Sports Premium

Sports Premium Allocation

Over the past four years, the government has provided additional funding to help improve physical
education (PE) and sport in primary schools. The funding from the Department of Education, Health
and Culture, Media and Sport has gone directly to primary schools to spend on improving the quality
of sport and physical education for their pupils, in ways they think most appropriate and that will
have the biggest impact for their school. The sports funding can only be spent on sport and physical
education provision in schools.

Impact of Sports Premium Expenditure 2021 – 22
Pupil Premium received£20 020
Committed Spend£20 020
CPD was received from Moving Matters to improve the quality of teaching ensuring that it is good or better
● Children have access to a wide range of playground equipment at lunch times, improving their balance and coordination
● Children are provided with places at after school clubs to improve their health and well-being
● Access has been provided to curriculum planning and assessment documents to ensure that the delivery of the PE curriculum is effective
● Raised profile of PE across Stockwell Primary School
● Children receive lunchtime structured play sessions to develop their coordination and wellbeing
● Play Leaders in place to support with children’s play and access to equipment at
lunchtimes, improving pupil participation in active break times
● All pupils participated in additional physical activity during Well-being Week.

 Sports Premium Strategy 2022 – 25

Sports Premium Allocation
Total amount received£19 769
Committed spend£19 769



Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officers guidelines recommend that primary school pupils undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school.

  • Ensure that pupils are engages in physical activity at play and lunch times
  • Provide access to a range of ecternal after school clubs with an active focus
  • All pupils recieve 2x PE lessons weekly.

Key indicator 2: The progile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

  • Pupils are upskilled and more confident in a wide range of physical education and sporting
  • Promote active lifestyles through the PE curriculum, lunch times and after school activities
  • Embed a culture of physical wellbeing across the school
  • Develop the role of Sports/ Play Leaders to support with play, physical activity and confidence at lunch times
  • Develop confidence, abilities, leadership skills and self-esteem for pupils through active participation in a range of PE and sports activities.

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

  • To ensure that all teaching of PE is good or better
  • Provide staff with access to high quality curriculum and assessment materials
  • Provide staff with ongoing CPD from Sports Coach

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

  • Collaborate with external agencies, community partners and other schools to promote further opportunity for pupils to
  • Develop the curriculum map to ensure that there is coverage of a wide range of sports/ activities
  • Ensure that all pupils leave Y6 able to swim 25 metres
  • Diminish the difference between pupils eligible for pupil premium (and other disadvantaged groups) and those who are not, in terms of participation, achievement, opportunity and
  • Subsidised places on Year 6 residential (with OAA focus) for PP families

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport / Increase pupil involvement in competitions and tournaments

  • Participate in a range of competitions and tournaments across the school
  • Ensure whole school participation in regular competitive intra-school sports activities
  • Develop inter-school sports competitions across the Federation


InterventionCostIntended Outcome
To provide staff with differentiated lesson plans that facilitate both support and

extension opportunities in PE lessons.


Key Indicator: 1/ 3

£7950Create a catalogue of detailed plans for each class and make a range of curriculum resources available for staff.


All teaching of PE will be good or better. 2x weekly PE sessions being delivered

Children are taught a broad and balanced PE curriculum


Teachers receiving ongoing CPD during PE lessons


Children are regularly assessed in order to identify next steps and accelerate progress

PE coach delivering high quality PE lessons to all pupils


Key Indicator: 1 / 3 / 4


All children receive regular input from the PE coach, improving outcomes in PE


Children are taught a broad and balanced PE curriculum increasing their skills in a range of areas


Children’s confidence and skills increase across a range of sports and activities

Top-Up Swimming lessons for Y6 (Catch-Up due to Covid)


Key Indicator: 4

£2700All children leave Y6 able to swim 25m
Additional Equipment purchased for used at play and lunch times


Development of the Play Leader Role


Provide a range of high quality equipment for PE lessons


Key Indicator: 1 / 2

£2250All pupils have access to a range of equipment to encourage them to take part in physical play at lunch times


All children are actively engaged in play during play and lunch times


Play leaders able to use equipment to support children in their play at lunch times


PE coach/ RO supporting children with structured play during lunch time to increase pupil wellbeing and improve cooperative play


Children are able to develop skills in a range of sports as they have access to high quality, appropriate equipment

Access to a range of competitive sports


Key Indicator: 4 / 5

£2852All year groups able to take part in competitive sports and tournaments through Moving Matters


All children take part in Sports Day at an athletics/ sports ground


All children take part in inter/ intra school competitions

Access to enrichment clubs with a physical wellbeing focus


Key Indicator: 2 / 4

£3017To ensure that all pupils have access to physical activities during after school clubs


After school club run by Sports Coach daily

Subsidised places on Y6 residential trip (OAA focus) for PP pupils


Key Indicator: 4

£1000All Y6 pupils are able to access the OAA curriculum provided through the Y6 residential trip
Access to cycling skills and curriculum

Key Indicator: 4

 Children are given access to cycling skills lessons to develop their proficiency and safety (Bikeability)