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Lincewood Primary School

Sports Premium

The Physical Education and Sports Grant is allocated to schools based on the number of children the school has on roll.

The purpose of this funding is to improve the provision of Physical Education and Sport in Primary Schools and it is up to the Senior Leadership and Governing Body of the school to determine how best to spend the grant to achieve this.

At Lincewood Primary School we want to provide every pupil with access to the highest quality of Physcial Education provision through Curriculum time and after school and holiday activities and the grant will enable us to do this.

Sports Premium Grant Report 2019-20

Lincewood Primary School: Sports Premium Grant Projected Spend Report 2020-21

Total Number of pupils on roll


Grant Received



Mrs Stephanie Hughes

Governor responsible for PE and School Sport


Objectives of Spend:

·         Improve the provision and quality of PE and School Sport at Lincewood Primary School.

·         Ensure that PE and School sport is judged at least ‘good’ by external monitoring.

·         To increase the number of opportunities for all the children to access high quality School sport, clubs, competitions, festivals and targeted projects.

·         Develop a love of sport and physical activity.

·         Provide high quality support to our teachers to ensure confidence and competence in teaching PE.

·         To give all children the opportunity to try a variety of different sports.



Objective/description of activity


All weather sports pitch




(35% of cost)



To improve the access to sporting activities all year round. To effectively use the school grounds at all times and to increase the opportunities of multi-sports played.

(Outcomes are limited due to closures surrounding Covid-19).

More opportunities for pupils to participate in a variety of sports all year round.

PE lessons for all age groups (420 children)

After school, weekend and holiday clubs.

All the children have access to an all year round facility which ensures PE lessons are rarely cancelled ensuring sport for all, all year.

External sport coaches to work with children on extra-curriculum sporting activities.



(Reduced spend due to Covid lockdown)






Four after school sessions a week all year of multi sports activities for Year1-6 to encourage participation in ‘other’ sports. 35 weeks of the year.

Five half an hour lunchtime clubs for Years 2-6 one day a week for all children for 35 weeks of the year. 

(Outcomes are limited due to closures surrounding Covid-19).

Greater sport participation for all the children and particularly those who do not attend the after school clubs.

Providing multi sports coaching at lunchtimes ensures all pupils in the Year group are present and taking part which can’t be made compulsory at the after school clubs.

Dean School Partnership


To have access to training opportunities for staff through Inset sessions, CPD calendar, access to resources for home learning and conferences for PE leads.

Limited outcomes due to Covid-19 closures.

Midday staff received training on ‘Active Lunchtimes’ during school closure.

PE leads made use of home learning resources from the SSP as well as virtual clubs during school closure. 

Swimming lessons by qualified swimming instructor and support staff




No spend due to Covid lockdown

No spend due to Covid lockdown

Transportation to events



No spend due to Covid lockdown

No spend due to Covid lockdown

James Hornsby Partnership fee


 Access to James Hornsby KS1 Festivals





No spend due to Covid lockdown

No spend due to Covid lockdown

Equipment and kit



Replace worn indoor PE equipment




Equipment is reviewed regularly to ensure it is of an adequate standard and covers the multitude of sports being covered.

Pupils are able to participate in a range of sports as resourced adequately.

Madmusik - Dance



To improve the teaching and learning of Dance as part of the PE curriculum for the whole school.

Children are taught progressive, engaging units of Dance. Teachers have the resources and planning tools that they need to feel confident teaching Dance as part of the PE curriculum. 

Total Premium received £19,480

Total Premium planned £5,456

Premium remaining