Childeric Primary School

  • Tel: 020 8692 3453
  • Email:
Primary PE and Sport Premium


Primary PE and Sport Premium



The PE and Sports Premium must be used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and sport for the benefit of pupils to give them the opportunity to develop their PE skills and lead a healthy lifestyle. 

Allocations for the academic year are calculated using the number of pupils in years 1 to 6 as recorded on the January census. Schools with 17 or more pupils receive £8,000 plus £5 per pupil.

Childeric received:

£9,730 for 2016/2017

£19,500 for 2017/2018

£15,429 for 2018/19


Expenditure 2016/2017

We used the funding for 2016/2017 to subsidise the cost of employing a full time P.E.  teacher to raise standards across the school.  He led after school clubs and clubs during playtimes and lunchtimes to encourage children to take part in activities, in smaller groups, to raise their self-esteem and fitness levels. Increased numbers of children were involved in competitive sports and tournaments.


Expenditure 2017/2018

We increased the amount of after school sports clubs to allow higher numbers of children to participate. We also opened up after school clubs to children in year 2 during the summer term.  We employed a specialist PE teacher to support staff professional development.

We also arranged for children to watch sports events at various venues. A group of children visited Wembley to watch a football match; some children went to watch the World Para Athletics Championships at The Queen Elizabeth Park and the London Youth Games Fanfest at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.


Expenditure 2018/2019

In addition to the above provision, we have appointed a PE leader who will ensure that there is consistency and progression throughout the school. She also manages and coordinates the wide range of PE opportunities available to our pupils.



Pupils have increased in confidence, perseverance and fitness. They are more able to collaborate in team-games. This is particularly evident during playtimes when playing independently. These attributes have a positive impact on pupils’ learning behaviour in the classroom and standards continue to rise.