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Sport Premium Funding


Sports Premium 2019-20

 Our funding for 2019-20 is £16,690

 Please click on the link to find out how we will be spending the funding. 

 Primary PE and Sports Plan 2020-2021


Sports Premium 2019-20

 Our funding for 2019-20 is £16,560

 Please click on the link to find out how we will be spending the funding. 

Primary PE and Sports Plan 2019-2020



Sports Premium 2018-19

Our funding for 2018-19 is £16,770

Please click on the link to find out how we will be spending the funding. 

Primary PE and Sports Plan 2018-2019


77% of our Year 6 pupils can currently swim at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and can perform safe self-rescue in different water based situations. We are aiming for this to be 100% by July 2019. 


Sports Premium 2017-18

Our funding for this year was £8,385. We used the funding to continue taking part in the Small Schools Cluster Sports events.  It was also used to fund a specialist PE coach to improve sporting/physical outcomes for children and to provide equipment to ensure active playtimes. 


Sports Premium 2016-17

Our funding for this year was £8,315. The money was used to develop play leaders to assist with activities at lunchtime. We also purchased additional outdoor equipment to provide a variety of activities. We also used the funding to purchase fruit and vegetables for the children to enjoy during our Reading Cafe. 


What is the Sports Premium?

The government provides funding every year to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

Each school will receive £8,000 plus an extra £5 per pupil each year.

At Sacred Heart Primary School that will mean £8,315 a year. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.


Purpose of the funding

Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.


Professional development of staff

One of the key strands of the sports funding is to develop the skills of our school staff so that the quality of PE and sport that is delivered will be enhanced. Qualified sports coaches will work alongside staff to deliver lessons and support planning and delivery of PE. Working in this way teacher confidence and expertise will develop and the school will benefit from high quality planning resource materials. 


Sports Coach

We have employed Mr Adam Scaife and Sporting Futures as our sports coaches.



Sports Clubs

Thirsk Tennis Club / Thirsk Tennis Club (

Northallerton Tennis Club / Introduction to Our Club (


Welcome to Thirsk Falcons | Thirsk Falcons

Northallerton Town Junior Football Club (NTJFC)!/


Thirsk Rugby Union Football Club (

Northallerton Rugby Club (


Thirsk Hockey Club (

Northallerton Hockey Club teams


Thirsk White Horse Swim Team homepage (

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Thirsk and Sowerby sports timetable – Zest (

Northallerton sports timetable – Zest (

Thirsk CC (

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Sessay CC (

East Harlsey CC (


Thirsk - Richmondshire Gymnastics Club

Northallerton Gym Club TBC

Thirsk Netball Club - Home | Facebook

Hillside Rural Activities Park ( Football, Tennis and cricket.

Allerton Junior Athletics Club-Knayton Rural Park- Track & field - XC, Road Running & compete in North East track league, XC league. 

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