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Creswick Primary And Nursery School

Learning for Life

Sir John Newsom Way,
Welwyn Garden City
Hertfordshire AL7 4FL

01707 323038

Sports Premium Plan 2016-2017

This funding is to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport we offer.

The premium should be used to:

  • Develop or add to the PE and sport activities that our school already offers
  • Make improvements now that will benefit pupils joining the school in future years
  • Plan cost £9,660.25
  • Amount of funding £9,413


Actions When


success criteria





  1. To buy in Welwyn / Hatfield Schools Sports Partnership













































The teachers have access to training

The children have access to a range of sporting events and festivals. 




















Cherie Wiper provides a monthly report of what she provides for the partnership


Governors to review in the T& L committee










































The children have attended many sports events and entered the intra competitions.

Children have taken part in the G&T dance.

Children have experienced new sports which have then been taken on at school –e.g. table tennis.

Our children recently entered the cross country run and came third overall which is a huge improvement. We have had a running club for the past year which has improved in popularity and this has now shown in this recent result.  



2. Sports coaching to support the teaching of PE and the professional development of staff









On going.











The lessons are high quality.

Teachers are extending their expertise in teaching the games aspect of PE







Feedback from children.























 The lessons are high quality and the staff are developing their knowledge and skills. 








3.To run a lunchtime sports club for our year 3 to 6 children 






















Summer term
























To develop competitive sports for our older children






















Feedback from the children.















































 This club encouraged a range of children in a range of different sports. They liked the fact there were different sports. This club supported 5 of our most vulnerable children and 6 children in particular who had not previously taken part in a sports club. It also helped the children to practice for the inter school event at Gosling between many schools so we could work on improving our performance. There were some individual successes. 



4. To introduce a new club into school to broaden the activities on offer




















Autumn and Spring























The children have access to a different kind of sport.






















Feedback from the children.











































 Fencing was introduced which supported 5 of our most vulnerable children and 6 children in particular who had not previously taken part in a sports club.

Table tennis was introduced as the children attended a tournament and showed some promise. We have 2 children who had not attended a club previously who now have tried another club too. 






5. To develop our playtimes to take in a wider range of activities which encourage more purposeful physical activity






















Spring term.


























The children have active lunchtimes

























Feedback from the children.



















































 We have worked with the children to look at playtimes and equipment. Equipment has been purchased and now we see a range of activity happening at lunchtime and playtime. The equipment has been used with the class teacher to show a range of ideas the children could use. Children are working co-operatively to play games. There are a range of games and more physical activity is taking place on a daily basis. The children are enjoying their playtimes more. They start the afternoons in a positive way. Incidents between children at lunchtime have more than halved. 

 6.To have a disabled sports person attend an assembly and class sessions for boccia and then to start a club




















 The children hear the message from a disabled person as to how sports has helped and supported 





















 Mitchell came and spoke to the school in an assembly and worked with all classes which the children found interesting. He now runs a boccia club weekly for some of our SEND children who enjoy attending, some of whom do not attend any other club. 

 7.Transport to allow children to attend events



 On going




 The children are able to attend events put on by the schools partnership






 The children are attending a dance competition they have been working towards. 

 8.Cover to allow staff to attend events with children 



 On going





 Cover to allow staff to attend events with children









 This has enabled the children to access as many of the activities within the schools’ sports partnership as possible.