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PE and Sport Premium

The Government provides this funding to schools every year to improve the provision of PE and sport. The aim is to have a measurable impact on children’s:

  • access to sport
  • attitudes towards sport 
  • general health and well-being

PE and Sports premium funding 2020 - 21

This year, the school has £20,180 in Sport Premium Funding. The table below sets out how we are spending this money. 

Activity or resource Cost
Purchasing of equipment for break time and lunchtime activities £700
Employment of Sports coach. £7,145
Blackland Farm day trip for the whole year group £4,751
E3 Adventure Day £1,800
Pre-history forest school day £625

See below to learn more about how we are using this funding:
PE and Sports premium 2020-21 report

How we spent the funding in 2019-20 

Activity or resource Cost
Employing a sports coach £4,192
High-quality, movable football goals for school field £859
Fit For Sport MDSA training £1,000 (approx. to carry forward)
Introduction of ‘Sports Crew’ at lunchtimes – providing children with t-shirts/ bibs as they assist in running activities. £200Resources £1,490
Ninja rope lines and storage £2,309
Skip2BFit skipping ropes for use post-lockdown/ for socially distanced physical activity. £1,200
Release time for PE Lead and year group teachers to plan together. 10 x half days cover (20 x £100 = £2000) 8 half days carried forward (£800)
After school clubs run by sports coaches. Netball and girls football clubs. £2,000
E3 Adventure Day £1,200
Albion in the community Premier League Primary Stars – including girls’ lunchtime football club and PP after school multi sports club. £395
Jolf – Golf Experience Day for year 4 £699 - £250 deposit paid. To reschedule
Skip2Bfit whole-school enrichment day plus follow-up kit bag. £660
Additional enrichment days to be chosen by staff in September (Dance/ freestyle football/ hula hooping/ fitness day/ week) £2,000

The effect of the funding on pupils’ sport participation and attainment

Breaktimes are more active. Children are using equipment and engaging in physical activity and sport. Clubs began once Government regulations allowed. Only a small number have been attending, but interest is growing. Increased confidence in children as they approach transition to secondary school. Many have overcome fear of heights and achieved at or have been exposed to activities they may never have the chance to try again.

Year 6 achievements in the water

  • 63% can swim confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres 
  • 66% can use a range of strokes effectively 
  • 72% can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

How we’ll make sure improvements are sustainable

We will replace equipment as it breaks. We will use pupil voice to ask children what they would like to help keep them active. We will continue with clubs but target less active children. Use pupil voice to find out what clubs children would like and be more likely to attend. We will have a full residential next year, funded by parents. We have an Adventure Day planned for the Autumn term.