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P.E Premium Spend and Impact – April 2017-March 2018





Y3 Swimming (x 2 classes)


Mill House

(Additional to our normal allocated school swimming)

Weekly swim session – 1 hour pool time

Access to three differentiated training pools

Children are assessed against the Swim stage awards

Costs for Sept 2017-July 2018


Children who are now able to swim 25 meters has increased from 9% of the cohort to 30%

Table Tennis

One session a week for table tennis including an after school club.


Children have developed crucial skills in in table tennis and competed in the Tees Valley table tennis tournament.

Yoga Bugs

A half term of cross-curricular yoga delivered by specialist yoga teachers. Sessions are for reception children.


It has indicated to teachers which children need intervention for certain skills.

We have seen good progress with the children who struggled to do balances before the sessions and now can perform them confidently.

The children now have a better understanding of spatial awareness. They showed good balance and coordination in big and small movements as they stayed on their Yoga mat.

Certain children did not want to join in at the start as they lacked confidence. Then by end of the sessions they enjoyed doing different movements and strived to achieve Yoga bug of the week.

SEND Sport Network

Scheme bought so pupils with SEND have access to suitable inter and intra school tournaments.


Inclusion and good practice shared between participants of the sport network to improve standards in P.E for children with SEND.


Children have received quality, tailor-made sports sessions. Their participation in competitive sports has increased significantly. In Autumn 1, 12% of children participated in competitive sports, increasing to 49% in Autumn 2. This has steadily increased as 58% of children have participated in competitive sport by the end of Spring Term.


After school sports assistant

An after school sports assistant has been employed to provide and deliver Change for Life club in KS2. Clubs include:


Additional table tennis



Sports leadership


Children have been practising crucial skills in after school clubs. In addition to this, children in Year 5 and 6 have developed leadership skills. They put these skills to the test when teaching Key Stage One children a new sport and even held a sports tournament for them. See pictures on our website!

In Autumn Term, 14% of the school attended competitive sports clubs. This has increased to 18% in Spring 1.