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Sports Premium

Action Plan for spending the School Sports Premium (Evaluated)

The Government has pledged more funding of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2018-2019 and more recently up to 2020 to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. The funding is being provided jointly by the Departments of Education, Department of Health and Department of Culture, Media and Sport. We receive this money and it is referred to as Sport Premium. This money is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Our total funding is £18,820 (September 2018- July 2019).

Key indicators

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular activity – Chief medical Officer Guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity in school.
  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for the whole school improvement.
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports activities offered to all pupils.
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport.



Expected impact

Evaluation (July 2019)

Join Kings Heath School Sports Partnership- Platinum affiliation to:


  • Work with a professional coach to deliver PE with teaching staff (Key indicator 3)
  • Provide CPD to specific members of staff, targeting specific year groups(Key indicator 3)
  • Provide transport to competitions (Key indicator 5).
  • Increase the number of children who take part in intra competitions and before school clubs (Key indicator 4 and 5).
  • Train 12 children to be Playleaders (Key indicator 1).


Platinum sports package-


 Cost £6200



  • Staff will gain a deeper understanding of an area of PE where they wish to upskill.
  • Teaching will improve because staff will develop their understanding of how to teach high quality PE.
  • More children will have the opportunity to attend competitive sporting events in intra competitions with other schools within the partnership.
  • A higher number of children will be more active within the school.
  • Higher numbers of KS1 children will take part of games based activities during lunch-times.


  • Conversations with teachers' indicate that their knowledge and understanding of the delivery of PE is deeper.
  • 253 children in KS1 and KS2 have taken part in 12 competitions throughout the academic year
  • Conversations with Playleaders indicate that 20 KS1 children take part in games based activities each day, during lunchtimes. 

Provide 6 members of staff with CPD (Key indicator 3).

Cost: £1400 (£200 full day cover).


  • Staff members will have a deeper knowledge in different areas of the PE curriculum and will be able to teach high quality PE.


  • Conversations indicate that staff have more awareness of the intended impact whilst delivering different areas of the PE curriculum.

Plan and implement change4life club. Target 36 children in lower KS2 throughout the year (12 children per term, for 10 week blocks.) (Key indicator 2).

Cost: £1350 staff cost at £20 per hour, per adult for 30 weeks (including £150 for resources).




  • Children’s knowledge and understanding of leading a healthy and balanced lifestyle will improve.


  • Questionnaires indicate that children have a greater understanding of leading a healthy and balamnced lifestyle and 43% of children now take part in up to one hour of additional activity each day outside of school.

Monitor and evaluate children’s activity outside of school using Time to Move Planners (Key indicator 1 and 2).





  • Children’s activity levels outside of school will increase.


  • Evidence shows that 107 children have completed at least 1 hour of additional exercise, each day.

Provide rewards for children who take part in the most activity outside of school and for those making the most progress with activity levels (Key indicator 1 and 2).


  • Children will be encouraged to take part in more activity and levels of activity will increase.


  • Evidence indicates that 53 sports based rewards have been handed out to those children taking part in at least one hour of additional exercise outside of school, each day.

Purchase new and replace PE equipment so that all PE units are taught effectively and accurately according to the planning (key indicator 4).

Cost: £1609

  • Teaching Staff will continue to have the correct tools and equipment to deliver high quality PE across the school, in a range of PE units.
  • Conversations with staff show that PE units have been taught progressively and successfully throughout the academic year.

Purchase spare PE kit so that all children have an equal opportunity to take part in all PE lesson/competitions at school (Key indicator 4).

Cost: £400

  • All children within the school will have an equal opportunity to take part in a minimum of 2 hours curriculum PE each week.
  • Opportunities have been given to all the children across the school to take part in at least 2 hours of curriculum PE each week.

Purchase competition hoodies for both KS1 and KS2 (Key indicator 5).

Cost: £750

  • Children will feel more confident when entering competitions and will feel part of a wider community.


  • Questionnaires from children indicate that they feel proud of representing their school and feel part of a team.

Organise and implement before school clubs with sports coach (Key indicator 1, 2 and 4).

Cost: £900

£25 per session

36 sessions

  • Children’s activity levels will increase and those who take part will have a broader range of activity ideas.


  • Questionnaires indicate that activity levels of 100% of participates take part in 1 hour of additional exercise before and after school, each day.
Provide lunchtime supervisors with with additional lunchtime equipment (Key indicator 1) Cost: £500
  • Children's lunchtime activity levels will increase due to a range of activities being offered.
  • Conversations with children and supervisors indicate the participation in sports activities has increased throughout the year.

Total spend








In Year 2018 – 2019, 63% of children, at the end of KS2, were able to swim at least 25 metres, using a range of swimming strokes.