PE and Sports Premium Funding

What is P.E. Sport Funding?

The Government provides additional funding for P.E. (Physical Education) and sport in schools. The PE and Sports Premium funding for each school is based on their number of pupils in Years 1 to 6.

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. This funding is to be used to ‘improve the quality and breadth of P.E. and sport provision resulting in increased numbers of pupils developing healthy lifestyles, raising their performance levels and engaging in PE and sport.

Report for Income and Expenditure between Sept 2016 to August 2017:

Amount carried forward from 2015/16 £  9790
Funding received Nov 2016 £  4130
Funding received May 2017 £  4030
Total £17950
TCA  – develop links with TCA  Rebecca Evans £    650
CADSSA £    528
West Midlands Sport Lunchtime Club £    438
Resources £    574
Lunchtime Supervisor – Play Leader £  1750
Total £  3940


£14,010 carried forward towards purchase of large playground equipment – £20000+

Effect of the premium on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment and how these improvements are sustainable


  • The Cheadle Academy Primary Link Teacher to facilitate transition and Cluster sports events- Cheadle Academy provide a link teacher (Rebecca Evans) to lead events between the cluster schools to encourage and promote competition, health and fitness events and transition opportunities. These events include Y1/2 Multi-skills activities, Y3/4 Sports Hall Athletics, Y5/6 Basketball Tournament, KS2 Dance Festivals, Y5/6 Inclusion Activity, Y5/6 World Cup Football Tournaments, Y6 Transition mornings and a Celebration Sports Awards Evening. These events have raised the profile of sport in our schools, encouraged participation and strengthened high school links.
  • CADSSA Subscription- This supports the involvement of gifted and talented children and children who want the opportunity to represent the school from KS2 to participate in inter-school sports competition.
  • Lunchtime Sport Club & Lunchtime Supervisor – The work to train our Lunchtime Staff is having a success to reduce any behaviour incidents and promote activity levels. Staff have worked with the lunchtime club providers to encourage pupils to participate in active games to improve health and fitness levels. This has had an enormous impact at lunchtimes resulting in increased physical activity levels of pupils as well as increased confidence, self-esteem and responsibility. This will enable staff to continue these activities.
  • Playground Resources- Sports Equipment has been purchased to support and enhance the activity levels of the pupils- both at break and lunchtimes. Our aim is to encourage and support the children to achieve the current health recommendations to be active for an hour a day. This equipment will be used in the future and be replaced when needed. Lunchtime staff and Y5 Playground Leaders will continue to guide and be involved with playtime activities.




£650 The Cheadle Academy Service Level Agreement for transition links  and cluster activity and sporting events
£297 CADSSA Subscriptions
£300 Lunchtime play equipment
£400 Tri-golf equipment to introduce a new extra-curricular club

Head of PE release time for training plan and strategies for health information


£400 Advisor support to write plan
£6000 Large play equipment for the playgrounds



Hire outside agencies to deliver school subsidised or parent subsidised after school, breakfast or lunch time clubs to introduce new sports, dance or other activities to encourage more pupils to take up sport and physical activities.
£2000 Provision of additional swimming provision targeted to Y6 pupils not able to meet the swimming requirements of the national curriculum.
£100 Embed physical activity into the school day through active travel to and from school (via the Newsletter,) active playgrounds (through playground equipment and Playground Leaders) and the Daily mile. Use the Government’s  Physical Activity Guidelines to raise awareness for 5-18yr olds and for our parents 19-64 yr olds.



Apply for the nationally recognised School Games Mark- Bronze Level for our high quality PE provision and to try and increase the number of pupils taking part in extra-curricular activity







Proposed Sports Premium Funding for 2017 to 2018

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil. (Approximate number of pupils in Y1-6 348)

Proposed funding £16,000 + £3480= £19,480

November 17- (7/12 of the funding) £11,363

May 18- (5/12 of the funding) = £8,117


The Government will confirm and publish the school level breakdown of funding for the academic year 2017 to 2018, including conditions of grant, in October 2017.


Information on Sports Premium Finding 2017-18 PE (physical education) and sport premium funding,

January 2018

The final cost for our new outdoor large play frames was £17,500.  This was the cost after we negotiated some discount for not meeting completion deadlines.