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Sports Premium Impact Report 2017-18

The government is continuing to provide additional funding to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools for the 2017/2018 academic year. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.


The Grant is made up of two parts: a lump sum of £8000 per annum (which was doubled for this financial year) plus an additional sum of £5 per pupil (this was again doubled to £10 during this financial year). The pupil element is based on the numbers of pupils on roll on the day of the school census. Based on the last census (407 pupils) the allocation is expected to be £10,035 for this academic year. The 2017/2018 plan was based on expected funding before the confirmation of the increase during this financial year.


As in previous years the Grant will be used to extend, support and enhance our school’s PE provision and this year the main focus will be on increased participation in sporting events across the city and improved after school provision.


We were invited to submit a bid to FA/Sport England for a Junior AWP and changing rooms costing approx. £110k. We were short listed to be one of the 8 pilot schools across the UK in January this year so are confident that we will be successful when the scheme is rolled out later this year.






Intended Outcomes

Impact and Evidence

PE Co-ordinators Meetings



Make links with other PE Coordinators, agencies and organisations.

Keep up to date with current developments and future events

* Arrange matches with other schools

* Participation in workshops

* School is aware of any local and national initiatives concerning PE

*Training for new school games activities

We have entered a wider range of competitions this year and have had training for these competitions.


We have been able to establish links within our area and have organised and participated in competitions/matches with these schools.


Specialist Sports Coach for outdoor PE provision and staff coaching & mentoring



Develop skills of staff to deliver the PE curriculum effectively

To build up school teams & increase participation in competitions

* Upskill staff for delivery of PE curriculum

* Develop coaching and make links with other skills

* Develop links with other organisations

*Competition practice to improve the profile of sport within school.

Teachers have made it clear that they are more confident following CPD sessions with a sports coach. A teacher confidence audit was completed to demonstrate this improvement.


Competition results have improved dramatically due to additional practise.


After School clubs



Widen the scope of extra-curricular PE

* Deliver a great range of sports and greater number of children participating

*To deliver afterschool clubs that we are not able to offer within normal PE lessons

Numbers of children attending after school clubs has risen which has resulted in the children being engaged in at least 30 minutes of activity per day.

Almost all children questioned have made it clear that they are more enthusiastic about the range of sports that are offered.

Participation in external sporting competitions



Transport hire, entrance fees etc

* School fields teams in Coventry school competitions – Netball, Tag rugby, Rounders, football, rowing and athletics etc.

* Children have opportunity to represent school at different competitions linked to PE curriculum.

Children are experiencing a wide range of competitive sports that they would not be otherwise able to participate in within school.

Participation in interschool competitive sport has risen by 25%.

Coaching and refereeing courses



Develop skills of key staff to build up school teams

* Upskill staff

* Level 3 Certificate in Supporting & Delivering PE and sport (QCF)


School Games Mark



Raise the profile of sport within school.

To develop competition across school and into the community.

*To compete in a wider range of competitions

*Increased number of participants in interschool competitions.

Children have engaged with the school games. We now have a sports crew and they have mentioned that ‘it is great to organise sports events.’

Through these intra-school competitions the profile of sport has improved as each child has the opportunity to participate in organised competition.

Contribution to All weather playing surface


Contribution to All Weather surface.

* This will enhance our bid to the FA/Sport England for a Junior AWP and changing rooms costing approx. £110k.

During the year the DfE announced that Sports Grant funding was to be doubled. A willingness to utilise some of this additional funding to contribute to this project will greatly improve our chances of a successful bid and will greatly enhance our sport provision for years to come.




Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Stoke Primary

What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?


Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?