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PE and Sport Premium

Evidencing the Impact of the PE and Sport Premium funding: 2020-21 Grant

The DfE Vision for the Primary PE and Sport Premium

ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Academic Year: 


Total Funding Allocation: 


Actual Funding Spent: 


Forest School Provision - £5000 

Procurement of PE specific service level agreement - £2,580 

Real PE scheme - £2500 

Investment in replenishing PE equipment £2000 

PE HLTA extra curricular time £11,000 


The fund has been provided to ensure impact against the following Objective and Indicators: 

To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools. 

We would expect indicators of such improvement to include: 

  • The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles 
  • The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement 
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport 
  • Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils 
  • Increased participation in competitive sport 
  • Improved mental well-being among pupils 

It is important to emphasise that the focus of spending must be sustainable and leave a lasting legacy beyond the funding allocation.

PE and Sport Premium Action Plan 

Indicator 1:  The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles 


Key Actions 

Allocated funding 


To continue providing pupils with an increased range of structured activities at lunchtimes 



Improved opportunities for leadership among young people throughout the school. 


Children learning from the young people. 

  • To invest in lunchtime resources 



To continue with the Forest School programme, and increase Forest School opportunities 

  • Increase Forest School opportunities. 
  • Include active games and OAA within the Forest School programme 
  • Invest in Forest School equipment 



More children developing OAA, team work and independence skills in a variety of situations. 

Children having experiences that they would not ordinarily have. 

Each child to develop a life-long love of the outdoors 

Children active without realising it. 

Continuation of the ten a day in-curriculum exercise initiative, of physical activity in the school day for all pupils 

Staff have been reminded regularly to ensure this takes place. 



Children’s health and fitness improved. 

To promote cycling within school 

Engage with the Big Pedal Event 


Dr Bike in school for two days, to ensure bikes are road worthy and do any remedial work on them. 


Increased numbers of children cycling, scooting and walking to school. 


To promote healthy lifestyles and active living among children 

PE HLTA to work with Active Education to run specific healthy lifestyles and first aid lessons, and develop his own skills. 



Children in Year 3 have a better understanding of healthy living, including food and exercise. 

Year 6 have an understanding of how to administer basic first aid and raise the alarm. 

Provide a wide range of extra-curricular activities, allowing children the opportunity to develop skills in a variety of sports 

PE HLTA alongside teachers and support staff to work with a range of young people from Y1-Y6 each week, running a variety of extra-curricular clubs. 



Increase opportunities for leadership among young people 

PE HLTA, alongside Active Education work with Year 6 to develop leadership skills. 



Indicator 2:  The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement 


Key Actions 

Allocated funding 


To provide pupils with increased structure activities at lunchtimes 

Equipment replenishment 


  • Increased opportunities for activity at lunchtime – including Table Tennis tables. 
  • Specific activities for specific playgrounds. 
  • Reduced incidences of misbehaviour at lunchtimes 
  • Children feel safe and secure at lunchtimes  

Use of 10 a day track, for daily 10 a day sessions 

  • As above 

As above 


To continue to raise the profile  of a PE ethos across the school 

  • Increased use of Facebook with promotion of sports activity and values shown by participants 


  • There is an extra curricular display, alongside a school games and Healthy living displays 
  • Greater awareness from pupils of the values of the school and how these values can help them to succeed not only in PE but in all they do. 

To continue to use the House system within the ethos of the school 

  • House competitions at the end of each half term. 


  • Children have a stronger sense of belonging to their house. 
  • Increased Intra-School Competition 

To ensure standardized, high quality teaching of PE across the school. 

  • Continue to invest in Real PE scheme, embed the programme in KS1 


  • Clear progression in PE being taught across the school 
  • Progress clear as children move through the school 
  • Teachers confident teaching PE 
  • Pupils enjoy PE lessons 

Indicator 3:  Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching Physical Education and sport 


Key Actions 

Allocated funding 


To upskill staff to deliver high quality PE lessons 

  • Invest in Real PE scheme of work, which has whole school teacher training built in.  


Teachers and HLTAs increasingly confident when teaching PE 

Increased progress by children in PE 


Improve curriculum provision 

  • Initiate use of Real PE scheme, to plug gaps in PE provision. 
  • Work with Active Education (SLA) to re-plan and tighten planning of different units of PE throughout the school 
  • Replenish equipment. 








  • An increased number of classes accessing a high level of curriculum PE teaching. 

To develop delivery of healthy living and active lifestyles sessions. 

  • Active Education to work with PE HLTA to develop delivery of healthy living, active lifestyles and well being sessions 


  • PE HLTA developing ability to deliver well-being lessons as part of the school curriculum. 

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


Key Actions 

Allocated funding 


Further increase range of extra-curricular opportunities offered to pupils 

  • Continued employment of PE HLTA to provide pupils with opportunities to participate in a variety of sports clubs both before and after school and at lunchtimes. 


  • Children have had a number of clubs on offer and a large number of children have accessed them. 
  • 120 children from Y1-6 

Continued Forest School opportunities 

  • Providing OAA and activity through Forest School 
  • Provide increased Forest School opportunities  
  • Increase awareness amongst staff that there is extra capacity for Forest School. 


  • Children from all year groups are being offered a wide range of OAA experiences through Forest School. 

Indicator 5:  Increased participation in competitive sport 


Key Actions 

Allocated funding 


Provide opportunities for all children to participate in a L1 (intra school) competitive event 

Opportunities have been limited, but there have been personal challenge events and class competitions throughout the year. 



  • Through PE lessons each half term, KS2 children get regular access to intra-school competitions. 


Provide more pupils with the opportunity to compete/participate in a L2 school games event 

  • Opportunities have been limited, but every effort has been made to enter Virtual competitions throughout the year. 


  • Increased participation in Inter school events 
  • Attendance at a wider range of events 
  • Increased teams competing in different events 
  • Improved performance 

Improve well-being among students and staff 


Provide opportunities for pupils to explore mental well-being 


Training and development of PE HLTA, both using online courses and Active Education. 




Children and adults more confident talking about their well being and mental health. 



Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety 

Please complete all of the below*: 

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? 


Plans for 2021-22: 

Continue developing Extra-curricular activities 


Teachers offer a range of Active and healthy lifestyles clubs 

Holiday schemes offered by PE HLTA 


Ensure development of high quality PE teaching and progression within KS1 and KS2 

Real PE embedded, with associated training within KS1 


PE curriculum created specifically for KS2 


Ensure equipment is in good condition 


Outdoor Learning training provided to all staff. 



Development of health and well-being programme

Active Education and PE HLTA to be given time to work together 

Develop swimming in KS2

Provide extra swimming for Y5 children 

To develop active and healthy lifestyles

Embed outdoor learning across the school. 

Re-introduce residential experiences to Y2, Y4, Y6 

Introduce health and well-being lessons with PE HLTA and Active Education 

Active travel promotions 

- Big Pedal 

- Santa Challenge 

- Dr Bike 

- Bikeability