PE at Greasby Infant School

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Sports Premium

The Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport provides funding of £150 million per annum to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. Please see our PE Funding Page for details of how Greasby Infant School uses this funding. Also please read the attachments below for information on how we are using our grant for 2017/18 and our allocation for the grant this academic year.


Aims: To provide high quality sports coaches for all children from Pre-School to Y2 in order to improve skills in all aspects of physical education above and beyond those of the National Curriculum; for staff to participate in curricular training sessions; to increase the amount of competitive sports on offer and to provide more opportunities for children to compete with pupils from different schools, and at a wider range of venues; to provide opportunities for sport and physical activities for children who attend our out-of-school club; the provision of qualified sports coaches to supervise and coach lunchtime games such as football; local school cluster inter-school competitions and sports festivals – cost of transport, releasing staff, purchase of trophies & equipment; increase opportunities for children to take part in a wide range of events at different venues, both competitive and non-competitive; increase whole school participation; increase motivation of children to get involved in sport; to increase the % of pupils taking part in a wider range of after-school sports activities.



  • To improve the provision of PE and sport within the school’s curriculum for Physical Education.

  • To improve the quality of Foundation Stage teaching and learning in PE and sport

  • To improve staff knowledge and skills and to increasing confidence in teaching PE in our Pre-School.

  • To increase pupils participation to 100% in PE and sport.

  • To make use of qualified expertise to support and promote the teaching of PE and sport.

  • To promote healthier and more active lifestyles through participation in competitions, sporting festivals, PE lessons and across the whole curriculum.

  • To improve staff knowledge & skills to promote positive health & wellbeing.

By the end of the year, we hope that the evidence of impact will be:

  • Improved skills in PE sessions

  • Higher participation by more children in lunchtime games.

  • All PE lessons are judged to be at least good, with many elements outstanding. 

  • A higher percentage of pupils are taking part in after-school sports clubs.

  • A higher percentage of pupils are participating in and representing school in a wide range of inter-school sports activities, both competitive and non-competitive.

  • Evidence of performance can be found in records of assessment file, the school website, record of performance in competitions, PE Leader File.

  • There has been a significant increase in the number of pupils taking part in after-school sports activities.