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Sports Premium

Action Plan for spending the School Sports Premium (20-21)

The Government has confirmed £320 million per annum for the academic years 2020-2021, 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:

£19,180 (September 2020- July 2021)
£3075 (underspend from academic year 19-20, due to Covid-19)
Total - £22,255

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

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)

• Train Lunchtime supervisors to encourage the active mile.

(Key indicator 3)

Platinum sports package -


 Cost £2600



• Staff will gain a deeper understanding of an area of PE where they wish to upskill. (Informal monitoring)

• Teaching will improve because staff will develop their understanding of how to teach high quality PE.
(Informal monitoring)

• More children will have the opportunity to attend competitive sporting events in intra competitions with other schools within the partnership and to take part in before school clubs.

(Assess percentage of children, who participate, at the end of the academic year).

• Higher numbers of KS1 children will take part of games based activities during lunch-times.

(Informal monitoring)

• Children will be encouraged to develop a lifelong habit of daily physical exercise.

(Lunchtime record to assess data at the end of the academic year).

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

Cost: £600 (£200 full day cover).


Staff members will have a deeper knowledge in targeted areas of the PE curriculum, including dance, gymnastics and games and will therefore, be able to teach high quality PE.

(Informal monitoring to evaluate)

Plan and implement change4life club. Target 24 children in lower KS2 throughout the year (12 children per block, for 9 week blocks.)
(Key indicator 2)

Cost: £625 staff cost at £15 per hour, per adult for 18 weeks (including £85 for resources).

Children’s knowledge and understanding of leading a healthy and balanced lifestyle will improve.
(Before and after quiz to evaluate this)

Plan and implement after school club for netball.
(Key indicator 2 and 4)

Cost: £625 staff cost at £15 per hour, per adult for 18 weeks (including £85 for resources).

Children will gain a knowledge of netball and will receive enriching opportunities through inter and intra competitions.
(Coach assessment at end of unit to evaluate progress)


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

Cost: £450

£25 per session

18 sessions

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

(Assess participation percentages at the end of the academic year)

Provide new PE equipment for each PE units covered across both key stages.

(Key indicator 1 and 3)

Cost: £1000

Staff will have the tools to deliver PE units within the curriculum, with confidence.
(Informal monitoring)

Provide new, outdoor exercise equipment for lower KS1 playground.
(Key indicator 1,2 and 4)

Cost: £16,355

(£3075 from underspend from previous academic year)
Children will have the opportunity to take part in additional, structured exercise outside of lessons.
(Informal monitoring)
Total Spend £22,255 Actions and impact will be reviewed in July 2021, using informal monitoring, questionnaires and data.


In Year 2018 – 2019, 65% of children, at the end of KS2, were able to swim at least 25 metres, using a range of swimming strokes. This is a 3% increase on the previous academic year.

There is no data held for the 2019 – 2020 academic year for year 6 children, due to COVID-19. However, 37% of these children at the end of year five, in the academic year 2018-2019, swam 25 metres. This would have increased significantly by the end of KS2, if children were able to participate in swimming lessons.