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Sports Premium Statement 2016 - 2017

PE (Physical Education) and Sports Premium Report 2017-18


The following table shows how St Margaret’s CE Primary School intends to spend the 2017/2018 Sports Premium money (£9,022)


It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport.






1,2,3 and 4

Implement a new whole school PE scheme of work



A whole school PE curriculum map in place which shows clear continuity and progression


A PE file available for every class teacher with lesson plans and resources for each topic.  Lesson plans provide differentiation and challenges for the more able


All classes Reception to Year 6 are taught 2 x PE lessons per week of up to 1 hour in duration per lesson.  This includes an indoor (gym/dance) and an outdoor lesson (games) each week.

£1000 for new scheme of work including music for the dance lessons





1,2 and 4



Supplement scheme of work with resources, equipment and storage

Children have access to a wide range of equipment as well as experiencing a wider range of sports for both key stages such as: tag rugby, athletics and outdoor adventurous activities (which includes team building games and orienteering).


Equipment purchased caters for all ages and abilities (including sensory and coloured balls for visually impaired pupils) providing greater access across the school.



£2000 for new games equipment, storage bags and containers

1 and 4


Top up swimming lessons for targeted pupils in Year 5


(The National Curriculum states: "All schools must provide swimming instruction either in Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2 and swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres)



A higher percentage of our pupils confidently exceeding the target of 25 metres as outlined in the new national curriculum


Increased opportunity for our pupils to attempt block swimming


Additional booster lessons for vulnerable pupils who need extra support


Swimming lessons and transport for targeted pupils £200

1,2,3,4 and 5

Training for Midday Meals Supervisors in leading sports activities and games during lunchtimes in KS2 playground



Staff have the confidence and skills to lead on a range of activities and sports


Pupils are encouraged to increase their participation in competitive sports outside of PE lessons

Children learn new games and activities and learn to play independently and in teams

Increased health and fitness



Training -

x 6 sessions at beginning of each half term £600

1 and 5

Training for Playground Buddies to lead activities at lunchtimes

Pupils are able to:

·         organise teams

·         implement games

·         look after equipment

·         coach, lead, be responsible and empathise with the younger children.


Increased participation and activity at playtime.

Improved social skills and attitudes

Improved health and fitness

Training -

x 6 sessions at beginning of each half term £400

1,4 and 5

Zone KS1 and KS2 playgrounds at lunchtimes and purchase new equipment


All areas in playground have a clear zoned area; daily sports timetabled for both playgrounds


Children participating in a range of competitive sports at lunchtime including basketball, tennis, table tennis and dance


1 and 4

Increase opportunities for extra-curricular dance

After school Ballet and Street Dance classes available for KS1 and KS2.  Opportunities for children to perform at a local dance festival and at Southwark Cathedral


Pupil’s physical fitness and psychological wellbeing increased. Encourages a healthy and active lifestyle  


Part funded places for targeted pupils




Organise whole school Health Week

All pupils participate in a week of competitive sports and health related activities (to include healthy eating)


Staff knowledge, skills and confidence increased through qualified coaches


Promotes the health and well-being of children and raises the profile of healthy living across the school - children know how to make healthy choices



·         TBC

1,4 and 5

To enter a range of competitive sports competitions for KS2


School has gained a minimum of Bronze games kitemark



·         TBC


Impact Statement 2017 (based on the 2016-17 funding)

 Our funding allocation for 2016-17 was £9022.

 The profile of PE and sport was raised through the following activities and developments:

  •  Sports Coach delivered high quality PE lessons for KS1 and KS2 as part of Teachers’ Professional Development. Sports included: cricket, basketball, tennis, hockey and athletics.
  • The payment of coaches to organise and teach after school sports has ensured that there is a wide range of activities on offer and that participation levels remain high. This year we have sports clubs such as football and multi sports for both boys and girls in both key stages.  This is evidenced through club registers.  Ballet and Street Dance clubs began in the summer term.
  • Dance Company Creative Fields worked with Year 6 pupils on a performance entitled ‘Learning from the Past’ as part of the Southwark Diocese annual Leavers’ Service performance. Children performed in Southwark Cathedral. 
  • Dance Company Creative Fields delivered workshops for KS2 on the Language of Dance.
  • The Fitness trail is now part of daily playtimes, lunchtimes and the outdoor provision in the EYFS. Children are able to use this at their leisure as well as having structured lessons to support gross motor skills and health and fitness. 
  • Equipment for the Early Years is now enhancing the outdoor provision to support high quality teaching and learning.
  • Money for new gym equipment is being carried over due to building extension.
  • All staff received training in gymnastics.
  • Activities and games set up for playtimes in both key stages.