Sports Premium is ring fenced, and will be allocated directly to primary schools across England, providing them with dedicated resource to buy in invaluable expertise and support. Funding will be allocated through a lump sum for each school and a per-pupil top-up mechanism – a primary school with 80 pupils will receive around £8,150 each year.
In order to ensure all young people have access to high quality PE, schools are required to publish details of their sporting provision on their websites. Below is our School Action Plan showing how we intend to utilise our funding across the school to improve our PE provision. Please note that there was no swimming data for the school in 2020 due to national lockdown for the summer term.
- On the 16th March 2021 the Department for Education announced that they have extended the deadline for spending the Primary PE and sport premium
- On the 17th June 2021 the Department for Education confirmed that the funding would continue, at £320 million for the 2021/2022 academic year.
- Primary schools in England will benefit from better PE lessons and improved sport opportunities next year
- £320 million Primary PE and sport premium will help schools prioritise physical activity with education, as schools build back better from the pandemic
- Schools to carry forwards underspends of Primary PE and sport premium and prioritise longer-term physical recovery
The school began to visit other venues in June 2021. Below shows some of the Y5 girls who visited Portman Road in Ipswich to take part in a Girls’ Sports Action Day.
2019-2020 PK Sports Premium
2018 -2019 PK evidence plan and spending
Year 6 swimming results 2018