Yorkshire Primary PE and Sport Premium Awards 2015

The Awards

In October 2017 the Department for Education announced five new Key Performance Indicators (detailed below) for the Primary PE and Sports Premium grant.

The five key performance indicators are reflected in our awards categories

All primary schools in Yorkshire receiving the grant can be nominated for one of four prestigious awards- see below for further details.

Round 1- County awards

Initial submissions will be judged at a county level by local experts in PE and school sport. Winners will receive county level awards and be invited to attend the regional finals.

Round 2- Regional awards

Winners of county awards are usually invited to a formal award ceremony where they will receive their county award and compete for the honour of Yorkshire award winners with the three other regional finalists. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic the award ceremony will be held virtually in October.

Before applying, ensure that your submission:

Is innovative

How has the school delivered something additional which is ground breaking and original which other schools can learn from?

Is sustainable

How has the school ensured that the impact of an additional intervention can be maintained after the grant is longer provided?

Impacts on pupils - this is crucial if
your submission is to be successful

How has the school ensured and measured (evidence will be required) that pupils benefit from the intervention?

Applications will be considered more
favourably if the following are referenced:

  • Transition (i.e. how pupils will continue to benefit when they move on to secondary schools)
  • Social mobility (i.e. how pupil’s future prospects have or will be improved)
  • The school’s journey from under-performing to over-performing in your chosen area

Whole school improvement

For improving whole school outcomes through PE, school sport and physical activity (PESSPA). Ideas and initiatives that have used physical activity to successfully achieve a wider impact than on just PE, sport or health. For example how has physical activity or sport improved attainment, behaviour, attendance or any other whole school priority?

Innovation

For ideas and interventions that have not been tried or tested before. This is not for an off-the-shelf resource but should demonstrate creativity by a teacher, school or group of schools to improve outcomes for pupils through PE, sport or physical activity.

Sustainability

For activities or interventions that will last the test of time and not require constant funding. There is an expectation that some initial funding may have been required to start the programme, however there must be evidence that costs will be covered elsewhere or significantly reduced to sustain the activity in the long term.

Active Schools

For schools that have embedded physical activity in their ethos and throughout their systems. This must include evidence of how pupils are regularly active throughout the day including before and after school, lessons and play times.

Nominate projects from your region

Humber
Nominations

North Yorkshire Nominations

South Yorkshire Nominations

West Yorkshire Nominations

Primary PE and School Sport Premium Awards are in conjunction with
Go to the Humber Sports Partnership Website
Go to the North Yorkshire Sport Website
Go to the Yorkshire Sport Foundation Website