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PE and Sport premium

The impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium

Academic year 2016-2017

All pupils a Fitzwaryn take part in at least two hours of physical activity each week. There is a comprehensive range of activities on offer that individualised to meet the needs of the pupils. These activities include: rebound therapy and horse riding (for a some students), access to swimming, use of a fitness room onsite, 10 minutes whole school exercise each morning, an annual Sports Day and weekly PE lessons.

The amount of Sports Funding received 2016-17:  £8190.00

Key Outcome Indicators

School Focus




Impact on pupils

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

Pupils will take part in swimming sessions (each class swims for 50% of the year).


Pupils take part in Duke of Edinburgh Award.



High percentage of pupils learning to swim.





Pupils complete work towards physical and expedition sections of Bronze D of E Award.


Hire of pool:

















Increased number of pupils learning to swim





Pupils completed Bronze D of E




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

Increased knowledge for all staff, of progression of skills across all areas of PE

PE reviewed during planning and reviews of Curriculum maps.


Curriculum Documents

Pupils have access to a wide range of sporting activities during and out of class time

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

Staff confident to develop Horticulture facility for students with a range of abilities

New horticulture curriculum in place for pupils of all abilities.


Two staff attended horticulture course. Information then disseminated to other staff through INSET and staff meetings.


Gardening club established during lunchtimes.

Horticulture Course: £540


Minutes of meetings.



Horticulture curriculum accessed by all pupils across the school.


Increased pupil knowledge of healthy lifestyle.

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

Teachers and TAs increased knowledge and skills and therefore confident to teach a range of physical activities


Pupils participate in a range of sporting activities

Specialist sports coach with special needs experience working with pupils and staff to lead and support staff to develop a range of sporting and physical activities                                                                                








Pupils had regular input from specialised sports coach.


Staff worked alongside coach.

Increased participation in competitive sport.

Pupils taking part in local sport competitions and festivals as well as regional Panathlon competitions.

Regular involvement in competitions.


Practice and skills development as part of school curriculum.






Reports and feedback

Fitzwaryn pupils of all ages and abilities taken part in a range of competitions at both county and regional level – basketball, multi sports, Panathlon – sport and swimming, and boccia. This included trips to compete at the Olympic swimming pool.

Increased opportunities to participate in sport for students with complex conditions including PMLD and autism

Pupils taking part in therapies to offer them opportunities to take part in physical activities.

Specialist staff or training for staff to be able to offer

Rebound Therapy


Working with the School Dog

Dance/Exercise in the Sensory Theatre


Pupil records




Qualified staff


Pupils accessing a wide range of physical activities.

 Total Funding received: £8190

Total Spent: £12,109.79 (additional funding from within the budget)

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