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PE Premium Funding

As part of the 'Olympic Legacy', the government announced that it was providing additional funding of £150 million per annum to improve provision of Physical Education (PE) and sport in primary schools.  This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - is allocated directly to primary schools. The money must be used to improve the provision of PE and school sport. 

In our school PE, Sport, additional extra-curricular clubs and competitive opportunities have always been a high priority.  Our vision for PE is articulated by our pupils: "Better never stops". This relates to all aspects of sport, as well as interacting with other subject areas. 

We regularly compete and have had great local and regional success qualifying for regional Youth Games each year.  We have taken forward teams to Level Three competitions in Tag Rugby, Tennis, Netball and Hockey. 

In addition all children take part in high quality PE within the curriculum.  Sport funding has allowed us to extend and develop our provision and opportunities for children.  

Any parents or member of our community with skills and an interest in supporting our Sports work, please do get in touch.


Impact of Funding

AFPE Quality Mark

The positive impact of the funding can be seen in the fact that in Summer 2017, the school was awarded the AFPE Quality Mark for its commitment to providing outstanding PE.

Please click the image below to read the details of our successful application:


Statement of Impact

We have also produced a supplementary statement of impact to sit alongside the above document, which details some specific actions taken and the outcomes of these. This can be found here:

Sport Premium Statement of Impact (AY 2016-17)

Update March 2018: We are pleased to report that so far this year 89.47% of our 2017-18 Year 6 students meet national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.  


Financial Year 2017-18

Based on the development priorities in the AFPE Award, we have strategically planned for the allocation of our funding for the next year. Please see the following documents for details:

Sport Premium, Key Priorities and Spending Rationale for 2017-18

Projected Allocation and Expenditure for 2017-18 



Archive - Funding Allocations 

Sport Premium Spending Allocation and Expenditure, (FY 2016-17)

Previous Impact Statements available from the school.