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PE and Sports Premium

PE & Sports Premium

The government is providing additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools.

Purpose of funding

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Oliver Goldsmith School intends to use the funding to support the following areas:

  • Support and engage the least active children in our school.
  • Support more able pupils develop their abilities and skills in PE and sport.
  • Develop stronger links with Kingsbury High School to access their PE expertise and facilities.
  • Pay for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport.
  • Provide cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport.
  • Run and take part in sport events and increase pupils’ participation in local competitions.
  • Purchase high quality equipment to enhance the current provision at the school.

Outline of Action Plan 2018-19

  • Continue to upskill class teachers in teaching and assessment of PE
  • Install new gymnastics equipment in KS1 and KS2 halls.
  • Develop and improve the playground environment by increasing opportunities for physical activity
  • Increase the opportunities for children to participate in enrichment activities across a school week.
  • Further develop participation in locally organised competitions.


Click below to read our current Sports Premium Action Plan...

PE & Sports Policy.pdf

Action Plan for PE & Sports Premium 2018-19.pdf

Action Plan for PE Sports Premium 2017-18 updated 01.02.18 with Impact Analysis.pdf

Action Plan for PE & Sports Premium 2017-18.pdf

Click on the links to find out how we spent our funding in recent years...

Sports Premium Expenditure 2016-2017.pdf

Sports Premium Expenditure 2015-2016.pdf

Summer 2017 - Y6 Sports Leaders in Action

"On Tuesday, as a visitor to the school, I found myself in the KS2 playground swinging my arms, marching, doing heel kicks and stretches, and all inspired by the year 6 sports leaders. Collectively they had put together a warm up routine and invited all the children who had arrived early to school to take part. One or two teachers had ventured out too. Judging by the smiles on the faces of the children this idea was well received and it certainly helped ‘wake them up’.

With the government encouraging children to adopt more healthy and active lifestyles it was great to see a school exploring the idea of an early morning work-out."

Clare Brown, Primary PE Consultant