Additional Funding

Primary School PE and Sport Funding

The Government have provided funding for the academic years 2020/21 to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.


Sports Premium Funding


  • The Government provides funding for schools to increase the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. This funding is to increase the participation in PE and sport. 

    Our aims at St Andrew’s Primary school

    To enhance the PE curriculum so every child has the opportunity to develop as a whole and to have increased self- esteem. To help engage all children in sports activities and for them to reach their full potential. To link PE with PSHME and healthy bodies. 


    As our school grows it is important to ensure that all staff have the knowledge, skills and understanding to secure high quality provision. To use the funding to make sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sports we offer. To raise the profile of PE and sports across the school as a tool for whole school improvement. For every child to be a champion in their own right.

    PE and Sports Funding allocation £20,918

    How funding will be spent 2021-2022

    • Full time professional sports coach employed by the school
    • Weekly staff development through team teaching with sports coach
    • Extra staffing at lunchtimes to enhance sports activities
    • Range of Extra Curricular clubs
    • Outdoor circuit areas
    • Daily circuit areas on the school field
    • Healthy bodies days
    • Mental health training
    • Ecotherapy- Outdoor Education
    • Sports enterprise weeks
    • Cracker Jack sessions
    • Sports coach to work with children during lunchtimes
    • Physical Education sports coaches to work with children on a regular basis
    • Staff training with professional coaches to work alongside staff during PE lessons
    • Staff training Scarborough training weekend
    • FA coaching for staff
    • Staff Gymnastics training 
    • Links with the community Hull FC/ Hull City (Professional clubs)
    • Professional coaches to work with children during Dazzle sessions
    • Gemma’s Dance academy dance coach to work with children to improve staff development and encourage boys dance
    • Extra sport Equipment to enhance PE sessions and Extra Curricular clubs
    • Paint markings on playground, sports court and field for games
    • Gifted and Talented provision with sports coach
    • Special needs provision
    • Money to cover PE and healthy bodies co-ordinator to monitor quality of PE lessons and assessment
    • Links with parents to help with obesity/parent workshops
    • Extend provision for residential trips
    • Resources to enhance sports provision at lunchtimes
    • Dazzle healthy eating and cooking sessions
    • Dazzle sports activities
    • Encourage pupils to take on leadership roles that support sport
    • Pedestrian skills First Steps 
    • Swimming 
    • Bikeability
    • PE cupboard storage updated
    • Additional  Extra curricular clubs to support healthy minds
    • Well- being mentors to support mental health