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St Peter's C of E Primary School

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Sports Funding

What is PE and Sport Premium?

The Government has pledged to provide funding of £150 million per annum between 2014 and 2020 to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools.  Schools must spend this designated additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but will have the freedom to choose how they do this. Ofsted will play a significant role in ensuring that schools target this funding in areas which will lead to clear outcomes in raising standards and opportunities. The aim of the funding is to ensure that all children leave primary school “physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.” Ofsted. As a Primary school we receive this funding and the expenditure is documented below.

Funding is calculated by reference to the number of primary-aged pupils at each school. Primary Schools receive a lump sum of £8,000 plus a premium of £5 per pupil (excluding Year R). This has resulted in funding of £9,783 in 2016-17.  Carry forward of £4,701.


Our aim for sports at St Peter’s School is that we raise achievement throughout the whole curriculum through quality inclusive experiences and opportunities.


St Peter’s Primary School will use the funding in the following ways:



School Action


Lead Person & Costs


Target date

Measurable Outcomes/milestones

LA support and community links


To continue to engage with the Whole School Daily Mile initiative

Sports lead

£8,274 for track and upkeep


Improvements in children’s fitness, behaviour, concentration and learning.  Improved performance in the district cross country events.

Leadership opportunities in year 5.

Active Surrey

District and county cross country events

Provide quality extracurricular sporting opportunities (including admin)

Sports lead

Deputy Head



Increased numbers of children participating in wider opportunities

Attend the district network meetings and confederation meetings and events.

Wrecclesham Tennis Club

Core Sports

Premier Sports

Surrey Sports Park

P.E and Sports resources/equipment



Children use quality resources to enhance performance.


Provide additional curriculum swimming lessons in Year 5/6 to achieve 25m independently


July 2017

Individuals will be targeted to swim 25 metres without stopping.

Frensham Heights

Provide high quality coaching for school teams (Core Sports)



Wider participation and improved performance in tournaments and leagues.

Participate in Dodgeball and Floor ball competitions.  

School communication

Swim squad lessons and gala

Provide increased opportunities/festivals for Key Stage 1 children.


Summer Term

Increased participation for younger children and foundations laid for future sporting skills and knowledge.

Weydon School

Confederation schools

PE and Sports leaders to have an up to date knowledge of teaching and learning standards in PE


July 2017

Sharing with staff through INSET and enhanced provision throughout the school.

Best Practice Forum

Active Surrey

Maintain the Sainsbury’s School Games Kite Mark Gold award.




Summer term 2017

Kite mark award and recognition for quality provision

Young Leaders from Year 6 trained and show excellent leadership to the rest of the school during lunch hours.


Promote dance opportunities for all children



Year 5 performed to parents of Weydon School during evening dance show following workshops from Weydon dance staff.

Weydon School


£14,484.00 including carry forward from 2015-2016