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Sports Premium 

This page is currently awaiting contSchool Sports Premium Funding

What is Sports Premium?

The PE and Sport Premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils.

The government is spending £450 million on this funding over the 3 academic years 2013 to 2014, 2014 to 2015 and 2015 to 2016.

Sports Premium Proposed Budget 2016-17

School Sports partnership – Links


Dance coach – encouraging use of I moves – each class 6 weeks. 2 terms. (4x6 week blocks) Afternoons, lunch time club and after school club.

Proposed day Thursday afternoon.


SUFC – offer including afternoon every week, plus after school club, plus change for life club


After school club – Links 2 x 6 weeks. 1 Fundatmentals KS1, Athletics UKS2, Basketball LKS2. (KS2 to line up with competitions)


Taekwando – 6 Weeks, curriculum and afterschool club




PLT released partnership days and competition


Contribution towards swimming





















Sports Premium 2015-16

 Term Day 

 Curriculum and

teacher development

After school club
 Autumn 1 Monday

Gymnastics (Rachel Jones)

Y1 and 2, F2

 Autumn 2 Thursday

Gymnastics (Rachel Jones)

Y5 and 6, F2

 Y1/2 Gymnastics

Y5/6 Cheerleading

 Spring 1 Wednesday Taekwondo Y5/6  Y5/6 Basketball
Spring 2  TBA Rugby Y3/4

Y3/4 Basketball

(day to be arranged)

Summer 1


Y3/4 Tennis

Y5/6 Athletics

(day to be arranged)


Summer 2


 Y5/6 Rouders

Y1/2 Multisport


Sports Premium Budget 2015-2016

    Total to spend £9505 
     Amount budgeted for

 Cost of co-ordinator

(Craig Malkin)


To cover curriculum CPD or

after school clubs

 Imoves dance scheme   £720
 Competition budget

To cover transport and

staffing for competitions

 Sheffield Eagles Rugby coaching £400
 Taekwondo   £300
PLT support

Frees PLT to go to links

meetings and conferences etc.

  Contingency £250
 Total   £9470