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PE & Sports Premium


Primary PE & Sport Grand Awarded

Total number of pupils on roll


Amount of grant received for Aut 21


P.E. grant spring/summer 22


Total income


PE & School Sport Co-ordinator

Mr Aaron Lehain

Governor responsible for PE & School Sport


Summary of Primary Sport Premium April 2021 July 2022

The Government provides Sports Premium funding to primary schools to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of sports and PE provision provided. 

Sports Premium funding is designed to make an impact across five key indicators:

  • The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity - the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school;
  • The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement;
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport;
  • Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils;
  • Increased participation in competitive sport.


At Stanway Fiveways Primary School we use our funding to:

  • Develop the skills and capacity of our teaching staff to deliver high quality PE teaching and coaching, by investing in specialist coaches to work alongside our staff.
  • Broaden the range of sports provision that we offer, and to give our children the chance to participate, during curriculum time, in a range of broader sporting opportunities such as tennis and squash.
  • Increase the level of engagement in physical activity by providing a larger number of extra-curricular sports and activities; including a daily lunch-time sports club. We also subsidise some of these extra-curricular opportunities so that they are affordable to all families.
  • Increase participation in sports by offering a broad range of opportunities for extra-curricular sports and physical activity, and by Increase our participation and success in competitive sports by supporting our participation in local leagues and competitions.
  • Improve the quality and range of PE and sports equipment that is available to increase the quality and range of PE and sport that is being delivered.
  • Promote physical activity and healthy lifestyles through a focus on gardening and active teaching using the resources available to us in our outdoor areas and wildlife areas.

Outline of Primary Sport Premium spending April 2021 - July 2022




Impact & Sustainability

Lunchtime Sports Club

KS1 Multi-skills club


Colchester united.


To continue to fund a lunchtime sports coach. The aim is to continue to maintain the high level of engagement in daily physical activity. A coach is hired to deliver a daily lunchtime sports club, this club will be accessible to all children from year 1-6. The sport be delivered within the club will vary from term to term. 

Increased participation in physical activity by children from year 1-6.

MDAs have observed this sports club and are using some of the ideas to run a wider variety of lunch-time games and activities.

To continue to fund the KS1 multi-skills club, this club is available to children in year 1 and 2. The aim is to increase the availability of sport and physical activity that is available to our KS1 children.

This club was first funded in 2015 and since doing so there has been a great increase in the number of children attending (6 children in 2014 to now being over-subscribed)

Specialist Squash Coaching


To provide all KS2 children with high quality squash coaching; to upskill and increase the confidence of all KS2 teachers in delivering high quality tennis lessons.

Every child in KS2 will received 6 hours of specialist squash coaching by the end of July 2019. This provided children with the opportunity to participate in a new and different sport. These sessions were delivered alongside the class teaching providing them with opportunity to upskill themselves in the teaching of racket based sports

Sports Equipment and repairs


Yearly, it is important to a quality education that the children have the best equipment possible available. This supports high quality coaching in P.E.

Having high quality equipment supported teaching and learning. It allowed us to host community tournaments supported by SCS and provide a fantastic sports day for all ages.

MUGA Maintenance


To provide the required maintenance and servicing for our Mulit-Use Games Area.

The maintenance of the MUGA has continued to provide an additional area for the children to use during PE lessons, lunch times etc. This allows a greater number of children to complete the recommended 30 minutes of daily physical activity.

Rugby and SCS

Specialist coaching.


Through data analysis we have realised we have a good percentage of children at the age expected standard in physical education. However, we are a progressive school, and therefore aspire to get more children above the age expected standard. Tiny Rugby school offer external coaching, their coaching is specific to rugby and aims to give children the best experiences possible when trailing the sport.

Fantastic impact, more children into the greater depth area, impact lower down the school as the coaching started in EYFS, and progressed forwards throughout the school. After school club is also provided for those who wish to improve their skillset further.



Sister dance were employed to provide specialist coaching for a specific sport. We identified the lack of children who achieve above age expected in P.E. and identified to get more children in that bracket we would need to get specialised coaches in for specific sports.

Sister dance provided year 5 with a specific break dancing session, which supported the year group skills and objectives, as well as giving the children clear skills progression to continue in further P.E. sessions.

P.E. Shed


A new P.E. shed was needed to accommodate the amount of equipment the school have. The previous equipment store provided insufficient space and resulted in equipment being damaged, which was having a negative impact upon the children’s learning.

The new shed provides an effective space for the school’s PE resources, subsequently ensuring there are enough high-quality resources to support children’s learning.

Tournament Fees


It is really important we provide the children with a competitive environment to show their talent and ability.

The children developed in a competitive environment, allowing them to improve and develop their skills. We were extremely successful this year, with our girls football team representing Colchester united after winning the local football tournament, before heading to Brentford to compete in another district.



Stanway Fiveways identified that we don’t have enough sport within the local community, so started an annual tournament with Stanway primary.

Event took place with fantastic parental engagement. Stanway Fiveways hosted, Stanway Primary to host next year.



Transportation for children to get to sporting events.

This allowed a large number of children to attend a mixture of competitive and non-competitive sporting events, representing the school against other school

Club support


Provide a greater amount of sports clubs, particularly for children and year groups who haven’t previously had much opportunity e.g. girls football.

An increased number of sports clubs available for the children to attend, including for groups and ages who previously were lacking in opportunity.



Total Expenditure


Carry forward.




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