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Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School

Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School

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Sports Premium

Primary Sports Premium Grant

Brinkworth Earl Danby’s Church of England Primary School for 2018/2019. 

Primary Sport Grant Awarded to Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School

Total Number of pupils on roll


Total Amount awarded for academic year Sept 2018 – July 2019

£17,400 plus £10,123 b/f


Objectives for spending of Sports Grant

  • To further improve the provision of PE at Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School
  • To broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils
  • To further develop a love of sport and physical activity
  • To increase the proportion of pupils engaged in physical activity
  • Encourage pupils to live a healthy and active lifestyle outside of school


Key Indicators

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity per day in school.
  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge & skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport

Key indicators


Estimated Costs




Sports Week funding to enable all pupils to access and trial different sports


All children to trial new sports

All children to participate as a large group

New sports were trialled across both sites

All pupils were able to access at least one sport new to them

New sports coaches worked with the pupils across both sites

Children celebrated their experiences and successes together for sports afternoon


Releasing the PE subject leaders to enable them to attend cluster meetings.

Releasing staff to enable them to accompany children to various cluster sports competitions and meetings


To enable our school to maintain links with our MWSSP and cluster of local schools

To further develop opportunities for staff collaboration & CPD

All children Y1-6 will be given opportunities to take part in cluster and local sporting events

Cluster meetings – 3x ½ days per year

Cluster festivals – Year 3 & 4 football, Year 5 & 6 football, Year 5 & 6 netball, gymnastics, TOP’s, cross country, Year 6 athletics, year 1 & 2 orienteering, year 3 & 4 Orienteering, and Lifesaving skills


Provide a suitable surface to enable pupils to complete ‘The Daily Mile’


Instal an all-weather track and pupils to complete a mile before the start of school

All children now complete a mile every morning before the start of lessons.

All children are more active and alert in the morning.

All children enjoy taking part.


Professional support for cluster development from local secondary school


PE subject leader to receive high quality CPD and will feel well supported.

Children have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of sporting opportunities


Playmaker Scheme

Sport training


Hire of transport to take children to sporting activities


All children in Y1 – 6 will have opportunities to participate in a wide range of sporting activities

Cross country

Orienteering, football, gymnastics, netball, swimming, athletics


Contribution to costs of additional school sports clubs


To identify pupils to receive financial support to enable them to take part in extra-curricular activities.

Encourage less-active pupils to participate in sport.

After school clubs include judo, football and dodgeball.

Explore the possibility of applying for the active school mark


Promote a healthy, active and safe lifestyle.


Equip our pupils with the necessary skills and knowledge to maintain a healthy, active and safe lifestyle

Year 6 pupils took part in swimming self-rescue course

Year 6 pupils develop lifesaving first-aid skills


Provide quality assured equipment for sport and to promote active lifestyles.


All children to have access to quality assured equipment

Maintain outdoor large equipment – trim trail at Upper School


Grounds maintenance to support use of the field for a wider amount and choice of activities


A wider choice of sorts can be offered safely.

Field kept safe through regular filling of holes etc.

Sports day markings on both sites.



Additional coaching opportunities in sports new to the school -


This will increase staff subject knowledge, skills and confidence

To develop provision and inclusion for all pupils.

Assessment in PE (A new school assessment sheet to be created and used by all staff in 2019/2020

Knowledge of how to carry out assessment and provide appropriate levels of challenge in an inclusive manner.



Total PPSG received



Actual PPSG expenditure



PPSG remaining




Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety 2018-2019


What percentage of current year 6 pupils swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m?


What percentage of current year 6 pupils use a range of strokes effectively?


What percentage of current year 6 pupils perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?


Has the Primary & Sport Premium been used to provide additional provision for swimming over and above the national curriculum requirements?


2019 2020 Funding

Our funding this academic year is approximately £17,360

We shall be using this to continue with our provision of specialist sports coaching

Expand the variety of after school clubs to encourage greater participation.

Provide equipment to encourage EYFS to be more active at school.

Continue to encourage Year 6 pupils to live a healthy, active and safe lifestyle post year 6.

Training for all staff, resources and equipment.

We will also continue to fund entry into local sports festivals, travel to sporting events.

We will continue to update our sport equipment to ensure that quality equipment is available to all children on both sites.

We will organise a sports week where our pupils are able to try less popular sports.

Support children to achieve through the ASA School Swimming Awards and ensure pupils are ready to meet the requirements at the end of KS2.






Orienteering Festival Y1/2 and Y3/4

May 2019

A few pupils came in the top 3 for their event

First Aid Training

June 2019

All year 6 pupils competed a first aid training course

Y6 Athletics Festival

June 2019

 Transition event

TOPs Activity

November 2018

4 teams of 6 from Year 3 and 4

Netball Y5/6 Malmesbury School

November 2018

One team made it through to the next level competition.

Football Y5/6 Red Bull FC Malmesbury

November 2018

3 teams entered – One team made it trough to the next level competition.

Gymnastics Malmesbury School

January 2019

 Two pupils came in the top 3 for their discipline

Football Y3/4 Red Bull FC Malmesbury

March 2019

 2 teams entered

Cross Country

November 2019

A large number of pupils took part in this event






Multi-sport activities


April – March 2018/19

All staff

Sports Week

June 2019

PE assessment training – EYFS – Y3


Jan- Feb 2018

PE assessment training – Y4-6


Feb – March 2018

Playmaker Scheme

Secondary School

September/ January 2017/2018