Sports Premium Strategy Impact and Plan 2022-23




Sports Premium Monies Impact 2021- 2022

The sports premium monies impacted on children in the ways of; their physical health, mental health, and the way that exercise helps in the classroom and around school.

The school 2021-22 year was very different to the one we had planned. As advised by the council, we continued to work in bubbles for two out of three terms due to coronavirus outbreaks both at school and locally. We continued to purchase the services of two sports coaches from Crossbar as so to offer children 5 hours of PE each week. All children from Reception to Year 6 were able to access one hour of physical exercise each day taught by trained coaches. Teachers and teaching assistants supported the sessions, building on their own capacity to deliver quality PE teaching. Children and their academic development was improved through physical education after the impact of the pandemic, particularly on those who had accessed little or no school at all during the peak of the pandemic. The emphasis on PE prevented our obesity rates from increasing and enabled some children to lose weight on their return to school. Children reported that PE was the best part of the day, and it really lifted their mood, enabling them to concentrate on their work in class easier. Children maintained high-spirited throughout the changes, quoting that PE made them really look forward to school. Having daily PE sessions also impacted upon behaviour, resulting in minimal incidents and providing children with the outlet they needed to be physical and have fun.


Sports Premium Monies Spend 2022- 2023

Objective: To ensure ALL pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.


Total fund allocated-£17,760   Plan cost - £31,000


Key indicators/ Success criteria

Actions to achieve

Planned funding


1. the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity




  • All pupils to receive 2 hours taught PE aweek of an outstanding quality
  • Pupils to complete a well-being walk each day in KS2
  • Improve quality of playtimes/lunchtimes so that there is an broader range of opportunities for physical activity
  • Increase range of sports and well-being clubs afterschool

£20,666 - staffing



£5166 – staffing


£1000- Resources


  • Timetables
  • Pupil Tracking
  • Surveys
  • Pupilvoice
  • Pupil fitness levels

2. the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

  • Purchase newkits
  • Report through regular newsletter and on website
  • Assemblies led by pupils celebrating achievements and major sportingevents.
  • Noticeboardsupdated
  • Celebrate participation through certificates
  • Ambassadors-hats
  • House competitions
  • Class/yearcompetitions
  • Invite visitors to school as role models
  • Trophy cabinet


£2583 – staffing



£200 - certificates

  • Photographs
  • Website
  • Displays
  • Newsletters
  • Newspapers







3. increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

  • PE Coaches to teach alongside teachers. and run 3clubs
  • PE CPD- coordinator toattend
  • Review the use ofPE

teaching and assessment approach

£5166 - staff


  • Staff evaluationof training from coach/ coordinator
  • Staffaudit
  • Monitoring lessons and team teaching.



4. broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to allpupils

  • Purchase equipment for new sports- eg orienteering
  • Broad range of clubs offered: Outdoor and adventurous activities, hockey, dodgeball, football, fun and games for KS1

£600 equipment

  • Diary of events/ clubs
  • Participation tracked





5. increased participation in competitive sport

  • Purchase entry competitions and events
  • Regular Intracompetitions
  • Travel costs

£600 - transport

  • Registers
  • Competition schedule
  • photos