st Round


Kerr Mackie 4 – 2 Our Lady’s

This was the first match that this group of pupils had ever played together and they did an amazing job! On a very cold afternoon, the team , which consisted of Year 3 and 4 pupils, took an early 2 goal lead but Our Lady’s scored 2 quick goals to equalize before half time. Kerr Mackie then scored two goals in the last minute to secure qualification to the next round. Well done!  

Year 5 Under 11 North East Leeds League


Upcoming fixtures


Kerr Mackie V Wykebeck

Kerr Mackie V Ninelands

Kerr Mackie V St Theresas

Kerr Mackie V Grimes Dyke