PE & Sports Premium
Subject Leader: Daisy Roberts
What is the PE & Sports Premium?
The government is providing additional funding of £320 million this academic year (2021-22) to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated to primary school Headteachers.
Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.
As a school, we believe that every child should leave our school equipped to enjoy sport for all of its physical, mental and social benefits, and for those who relish the competitive element, they gain the skills, confidence and relevant experience to succeed at their suited and chosen level and discipline.
More information on the PE & Sport Premium can be found at:
We aim to sustain and build upon the progress made year on year, increasing children’s competence and confidence in Physical Education and sport.
· To utilise the COAKSSP partnership to increase children’s participation in competitions and a wide range of sports
· To organise alternative sports competitions within school across key stages such as dodgeball, orienteering and tri-golf
· To monitor and support the teaching of competitive games through CPD
· To increase the involvement of non-active pupils
· To increase the involvement of boys, girls, SEN and PP in personal challenges
· To promote the School Games Mark to parents and the local community through the website, twitter and school newsletter
· To engage at least 15% of pupils in leading and managing competitions
· To continue to develop an A, B and C school football, netball and athletics team
· To adhere and embed the use of the planning and assessment of PE using Complete PE & Insight
· To inform pupils of a wide range of sports available in school
· To continue to order new PE equipment according to use and condition
· To promote a healthy lifestyle and healthy meal choices through healthy eating workshops for children
· To encourage children to take part in daily exercise through targeted lunchtime sport activities and the daily mile
· To celebrate sporting achievements throughout the school
· To achieve the Gold School Games award
· To enhance the teaching and learning of PE through the use of professional coaches and CPD opportunities
· To educate and inspire children to have healthy lifestyles and to try a range of sports
· Children will have the confidence and competence to take part in a range of sport competitions and physical sport within and outside of school
· Children will have the opportunity to compete at school and regional levels
· Children will develop key skills through PE lessons and extra curricular activities
· Teachers’ assessment of pupils’ abilities will be able to identify clear next steps for future provision
· Less- active pupils will be identified and encouraged to take part in sport and to develop a positive attitude towards sport and a healthy life style
· The number of boys and girls taking part in sport will be identified and monitored to ensure that there is an equal attendance of genders
· Teachers’ CPD will ensure that children are being effectively taught the key skills from the National Curriculum
· Children will be aware of a range of sports that they can take part in to encourage increased participation
· Children will be more informed about healthy lifestyle choices
· Children will experience a range of sports that could impact their attitude towards fitness and healthy living
The impact of this funding will be measured through:
· Pupil questionnaires measuring the interest of children in different areas of the PE curriculum and impact upon wellbeing
· Teacher questionnaires measuring the interest of children in different areas of the PE curriculum
· An improvement in the quality of teaching in Physical Education and sport through lesson observations, and CPD opportunities
· The progress and attainment of pupils
· Increased number of children engaging in competitions and clubs (including less-active children)