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Sports and PE Premium

Sports and PE Premium

What is the Sports Premium?

Funding from the government of £8,000 per primary school plus £5 extra per pupil. It is used to improve the provision of PE and sport, with the schools having the freedom to spend it. 

how have we spent this money and what has been the impact? 

Academic Year:

September 2019 – July 2020

Total Fund allocated:

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school.











Evidence of impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:


Progressive Sports

A sports specialist was employed

to up- level PE teaching, organise lunchtime activities, train sport leaders and to organise an after-school club.


All pupils are active every day.

Teachers are confident in their knowledge of teaching PE.



Pupils expectations are high.

Sport Leaders/mini leaders are involved in active lunchtimes.



Purchase equipment that is fit for purpose and enables children to take part in a wide range of activities.



One PE specialist trained staff and mini leaders during lunchtime break.



Afternoon Lessons:

Joint/team working undertaken in order to build knowledge and confidence.


Afterschool Club:

One PE specialist taught a multi skills club for KS2 children.



Equipment purchased to enable access to gymnastics and other sports.



















Lunchtime Activities:

Scheduled activities during lunchbreaks.  More diverse sports being taught, breaking away from male dominated football games to more inclusive games such as handball and hockey where all children have a new skill and the opportunities to be active. 


Sports leaders became more responsible and independent, increasing their leadership skills, refereeing games and organising equipment, games, and helping the lunchtime supervisors.


Improvements in misbehaviour, especially in boys; girls are joining in activities with increased confidence.  Children have higher self-esteem and are more resilient when coping with difficulties and defeat.   

KS1 children are much happier playing different ball games and circle games which build teamwork.  They also enjoy the opportunity for healthy competition (as per questionnaire).   


PE Lessons:

Increased confidence and knowledge for teachers.  More empowered and consistent approach to delivering PE lessons across a range of activities.  All pupils active with high expectations and more participation in PE lessons. 


Ongoing support from Progressive Sports to further embed knowledge and skills in Physical Education.



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



1Life Management Swimming

Aim for children to be confident in the water, culminating in swimming proficiently over 25 meters.


KS2 children had 30-minute weekly swimming lessons -beginner, intermediate and advanced. 


23% Year 6 children could swim 25 meters.




Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport:




School Games Programme ALSPS

Opportunity to compete with other schools in Lewisham.

Children were able to compete against other schools.



Annual Fee

Opportunities for representing school sports team, motivated to be part of a team, building team spirit and self-esteem, showing respect and friendship to other teams.   

To continue with this programme annually.

Platform School Cricket Programme

Children to be proficient in playing cricket.

Teachers to learn new skills in how to teach cricket.  Year 3 and Year ¾ cohort

Two specialist cricket instructors were employed to coach year 3 and 4.


5-week course

Professional development for staff attending theses classes, greater knowledge and confidence. Full participation and enjoyment for the children.  Exceptional progress made by 48 children in 5 weeks. 

Interschool cricket festival.  Summer term.




Total spent




Number of pupils who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres 16                     
Number of pupils who can use a range of strokes effectively 12
Number of pupils who can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations 9