Statutory Information
PE & Sports Grant

PE & Sports Grant


It is our vision for the Sports Premium funding to ensure that ALL pupils leaving primary school will be physically literate and have the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

This year we have been awarded £8,910 in sports premium grant which has been spent on specialised PE coaches to team teach all class teachers throughout the school.  This amount also includes the yearly sports day they run for us.

Our sports provider also run 8 extra curricular activities per week across breakfast and after school clubs.

The range of sport and PE activities has increased and includes tri golf, football, gymnastics, athletics, multi-skills, ultimate frisbee and cricket.

There has been an increased number of children taking part in competition sports.  Nearly 50% of Yrs 5 and 6 in Autumn/Spring terms.

Teachers and TA’s are involved in lessons and have up-skilled in PE and Games teaching.

PE Impact Statement

Survey Years 1-6

1. Enjoy PE/Games lessons

Yes = 65%      Sometimes = 34%         No = 1%

2. Have learned new skills (most able to identify these)

Yes = 87%     No = 13%

3. Attends Sports Club at school

Yes = 47%     No = 53%

4. Attend Sports Club other than at school

Yes = 55%     No = 45%

5. Attend any Sports Club

Yes = 74%     No = 26%

To view our PE long term plan 2016/2017 please click on the link



The impact on participation is that almost 50% of Year 5 and Year 6 children have played representative sport so far this autumn.

We will be continuing the impact for spending so that this is sustainable by providing as many opportunities as possible for participation in sports, clubs and competitive sport.


This year we have been awarded £8,895 in sports premium grant, which has been spent on contracting specialist coaches from Progressive Sports as they were very successful last year.

As a result of the above provision children have been very positive about the fitness interventions sessions stating that they are always fun and they wear you out! They also stated that they enjoy PE lessons, particularly basketball and the dance lessons where they make up their own dances.

As a result of the above provision from the previous academic year, children are now more enthusiastic about PE and have participated in a greater range of activities. The number of children working at or above age related expectations in PE is higher than in former years. Teachers also feel better equipped to lead PE lessons due to improved subject knowledge in a range of sports, athletics, dance and gymnastics activities.

Two free lunchtime clubs are offered each week.

Please click here to view our PE Action Plan for 2014-2015.


This year we have been awarded £8,380 in sports premium grant, which has been spent on contracting specialist coaches from Progressive Sports.

They enhance the quality of our PE provision in a variety of ways:

  1. Fun fitness intervention sessions for less active children or those who have expressed low levels of enthusiasm for sports. These sessions are also used as a reward for children who have been participating well in whole class PE lessons.
  2. Each class from Nursery up to Year 6 receive a weekly PE lesson led by a qualified coach.
  3. Teachers attend lessons taught by coaches. This allows for professional development as well as valuable assessment opportunities.
  4. A free morning sports club is offered weekly.