Sports Premium Funding 2016 – 2017 : Allocation £8000


Identified Need

Action Taken

Cost implications


Increased support for excellent delivery of PE.

  • Classteacher’s require increased knowledge and confidence in the delivery of PE.
Purchase new schemes of work in line with the National Curriculum Framework 2014 to support teaching and learning of PE and sports. 

Hire qualified sports coaches to provide specialist teaching in a variety of sports for KS2 pupils (one hour).  The class teachers will deliver the other hour of PE lesson.



This programme will improve the range and progressions of skills taught within PE lessons throughout school and give the teachers the confidence and skills to deliver outstanding PE lessons.

Teachers’ subject knowledge and confidence in delivering PE is improved leading to high quality lessons.

(Classteacher evaluations, PE lesson observations and pupil voice)

Improved lunchtime provision and activities.

  • Increased provision required at lunchtime to support with games and sporting activities.
  • Bespoke training required to launch new initiatives at lunchtimes.
  • PE equipment to support lunchtime activities need replacing.

Ensure complete coverage of the PE curriculum

  • To include swimming
Hire qualified sports coaches to run various lunchtime sporting activities – football, dance, basketball and tennis.

Provide training for another member of staff (supply cover) to run Change4Life lunch club to encourage our pupils to lead healthy lifestyles.

Replace much needed equipment for the lunchtime activities and new PE resources.

Year 3 and 4 children attend weekly swimming lessons.





Increased participation from children in a range of activities, lunchtimes are happy and harmonious. 

Lunchtime observations reflect a range of activities available to children.

Lunchtime support staff are well trained and confident in the delivery of games, activities and zoning of the playground.

(Behaviour analysis, pupil voice, school council feedback)

All pupils can swim at least 25 metres by the end of Key stage 2.

(Classteacher observations, PE assessments)

Increased opportunities for children to take part in competitions and tournaments.

  • Lambeth Schools
  • Windmill Cluster events
  • Collaboration and support from SG Sports coaches


Deputy Headteacher leads weekly football training sessions.

Netball team trains weekly.

Girls and boys football and netball teams play regularly in tournaments.

Participation in sporting events organised through our secondary school link and SG sports. 

The sports premium has allowed us to purchase kits and cover costs for staff to be released to attend tournaments.



Children learn teamwork and collaboration skills.

St Jude’s remains high profile within the Lambeth School Sports Community due to regular attendance to tournaments – where we have won several competitions.

Pupils have been talent spotted by Football coaches.

(weekly newsletters, pupil voice, celebration assemblies)

To continue to increase enrichment opportunities as part of our broad and balanced curriculum to support healthy lifestyles. Application for Bronze TFL Stars Award

Application for Healthy Schools Status

Bikability sessions in Autumn 1

After school clubs – Scoot and Toot weekly sessions.

Healthy Schools – Bronze Award  – successful

Bronze TFL Stars Award – successful

(Increased awareness – road safety, assemblies, newsletters, pupil voice)