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Details with regard to funding:

Total amount carried over from 2021/22


Total amount allocated for 2022/23

£ 19,540.00

How much (if any) do you intend to carry over from this total fund into 2023/24?

£ 4948.78

Total amount allocated for 2023/24

£ 0

Total amount of funding for 2023/24. To be spent and reported on by 31st July 2024.

£ 0

Swimming Data


Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.

N.B. Complete this section to your best ability. For example you might have practised safe self-rescue techniques on dry land which you can then transfer to the pool when school swimming restarts.

Due to exceptional circumstances priority should be given to ensuring that pupils can perform safe self rescue even if they do not fully meet the first two requirements of the NC programme of study


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres?

N.B. Even though your pupils may swim in another year please report on their attainment on leaving primary school at the end of the summer term 2022.

Please see note above


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]?

Please see note above


What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations?


Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and sport premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?


Action Plan and Budget Tracking

Academic Year: 2022/23

Total fund allocated: £19,540

Date Updated: 12/07/2023


Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officers guidelines recommend that primary school pupils undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:






Opportunities in school to ensure all pupils undertake 30 minutes of activity a day in school

  • Physically active choices during golden time (e.g. nerf, rounders, playground games, football)
  • Equipment for social and lunch times,
  • Activities at social time (football, basketball, tennis, daily mile, trim trail)
  • Play leader CPD for physically active ideas at social/lunch time).

Funding allocated:

- £339.81 Range of sports equipment,

- £29.50 Daily mile stickers,

- £1,760 SWFC Lunchtime and Golden Time provision,

  • Children taking part in a wide variety of sports on offer and having access to a varied programme of sporting opportunities.
  • Children are active during active lessons.
  • Y4/5/6 pupils are more confident at riding bikes.
  • More children doing laps and completing marathons,
  • Play leaders having an increased confidence in delivering active games.
  • Play leaders having a wider range of active game ideas which engage other pupils in activities.
  • Further develop the use of trained play leaders to increase activity levels.
  • Increase use of active lessons.
  • Continue to offer a varied programme of social and lunchtime activities to support 30 active minutes.
  • Improve the use of pupil voice to identify activities that would be popular.
  • Engage more children in daily physical activity, including inactive pupils.

Encourage children to lead a healthy and active lifestyle outside of the school day.

  • Physical activity home learning tasks.
  • Participating in the active travel challenge.
  • Signpost children to clubs after school – partnerships with SUFC, SWFC, Cycle Speedway.
  • Physically active after school clubs (multi sports, football etc).

- £1,760 SWFC afterschool club,

- £1575 DanceDaze afterschool club,

  • Some children joining clubs outside of school and being active.
  • Increase in children travelling to school in an active way (riding bikes, walking etc).
  • Children accessing yearlong swimming lessons through partnership with Sheffield City Trust.
  • Children accessing ice skating sessions through links with Sheffield City Trust.


  • Create strong links with local clubs to encourage children to maintain activity levels from school.
  • Set up a before/after school family marathon session.
  • Introduce families to ‘Get Up, Get Out, Get Active’ scheme in school.
  • Introduce a school ‘Couch to 5k’ programme.
  • Promote physical activity by staff in school, to create role models.

Key indicator 2: The profile of PESSPA being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation:






Embed a love of sport and continue to ensure sport is high profile in the school.

  • PE blog to celebrate all of the sporting experiences and successes.
  • PE/ School Games display board to celebrate physical activity in school, individual performers, success in matches and competitions.
  • Special tops that are worn when representing school at events.
  • Zoning of playground into different areas for different games.
  • Encouraging and supporting children to pursue sports they enjoy, outside of school.
  • Profile of Sports Day in school.
  • Hosting/promoting Cross Country event in school,
  • WCM marathon,
  • PE Star of the Week awards in assembly – receiving a trophy and medal.


Funding allocated:

- £595.65 PE Star of the Week medals and trophies,

£374.26 Sports Day equipment and rewards,

  • Increased profile of sporting achievement via the PE blog and board in school.
  • More children taking part in cross country events,
  • More children completing marathons/earning medals.
  • Increase of profile, through PE Star of the Week in assembly.


  • Celebration of sporting achievements weekly in school assemblies can continue.


  • PE Star of the Week trophies already purchased and are reused.


  • Provide evidence for sporting achievements in school into all children’s University folders.
  • Showing more of the PA/Sport completed by staff outside school to be role models, and also those of children too.



Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Percentage of total allocation:






Staff continue to access training opportunities in PE and school sport.

  • New scheme purchased (Get Set 4 PE)
  • Subject lead attended Arches P.E. conference, network meetings and received support through Arches.
  • Various city wide P.E. and Sport training opportunities have been offered to all staff.
  • All staff to be offered CPD in areas they are teaching but are not trained in.
  • P.E. lead to monitor lessons and provide feedback.
  • P.E. lead to model teaching where needed.
  • School has positive club links and works with SUFC, SWFC, Cycle Speedway and Dance Daze to upskill teachers.
  • Purchase of appropriate P.E. equipment to allow teachers to deliver lessons confidently.



Funding allocated:


- £1,605 Get Set 4 PE Scheme,

  • Increased staff confidence through use of new scheme.
  • Dance Daze and Arches have provided excellent CPD and training, by team teaching and modelling teaching, for staff.
  • P.E. lead has been aware of CPD and development opportunities, allowing staff to access them.
  • Staff members have accessed CPD to develop in areas they identified,
  • Increased staff confidence in delivering PE lessons.
  • Improvement in staff knowledge and lesson quality.
  • P.E. lead modelled teaching for teachers, leading to increased confidence for staff.
  • Continue to book specific CPD for all staff, when needed.
  • Provide generic physical activity/PE CPD regularly to all staff.
  • P.E. lead to work closely with specific staff to develop confidence and knowledge for teaching P.E.

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Percentage of total allocation:






School to include opportunities for children to experience and try a range of sports and activities.

  • OAA/Orienteering embedded within the curriculum for Y36.
  • Pupil voice to discover new sports children want to try in P.E. lessons,
  • Curriculum designed to included a focus on basic motor skills in year groups where need is identified.
  • Use of physically active residentials, subsidised by school.
  • Arches partnership games.
  • Aqua Fest event.
  • Colour Run event.
  • Y2 mini Olympics.

Funding allocated:


- £427 Partnership games,

- £330 Aqua Fest,

- £370 Colour Run,

- £170 Y2 Olympics,


  • Y5’s orienteering day at Hillsborough Park.
  • Children have accessed orienteering.
  • Children have experienced and enjoyed tag rugby, colour smash, swimming gala etc
  • Children have generally improved their motor skills in the classes using the redesigned curriculum, allowing them to better engage with the sports they experience.
  • Children experienced a range of sports.
  • Children experienced a range of poolbased activities.
  • Children were able to experience an activity in a different format.
  • OAA/Orienteering resources available in school.
  • Potential new after school clubs.
  • Continue redesign of curriculum and assign to most appropriate year groups.

Children to be provided opportunities to experience different and current styles of dance.

  • Dance Daze instructor in school every week to work with Y1Y6 classes and team teach with teachers.


- £1,575 DanceDaze weekly P.E. sessions

  • Children experience a range of dance styles.
  • Teachers have been upskilled to teach dance in future.
  • Teachers to begin using ideas and skills to teach dance independently in future.


Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:






Offer a wide range of competitions inside and outside of school so children learn how to enjoy competition/ be competitive and take this into life outside school.

  • Involvement in interschool games activities, including through Arches competitions. E.g. tag rugby, basketball etc.
  • Intra year group sports day to develop and embed a love of competing.

Funding allocated:

- £100 SFSS Entry fee,

- £190 Coach - Dance competition Octagon,

- £300 Coaches - 2 Basketball competitions,

- £410 Coaches - 2 football matches,

- £2,680 Arches Platinum package

  • Children participated in virtual School Games and Arches Competitions.
  • All children participating in a sports day experienced competition on an intra school level.
  • Create electronic log of participation so that all children get the chance to experience competition.
  • Release staff to allow children to attend as many competitions as possible.
  • Reintroduction of intra school events.

Increase the number of pupils accessing competitive sport outside of school

  • Encourage children to access teams/sports outside of school,
  • Sign post to linked clubs,
  • Recommend children for city/county teams


  • More children accessing competitive sports outside of school,
  • Children representing Sheffield Schools football team.
  • Clearly promote linked clubs in school,
  • Target specific children with interests/abilities,
  • Recommend children for city/county teams, if ability suits.