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Sports Premium Report 2017-18


St George’s Report of funds in sports



Summary of Objectives

Summary of Outcomes/Impact (updated as actions completed)


Increase the available opportunities for children in extracurricular sport using external coaches to increase club offerings


  • To ensure that children in all year groups have access to a sports club each term
  • To increase the number of pupils participating in extracurricular sport

Children of all year groups were provided with the opportunity to participate in a wide range of sports clubs each term. These include Netaball, football, multiskills, and gymnastics.

There was high demand for places as pupils participation has increased from last year. All clubs were working at full capacity.  

  • Club lists
  • Breakdowns of the clubs offered on a termly basis and an analysis of their uptake
  • Pupil questionnaire

Increase opportunities for children to participate and experience different sports at different levels working with our Secondary feeder School, Blessed Edwards


  • To provide opportunity for all pupils to  participate in competitive games with other schools, and experience a variety of sports

Sports provision was provided for each specific year group allowing children to participate in a sport which they may not have had access to. All events were organised and run by Blessed Edwards and children's feedback highlighted a positive experience to competitive sport.

  • Pupil questionnaire
  • Staff feedback

Increase opportunities for children to attend sporting events


  • To provide transportation to sporting festivals and events

Transport was provided for staff and pupils in order to attend fixtures and festivals. 

  • Pupil questionnaire
  • Staff feedback

Improve children’s knowledge of games at break times using the knowledge of outside coaches


  • To develop pupil participation in a variety of games and foster an enjoyment for being active.
  • To develop playground leaders in KS 2 to run games & activities

Playground leaders have been trained by a qualified PE coach in order to deliver lunchtime activities to children. This knowledge and expertise can be passed on to other children as they move up the school. KS2 children are now supporting KS1 children during lunchtime with games and activities.

  •  Pupil voice

Sporting facilities and resources for after school football club


  • To develop pupil participation in sport and provide equipment.

Children have responded positively to receiving new footballs and netballs for the afterschool clubs to use. New equipment has allowed for all children to work on skills together.

  • Club lists
  • Pupil voice and staff feedback

Improve children’s confidence, gross motor skills, fitness and co-ordination


  • To provide balance ability training for Reception class

Children in reception received balance ability training. The class experienced a large success rate with a large % able to confidently balance and control a bike by the end of the programme.

  • Pupil voice and staff feedback

Improve outdoor area facilities in the KS 2 playground


  • To develop the children’s gross motor skills
  • To help children foster a love of being active

KS2 outdoor area has been upgraded. Children have been provided with additional facilities which are enhancing their love of being active. 

  • Impact analysed by looking at the impact upon children meeting early learning goals relating to physical development
  • Pupil voice

Staff CPD in PE. PE Leader released to work with and alongside teachers to complete the Power of PE Curriculum


  • To ‘up-skill’ staff in how to teach P.E./games effectively
  • To ensure the quality of teaching and learning in PE by these teachers is good or better by the end of the module

A new PE curriculum has been put into place called the 'Power of PE'. This has had a great positive impact on staff confidence in the delivery of PE. This has also increased the positive experiences of children during PE lessons. Feedback from children has shown that children are enjoying the structure and challenge which the planning provides.

  • Staff reflections completed
  • Pupil/Staff feedback
  • Lesson observation outcomes
  • Pupil’s learning behaviours improved (PE and the wider curriculum)

Specialist PE coach employed to teach PE sessions alongside teachers


  • To develop teacher knowledge and skills of PE & Games

Teachers have expressed an increase in confidence with regards to the delivery of Physical Education. Staff have been working alongside a specialist coach and shadowing the teaching. This has then been adopted in their own PE lessons. 

  • Staff reflections completed
  • Pupil/Staff feedback

Specialist PE coach  employed to offer extra extracurricular clubs to all year groups


  • To provide a rich diet of sporting opportunities for all pupils
  • To increase participation rates and attract new pupils to clubs

New clubs such as a girls football club have been made available to children. These have provided children with the opportunity to take part in variety of clubs and offer children who don't usually take part, to try something new.

  • Club lists
  • Participation numbers
  • Data to show breakdown of specific groups attending clubs

Total Anticipated spend- £17,077

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