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PE and Sport Premium

This funding is being jointly provided by the Department of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and P.E for all their children.

The sport funding can only be spent on sport and P.E. provision in schools.


Schools will have to spend the sport funding on improving their provision of P.E and sport, but they have the freedom to choose how they will do this.


Our School

In  2020/2021 Beenham Primary School received £16,560 in sports funding. The funding was spent on:

Offering new sporting experience£250A workshop was held and children were able to access a new sport.
Development of wider sporting opportunities before and after school and at lunchtime£9786The reintroduction of a Wake and Shake morning club alongside the offer of additional sporting clubs. Group games led by Lunchtime Supervisor and equipment purchased to support this. There was an increase in participation and physical activity levels.
Sports CPD for teaching staff£5200Specialist sports coaching provided, teachers were given the opportunity to learn from them to provide a greater understanding of how to plan, deliver and assess PE lessons. Children receiving high quality PE lessons and learning/ developing skills and ability.
Purchase of new sports equipment£500New equipment purchased to allow the effective delivery of high quality PE lessons.
Carry forward into 2021-22£824 




Swimming Attainment 2020-21

Unfortunately swimming lessons were unable to go ahead this academic year due to Covid restrictions. 


Swimming Lessons 2021-22

This academic year, we will be swimming at Bradfield College on Fridays. 

Tundra and Torak Class will begin their 6 week block of lessons on Friday 5th November. This will be followed by Tala Class in the Spring Term and Totem Class in the Summer Term.


Sports Premium Planned Spend 2021-22