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Primary School Sport Premium 2017 – 2018


The government is providing additional funding to primary schools in order to improve the provision of physical education and sport. This funding is ring-fenced, meaning it will only be spent on sports and PE. At Victory we are working closely with The London PE & School Sport Network to extend the sport and PE provision we already provide.

We aim to establish a long lasting, sporting culture that:

  • is inclusive of all; enabling and encouraging all children to play and enjoy sport
  • develops outstanding teaching and learning in PE, through curriculum design and training staff
  • involves outside specialists in training and developing all staff
  • involves outside specialists in providing extra-curricular sporting opportunities, including after school sports activities
  • provides exciting and stimulating resources and sporting equipment
  • provides opportunities for inter-school competitions and for competitions within school
  • provides opportunities for the development of children who are particularly talented in different sporting disciplines

We recognise that sports and PE have many benefits that can have a positive impact on a child’s happiness, health and success. Some of these include:

  • the health benefits of exercise and adopting a healthy lifestyle
  • the positive mental benefits of exercise
  • personal goal setting
  • self discipline
  • team work and negotiation
  • a sense of identity and belonging

We evaluate the impact of all initiatives undertaken to ensure the maximum benefit of the funding.





Desired outcome


Impact measures + outcome

PE curriculum meets the needs of children Review PE curriculum

Covered by SLA

The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity PE Curriculum
PE integrated into other subjects to help increase attainment and progress Employ peripatetic PE specialist

£10, 150

The profile of PE and sport being raised across the schoolas a tool for whole school improvement MTP and sequential learning
Teacher’s understanding and confidence in teaching PE is increased Professional development for teachersPlayground development – training  for mid-day supervisors

Covered by SLA

Increased confidence and skills of all staff in teaching PE  Evaluation
Children have an varied  diet of sports activities Employ ‘quality assured’ sports coachesIncrease extra-curricular  sports clubsPurchasing equipment and resources to develop non-traditional activitiesTermly ‘Get active week’

Covered by SLA

Broader exposure of pupils to a range of sports and activity Pupil Questionnaire
Children’s motivation and enjoyment of sports activity is increased Extending competition and School Games at levels 1,2 and 3

Covered by SLA

Increased participation in competitive sport Pupil Questionnaire
Children understand why it is important to keep active Review cross curricular links science and PHSE curriculumChildren always given healthy options always given at lunchtimes

Covered by SLA

Children have an understanding why they should  develop a healthy lifestyle Pupil Questionnaire




VISION – We strive to ensure that all pupils leaving our  school are physically literate with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to lead a healthy lifestyle, and hopefully pursue a lifelong participation in physical activity and sports.

Sports Premium – £10, 150

Sports Premium Action Plan 2016 – 2017