Sports Premium spending

Use of Sports Premium 2019-20

During 2019-2020 the majority of children were at home due to the Covid-19 pandemic for five months.  During this time all children were encouraged to participate in daily fitness. The Covid-19 closure resulted in many of the planned actions for the year being transferred to the 2020-21 school year.

For the 2019-20 year, we received £14,750 of Sports Premium funding.


Key actions


  •     Staff / TA Training
  •     Extra staffing to ensure skills based PE is taught with a low teacher/coach/ta to pupil ratio
  •     Continuation of a free lunchtime clubs to expand pupils experience of sports.
  •     Support for additional and a wide range of after-school clubs.
  •     Provide an opportunity for inter-school competitions using our ‘houses’.
  •     Assessment for learning techniques continue to be used in PE lessons (staff CPD and pupil tracking system)
  • Support for children to compete in an inter-school tournament.

Monitoring strategies included Performance Management, review of additional services, parental opinions, fitness and skills assessment of pupils, and self-esteem of the children.