Sports Premium Funding 2017 – 2018 : Allocation £8000


Identified Need

Action Taken

Cost implications

How impact will be measured

Improved lunchtime provision and activities.

  • Increased provision required at lunchtime to support with games and sporting activities.
  • PE equipment to support lunchtime activities needs replacing.
Hire qualified sports coaches to run various lunchtime sporting activities – football, basketball and tennis.

2 X Lunchtime support staff attend Jenny Mosley Training.

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



Behaviour analysis, pupil voice, school council feedback, staff training evaluations, lesson observations.
Ensure complete coverage of the PE curriculum

  • To include swimming
  • Life time tennis initiative
Year 3 and 4 children attend weekly swimming lessons.

Children receive coaching from a professional tennis player as part of the PE curriculum.

£300 Classteacher observations, PE assessments, pupil voice.
Increased opportunities offered as part of our after school club provision

  • New clubs introduced throughout the year
Weekly Scoot and Toot sessions delivered to KS 1.

Specialist coach delivers weekly football sessions.

Weekly Fun and Fitness sessions for targeted groups.

£200 After school club evaluations.
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 and PE Leader leads weekly after school 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. 

Purchasing of new kits.

£1000 Weekly newsletters, pupil voice, celebration assemblies.
Additional specialist coaching provision available when cover is required. SG sports coaches booked to support in preparation before tournaments/events or increased opportunities to practice skills. £300 Pupil voice, school council feedback, teacher evaluations, attendance to tournaments, successful health and fitness week.
To continue to increase enrichment opportunities as part of our broad and balanced curriculum to support healthy lifestyles. Bikability and road safety sessions held in Autumn 1 for all Key Stage 2 children.

Application towards Silver TFL Stars Award to promote healthy lifestyle choices.

New equipment purchased from Bronze Award TFL Stars Award is used daily by KS 1 children at lunchtimes.

£200 Increased awareness – road safety, assemblies, newsletters, pupil voice, successful health and fitness week.