Hulland School


Hulland School

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Sports Premium Funding (2015-16)

The Sports Premium Funding has been awarded to all schools in order to fund improvements to the provision and lasting impact of PE and sport. This is to encourage pupils to develop healthy lifestyles and to raise the profile, quality and quantity of sport provision in school. Impact will be measured focusing on:

  • Physical Activity
  • Physical Education (within the school curriculum)
  • School Sport and Competition

The funding for Hulland CE Primary School (2015-2016) is £8,000 plus a nominal fee per child on roll.

The table below indicates how the money will be utilised and the impact the funding will have on promoting healthy lifestyles and improving participation in sport.




School Sports Partnership (SSP)

SSP Affiliation QEGS Cluster (silver package)

  • Termly network meetings for School PE Link Tutor
  • Full programme of intra-school competitions including; cross country, rounders, football, tag-rugby, hockey, netball, athletics, multi-skills, gymnastics, dance festival, orienteering
  • Access to trained specialist staff for information sharing
  • Festivals enabling all children to participate and develop their skills, e.g. Tag rugby festival where all KS2 participated.
  • Resource loan and access to quality and purpose built facilities e.g. gym, sportshall, astro-turf, playing fields

Continuous Professional Development

CPD to develop Gymnastics with Derby County in the community

  • Enhanced skill and knowledge for teaching assistant
  • Improved delivery in teaching of gymnastics & enjoyment for all pupils.
  • Increased staff confidence

Specialist sports coaches used to provide quality PE lessons in a range of Sports to all year groups

  • Quality delivery of a range of sports, linked to  the sports partnership calendar of events
  • Children provided with the opportunities to engage in a range of sports.
  • Increased enjoyment and participation.



Physical activity

Daily / weekly programme of events to ensure all children have opportunity to be active (co-ordinated by TAs and MDS)

  • Track challenge
  • Get active dance
  • Football coaching for Class 1 (KS2 mini leader)
  • Table tennis

Physical Education

Additional opportunities to try new sports to increase participation

  • Tai-chi workshop – whole school
  • Visit to Carsington Sailing club

Provision of a specialist teacher (dance)

  • Specialist input of skills / knowledge ( Dance teacher -  QEGS)

Playground redevelopment

  • Improved safe surface for PE and playtime activities
  • Playground marked to enable a range of sports
  • Investment in new outdoor sports equipment
  • Increased participation in after school clubs

Swimming programme for KS2

  • Utilisation of class teacher trained to ASA level to deliver quality swimming lessons.
  • Improved assessment & feedback (certificates in merit assembly)
  • Introduction of personal safety

School Sport and Competition

KS2 Dance Festival

  • Showcase event (QEGS) facilitating all KS2 pupils to perform in partnership with other cluster schools.
  • Opportunity for 2 G & T children to perform at QEGS


The development of Sporting Opportunities will be reviewed on an annual basis by the Governing Body and where appropriate form part of the School Improvement Plan.

Plans for the future

We are committed to ensuring that all our pupils have the opportunity to experience and participate in a range of sporting and health related activities to promote a healthy lifestyle.

During the next academic year, we will aim to;

  • further improve our outdoor play space by focusing on provision on the infant playground.
  • continue to increase the range of sports / health related clubs provided to increase opportunities for all (dance and cookery clubs to be introduced)
  • see some of our children and teams have increased success at partnership events to progress to the next stage of competition.
  • signpost children who are gifted and talented to clubs in the local community
  • continue to encourage the more reluctant children to ‘have a go.’
  • continue to invest in and provide high level equipment
  • provide training for mid-day supervisors to promote active lunchtimes


Clubs  2016/17


Before School

After School


Breakfast Club

Quarter Past 3 Club (Year 4-6)


Drama (Year R-3))


Breakfast Club

Multi – sports club (Year 3-6)

Cookery (Year R-2)


Breakfast Club

Dance (Year R – 6)


Breakfast Club

Hockey / Basketball (Year 3-6)

Multi-sports club (Year R – 2)


Breakfast Club

Derby County – Football (Year R – 6)


White Hall

All children in Key Stage 2 have the opportunity to attend a weekend residential at White Hall every summer to engage in a range of outdoor and adventurous activities. 


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