PE and Sports Premium

Sports Premium - 2018-2019


In March 2013, the government announced Olympic Legacy funding for physical education and school sport. This money is ring fenced for PE and school sport and initially consisted of a 2 year grant from 2013-2015. However, it has now been extended into 2019.  This funding must be targeted at improving the quality of provision and developing healthy lifestyles for all children in every state primary school in England.

In September 2017, the government announced that this funding had been doubled.  As a result, for the academic year Sept 2017 to July 2018, Carpenters Primary School received a total of £19,480 towards Sports initiatives.  In the academic year 2018-2019, the school will receive another £19,500.

The following is the proposal for the next round of funding:


Spending Cost Explanation Impact
Improved swimming provision £10,500 To provide a swimming programme which allows children to:
  • understand how to stay safe in and near water in Year 2;
  • learn to swim over a period of  time from Year 3 to Year 6;
  • swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres by the end of Year 6;
  • develop essential life skills such as; being safe near water, swimming and developing a healthy lifestyle.
Challenge:
  • use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke];
  • perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations;

Improved and consistent PE provision using a sports coach £14,000 To provide high quality PE lessons which allow children to:
  • develop key skills in the given sport;
  • share the skills they have learnt through an end of unit game/display;
  • use the skills learnt in school and borough wide competitions.

Membership of SSCO – School Sport Partnership with Cumberland Secondary School £3,450 To provide PE specialists who will:
  • Improve teacher competence and confidence in PE through CPD opportunities and team teaching of lessons;
  • Prepare children to develop the necessary skills to enter and succeed in Inter school competitions;
  • Provide specialist sports coaches for lunchtime and after-school clubs, including clubs for children with SEN/Complex Needs.