Tigers Trust is working in partnership with Primary Schools across Hull and East Riding to achieve physical, social and emotional wellbeing outcomes.


The value of sport and an active lifestyle cannot be underestimated. It impacts on the development of children and in many cases their lives. The Sports Premium allows individual schools to invest in the resources it needs to best encourage and enable an active lifestyle through sport, play and learning.

We offer everything listed below. If you are interested, then use this guide to link in to your existing provision.


How we engage all pupils in regular physical activity:

PE Curriculum

It starts with PE sessions that progress the skills of every pupil through differentiation. As well as this we work alongside the class teacher in every lesson, upskilling them to allow us to leave a real legacy in school. Improving the standards of PE throughout school for a prolonged period.


Regular after school, lunch-time or breakfast sessions provides opportunities to consolidate newly developed skills. Activities can be targeted to appeal to those children that would benefit most e.g., low in confidence, least active, girls only or gifted and talented.

Holiday Activities

Holiday activities are the ideal next step for those children low on confidence or who don’t want to commit to a team or club, or those looking to develop their skills further. This activity provides an opportunity to meet children from other schools and develop new friendships.


How we raise the profile of PE and sport for whole school improvement:

 Collapsed Curriculum

Planned one off and regular themed events are an effective way of engaging large numbers of children and raising awareness of the benefits of being active and involved in sport. Events are organised with school staff and highlighted on the school calendar and promoted to parents. These can be linked into national initiatives including World Book Day, Anti-Bullying Week, World Maths Day and Walk to School Week.


Representing the only Professional Football Club in East Yorkshire is an opportunity to inspire children. Hull City Football Club have experienced incredible success; therefore it is right to promote the values required to achieve ambitious goals e.g. healthy lifestyles, sportsmanship, teamwork, attitudes, respect and responsibility.  

Targeted Interventions

6-week programme which can be tailored to meet the needs of a small group of individuals, aimed at improving their confidence, engagement or attainment

Cross-Curricular Support

The science behind PE and sport links to other subjects. Sport is also useful for engaging children in other subjects. Classroom support is available for teachers, with our staff acting as role models for 6 weeks inspiring pupils to engage in English or Maths. This can also be done through a 6 week Reading Stars programme for a targeted group.

Leadership/Social Action

Children can be a real influence on their peers and local community. A 6 week course for Year 5-6 pupils, which can be aimed at improving the children’s leadership qualities, environmental understanding or health and wellbeing.


Sport can be used as a great engagement tool to learn life lessons, our 6 week programme offers the following topics, Sportsmanship, Teamwork, Attitude, Respect, Responsibility and an awards session at the end.


Success in sport and/or gaining respect on and off the pitch depends on your actions and attitude. Our STARR values i.e., sportsmanship, teamwork, attitudes, respect and responsibility encourage positive behaviour and our awards recognise worthy role models within school.

 How we increase participation in competitive sport:


Participation in competitive sport has many benefits for children, giving them important life skills such as resilience, teamwork, communication and sportsmanship. A variety of intra-school events provides opportunities for most pupils to experience winning and losing.


Children gain a sense of pride when asked to represent their school. Competitors also feel better about themselves knowing that they are supported by other pupils, teachers and their family. Providing children of all ages and abilities with an opportunity widens the impact.

 How we increase confidence, knowledge and skills of staff teaching PE and sport:

Team Teaching

Our PE Specialists come with a wealth of knowledge relating to sport and fitness. They also understand the PE curriculum, assessment criteria and Ofsted expectations. A team teaching method to suit the individuals involved can be highly effective for all learners i.e., teachers, coaches and pupils.

Teacher Training

Teacher training workshops allow for an in-depth focus at various subject matters e.g. invasion games, inclusive PE, what outstanding PE looks like, assessments and differentiation. These are often supported by subject specialists from our partner schools.


Primary Schools Partnership from Offer 2020








Number of PE Delivery hours†*








Additional Delivery Hours (To be used for optional extras, whole school improvements)






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Extras Included






Stadium tour & enrichment day






Fundraiser Day






Collapsed Curriculum Days






Soccer School place






Match Tickets






Signed football






Rates for additional hours**






† Indicates curriculum PE, extra-curricular, intra-school competitions

** Additional rates are for hours taken on the day of our weekly visit

All PE delivery hours must take place in a minimum of 2 hours delivery blocks, with additional hours on the same day as PE delivery. Please see overleaf for the options on what additional hours can be used.



Platinum = £6,000   |   Gold = £4,500   |   Silver = £3,200   |   Bronze = £2,000  


If you are interested in being involved next year or are considering your options and would like advice, then please do not hesitate to contact:

Alex Lisney, Partnership Manager – Primary Stars

Telephone:   01482 358375    Email:   [email protected]


Please note: places are allocated on a first come basis as our capacity is limited.

Please note: we do not expect to have the capacity to support schools that do not commit in advance of the next academic year.