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School Road,
Sible Hedingham,

01787 460362

St Peter's Church Of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Aspire, Persevere, Achieve

Sports Funding

During 2018/19 academic year, St Peter’s received for its sports premium funding a total of £17,802

At St Peter’s Primary School, sport funding is used to make sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport. DfE guidance outlines five 5 key indicators that schools should target:

  • the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school
  • the profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  • increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • increased participation in competitive sport


Indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles 


Key actions

Allocated funding

Anticipated outcomes

To encourage all children to participate in extra-curricular physical activities during lunchtimes and after school clubs. 





Specialist PE teaching.


High quality PE provision throughout the school. To provide a PE framework that builds on pupils’ skills as they progress through the school.


P.E. staff to organise and engage a wide range of children in F, KS1 and KS2.

4 hours Mon – Thurs lunchtime (each day aimed at different year group) £2,128 

Raising the children’s self-esteem by offering a wide range of inclusive activities.

Ensuring the best use of the available facilities throughout the year. 

Two after school clubs e.g. football/multi-skills provided each week during term-time £,1064 

Installation of  fitness trail equipped with obstacles or stations distributed along its length. 


Children have opportunities to build upon their strength, speed, agility, coordination, reaction time, balance and flexibility during their free time. Healthier children building good active habits for their futures.

Indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

To continue to award enamel badges to our House Sport Captains in Year 6.

Children who have shown enthusiasm, endeavour and leadership skills within P.E. are rewarded with the title and badge with their House logo and colour.

£96 (Further £28 on stickers celebrating performance)

Children wear the badges with pride. They are pleased to be chosen and become great role models.

To award all team members with a range of certificates/awards during Celebration Assemblies.

Children who have shown skill, commitment and resilience when performing in school sports teams are presented with an achievement certificate.


Team players inspire others to work hard; children can be empowered by team success and commit to a sport. This encourages others to follow in their footsteps to achieve.

To continue to raise the profile of P.E. and school sport, celebrating the children’s commitment and achievements regularly. 

Event and match reports are reported in the Hedingham Herald


Children are able to share their positive attitudes and achievements with friends and family to gain recognition for their efforts.


Continue to develop links within the local community. This will enhance the opportunities and experiences we can offer our children.


Building healthy attitudes to physical activities and forming great habits for their futures.

Indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching physical education and sport

To deepen subject knowledge in specific curriculum areas to benefit the children’s learning journey.

To provide opportunities for P.E. staff to attend further training courses.


P.E. staff developing specific subject areas with increased confidence and understanding in order to deliver high quality lessons in the future. 

To ‘upskill’ and increase the confidence of staff supporting PE lessons.

To deliver INSET sessions to teachers/LSAs. 

£100 per term

Teachers/LSAs gain confidence in P.E., enabling them to support children and P.E. staff fully in a pro-active manner.

Indicator 4:  Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

To compete against other consortium schools in range of sports eg Boccia and New Age Kurling.

To take teams of children to local secondary school (Hedingham), to compete with other consortium schools.

2 members of staff per match, use of minibus, £45 per event.

Allows S.E.N.D. children to access teams and competitions which builds confidence and forms good positive activity habits.

Swimming lessons are provided to Year 4 pupils.

During Autumn term, all year 4 children to receive a ten week block of swimming tuition in the local leisure centre pool.

2 members of leisure centre staff per lesson plus transport costs £2,190 (subsidised by parental contributions)

Children will gain confidence in the water and encourage them to continue with their water skills in the future.

Indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

To continue to attend all Colne Valley Consortium competitions, (level 1) tournaments and festivals ensuring children are exposed to more formal competitive environments.

Variety of events to attend throughout the academic year

2 members of staff per event (2 hrs approx.), use of minibus/ coach £500

Children can be inspired by other performers and understand the importance of St Peter’s values in a competitive environment. Children can access high quality facilities.

To co-ordinate effective competition.


£350 annual subscription to pay for consortium co-ordinator.

A wide range of sports are organised for the participation of consortium schools.

To continue being part of the local netball and football leagues.

Approximately 10 netball and football matches to attend per year.

2 members of staff per match (1.5 hrs approx.), use of minibus, averaging 5 mile return trips. £500

Children gain confidence as a member of a team. Their knowledge and understanding in their chosen sport is enhanced.