PE and Sports Premium 2022 - 2023





The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2018 to improve 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 – is being allocated to primary school headteachers.  This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

How much do we get?

We received £21389 this year.   We participate in district competitions and tournaments through membership of the Sports Collective.  We use the Sports Premium Funding to pay for the School Partnership Collective. This is how we propose to continue to use this funding in the future as we can see the difference it is making to our children's P.E education and opportunities offered to them.  

At Newtons, we have always been committed to providing children with excellent sporting provision. We are delighted to have received the Gold School Games Kitemark Award to recognise our achievements in promoting physical activities. With the added funding, we aim to build on this further, ensuring that each child experiences the benefits.



Expected outcome


Measured through termly monitoring

Higher quality teaching in lessons through team teaching.

Staff will build on their skills by team teaching with specialist PE teacher

Children to receive higher quality PE lessons.


Competition programme (including netball, football, hockey, athletics, swimming, cricket, tag rugby, tennis, rounders, tri-golf, cross country, Boccia)

More of our children participating in competitive events. Increased range of competitions on offer.

Increased understanding of winning and losing.

Knowledge of the role of fair play and sportsmanship. Opportunities to develop skills in new sports.

Boccia and PAN

SEN children will be able to access sports

SEN and non-SEN children working together on a range of sports.

Out of hours provision

Netball club.

Activ8 – funded by Old Ford.


Lunch time - Cross Country club 

Ballroom dancing club


Increased participation in sport.

Y4 and Y5 pupils to receive training

Training for Y4 and Y5 pupils to lead play activities with KS1 and KS2 children during lunchtimes.



Children gain an increased sense of responsibility.

Increased levels of confidence amongst the leaders.

KS1 and KS2 pupils more focussed during lunchtimes.

Staff training in gymnastics

Gymnastics – staff have  received training on gymnastics to improve the teaching of the subject throughout the school.

Children to achieve in PE lessons through access to receive high quality gymnastics teaching.

Tri-golf set.

Pupils have received lessons in golf. The new equipment enables children to learn the basics of golf, making it fun and engaging for the age group in question.

Children now have the opportunity to try golf in school.


Increased participation in the sport.

Termly PE leader updates

Subject leader to attend temly PE updates.

Newtons can share good practice in PE with other local schools, as well as further boosting our contacts network.

Cycle Confident training

The school provide bike training to all children in Y5 and 6.

Children to become more aware of road dangers and to gain increased confidence when biking on roads. If they pass level 2, they can cycle to school.

Change for Life

Increase children’s knowledge of how to live a healthy lifestyle. Children who attend Breakfast Club can access this during this time. 

Greater awareness amongst children about the dangers of obesity, smoking and other such activities that can undermine pupils’ health.


 Children in Year 5 go to Harris Academy for weekly swimming lessons.

 Year 5 children will become competent swimmers

NQT Training

2 Members far staff led NQT training for KS1 and KS2

NQTs across the borough are competent and confident to teach P.E



 19 out of our current 58 Year 6 children can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres. 29 children can use a range of strokes effectively  and 25 children can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. 

Click here to read more about P.E. within our school