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PE and Sport premium

The impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium                                                                           Academic Year 2015-2016

Funding received £8195.00

Key Outcome Indicators

School Focus




Impact on pupils

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

Pupils will have access to an after school club


Pupils will take part in weekly swimming sessions


Pupils take part in Duke of Edinburgh Award.


Pupils take part in regional dance competition


Increased participation in clubs



High percentage  of pupils learning to swim



Pupils complete physical and expedition sections of Bronze Dof E Award



Regular rehearsals in school, local competition and regional competition















All pupils have at least 2 hours per week of healthy active lifestyles.


Increased number of pupils learning to swim



Pupils completed Bronze Dof E




Increased level of fitness through dance

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 development to enable accessibility for pupils of all abilities.


Development planning, minutes of meetings.



Horticulture facility developed in order for all pupils of all abilities to access horticulture curriculum.

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 sports/dance 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, boccia, ballroom dancing

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 spent on PE and Sport





At Fitzwaryn there is a considerable commitment to PE, sport and good health and well- being. The total spend during the year was above that allocated through Primary PE and Sport Premium. Funding to subsidise was allocated from the school budget.                                                                           

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