Sport and PE at Kimberley Primary School

The additional primary physical education and sport funding is used effectively. Governors know how the funding is being used. Sports coaches lead after-school clubs and train teachers in particular sporting activities such as basketball, squash and cricket. Pupils are encouraged to take part in broader aspects of school life. They enjoy the broad range of after-school clubs on offer.



Sports Funding 2016-17

Fitness Circuit with David Hill - Paralympic swimmer and triathlete

Actual Expenditure:









Allocation 2016-17




All Steps First Dance – After School Club




Lunchtime Equipment for active play




After School Fishing Club




Sports Equipment




Football/multi-skills club




Eastwood & District Sports Membership




Cricket sessions 1 lunchtime and 1 afternoon session




Hockey & quick sticks coaching and club




Basketball coaching and club




Squash coaching




After school club








Carry forward to 2017-18





Key Indicator



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

Cricket and basketball coach employed to run lunchtime clubs to promote positive physical activity.

Children (least active/those who have not accessed after school clubs) selected to participate so all children can engage in extra-curricular activity

New equipment purchased to support lunchtime play activities

Middays worked with PE lead to purchase new equipment to support a range of games that could be run with the children during lunchtimes.  Resources provided to equip middays with the ideas and skills to run games.

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

New kit and equipment bought for football team.

Children attended matches with a team kit which helped to  raise the profile of the team,

3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Hockey, basketball and gymnastics coaches employed to work alongside school staff during curriculum time.

Staff observed, supported and team taught with sports specialists to improve confidence and skills in delivering high quality PE lessons.

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

Fishing offered as an alternative sport to engage the least active.

Children were selected to learn about sustainable, healthy lifestyles.  Children engaged in physically active activity outside of school.

Sports coaches employed to widen the extra-curricular opportunities offered after school.

Coaches and staff offered opportunities for children to access an after school club every day after school.  New sports included dance, gymnastics, hockey, netball, squash and tag rugby.


In Key Stage 1 - 49% of children attended at least one extra-curicular sports club

In Key Stage 2 - 52% of children attended at least one extra curricular sports club


Overall - 51% of pupils attended at least one extra-curricular sports club

5. Increased participation in competitive sport.

Eastwood and District Sports Association membership.

Membership renewed for another year to allow access to a variety of sport competitions, including the school swimming gala.

Increased participation in the Sainsbury’s School Games opportunities.

Significantly increased participation in the calendar of events, offering children in KS1 and KS2 competition opportunities, as well as inclusion festivals and festivals.


In Key Stage 1 - 30% of the children participated in at least one sports competition or festival

In Key Stage 2 - 45% of pupils participated in at least one sports competition or festival

Overall 36% of pupils participated in at least one sports competition or festival

The school participated in 3 events organised by Eastwood and District Sports Network.


Achievements 2016-17:

National School Games Award – Silver

15% more children engaging in after-school sporting activities

15% increase in pupils representing the school at sporting events

80% increase in after-school sporting activities offered to pupils

More than one team representing the school in Athletics

3 additional links made with local sporting clubs

The Football Team competed in the Gold League in 2016-17


Intended spending for 2017/18:


The initial allocation of Sports Premium for 2017 – 2018 is approximately £17,500


The Sports Premium will be used:

  • Hire a sports specialist to work alongside our staff to improve skills and confidence for 1.5 days a week.
  • To engage the services of sports coaches to enhance the quality of our provision for Physical Education, sports activities and clubs
  • Provide our midday supervisors with the training and resources to run games and competitions at lunchtime.
  • Enter a large number of competitions through the Sainsbury’s School games calendar.
  • Engage all staff members in supporting competitive sport, and provide cover to release them to attend sports events with children.
  • Engage in Boccia and other festivals that promote sport for all children.
  • Offer alternative activities (climbing centre) to all pupils that encourage physical activity.
  • Offer funding support to all families so their children can participate in week of physical activities during their KS2 residential visit.
  • To engage staff in professional development courses run by external providers
  • Continue to improve the sports resources in the school to ensure high quality PE lessons can be taught.
  • To purchase the licence for IPEP – an online tool which supports high quality teaching, learning and assessment in PE
  • To provide transport to sporting events for large groups of pupils
  • To provide a school sports kit to encourage engagement and team ethos for groups of pupils attending sporting competitions
  • To pay for cover for the PE co-ordinator to train and lead a group of Year 5&6 pupils as Sports Leaders
  • To investigate and purchase interactive games for the playground