Sports Premium

Are you making the most of your primary PE and Sports Premium funding?

As you are aware, Ofsted assess how primary schools use their primary PE and sport premium funding. They measure its impact on the pupil outcomes.

Our team at Sport4Primary is experienced in planning, monitoring and assessing the impact.We can support your school to ensure:

  1. Improvements to P.E are long term and sustainable and that the impact can still be seen in years to come
  2. All children (including SEND and pupil premium) are engaged and actively taking part in all lessons
  3. Teachers are sufficiently trained so that they have the confidence, knowledge and skills to deliver P.E and sport
  4. There is an increased participation in competitive sport within school and across the local area

Understanding Sports Premium

The government has provided additional funding of over £150 million per annum since 2013/14 to improve PE and school sport in primary schools. Since September 2017, the funding has doubled to enable primary schools to make further improvements to the quality and breadth of the PE and sport they offer.

The aim is for all pupils leaving primary school to be physically literate and to have the necessary knowledge, skills and motivation  to equip them for a healthy lifestyle.

Hopefully, this will lead to a life long participation in physical activity and sport.

Ofsted is tasked with monitoring the spending of the PE and school sport premium. Schools are required to include details of their PE and school sport provision on their website. You can find more information about website reporting here.


Contact us today for more information on how we can support your Primary School

Sport4Primary aims to re-energise primary school sport through focusing on improving participationincreasing competition and promoting active lifestyles.