Christ Church C of E Primary School

Christ Church C of E Primary

Sports Premium 2019/20


The Sports Premium really enabled Christ Church to improve their PE/sports provision over the last five academic years and the school are looking to continue to improve its offer.  Most of the premium is spent on the hire of coaches who will work alongside teachers throughout the year, in order to improve the quality of teaching and learning. This has enabled the school to ensure that standards in PE are comparable with those in other core subjects at the school, which are all above national averages (see table below). Due to the importance that the school place on high quality physical education, the school ‘add’ further funds to supplement the sports Premium. In 2018, we were awarded the School Games Silver Award.  The school work closely with other local schools to ensure that our pupils engage in high quality sporting experiences throughout the year. The school commits around £21,000 to school sports which exceeds the £17,830 that the school receive from the Sports Premium in 2019/2020 and £15, 890 the previous year.

This table shows the percentage of pupils across the school working at levels related to their age.


Physical Education

Number of pupils at age related – JULY 2019 




Below National Expectations


at National Expectations


Exceeding Expectations

 Year 1




Year 2




Year 3




Year 4




Year 5




Year 6









Improving health & well being


What are we doing?

What is the desired impact

What’s the cost?

Impact in 2018/19

Further impact for 2019/20

Elected Playground Leaders to support physical activity at playtime organising games for their peers.

For children to become more engaged in organised ‘active’ games during playtimes/lunch times

£ 200

Project has started with Y6 team proactive across lunchtime. This has supported lunchtime team and added value to younger pupils

  • To continue with programme from last year as successful

Increase budget to £400

Hockey Club run by Mrs Grabham

For less active children to be positively engaged in physical exercise and become fitter


£ - No cost


Club has started with group looking to play matches against other schools.

  • Starts in Autumn term after school on Thursday Y2-Y6

School working towards Healthy Schools status

For school to improve its offer to its’ pupils as an improved ‘Healthy School’.

£ 250 to cover release time for DT to attend training and gather evidence


  • School have received bronze accreditation 2018
  • RBG running sessions in March 2020 to start application process. Aim for silver accreditation

School hosting a range of active sports clubs including: football, basket-ball, dance, gymnastics, drama and tennis.




For children to gain an understanding of new sports and this leading to improved health and well-being.

£ 4.00 per session

Premium not used for the clubs

  • Sept 2018, the school took back its sports clubs from 3:30-4:30. This has meant that the school is able to validate quality of clubs and meet demands.

School still needs to target more KS1 pupils through clubs so more work to be done.

For Year 6 children to take part in Flat Stan emergency 1st aid training in autumn term.

For pupils to ensure well-being by understanding how to react to potential emergency situation.

Cost of training £395


·Completed in Jan 2019 – each children across the school receiving emergency 1st aid – very successful

  • The school to run 1st aid training in 2019/2020 – Spring

Better on a Bike Project

To teach pupils to cycle safely. Begin with KS1 and then move to older children who are unable to ride.


  • Children in Y1 & Y2 received training – very successful project

School continued its training in March 2019, increasing its bikes. £2000 safeguarded for KS2 bikes

To continue in to the Autumn / Spring term 2019/2020


Improving Physical Education

 What are we doing?

What is the desired impact

What’s the cost?

Impact in 2018/19

Plans for further impact 2019/20

We have employed Mrs Grabham to Co-ordinate PE/Sports at Christ Church. Mrs Grabham works alongside teachers from Reception to Y6 to ensure that each child benefits from our target of two hours, high quality physical education each week. Mrs Grabham’s key roles are to:

·         Model high quality coaching to meet our curriculum needs.

·         Leading school sports at Christ Church and holding staff INSET

·         Working with teachers to develop an effective approach to assessment, lesson organisation and evaluation.

·         Ensuring all children, regardless of starting points, make good or better progress and have a positive attitude towards team sport

·         Identify G&T children and help to provide pathway to increasing engagement within sports

·         To support children and families that may find access to sports difficult

·         Working with RBG sports lead to ensure that school engage in a range of inter-school sports



All children make progress in the PE learning

School staff to increase their subject knowledge and understanding of assessment and progression in PE


Children have a positive attitude towards looking after their bodies,   team sport and enjoyment of sports


Children to experience participation in inter-school sports





  • Well organised school sports that are now a strength of the school.
  • Increased participation across the school within a range of sports that provide a balanced curriculum.
  • Mrs Grabham has developed an assessment framework that sees progress and attainment in PE being tracked in a similar manner to core subject. The PE team have worked alongside teachers to assess accurately for summer reports.
  • Children having increased participation in borough sports events. All children across the year have an opportunity to participate in sports activities off-site
  • The school have been awarded the Silver Schools mark for progress in establishing sports within the school.





  • Sports continue to remain strong with new teaching team.
  • Sports week planned for June 2020


  • Another full calendar of sports events this year RBG


  • School to aim for Gold award

We are now tracking attainment and progress of our pupils in PE. We have provided attainment data for our pupils at the end of the 2017/18 academic year and will be reporting on attainment and progress data at the end of this academic year.


This will enable us to:

·         Gain a better understanding of the profile of our pupils across the school

·         Identify children that may require support in PE

·         Identify children that excel in PE

Improve our knowledge of assessing pupils so that we can set appropriate next steps




  • Attainment data for end of 2018/19 year collated and on school website

Pupils tracked annually by sports team. PE lead to assist teachers with annual reports so that PE data is increasingly accurate


  • School to continue to track progress using secure attainment data

 Inter – School Sports – The school have joined a number of other local schools and formed a sports cluster.

Children to experience participation in inter-school sports (both KS1 & KS2)

Increase understanding of competitive sports

Greater understanding of fair play, teamwork and resilience.



  • Children having increased opportunities to compete against children from local schools and they have also been able to access high quality resources at secondary school
  • Continuation with commitment for inter-school competitions. Children across the school have represented school for football, hockey, cricket and gymnastics so far
  • Years 3 and 4 took part in a WT Group Football tournament in the summer term
  • Mrs Grabham now runs boys and girls football


  • The school will continue to engage and promote inter-school competitions during the cycle.

A commitment to ensuring that the school has high quality equipment resources to teach the range of activities that form its PE curriculum. The school ring-fences a sum of money each year to purchase/replenish or update sports equipment.




To ensure that the resources are available to successfully teach the sports stated within the curriculum.


  • Investments in new goal posts for smaller competitions as well as working with RBG for fixed basketball hoops
  • New goal posts to complement existing
  • New gymnastics equipment to complement existing stock in hall.





New equipment purchased ready for Autumn 2019


A commitment to ensuring that children in Year 3 and 4 are taught weekly swimming lessons at Post-16 Campus in Shooters Hill

To ensure that our pupils are taught how to swim at the right age so that they can feel more confident in and around water





  • Successful transfer to new pool and School continue to benefit from the move to post-16, who we also work with for other school sports.

Pupils continue to benefit from swimming across these key year groups


  • School will continue with this partnership

To renew sports markings on school playground

To provide an improved markings/court area for PE/Sports



  • HT submitted bid for playground refurbishments. School look to have been awarded circa £8000 towards project.

(See below)

·         To complete in Autumn 2019

To investigate the possibility of securing 4G sports surfacing on the rear playground at the school.

To provide a safe and purposeful sports surface that will support school sports for years to come.

£35,000 – possible costings

·       Fund raising successful and new surface laid during summer break.

·         Line design to be agreed and added to surface in September 2019


Swimming skills at Christ Church


Percentage of current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres                                 80%
Percentage of current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]? 80%
Percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations? 80%
Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming that must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Has Christ Church used it this way? No