Planned Spending of Sports Premium Funding for 2017-18.

Total allocation for 2017–18:- £17130 + £2553 carried forward from 2016-17  

Objective Action Planned Impact Funding Allocated Actual Impact
To further improve and embed the delivery of high quality PE and sport by school’s staff.


To enhance staff subject knowledge and confidence in teaching and delivery of PE activities.




Subject leader to continue to deliver PE training to teaching staff through a structured programme of observations and team teaching.


Leadership release time to monitor and evaluate the impact of PE and Sports premium on quality of teaching and learning in PE by all staff who deliver the curriculum.




Children will be able to access high quality resources to develop their gross motor skills. More children will achieve the ELG in Physical development due to improvements in resources and teaching and learning.


Staff will maintain delivery of high quality PE lessons.


Teaching staff will continue to work alongside PE lead to ensure transfer of high quality skills.



Maintenance of high quality PE lessons across the key stages – lessons monitored and observed by PE lead.


Observations made of delivery of PE by outside agencies confirm high quality.



To continue professional development of staff through courses and training Subject leader to offer all staff CPD opportunities through PE network. All staff (including TA’s) given outlines of available training.



Increased confidence in staff delivery and subject knowledge.




CPD improvements.

A member of staff updated knowledge on Dance course.

Member of staff gained new knowledge of Gymnastics on course. Information disseminated in staff meetings so all staff have knowledge.

To plan and deliver sports ‘taster’ days. Pupils to have opportunities to try out different sporting activities. Pupils inspired and encouraged to take up different sporting activities.  



(£5846.32 actually spent).

This objective was partially completed as only two taster days took place rather than three. We have planned three taster days for 2018-19. See our plan for how we will spend our Sports Premium Funding for 2018-19.


Children experienced new sports and activities. Positive feedback from children and new knowledge and information used to plan new games and activities in class.

To provide opportunities for increased activity levels during play and lunchtimes.


PE lead to continue to deliver Playmaker Award to Yr 2 children.

Playmaker trained children will organise and run activities/games for all children during playtimes in summer term.

Children across EYFS and KS1 will have access to new activity areas in the playground. Enhanced opportunities for play and high quality physical activities.  


New play Leaders in Year 2 working in the playground to help children with ideas for play. Calmer and more structured play. Fewer incidences of behaviour, particularly among older boys.
To purchase new equipment to enhance PE and Sport across the school. Purchasing of equipment to enhance new sports and activities that have been learnt by the children over the year. Pupils able to have access to and to learn extra-curricular and new sports and activities. £5000


(£631.80 actually spent)

New equipment for the field being used. Planned sessions at lunchtimes involving more children. Increased numbers of pupils participating in team games and structured activities. Groups of children participating in activities led to better focused work in class in the afternoons. Teachers reported calmer children.


Note: – We have planned to spend the rest of this money during 2018-19. We plan to resource the school in order to offer alternative and new sporting activities for our pupils. See our plan for how we will spend our Sports Premium Funding for 2018-19.

To increase pupils’ physical coordination, focus and concentration. Zumba sessions planned for Friday mornings. Increased focus, coordination and concentration from pupils. £130 Focus group of children able to coordinate better. Improved concentration across the sessions. Children learned more sequences and were able to follow instructions and sequences better.

£11310 to be carried forward