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Primary P.E. and School Sports Funding

The Primary PE and Sports Premium was launched by the Government in April 2013 to raise pupil participation in sport-related activities on the back of the success of the 2012 Olympic Games.


It is a ring-fenced funding to be used by the school to improve the quality and breadth of PE, sport and physical activity provision.


The national vision is for: "All pupils leaving primary school to be physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport."


In the academic year 2016/2017 we received £11,455.03 and spent the money in the following ways.





CPD EMS School Sports

£ 4332.46

CPD EMS School Sports



£ 580.57



Tennis Coach

£ 160.00

Tennis Coach


Balance Bikes

£ 450.00

Under 11 Netball Tournament


Skipping School

£ 275.00

Skipping School


Supply Cover

£ 667.00

Hartlepool Schools Champion Programme


Tennis Balls

£ 160.40

Junior Schools FA Annual Fee


Access Play Store

£ 645.80

Football Equipment


Handball Kits

£ 171.20

Bean Bags


Football Sack + Balls

£ 75.00



Table Tennis Table

£ 200.00

Step Count Mat


Midi Cricket Coaching

£ 120.10

Hula Hoops


Samba Training Goals

£ 123.20

Tennis Balls


Bucket Blast

£ 48.95

Rounders Kit


Bean Bags

£ 50.00

Rounders Balls


Dodgeball Bag

£ 115.10

Hire of Domes


Hartlepool Schools Champion Programme

£ 50.00

Sports Stickers


Agility Hurdles

£ 59.70



Total     Funding £ 9797.00

£ 8284.48

Total Funding             £11,455.03


Children meeting National Curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety 2016-2017




Percentage of Y6 children who met the requirement

Percentage of Y6 children who could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25% when they left primary school.


Percentage of Y6 children who could use a range of strokes effectively (eg front crawl, breast stroke, back stroke) when they left primary school.



Percentage of Y6 children who could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left primary school.