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Sports Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.


Primary PE & Sport Grand Awarded

Total number of pupils on roll

112 including Nursery

Sports Premium 2016 -17


Amount of grant received

May - £3504         November - £4909

Total Amount Spent


PE & School Sport Co-ordinator

Kristen Hurn PE Lead Teacher  Theresa Perkins NPECTS

Link governor for PE & School Sport

James Bartlett

Summary of Primary Sport Premium 2016 – 2017

Objectives of spend;

  • Training and support to ensure inclusive PE and sport at Ludham Primary School and Nursery
  • Encourage cluster working to widen participation in sport
  • Broaden the sporting opportunities and experiences available to pupils through inspirational visits and unique opportunities.
  • Ensure high quality competitive opportunities for all young people









Two PE Staff to attend Health and Safety Training and Assessment Training.

Increased staff knowledge of how to maintain safe practice in school.

Staff able to more accurately assess and track progress in PE.

Staff promote and cascade best practice across school. Staff able to highlight areas of development for the children to ensure they make expected progress.


Cluster participation


Supply costs

To organise cluster sports events

Integral part of Cluster Development Plan

Increase competitions available for children

Wider sporting opportunities across the cluster.

Strengthen links between cluster schools.

Shared training and expertise.

Good practice maintained and embedded, improving cluster links.

Children to experience competitive sport.



Increase availability of competitive sport.


Transport costs

Supply costs

To encourage participation in inter-house team sports and competitions.

Sporting games with other primary schools.

Attend organised competitions by Premier Education and CSF.

Increased access to competitions for a range of children.

Children able to have increased opportunities to participate in competitive sport. 


Sport equipment



Increased resources to use in lessons for all ages and abilities such as a range of different balls, stopwatches, compasses, etc.


Children have a wide variety of excellent equipment to enhance their enjoyment and learning in sport and PE.

Children of all abilities are able to access the skills being taught. Children are able to participate in a range of sports using the correct equipment.


Fitness Frog



Increase the physical activity undertaken out of school and with parents/carers.

Children and parents to undertake more physical activity.

Children and parents to lead more active lifestyles.

Inspirational visit

From two Olympic swimmers





To inspire and motivate pupils to achieve in sport by inviting two Olympic swimmers, Amy Smith and Joe Roebuck, into school to do an inspirational talk and work with the children. Parents also involved.

Children are motivated and inspired to participate in sport and achieve well.

Children and their parents are inspired to enjoy and practise sport.


CSF in school coaching

External Provider

£3610 (38 weeks)

CSF coach to work alongside staff in a coaching role to bring in new skills

Children receive quality training from CSF + after school club facility

Staff use new knowledge and skills in their teaching.

Premier Sport


Dance £240 per term

Fencing £270 per term

Archery £270 per term





Frisbee  £45 per session

Basketball £45 per session

Dance club for KS1 and 2

Two new after school clubs – Fencing KS2 and Archery KS1.





New for the summer term

Children broaden their opportunities by trying new sports led by specialist coaches.

The PE staff attend/participate in the archery and fencing sessions increasing their own knowledge/skills and overseeing the progress made by the children.

Children to develop skills in a different curriculum area, not taught in lessons.



North Norfolk Fitness Roadshow


For Years 5 and 6 – a six week programme to increase health and fitness levels

Children are educated about ways to keep fit and healthy

Increased knowledge about the way the body works, food groups and the benefits of exercise. Children know about ways to keep fit and healthy and are inspired to keep themselves fit.

The Golden Mile


To increase fitness levels across the whole school by completing the Golden Mile each week

Children are healthier. Senior pupils led activities and record results

Whole school involvement in sport.

Improved health and fitness levels.