Sports Funding

Please click here to find out how we evidence the impact of PE and Sports Premium funding within our School - 2020/2021


PE and Sport Premium 2019/20




To provide high quality organised physical activity at lunch time. 5 hours a week.

1 x MDSA


To increase levels of activity amongst our children, improving health.

To provide high quality, specialist sports leader to work alongside teachers delivering sport & PE lessons

0.5 x Sports Coach


To increase the range of sports and activities taught, enabling children to better decide which healthy activity best fits them.

Organising and taking part in LACT sports competitions and area sports competition

6 x supply teacher cover days


By organising and taking part in local area competitions we enable more children to take part, improving health and enjoyment

To provide competitive sports through Netball and Football Leagues, including competition entry fees

3 x Teacher x, 1 hour a week


By running 3 x football teams and 1 x netball team to take part in league competitions has enabled more children to be involved with competitive sport.

Subsidising of costs of pool hire for swimming lessons to ease parental burden


Reducing parental contributions has encouraged more engagement in this vital activity.

Provide competitive sports through Fortius organisation.


The year group specific competitions provide some of our younger children with experience of competitive style


Staff training and development opportunities, to cover enrolment and supply cover costs 


Ensure we are keeping up to date with the latest developments in respect of age-appropriate sports coaching

The purchase of resources in order to deliver extra-curricular activities after school and additional sports play activities for children with physical disabilities


As part of our commitment to providing high quality Physical Education we must ensure that our teachers have access to appropriate equipment, and that the equipment is available to enable children

to fully participate in activities.

To cover the cost of transportation to sporting events, and covering the cost of trophies.


As part of our expansion of competitive events, teams need transportation to and from venues, thus enabling children to participate in range of different events.  This year saw more children taking part in access days to allow children with disabilities to experience a range of activities.

Children also like tokens/medals celebrating their achievement, both individual and for the trophy cabinet!

Expansion and addition to playground fitness equipment to promote and allow greater use (per children’s request and suggestions)


In order to further engage children in healthy activities we undertook a revamp of the current playground fitness equipment, updating and expanding the provision.

Construction of new running track around the school field to encourage both short and longer distance running events as class, small group or individual events


A proper surface and marked distances children encourage and challenge each other to beat their own records and each other.