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8th - Staff Training Day

9th - School opens for start of Spring Term

16th - Y5/6 Swimming competition at Thirsk Leisure Pool.

17th - KS2 Young Voices Concert at Sheffield Arena.

19th - Maple and Rowan Class Collective Worship at 8.55am.

23rd - Key Steps Gymnastics Competition at Thirsk School & Sixth Form College.

23rd - Swimming starts for Year 2, 3 & 4.

23rd - Phonics Workshop for parents/carers of children in Seedlings, Willow and Ash Class at 6pm.

24th - Young Voices Concert for parents/carers at Topcliffe Academy 6.30 - 7.30pm.

26th - Silver Birch Class Collective Worship at 8.55am

31st - E-Safety Workshop for children and parents, 6 - 6.45pm.

31st - E-Safety Workshop for parents only, 6.45 - 8pm.  There will be a Film Club provided for children during this workshop.



2nd - Music for Life Day.  Parent/Carers invited to concert at 2.45pm.

6th - Sports G&T Academy at Carlton Miniott School.

6th - Maths Workshop for parents/carers of pupils in KS2 (Years 3, 4, 5 & 6) at 6pm.

8th - KS2 Dodgeball Competition.

9th - School closes for half term.

19th - School opens for 2nd half of Spring term.

27th - East Barnby Residential Parents Meeting at 3.30pm.

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There will be a Young Voices mini concert for Collective Worship this Friday, 12th January at 8.55am.

Sports Premium Funding 2016-2017


Focus areas for 2016-2017


  • To continue to support LAPs within focus groups during PE sessions and intervention groups.
  • Develop Break Buddies/games leaders to assist with active playtimes.
  • Develop resilience and personal target setting for children to achieve their own goals.
  • Continue to participate in cluster and area games school games competitions.
  • Continue to support staff to achieve high quality PE lessons.


Our funding for 2016-17 is £4,912


This money is used to fund a specialist PE teacher to improve sporting/physical outcomes for children.




Sports Premium 2015-2016

We have been allocated £8440 in additional funding for sport in schools known as Sports Premium Funding for 2015/16.

We plan to spend it in the following way:

Resource   Cost
School Sports Premium SLA    £               1,000.00
1 x Rebecca Clay Sept 15 - Aug 16    £               4,084.80
3 x iPad & cases    £                 803.82
Transport to various sporting events    £                 700.00
6 x New gymnastics mats    £                 318.60
Foam Bowling Set    £                   22.00
4 x Rugby Coach Sessions (2 hrs each)    £                 262.50
Safe Practice in PE & Sport 2012    £                   41.41
12 x Red Bean Bags    £                     6.95
12 x Blue Bean Bags    £                     6.95
Cyber Coach Smart Licence Nov 2015 - Nov 2016    £                   78.00
12 x Tennis Balls    £                     5.95
PE Resource Pack    £                 219.75
Mega Target Set    £                 103.00
Amount towards transport for swimming costs    £                 786.27
  TOTAL  £             8,440.00


 Intended Outcomes

  • Develop staff expertise through opportunities to work alongside a specialist teacher.
  • Encourage more pupils to take up sport.
  • Participate in additional sports competitions.
  • Increase pupil participation in the school  games.


Sports Premium 2014-2015

We received £8000 in additional government funding for sport in schools known as Sports Premium Funding for 2014/15.

Our key objectives in planning the use of this additional funding remained as stated for the first year of the funding, 2013/14,
set out below. In addition, having obtained the silver level Sainsbury’s sport award in 2013/14 we aimed to achieve gold in 2014/15. This would demonstrate continued improvement in our sport provision and the impact on pupil participation.



  • We continued to fund additional specialist coaching, including weekly gymnastic coaching.
  • Additional sports equipment was purchased for pupils to use in PE lessons and during break times.
  • Transport to and from inter-school sports events was subsidised; as a rural school with no other schools in walking distance transport costs are substantial. 
  • We continued to buy into the inter-school competition and festivals of sport scheme run in co-operation with other local primary and secondary schools.
  • Professional development was provided for staff


The school obtained the Sainsbury’s gold level award demonstrating the impact of sports provision across the school and improvement from 2013/14.  For more information on the Sainsbury's School Games, please visit


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