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Sport Premium


Sport Premium Overview




The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.


Schools must spend the funding to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils, but they are free to choose the best of way using of the money.

Objectives 2017 – 18

Amount of PE & Sport Premium Income: £14,335

We plan to use this money in the following ways in order to improve PE and sport further this year.





Success criteria

New and improved equipment.


· Purchase equipment for new sports on KS2 PE overview e.g. handball set, dodgeball equipment.

· Renew old equipment for PE lessons across the school e.g. bean bags, balls, markers.

· Purchase new playground equipment to encourage physical activity during breaks.

· Increase pupil stamina, endurance and agility (assessment records)

· Increase hand-eye coordination (assessment records)

 · Increase ability to throw and catch successfully (assessment records)

· Introduction to new sports and activities through curriculum

· Ply includes physical activity (hoops, throwing catching etc) as well as sport.

Increase opportunities and quality of sport provision during and after school.


· Lunchtime gymnastics class with instructors for years 1 - 6

· After school football club for years 5 & 6

· Basketball club for years 1 – 6

· Cricket club for years 5 & 6

· Good uptake of clubs by pupils with clubs running at full or near to full.

· Pupil voice to reflect that pupils are enjoying clubs and learning new skills.

Maintain participation in inter school competitions for all pupils, including PPG and girls.


· Subscription to Sports Impact

· Transport needed to take teams to competitions


· The school competes in external competitions in a range of sports.

· PPG are involved in playing sports and competing outside of school.

· Girls who might otherwise be reluctant to participate, are enjoying sport.

Continue Aspire club .


·Ensure that disadvantaged pupils have the opportunity to take part in games and sport.

·Aspire club is full and running.

·Disadvantaged pupils are taking part in sport and games.





Case Study Aspire Club 2015

  • Grove Road Primary School,
  • Cromwell Road,
  • Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 3QQ