Sports Premium Funding 2016 - 2017


Through ‘Sport Premium’ the Government is providing a budget to schools to support the delivery of PE and sport in primary schools.

This funding will be ring fenced, and will be allocated directly to the primary schools across England providing them dedicated resources to buy in invaluable expertise and support. Primary schools are able to determine what they believe to be the most appropriate use of the funding.

The funding amount schools receive is based upon the number of children of primary age the school has. The sport premium is to be used to increase the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision while increasing participation in PE and sport.






The 2016 -17 Sport Premium for St Anne’s RC School was £8496. Under the SPORTS heading on the main menu bar are articles which show examples of the range and impact of the Sports Premium Funding.

The money has contributed to the schools overall P.E. budget as outlined below.


Budget 2016 - 2017





Running total

Dance / Gymnastics coach (CPD for TA’s )

½ day per week x 36 weeks



Premier Sport to work with all classes and teachers throughout the year. (CPD for staff)

½ day per week x 30 weeks



St. Anthony’s Secondary School Partnership



Y6 swimming  - coach and transport (Summer term)



Cyber coaching

On-line activity and exercise programme



Equipment (PE co-ordinator to audit and replace equipment)





Other PE related activities (not funded by PE grant)

Sunderland SAFC coaching for basic skills and football

½ day per week x 36 weeks


School budget to meet this cost

Summer term PE theme week

Nursery – Little dribblerssession &cheerleading.

Reception- Climbing wall

Year 1-Tennis coaching &Climbing wall, 

Year 2 – Tennis coaching, Cheerleading &football,

Year 3 – Climbing wall & tennis coaching.

Year 4 – Climbing wall, Judo, tennis coaching.

Year 5 – Judo, Climbing wall & tennis coaching.

Year 6 – Tennis coaching &Climbing wall.

Total cost to school for all transport and activities –


Tennis - £130

Transport - £230

Climbing wall - £1,426

Transport - £500

Judo - £100

Football - £50

Cheerleading - £30

School budget met these costs and parents were not charged for any activity or transport costs.