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St Augustine

Of Canterbury

C of E Primary School

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Sports Premium

Evaluation of the academic year 2022-2023:


Total amount of Sports Premium received  £17560

Total amount spent £12648

Carried forward  £4912


How the money was spent:

•Collaboration with specialist teachers of Physical Education - £74

•CPD for all teaching staff to increase their range of skills - £1845

•Improving existing resources/equipment for teaching PE - £256

•Use of outside agencies to deliver workshops - £0 

•Training for support staff including Midday supervisors on active lunchtimes - £0

•Employment of external coaches to provide opportunities for children to compete (i.e. in tournaments and fixtures between the local cluster primary schools, and within the trust) - £7853

•Buying into existing local sports networks - £2620


This has resulted in:


A greater confidence of teaching staff in planning and delivering high quality PE lessons.

A deeper understanding of the expectations of the Primary PE curriculum, including a focus on fitness and health.

Improved assessments of pupils’ skills and development in PE.

Increased participation in PE and Sport, including links to local clubs and organisations.  The take-up and enjoyment of the range of clubs offered by the school has increased significantly.  This is largely due to the subsidising of sports club provision which the school offers to families, provided through the Sports Premium.


Meeting requirements for swimming and water safety. 


What percentage of year six pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left primary school at the end of last academic year?



What percentage of year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively when they left primary school at the end of last academic year?



What percentage of year 6 pupils could perform self-rescue in different water based situations when they left primary school at the end of last academic year.