P.E. and Sport Premium Funding

            PE and Sport Premium Development Plan 2018-2019

What is the PE and Sport Premium Funding?

From September 2013 the government are allocating funding directly to primary schools to support the provision of quality PE/Sport. Each school will receive £16,000 plus an extra £10 per pupil each year. It’s important that we use this money wisely, so that we get best value and maximum impact for our children.

As a result of the additional funding we aim to:

  • Make sustainable improvements to the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision
  • Increase pupil’s participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of

We plan to do this by:

  • Hiring qualified sports coaches to work with pupils and teachers
  • Train and upskill teachers and PE staff so they can carry out their role effectively
  • Provide staff with high quality resources to help teach PE and sport to the highest standards
  • Participate in sports competitions
  • Link with other schools to develop partnership work in PE

Amount of grant received: £16,748

  • New playtime equipment purchased to develop children’s physical development skills at playtimes and lunchtime.
  • Coaches provided to offer opportunities for children to compete with other schools to develop their competitiveness and challenge the more able pupils.
  • High quality swimming sessions provided for all children in KS2.
  • Cookery club after school and ‘Stay Active’ lunchtime sessions
Purchase: Description: Pupils supported:


Cost implication: Impact/sustainability: Evidence:
After-school cookery club Provide resources/ingredients for children to take part in an after-school cookery club.



Whole school. £450 Promote and develop children’s understanding of healthy lifestyles.




PE action plan.


After-school club registers.

Additional sport activities in school curriculum time:

sport events, Olympics, multicultural sessions (inc. dance).


To improve the breadth and quality of PE in school and expose children to more opportunity to get involved in sport Whole school £1000 Children experience new sports and have a go.


Pupils benefit from specialist coaches and widen their experience of sport/motivated to try new ones.


PE action plan.


Photos of sporting events.

Travel to competitive events/external sports facility As needed to facilitate excellence in sport Whole school £420 To enable children to benefit by competing locally and nationally if needed, travel to other venues if required to experience a new sport/competition arranged by cluster.


To promote enjoyment and participation in competitive sports and games activities. To give a variety of children to compete at their level.


To develop children’s understanding that PE can aid learning across the curriculum. To develop team work, communication, leadership, and success and/or ability to deal with not winning.


PE action plan.


Photos of competitive sports opportunities.


Additional funding to support swimming/and its bus as new charges for swimming are unconfirmed



To give every child in school the chance to learn to swim when they reach KS2






To provide high quality swimming sessions for all children in KS2.


To develop a sustainable PE framework to support staff long term.


Curriculum plan.


Long-term and medium-term plans.






Permanent outside fitness equipment, climbing equipment for Early Years and development of Trim Trail



Climbing units for Early Years environment, range of trim trail equipment and comprehensive selection of outside children’s gym equipment.



Whole School




Fitness station permanent fixture to be used and enjoyed for all children at playtimes and during PE lessons.

Improves circulation and promotes healthy lifestyles and fitness.

Add some challenging play within the Early Years environment to develop high energy activity and problem solving.


Trim trail to be used to maximise

movement and keep children active during playtimes.



Photos of children accessing and enjoying new fitness equipment.


Early Years outcomes reflect increased risk management and gross motor control as a result of accessing the equipment.

Agility trails for playground Painted out trails on the ground with different sections that encourage pupils to move in different ways. Whole school £1300




To be used and enjoyed for all children at playtimes and during PE lessons to improve movement and coordination for all age ranges. Also provides pupils with a task to engage with during playtime and lunchtime and to encourage all pupils to be more active.


Feedback from children.

Photographs of children using the trails.


Noticeable improvement in overall agility and co-ordination of children, particularly in EYFS and KS1.


Fewer recorded incidents at lunch and break times due to increased opportunities of things to do.

Replacing equipment for outdoor play Replacing and repairing damaged equipment and extending equipment available. Replenishing lost tennis balls, table tennis balls etc.

Ensures whole school has access to quality PE resources at break and lunch times.

Whole school £500 Equipment available to encourage children to try out new skills in a non-competitive environment with peers. Increased activity and participation due to availability of enough equipment for all children wanting to use them. Improved teamwork and understanding that sport and exercise are not confined to structured lessons and clubs.


Feedback from children.


Behaviour log reflects fewer incidents at break and lunchtimes.





Head teacher: ………………………………………………. Date: ……………………………………………


Governor: …………………………………………………. Date: ……………………………………………