St Wilfrid's Catholic Primary School

St Wilfrid’s
Catholic Primary School

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Sport Funding

Physical Education (PE) & Sport Funding

The government has provided additional funding of £150 million per annum to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated directly to schools in order to spend according to individual needs and priorities.

St Wilfrid’s received £8613 for the financial year April 2016 to March 2017.  

St Wilfrid’s Catholic Primary School Sports Premium Funding Report

Summary Information

Academic Year


Total Sports Premium Budget


Date of most recent Sports Funding Review

July 2016

Total Number of Pupils Reception to Y6


PE Subject Leader

Mrs J Allen

Date for next review of Sports Funding

July 2017


Identified Need



Projected Impact

To provide INSET opportunities for staff in teaching gymnastics.

Employment of qualified gymnastics coach to work alongside teachers from Y1 to Y5 during the autumn and spring term.


The profile and enjoyment of gymnastics to be raised and links are made with local schools.

Staff are more confident in understanding and delivering quality gymnastics work.

Year 1 & 2 children are confident and able to participate in a gymnastics competition at a neighbouring school.

School to be guided in holding an inter school gymnastics competition for Year 3 & 4 children. A template for the future is established.

Opportunities for children to participate in both intra and inter school sporting events.

Time for the subject leader and sports coaches to organise and attend competitions.


Additional time with sports coaches to prepare for competitions and introduce children to new sports e.g. tag rugby


All Year 4, 5 & 6 children to participate in at least one termly intra school competition.

All Key Stage 2 children to be given the opportunity to participate in at least one inter school competition.

Resources and specialist equipment

Audit of PE equipment and new resources purchased as necessary.


Teachers and children have access to high quality resources to motivate and support learning.

Children independently access PE equipment in break times which motivates them to participate in a wider variety of sporting activities.

Increase activity at break times

Additional time for teaching assistant to organise active break times and provide support for young leaders and lunchtime assistants.


Increased activity and enjoyment at break times.

After school sports sessions

Provide potentially new opportunities for students to participate in sports; subsidise to ensure affordability and accessibility.


Greater percentage of pupils participating in extracurricular activities.

Total Budgeted Cost: £8700