Sports Premium

Sports Premium Funding 


All schools receive funding for PE through the Sports Premium which is now in its fourth year.  For the current year (2016-17) we will receive £9090; the rest of the cost is met through school funds.


We plan to use this as follows: 

  • £4868 - staff training

Once again we will buy into specialist PE support from the local authority (through their 'Sports Premium: Effective and Sustainable Investment Support Package').  We will use this to provide teachers with additional training in specific areas to enhance their knowledge and skills.  We will be updating our PE scheme.

  • £900 - whole school opportunities

We will continue to use the 'Five-A-Day Fitness' programme as part of our focus on promoting healthy and active lifestyles.  In the Summer term, 40 children will have the opportunity to visit the Olympic Park and attend the World Para Athletics Championships.

  • £600 - competitions and clubs

This year we have been a part of the netball league and are continuing to attend Sainsbury’s School Games level 2 (inter-school) competitions such as tag rugby and cross country.  During the summer term there will be tennis, kwik cricket and quadkids competitions.

We will continue to offer children a variety of school sports clubs, from year 1 onwards.  This year we have offered: netball, football years 1 - 3 and 4 - 5 and street dance. The Change4Life Club has been running again from the autumn term for year 3 and 4 children with year 5 children acting as Change4Life Champions to help lead this.

  • £3120 - specialist sports coaches

Specialist PE coaches have been working alongside our midday supervisors to promote active lunchtimes. For two days each week they are refereeing football matches for KS2 children, and organising other activities for all year groups.

  •  £ 400 - PE equipment

We have purchased new bibs, tag rugby balls and belts, rainbow balls and tennis balls and will continue to update our stock where needed.  We aim to replace nets and goals and to purchase a mat trolley, carry bags and mini bibs.



The outcome of this year's Sport Premium will be:  

  • Teachers' confidence in planning and teaching PE and lessons will increase further, enabling them to deliver high quality PE lessons. 

  • All children will have had the opportunity to be involved in level 1 competitions and there will have been an increase in children taking part in level 2 competitions through the Sainsbury's School Games initiative and through ongoing links with other schools.

  • Children are given the opportunity to play competitive and non-competitive games at lunchtime.  They will have a range of activities to choose from.

  • New equipment will help to inspire children and promote a love of PE, sport and a healthy lifestyle.    



Impact of Sports Premium funding 2016/17


Please click here to see the impact that the sports premium has had for 2016/17.





Older children have ample opportunities to take part in organised activities at lunchtime such as football, goal shooting, basketball which is having a positive impact on behaviour. 

Children from year 2 upwards will have the opportunity to take part in level 2 competition.


We now have 5 different sporting clubs on offer at lunchtimes and after school for children from year 1 upwards, ranging from street dance to Change4Life.  The clubs have provided children with the opportunity to try new sports and activities.


Our Change4Life club has helped generate more positive attitudes towards health and wellbeing in the children attending.  Children in Year 5 are learning leadership skills.



Please click here for the action plan for 2016/17.


Please click here for the impact plan for 2015/16.


Please click here for sports premium funding information for 2014/15.


Please click here for sports premium funding information for 2013/14.