Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that the Government will commit funding for the Primary PE and Sport Premium to 2020, with £750m to be invested over the course of the next parliament. The investment builds on the £150m a year ring fenced funding currently committed for schools until 2016 to increase primary PE and sport opportunities. This is ring fenced funding - allocated directly to primary schools across England, and it became effective in September 2013.
Each school is required to complete an Action Plan to show how they intend to spend this allocation. Ofsted will monitor the impact this funding has on Primary PE and school sport and will report on its findings. The impact of the funding will be considered in terms of:
achievement in weekly PE lessons;
increased participation in competitive school sport;
personal health and well-being;
and improved attitudes and behaviour towards learning.
In 2014-2015 the school received £8,063 in PE and Sport Premium. See attached document for how it was spent and the impact it has had.