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Sports Premium 2016-17 breakdown


PE & Sports Grant 2016 - 2017

Primary P.E Sports Grant Received - £8267

Total number of pupils on roll – January census 55

Summary of Premium Expenditure 2016-17: 

  • To provide a specialist sports coach to develop sporting skills and active life-styles
  • Increase pupil participation in competitions, interschool sport and events
  • To promote a love of sport and physical activity and introduce the daily mile
  • Provide enrichment activities to broaden the sporting opportunities available to pupils
  • Continue Change 4Life play time club lead by playground leaders
  • Promote health and well being





To provide opportunity for children to participate in competitions

Key Steps Gymnastics

Forest of Dean Cross Country

Indoor Athletics 

Swimming Gala

Forest of Dean Country Dancing Festival

Lakers Dance Competition

Quad kids

Entry for Country Dancing Festival


Increased self esteem, confidence and drive to participate and compete

To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport

To provide specialist sports teachers to develop sporting skills, active lifestyles






Street Dance







Kwik cricket

Art Space Street Dance






Increased self esteem, confidence and drive to participate and compete

Additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport

Specialist gymnastics teaching

Gymnastics lessons at Berry Hill Gymnastics Centre

Specialist coach (Russian gymnast)






Improved gymnastic skills


Specialist swimming coaches


Forest Leisure 3 swimming instructors  and transport




Increased pupil numbers who can swim

To promote a love of sport and physical activity

Involvement in play leaders scheme Change 4Life to promote active play at lunch time.


Unstructured, physical play. Self-esteem, organisation and raised awareness of H&S.

Sports Day

Sports Day equipment


Improve the competition and events at the school sports day

Youth Sport Trust


Provides more professional development opportunities through courses, support and expertise from specialist PE teachers.


More pupils competing at sports competitions within the local cluster

After school club leader

2 sports sessions per week


To encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles

Health and wellbeing

Introduce the daily mile



Improvements are sustainable

Cycle Safety

Cycle training by qualified leaders


To encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles

Forest Fun after school club

After school club leader Level 2 Forest School training


Encourage pupils to play actively outside

Forest school teacher

Forest School Level 2 training

not started yet


Qualified Forest School leader

To provide forest school activities

Forest school outdoor equipment: ropes, tools wet weather gear


The opportunity to develop a healthy, active lifestyle.

Total P.E grant received:

Total expenditure:

Carried forward: 




Carried forward 2015-16