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Primary Sports Grant

Primary School Sports Grant Funding 


Physical activity has numerous benefits for children and young people’s physical health, as well as their mental wellbeing (increasing self-esteem and emotional wellbeing and lowering anxiety and depression), and children who are physically active are happier, more resilient and more trusting of their peers. Ensuring that pupils have access to sufficient daily activity can also have wider benefits for pupils and schools, improving behaviour as well as enhancing academic achievement.


Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of the PE, physical activity and sport they provide. This includes any carried forward funding.

This means that we must use the PE and sport premium to:

  • develop or add to the PE, physical activity and sport that our school provides
  • build capacity and capability within our school to ensure that improvements made now are sustainable and will benefit pupils joining the school in future years


We should use the PE and sport premium to secure improvements within 5 key indicators and measure the impact as can be seen below.


Sports Grant Funding Allocation


Total amount carried over from Financial Year 2019/20


Total amount allocated for Financial Year 2020/21


How much (if any) do you intend to carry over from this total fund into Financial Year 2021/22?


Total amount allocated for Financial Year 2021/22


Total amount of funding for Financial Year  2021/22.


Total amount of funding for Financial Year 2022/23.

Amount spent and reported on by 31st July 2022.

Amount remaining for Financial Year 2022/23.

£7,587 rec’d May 2022




Swimming Data


Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.


Due to exceptional circumstances priority should be given to ensuring that pupils can perform safe self rescue even if they do not fully meet the first two requirements of the NC programme of study



What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?



What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?



What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?


Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and sport premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?




Action Plan and Budget Tracking

The below information captures our annual spend against the 5 key indicators; sclarifies the success criteria and evidences the impact and evaluation for pupils today and for the future.


Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officers guidelines recommend that primary school pupils undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school





  • All pupils engaged in at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day
  • Celebrate participation in and the benefits of physical activity
  • Break and lunchtime play equipment accessible for all students to use
  • Follow ‘The PE Hub’ scheme of work which is inclusive, follows the national curriculum and includes a broad range of sports.


  • Purchased additional PE resources to support PE sessions e.g., balls, rackets, gym equipment, outdoor gym
  • Gym equipment to use at break and lunchtimes so children can engage in physical activity with each other
  • Children who have engaged in sport competitions have a special mention in assembly and their achievements are celebrated
  • Lunchtime Coordinators organise inclusive physical games, utilising new resources, on the playground- giving opportunity to those less active.
  • External Sports Coaches come in to run sessions for sports such as Archery, Self-defence and Tennis.


(Outdoor Fitness Gym)

£104.54 (Games and Outdoor Resources)

£969.66 (Skipping ropes, Badminton equipment, Frisbees, Tennis balls)

  • PE lessons are fully resourced meaning greater participation and engagement
  • Children are active during break and lunchtimes- children no longer having to wait turns to use equipment.
  • Overall fitness has improved, inactive children have greater opportunities to engage in physical activities
  • More after-school sports clubs have been able to run
  • Positive feedback through House Captains and lunch time supervisors
  • Improved behaviour and engagement in positive play due to a wider range of sports being available
  • Every child in KS2 has received some specialist sport coaching during the year- leading to improved skill sets of individuals and improved performance in competitive sports.


  • Continued monitoring of PE resources for wear and tear- quick to be replaced and replenished
  • Purchasing plan to cover all sports adequately



Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement





  • Daily Mile
  • 1 session a week on gym equipment
  • Swimming sessions for the whole of Year 5
  • Greater engagement from SEND children
  • SEND Curling, Boccia and Multi-Skills competitions
  • Whole Day Table Tennis for the whole school
  • Whole School Tennis
  • Fencing Enrichment Session for all year groups.

£1,440 (Pool hire)

£175 (Tennis Whole School)

£175 (Table Tennis Whole School)


  • All SEN children able to access sporting activities during PE and at an appropriate level
  • Work closely with the Reading Schools Sports Partnership who help provide opportunities for children, including SEND, to compete competitively in sports such as trampolining, curling and wall climbing.
  • We offer top-up swimming sessions in year 5 for those who have not achieved the 25m unaided swimming target.
  • We assess our children and display our swimming percentages of who can complete 25 metres unaided on the school website.
  • Plan timetable effectively to ensure all children get to experience all sports.





Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport





  • For children to be taught a range of outdoor pursuits, teambuilding and skills
  • Staff training on gym equipment for EYFS, KS1 and KS2
  • Lunchtime Play Coordinators trained in group games


  • Staff promotion of physical activity to support wider school goal
  • Teachers able to observe the delivery of specialist sports coaching to then implement similar strategies and techniques in their own PE lessons.
  • Staff able to deliver correct, age appropriate, safe practice using a range of resources.
  • We give all of our teachers CPD opportunities to develop their PE teaching skills through bringing in qualified professionals for them to observe good practice from. Staff also have access to the high-quality videos available on ‘The PE Hub’ platform.


  • Adaption and development of active play choices for children across all Year groups
  • Children more active at playtimes and more engaged in PE lessons.
  • Skilled teacher assessment is given to individuals, small groups and whole class during PE lessons.  
  • Continued focus on training of staff who support playtimes.
  • Sports Coordinator to continue to work with all teachers to promote physical wellbeing and new sports, and to introduce a greater range of sports to the school curriculum.


Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils





  • After-School clubs free to ensure children can access any clubs they wish and do not miss out due to cost.
  • Wide range of after school clubs to give children varied experiences.
  • Specific children targeted and encouraged to take up after school clubs, particularly to engage in physical activity they would otherwise not have the chance to participate in.
  • School aims to expose children to at least one sport that they may not have experienced before such as martial arts and archery.
  • Year 4 and year 6, pupils are given the opportunities to attend a residential trip which focusses on adventurous outdoor activities promoting their confidence and resilience.
  • Residentials provide team building opportunities through sensory trails and dragon-boating as well as giving them exposure to more niche activities e.g. High-ropes, kayaking and shooting.

£345.75 (Balls, Cricket sets and Basketball kit)

  • The registers of clubs show consistent uptake and greater engagement by a wider range and greater number of children.
  • Children go on to take up sports outside of school- particularly those they have been exposed to within school.
  • Ensure clubs are well promoted and advertised to parents through teachers, letters and the school website.
  • Continue to look for providers who can offer alternative sports and activities.

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport





  • Provide children the opportunity to go to various sporting events held in the local area.
  • Promotion of clubs through assemblies, visiting coaches and different specialist sessions.

£2,505 (Travel costs to competitions)

  • Children went to District Sports, Athletics competitions, Cricket, Netball and Badminton tournaments
  • KS2 children have sought out local clubs to pursue sports that they have engaged with in school.
  • Continue to be aware of opportunities in the local area for children’s sports clubs and publicise these in assemblies and class.

Signed off by

Head Teacher:

Mrs F Swain



Subject Leader:

Mr S.Lathia




Mr J Samuel