PE and Sports Premium

In April 2013, the Government announced new funding of £150 million for physical education (PE) and sport, to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. Funding has been allocated to all maintained and state-funded schools with primary phase pupils from 1 September 2013. A typical primary school received about £9,250 annually in the academic years 2014/15 and 2016/17.  Due to the sugar tax the amount that a primary school receives has approximately doubled.

Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

Our school

  • In 2016/17 our school received: £10,500

  • In 2017/18 our school received: £21,000

  • In 2018/19 our school recieved  £21,000

  • In 2019/20 our school received  £21,150

  • In 2020/21 our school received  £21,160

  • In 2021/22 our school received £21,050
  • In 2022/23 our school will received approximately £21,000

This is how we are using the funding:

  • employing a qualified coach to work with school staff to plan and support the teaching of PE to increase their subject knowledge and confidence in PE

  • employing a qualified coach to lead before school, lunchtime and after-school sports clubs, open to all learners regardless of any disability or special educational need

  • procuring quality-assured professional training for staff to raise their confidence and competence in teaching PE and sport (Derby City Schools Sports Partnership -SSP)

  • qualified sports coaches to run competitions or to increase pupils’ participation in national school games competitions (through Derby SSP)

  • buying into existing local sports networks: Derby County Community Trust -Super Schools Affiliation 

  • Fitness, physical wellbeing, sports skills and emotional and social support sessions, provided by two external experts to support children with SEMH needs.

  • In school sports coach delivering additonal sessions in fitness, physical wellbeing, sports skills and emotional and social support, to support children with SEMH needs.

  • investing in Real PE to improve fundimental skills leading to improved participation in sports.  Continuing staff CPD to deliver Real PE, teach the whole PE curriculum. 

  • engaging the least active pupils in after school/ physical activities, for example after school clubs and lunchtime Rammie's Heros club (through Active Schools)

  • CPD for PE coordinator.

  • Virtual online lessons for KS2 children (in the event of any further school closures or children that have to self isolate).

  • increasing the number of Pupil Premium children that attend after school sports clubs., free access to before and afterschool sports clubs for all children. 

  • an additonal term of swimming for KS2 children to support their water confidence, prior to National Curriculum swimming sessions. 

The impact of the 2021-22 PE and Sports Premium can be found within the 2021-22 PE action plan and impact report below.   



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