Sport Premium

In the school year 2021-22 we received 17,791 for sport . We are spending it on.......


Tag Rugby Football Swimming Netball

Spending Summary 2021-22

The impact of COVID severely limited the amount of competitive sport we could participate in so we concentrated more on in-house sporting activities and improving the quality of PE teaching.
Expenditure   Activity Impact 2021/22
2,500 Sport Enrichment Providing children with different experiences.
Trying out new activities on and off-site
Training for a wider range of competition.
Transport to competitions.
620 PE Association Membership Fee Increased opportunities for competitive sport.  Children participate in a number of tournaments.
Festival of Youth Sport
Tag Rugby Event
Multi-skills Festival
Swimming Gala
Professional development for staff.
200 1:1 Support Support for children with additional needs, to ensure a fully inclusive approach to our extra-curricular sport activities.
1,000 Supply Cover Allows children opportunity to take part in sporting events during school time and extra time for the PE Co-ordinator to work on Sport Premium activities.
1,229 PE Equipment Resources to promote new sporting activites in school.
950 Extra Swimming Lessons To promote confidence in the pool - block lessons for an intensive, catch up programme offered to Y6 pupils and overtime for staff to attend the sessions.  We took 8 children and 4 achieved 25m. 
150 CPD Training Additional training offered for teaching swimming for both teachers and teaching asssistants who accompany the children.
2,632 Playing Field maintenance To ensure the playing field is suitable for sport to take place on it.
1880 Resources for teachers Dance Package purchased to aid dance teaching
Evaluation Package purchased to enable teachers to evaluate lessons and pupils' progress.
7,500 Sport Coaches Providing experienced sport provision as well as lunchtime and after-school clubs all year round.
80 Sports Kit for competitions Children show pride in representing the school sports teams.  Increased participation.

Spending Summary 2019/20


Expenditure   Activity Impact
400 PE Association Membership Fee Increased opportunities for competitive sport.  Children participate in a number of tournaments.
Festival of Youth Sport
Tag Rugby Event
English Schools Football Affiliation
Multi-skills Festival
Swimming Gala
Professional development for staff.
200 1:1 Support Support for children with additional needs, to ensure a fully inclusive approach to our extra-curricular sport activities.
690 Supply Cover Allows children opportunity to take part in sporting events during school time.
2,632 Playing Field Maintenance To ensure the playing field is suitable for sport to take place on it
7,733 Fitness Trail Additional trail to provide a varied fitness trail which is accessible to more children.
740 Extra Swimming Lessons 19 children in Y6 met the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres. The remaining children were given block lesssons to provide an intensive catch up programme.  7 children took part and all achieved 25m (the 7th child would have also got the badge, but refused to take part in the final lesson).  They could all use a range of strokes effectively and could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.  There were and additional 3 children who did not achieve 25m by the time they finished Y6.
5,500 Sport Coaches Providing experienced sport provision as well as lunchtime and after-school clubs all year round.
500 Cricket Coaching Specific training and opportunities for children to particpate in cricket
495 Resources for teachers Dance Package purchased to aid dance teaching (an area of need)
Evaluation Package purchased to enable teachers to evaluate lessons and pupils' progress.
50 Sports Kit for competitions Children show pride in representing the school sports teams.
Increased participation.

Spending Summary 2020-21
Expenditure   Activity Impact
400 PE Association Membership Fee Increased opportunities for competitive sport.  Children participate in a number of tournaments.
Festival of Youth Sport
Tag Rugby Event
English Schools Football Affiliation
Multi-skills Festival
Swimming Gala
Professional development for staff.
2,632 Playing Field Maintenance To ensure the playing field is suitable for sport to take place on it
4,800 Path Path to new fitness trail to make it more accessible all year round.
740 Extra Swimming Lessons To promote confidence in the pool - block lessons for an intensive, catch up programme offered to Y6 pupils.
5,500 Sport Coaches Providing experienced sport provision as well as lunchtime and after-school clubs all year round.
420 Cricket Coaching Specific training to KS2 classes provided by Gloucestershire County Cricket Club.
495 Resources for teachers Dance Package purchased to aid dance teaching (an area of need)
Evaluation Package purchased to enable teachers to evaluate lessons and pupils' progress.
250 Maintenance on play equipment To ensure active play equipment is properly maintained.
250 Overtime Costs for after-school clubs
provided by teaching assistants
Providing a different range of clubs such as Yoga to appeal to a different audience.