School Sports Grant
At Hoyland Springwood, we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. We believe that an innovative, varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all our children.
2018 – 2019
This Annual Plan below shows how the Schools Sports Grant is intended to be used 2018-2019:
Annual Report on the Use and Impact of the School Sport Grant 2016-2017
|Total number of pupils on roll (January 2016 census)||121|
|Total amount of School Sports Grant received 2016 – 2017||£8510|
|Objectives of School Sport Grant
· To increase pupil participation in sporting events and activities
· To improve pupil health and wellbeing through engagement in sports and fitness activities
· To provide opportunities for talented pupils to develop their skills and have the opportunity to compete at higher levels
|Record of Expenditure of School Sports Grant 2016 – 2017|
|Employment of a dedicated Sports Leader (proportion of salary)||£5925||To provide quality PE lessons for children from FS2-Y6
To provide increased opportunities for children to take part in a range of competitive activities with pupils from other local schools.
To provide a wide-range of extra-curricular clubs (lunchtime and after school), free of charge, for all children.
To increase participation in extra-curricular sport.
To develop a programme of intra-school sporting opportunities.
To ensure sustainability of sports provision within the school
|All pupils have two hours of PE each week, with at least one being taught by the Sports Leader.
All pupils have had the opportunity to take part in inter-school and intra-school sporting events.
Sporting after-school clubs are available to all pupils and are oversubscribed.
Pupil voice (assemblies and pupil questionnaire) highlight sporting activity as a key strength of the school.
Sports provision is consistent and not dependent upon good will of teaching staff or volunteers.
As a school we have achieved the Gold standard in the School Sports Mark.
|Membership of Team Activ||£1365||To provide increased opportunities for children to take part in a range of sporting activities – both participatory and competitive.
|A wide range of inter-school events is on offer.
All pupils have had the opportunity to take part in a range of events over the year.
Pupils have progressed to higher level competitions. Two KS2 children got through to the Barnsley Cross-Country Finals. One came second in the Barnsley Finals and the other finished in the top ten (in their respective year groups).
The Y5/6 Girls’ Cricket Team qualified for the Barnsley Finals.
The Y3/4 Boys’ Cricket Team finished third in the Kirk Balk Partnership competition.
A Yr 1/2 Hoopball team won the event at Netherwood.
|Membership of Hoyland Sports Partnership||£400||To provide opportunities for children to take part in a range of sporting activities – both participatory and competitive.
To develop links with other schools and pupils within the locality.
|Transport costs for sporting events||£820||To enable pupils to take part in sporting events across the borough and South Yorkshire.|
Sporting Events 2016-17
|Date||Venue||Sport||Year Group(s)||Boys/Girls/Mixed||No of Children|
|16/09/2016||Hoyland Common Primary||Cross Country||KS2||Mixed||8|
|23/09/2016||Hoyland Springwood||Cross Country||KS1||Mixed||8|
|30/09/2016||Hoyland Common Primary||Football Team||Y5/6||Mixed||8|
|03/10/2016||Barnsley College||Ball Multi Skills||Y1/2||Mixed||8|
|07/10/2016||Hoyland Common Primary||Netball||Y5/6||Mixed||8|
|19/10/2016||Cannon Hall||Cross Country||KS2||Mixed||78|
|21/11/2016||Joseph Locke||Inclusive Goalball||KS2||Mixed||8|
|31/01/2017||Barnsley College||Team Relay||Y3/4||Mixed||14|
|01/03/2017||Cannon Hall||Cross Country||KS2||Mixed||2|
|13/03/2017||Barnsley College||Multi Skills||Y1/2||Mixed||40|
|22/03/2017||Netherwood ALC||Tag Rugby||Y5/6||Mixed||11|
|26/05/2017||Elsecar Cricket Club||Girls Cricket||Y5/6||Girls||8|
|26/05/2017||Elsecar Cricket Club||Boys Cricket||Y5/6||Boys||8|
|12/06/2017||Darfield Cricket Club||Girls Cricket||Y5/6||Girls||8|
|12/06/2017||Darfield Cricket Club||Boys Cricket||Y5/6||Boys||8|
|16/06/2017||Hoyland Common Primary||Golf||KS2||Boys||5|
|07/07/2017||Rockingham Cricket Club||Cricket||Y4/5||Mixed||8|
Primary Schools Sports Funding
Click here for the Department of Education link to the Primary School’s Sports Funding page.