Sports Expenditure 2017/18

The Government announced that it is providing funding of £150 million per annum from 2013 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. Read More

Primary PE and Sports Funding

The Government announced that is providing funding of £150 million per annum from 2013 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sports, and will see money going directly to primary schools (Middle deemed Primary) to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The rationale is that it will capitalise on the legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games.

Purpose of Funding

Schools have to spend the PE and sports funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, we will have the freedom to choose how we do this.


Improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision 

Provide CPD for staff to improve provision

Provide opportunities for children to access different levels of competition

Increase the levels of participation in extra-curricular activities both in and out of school to promote healthy lifestyles

Provide opportunities for children to try new sports and activities

Sports Funding Received 2017-2018

Total Allocation £19,450.00Money Spent
Total Carry Over (April 2018)£7,250.43
Sport Breakfast Club£1,839.99
CPD Cover (Agency costs)£180.00
Training costs£165.00
Fuel costs for minibus£167.70
Coach hire£753.25
Educational equipment£6,743.94
Professional fees for coaches£2,123.00
Licences (Affiliation fees 17/18)£170.00
Education visits£56.69
Total Spend£12,199.57

Measuring the Impact

Provision providedActions Evidence of impact
Dance curriculum workshops A dance company employed to deliver cultural, street and creative dance workshops.Talking to children and watching lessons has shown: pupil’s enjoyment of dance, increasing teacher competence and confidence at delivering curriculum dance and an increased level of participation in dance clubs. Having a qualified dance teacher that can work with staff has also improved the quality of planning and resources in place.
Staff monitoring
and professional
All teachers of PE are observed by the head of PE, to provide guidance, support and retain the high quality of PE.All teachers of PE are observed by the head of PE, to provide guidance, support and retain the high quality of PE. The head of PE is covered by an external teacher in order to support non-specialist PE teacher in order to maintain the best possible outcomes within all PE lesson.
Transport Coach bookings to competitions (school games, district and county events)Having transport to take large groups of pupils to competitions has enabled the children to take part in a range of competitions with schools in the area. In most cases, the pupils taken have qualified through to the next round of competitions. This allows the pupils to experience competitive sport at a high level.
Equipment and kitSports equipment has been purchased to replenish old equipment and aid the teaching of sports/activities in PE lessons/extra-curricular clubs.

PE kit has been purchased to reduce the amount of non-participants.

Rewards have been purchased as an incentive for competitions

Gym refurbished
New equipment has been bought to replenish old equipment so that all pupils and teachers have the high quality equipment and resources they need to teach a wide variety of sports and activities during PE lessons and extra-curricular clubs.

Purchasing some school PE kit has helped to avoid pupils not taking part in PE lessons or extra-curricular clubs just because they haven't got any kit to wear. The kit system in place, allows pupils to not panic if they have forgotten their kit and know that they can borrow one and still take part. It has also reduced the amount of non-participants in PE lessons.

Medals for competitions have provided children with an incentive and a sense of achievement. The children love receiving a medal/reward for their teamwork, performance and good sportsmanship. Having rewards in place encourages other children to want to succeed and get involved in sport.

The Gym has been fully refurbished with new basketball backboards and hoops in place. The plastering and painting of the walls and doors have gave a new fresh feel for the children to learn in.
Pyramid Competition (NSWWA)Group association for Bromsgrove and Droitwich schoolsChildren now have more opportunities to experience real competition against other schools in the local area. This has helped them to develop their sportsmanship as well as identify their strengths and weaknesses in that particular sport. These competitions are in addition to the annual district and county competitions offered and allow teachers in the pyramid to choose what competitions they want organised for their children. So far, we have taken part in football and netball fixtures which the children are really keen to participate in. As well as providing more opportunities for competition, it also allows the schools in the pyramid to build stronger links which could lead to future competitions and events
Sports Coaches /ClubsFour external coaches employed to run extra-curricular clubs. As well as an internal coach to run sports breakfast club.In addition to the extra-curricular clubs ran by teachers, we have also employed some external coaches to run some specialist sports clubs. With both the teachers and external coaches running clubs, we are able to offer the children a wider range of extra-curricular activities, including: netball, football, rugby, dance, table tennis, tennis, handball, indoor athletics, hockey, dodgeball, cricket and gymnastics.

Recently, we have also introduced a daily breakfast sports club. This aims to provide another opportunity for children to be physical active, whilst preparing them for the school day. Talking to the children and teachers has shown that pupils are enjoying the new club and feel more alert and ready to learn in their lessons.

A variety of clubs has significantly improved the number of children attending clubs as the different activities appeal to different children.

The clubs are not only there to build teams and play competitions but also to encourage children to keep fit and offer a chance to perform to an audience.


Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety 
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
Aim to include extra provision for those who cannot swim the expected 25m and for those who need to develop their strokes.21.5%
IndicatorActionImpactTime FrameCost
To meet National Curriculum requirement for SwimmingYear 6 catch up swimming programme for those not at expected standardTo develop swimming skills to the best of their abilityTo take place in the Summer term£220

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