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PE and Sport Premium

PE and Sports Funding at Langar C of E Primary School

  • In April 2013, the Government announced new funding of £150 million for Physical Education (PE) and sport. This funding should be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision.
  • Funding will be allocated to all maintained and state-funded schools with primary phase pupils, including: primary, middle, special and non-maintained special schools, academies and pupil referral units from 1 September 2013. A typical primary school received about £9,250 annually in the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16.
  • Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of.

Sports Premium Funding 2017/18

We received £13387 of funding for the academic year 2017/18, plus a carry forward of £4994, giving a total of £18,381 for this academic year. The money was used for a variety of projects to develop our PE curriculum, building confidence and capacity in staff members to deliver quality sessions and to ensure that a lasting legacy was created through the purchasing of equipment and provision of a range of workshops and experiences.


The money was used for:

* REAL PE whole school programme (resources and training)  £1788 * REAL PE Module 2 (resources and training) £495

The profile of PE has been raised considerably through the introduction of REAL PE. Staff have increased confidence, knowledge and skills in teaching PE and sport. All staff have taken part in the training including our lead midday supervisor and HLTAs ensuring that teachers are supported in the delivery of sessions. 


* Rushcliffe FA £80

By belonging to the RFA we have increased participation in competitive sport. Increased provision (two mixed football clubs) have allowed more children to take part. Of our current year 5/6 70% have either attended football club or taken part in a football match or festival.


*More Able Swimming £2000

Years 1 to 6 are taken swimming. Way beyond the requirements of the National Curriculum the children are given instruction in lifesaving, distance and endurance swimming. Out of 16 children in our current year 6, all bar one are able to swim the required 25m.


*Weekly Dance Workshops £1600

The introduction of the Enrichment Afternoon has raised the profile of PE, Sport and physical activity. As part of this the children have benefitted from expert dance tuition  - thus broadening their experience.  


* Skipping Workshop £ 275        *Drumba Workshop £ 549        * Yoga Workshop £200 (Sport and Health Week)

Our Sport and Health Week provided children with a broad range of sports and physical activities. Children were introduced to many disciplines, some of which we plan on running as clubs next year. Staff also have increased confidence to deliver some of the sessions we bought in.


*African Dance and Drumming £350

The children have been introduced to the idea of physical activity as an expression as well as for exercise and competition.


*Rock UK £2700

Children access a wide range of sports and physical activities at the residential - ranging from abseiling, archery, team games and  canoeing. Allocating funding to this, and off-setting the cost for parents mean that it is accessible for all.


*KS1 Multi-Sports Club £250

The provision of a KS1 club ensures that children are provided with a good grounding in physical activity and instruction. This has increased engagement in sport and provides them with a taster for more specialist clubs and events that will be available to them in KS2. 


* Rushcliffe Sports Partnership £700

Through the RSP , children from all year groups have taken part in a wide range of competitive sporting events and festivals. 50% of the whole school have taken part in a festival hosted by RSP, and 66% of year 5 and 6. This has also increased engagement in after school clubs which have been accessed by nearly 30% of the school.


*Futsal Equipment £130 *Precision Flat Mark Discs £63

Quality sports equipment has allowed staff to offer a wider range of clubs with an emphasis on preparation for competitive events.


*Trim Trail £11039 - To be installed in May 2018

Following the REAL PE training undertaken by our lead midday supervisor, an increase of physical activities have been organised at lunchtimes. These have also been helped by the provision of extra equipment purchased with money donated by the local council. We increased our outdoor time at lunchtime to 45 minutes to enable children quality time taking part in games, activities and getting active and mobile. Our trim trail is set to be constructed in May 2018 and we hope that it will increase children's physical activity at playtime and lunchtime.



Sports Premium Spending 2016/17


We received £8515 of funding for the academic year 2016/17, plus a carry forward of £4911, giving a total of £13,426 for this academic year.

This was used for:

  • Skipping ropes

  • Allocation towards more-able swimming

  • School playground markings

  • Transportation to Bingham

  • School Sport Partnership

  • Hire of rowing machines

The impact of this was:

  • Increase in access to extra-curricular clubs
  • Increased number of children attaining Key Stage 2 Swimming Award
  • There has been a widening participation in sport across the school leading to improvement in pupils’ health and well being.
  • Increase in confidence through performances in singing, dancing and acting.
  • Increase and continue participation in sports festivals and tournaments, developing understanding of rules and opportunity to further develop fundamental skills.
  • Year 5/6 to broaden their experience of residential trips, developing teamwork, independence and resilience.

Expenditure in 2016/17



Skipping for schools


Learners have opportunity to develop coordination and balance through the art of skipping.

Learners can develop their social skills through skipping rope games for groups.


Summer tennis sessions

Widen the sporting experiences of the learners.

Learners engage in new, untried sports activities which promotes active lifestyles.

Learners develop their hand eye coordination, agility and balance through focusing on individual movements and movement patterns.



The Mill Adventure Base


Learners generated an understanding of the skills required and used when attempting many activities such as archery, cycling, den building and team building. Learners focussed on using communication skills, developing these with the help of professionals, in order to work together in a group successfully. Learners developed an understanding of how maths (counting, addition, subtraction and goal setting) can be used in various sporting activities through discussion and experimentation.

All learners worked as a team, using, developing and challenging their problem solving skills to overcome challenges carefully planned to stretch each individual.


Allocation towards more-able swimming

To extend beyond the requirements of the National Curriculum to be able to swim 25m,  money has been used to teach lifesaving , distance and stamina.


School playground markings

Encouragement for learners to socialise actively at break and lunch times.

Learners develop an understanding of number, rhythm and collaborative play through games.


Transportation to Bingham

Learners enabled to take part in sports activities away from school, and gain experience in the wider community. (Swimming bus)


School Sport Partnership


Opportunity for learners to develop skills at festivals and compete at tournaments against and with learners from other schools, developing friendships and a deeper understanding of the skills needed within a sporting context such as sportsmanship.


Hire of rowing machines

Development of aerobic capacity through cardiovascular exercise.

Learners enabled to access a sports based exercise that promotes healthy lifestyles and provides stimulus for further pursuit in this sport.