Sports Premium

The Sport Premium is funding for schools that is ring-fenced for improving the provision for Physical Education and sport for all pupils.

Schools have been encouraged to consider the impact of the funding on pupils’ lifestyles and physical wellbeing by taking account of the following factors:

Below is the link to our annual report on spending of the PE & Sports grant. It explains how we have used the grant last school year and what the plans are for the current year.

Sports Premium 2021

Key Aspirations

The PE curriculum is broad and balanced. It is fun and delivered safely in a range of environments, which develops all physical skills. All pupils receive two hours of timetabled PE and the opportunity to participate in sustainable after school sports and activities that will encourage healthy lifestyle choices. The confidence and competence of staff is good in the delivery of all elements of the PE curriculum with lessons achieving good and outstanding. All pupils make progress and assessment demonstrates rigour. The whole school celebrates the role of physical education and sport and it is recognised as a contributor to overall school achievement.


Development of:

Read the school's PE and Sports Policy here

Details of the Year 6 Swimming Competency

Primary schools are required to publish details of the swimming competency of their Y6 cohort.

Of the 16 children in the past year 6 cohort, 9 of them could do each of the following:

This was quite an achievement as due to Covid the class had not had swimming lessons for two years. The 9 had achieved the standard when they were Y3.