Burton End PE and Sport Premium Report

School's PE and Sports Funding

The government has provided additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18 in order to improve the provision of Physical Education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – has been allocated to all primary schools.

The government outlines two main outcomes for the use of the PE and Sport Premium

  • Develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers.
  • Build capacity and capability within the school to ensure that improvements made now will benefit pupils joining the school in future years.

This funding has been increased for the academic year 2017/2018.

Our vision for 2017-2018

The long term vision at Burton End is to raise the attainment of children across the entirety of PE and sport. We believe that every child should be provided with the means to find enjoyment in physical activity so that they may lead an active and healthy future.

Our aims for this academic year:

  • Maintain links with our existing sports coach to enrich our PE and sport provision, as well as support existing staff in delivering high-quality lessons.
  • Provide children with the opportunity to participate in more sporting events, with the expectation that children leave primary school having represented us at a competitive event.
  • Take an active approach to celebrating the participation and success of our children in PE and sport.
  • Further develop our physically active and healthy ethos as a school.
  • Review our approach to the teaching of PE and sport to improve consistency across year groups.
  • Provide more opportunities for extra-curricular clubs and activities across both KS1 and KS2.
  • Find and implement opportunities for staff to continue their professional development in PE and sport.
  • Organise activities to further develop pupil engagement in PE across the whole school.

Our allocation

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but have been given the freedom to choose how they do this to suit the needs of their children.

To date, we have received the following grants:

2014-2015 - £9427
2015-2016 - £5,623
2016-2017 - £9650
2017-2018 - £19,930

Between September 2014 and July 2016, Burton End Primary Academy decided to use the money to:

  • Employ PE specialist PE teachers from our existing academy network to enrich our Year 5 and 6 PE provision.
  • Employ a Sports Coach to work alongside our teachers when teaching PE in order to strengthen teaching and learning in this subject across the school.
  • Employ a Sports Coach to support and engage the least active children in physical activities.
  • Increase pupils’ participation in a range of sports and physical activities.
  • Provide free and subsidised places for pupils in before and after school sports clubs.
  • Improve the health and wellbeing of all pupils.
  • Employ an extra Mid-day Supervisor to organise games and sports activities at lunchtime for children in Key Stage 2 (based on a class/year rotation system).
  • Employ a Mid-day Supervisor to work with Key Stage 1 children - leading children in a wide variety of games and activities.
  • Purchase extra play equipment.
  • Purchase spare kit to ensure that all children have access to a PE curriculum.
  • Implement opportunities for professional development in KS1 through the BUPA ‘Start to move’ programme.

Our impact to date (September 2017)


  • Our morning and after school sports clubs have helped to develop children’s confidence in their physical abilities. It has also improved their overall health and wellbeing.
  • Surveys carried out on children, by the subject leader, have shown that pupil’s perceptions of PE as well as general enjoyment and learning had improved over time.
  • Participation levels in PE have improved.
  • As a result of our continuing professional development, staff are more confident with teaching PE and leading by example.
  • In addition to improved enjoyment of PE by children throughout the school, children (where physical participation is not possible) are given responsibilities that have allowed them to participate and learn from the objectives of the lesson. This included taking photos of the learning; providing verbal feedback on their peers’ performances, based on the skill expectations for the lesson; and supporting with general organisation.
  • Over the years, a variety of different sports and activities have been on offer at Burton End Primary Academy. These have included: Mini Tennis, Dance, Athletics, Dodgeball, Football, Multi-skills, BMX cycling, Tag-rugby, Rounders and Gymnastics.

Impact of clubs and activities:


  • 45% of children regularly attended a sports clubs since September 2013.
  • 60 children attended either gymnastics or dance clubs in the Academic year 2014/15 – these are activities which were not previously offered.
  • Cross County (September 2014) – 31 students from years 5 and 6 took part in this local area event.
  • Dodgeball (September 2014) – 10 year 5 students took part in a friendly game against a Partnership school.
  • Football – the school team of 10 individuals played regularly in Prestige Sport’s league (and continue to do so today).
  • Year 5/6 children participated in ‘RideSmart’ (a BMX cycling initiative) in Summer 2015.
  • Netball – 9 girls took part in a series of Netball tournaments in the summer.
  • Cricket – 12 year 4 students took part in a friendly game against a Partnership school (Summer).
  • Quad-Kids Athletics (Summer) – 12 year 6 students took part in this event against other schools from the local area.


  • Multi-skills club for KS1 – 20 children attended this club per half term. The outcome was a noticeable impact on gross motor skills.
  • 20% of children participated in school teams / competed in inter-school competitions.
  • Basketball – 13 year 5 and 6 students competed for the school in SW Suffolk’s annual competition – finishing 3rd overall.
  • An Olympic gymnast performed at the school in June 2015 and all children took part in fitness activities and a sponsored event.
  • A wider range of games and activities offered at lunch since the introduction of KS2 Play Leaders.
  • The school have reinvigorated a healthy school approach including: healthy snacks, healthier lunches and more organised physical activities at playtime.
  • Quad-Kids Athletics (Summer) – Children took part in this event against other schools from the local area.
  • Specialist coaches and teachers raised attainment within the subject.
  • Play leaders and sports coaches promoted physical activity and skills at lunchtime.
  • The Daily Mile was introduced as part of our healthy school approach for children.
  • Assemblies and the PE display board were used to celebrate increased participation in clubs and other physical activities - both in and outside of school.


  • The school actively looked for opportunities to increase the participation of Pupil Premium children in PE and sport through targeted sports clubs.
  • Existing sports clubs were maintained and built on from previous years.
  • Specialised coaches and PE teachers from partnership schools delivered high quality and enjoyable PE lessons to our Year 5 and 6 children.
  • New sports equipment was purchased that enriched the learning within PE lessons as well as sports clubs.
  • The school maintained our partnership with our specialised sports coach. Newly Qualified Teachers and existing staff had the opportunity to work alongside our coach to improve their own provision of PE and sport.
  • The school maintained their participation in extra-curricular events, participating at a range of competitive events such as football, rounders, athletics, cricket and cross-country.
  • The school continued with the ‘Daily Mile’
  • A Paralympic athlete visited the school to raise awareness of disability in sport. All the children took part in fitness activities alongside him as part of a sponsored event.