PE and Sports Premium

What is it?

The government provided £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16.  Each school received £8000 plus an extra £5 per pupil. In 2017 the funding was increased further and it will continue to provide this funding until 2020, to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Department for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and sees money going directly to primary school Head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all children.  This money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools.


Please find below how the PE grant was spent 2020-2021:


PE position statement 2021


Evidencing the Impact of Primary-PE-and-Sport-Premium-2019-20


Please find below how the allocation of £17260 is being spent this year:

Evidencing-the-Impact-of-Primary-PE-and-Sport-Premium- Portreath 2019


In 2017-2018 Portreath School was allocated £17260.  Please see the document below to see how we spent this money in 2017-2018.

Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium Portreath 2018

How The Money was spent previously:

In 2013 – 14 the key priorities for Portreath were to:

  • Ensure that every child received high quality PE teaching, through the employment of a specialist coach.
  • Create opportunities for pupils to participate in sporting competition both within our school and between other schools.

In 2014 – 15 Portreath School built on the success of the previous year’s work, maintaining high quality PE provision and competition opportunities. In addition, a key focus was to educate our children in the adoption of healthier lifestyles by being physically active in leisure time.

In 2015 – 16 Portreath School further improved the range and frequency of sporting competitions attended by our children and provided additional extra- curricular opportunities.

PE and Sport Premium Funding Expenditure 2016-17


Overview of the school

Primary PE and Sport Grant (PPSG) Funding Received 2016-2017
Total number of children on roll (September 2016) 147
Total amount of PPSG to be received 2016-2017 £8610 (£8000 plus £5 per pupil


Sport Premium Progress Indicators 2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017
Quality provision:

  • Quality/standard of teaching in PE and Sport.
  • CPD opportunities.
Emerging Embedding Embedding
Quality provision:

  • PE and Sport opportunities.
  • Extra- curricular club attendance.
Emerging Embedding Established
  • Competition Success.
  • Accreditation and awards.
Embedding Embedding Established
  • Promotion of Healthy Lifestyles.
Embedding Embedding Established


Sport Premium Objectives Success Criteria
To improve the teaching and learning of PE utilising a well -planned programme for delivery. Quality of teaching and learning in PE is at least good for all pupils.
The whole school community to adopt a healthy lifestyle increasing their knowledge and understanding of making an informed choice. Surveys to show that an increased percentage of pupils are making healthy choices.
Outside providers to be employed to deliver a diverse range of extra- curricular opportunities across the year. An increased percentage of children participating in extra- curricular clubs.


PPSG Spending Plan
Item/Project Cost(monies spent thus far) Objective Outcome
Scheme of work (Real PE) £2205
  • To update and improve the quality of PE lessons delivered
  • To create a whole school approach to PE
To be reviewed in July 2017- questionnaire and feedback
Staff development £1340.00
  • Yoga
  • Plymouth Argyle
  • Go Active: Dance; Multi Skills; extra-curricular club provision
  • REAL PE Training
  • Upskilling of staff and exposure to a range of sports
  • End of year dance production
  • Allowed staff to observe/understand what an Excellent PE lesson should contain (assessment lesson criteria handed out)
PE equipment £193.45
  • Pump adaptors
  • REAL PE Bag
  • New equipment has meant a wider range of activities can be taught
  • Whole school delivery of REAL PE
Access to and transport to competitions £840 (£500 SLA to Pool Academy)
  • Golf sessions
  • Various Cluster (Pool) Competitions
  • Attendance of Pool Cluster events. Able to compete with other schools across the MAT
  • Weekly taster sessions to a local golf club. Children exposed to a different sport within their local community.


Total planned spend: £4578.45
Remaining monies to be spent £4031.55

Evaluation of Impact: April 2017

Success Criteria Impact
  • REAL PE Scheme
  • Development of skills through outside agencies
  • We can now offer a consistent, holistic, engaging scheme that allows our children to build on skills year on year.
  • The children have had access to a range of sports including: hockey, cricket, fencing, zorbing, football, rugby and dodgeball