The government sport funding must be spent on sport and PE provision. There must be clear outcomes in raising standards and opportunities in PE and school sport for all children throughout the Primary Phase. Whilst the school has to spend the funding on improving their provision of PE, they have the freedom to choose how they do this.
Greatstone Primary School
Primary PE Sport Grant (PPSG) 2017/18
Overview of the School
|Total Number of Children on Roll|
|Total amount of PPSG received |
Aims and Objectives in Spending PPSG
To establish a sustainable, developmental and long term strategy for the success of PE and School Sport for every young person.
- PE allocation will be two hours per week.
- To increase number of sports available to children of all ages.
- To increase teacher’s confidence in delivering high quality PE.
- To improve the health and fitness of children.
- To raise profile of PE and Games within the school community.
- To give access to our vulnerable groups within school to access PE and Games opportunities.
- To promote competitive spirit across the school community by providing opportunities for competition in a range of sports and participation in inter-house competitions.
Summary of Actions/Initiatives and Spending
|PE Premium Expected Outcomes||Initiative/Activity/Objective||Cost|
|Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity; kick starting active, healthy lifestyles.||· Shepway Primary Schools personalised package:|
P.E and sport specific courses
Whole school staff training/increase in staff confidence
Whole school curriculum support
Training for children (sports crew, Change 4 Life champions)
Support in improving healthy lifestyle of children
Encourages and organises groups of children to participate in competitive sports against other schools
Exposure to a variety sports
Change 4 Life
Club focusing on improving children’s diet and physical activity in the long run
Children will be able to apply skills outside of school
Funding resources to help towards creating exciting opportunities
Encouraging and supporting vulnerable children in participating in physical activity
Lunchtime supervisor training
Lunchtime supervisors will be feel confident in encouraging children to become more active during lunchtimes
|Raised profile of physical activity as a tool for whole school improvement.||Cross Curricular links with PE|
iMoves dance, gymnastics and mindfulness package
More active lessons in school to help them lead more active lifestyles
Improving attitudes towards PE
Promoting PE and physical activity
Staff PE kit to be worn in all PE lessons to increase children’s participation
Spare PE kit for all year groups
Cost of trophies and medals, PE display board
To encourage children to participate in intra-school competitions
|Increased confidence and knowledge of all staff teaching physical activity.||Staff training and CPD|
PE subject leaders
Teachers will feel confidence in delivering a variety of active lessons in indoor and outdoor PE (e.g. iMoves training to enhance dance and gymnastics lessons)
Gaps in sports equipment identified and filled
Teachers will feel confident that they will have the correct equipment when teaching a sport specific lesson
|Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.||Specialist instructors/events/clubs|
Exposure to unusual sports/specific culture activities (e.g. Bollywood dancing, Bellboat challenge)
CPD from specialists for staff
Broad range of afterschool clubs offered to all children (e.g. cheerleading)
|Increased participation in competitive sports.||Shepway Primary Schools personalised package|
Enables children from every year group to take part in inter-school sports competitions