Sports Funding

If you would like to know why the sports funding is so important then please watch this video:

5 Extra Years.


School games logo 2016-2017

Miss Allen took a group of Dancers to Kidderminster College in 2018. This was their amazing performance!

We are supported by Luctonian’s Community SportsLuctonians

Ongoing Sports Funding Report

Since September 2013 each Primary school has received extra sports funding through the Sports Pupil Premium. In our school this will amount to around £16,500 for 2017-18. We intend to use this allocation to achieve a number of sustainable objectives:

BUDGET for the Academic year 2017/2018 – £16,500

  1. To provide travel to and from sporting events for all children.
  2. To further develop and enhance the opportunities for inter-school competition and competitive sport.
  3. To apply for the Sainsbury’s Silver Award.
  4. To maintain participation levels across each Key Stage.



BUDGET for the Academic year 2017/2018 – £16500
Use of funding Outcomes Evidence
·         £4,902 Transport to high quality sport events. Further improved participation in sport by all pupils Application for the Sainsbury’s Silver School Games Award. *Awarded Oct 2017

1.      Pupil Voice – Feedback from pupils will feature as part of the impact measured.

2.      An increase in participation in after school clubs and sports in general. This will come from club registers and feedback from specialist coaches and teachers.


·         £400 Specific sports delivery planning
·         £900 to deliver netball coaching and management.
·         £900 to deliver football coaching and management.
·         £900 to deliver tag rugby coaching and management.
Swimming subsidy
·         £200 – specialist Sports advice PE leaders continuous improvement AP, sports delivery


 £2000 will be spent on new equipment this year.
A BBC article from September 2014 provides some interesting insight into the Sports Premium money.

“Ministers say the Premium, which will continue until 2020, is enough to pay for a PE teacher two days a week. The government commissioned NatCen Social Research to find out how primary schools had spent the money. Interviews carried out in primary schools between April and July this year found

  • Three-quarters had used the money on new equipment or to provide after-school sports clubs
  • A fifth said they had made after-school club sports completely free
  • 84% said the money had helped them boost pupils’ engagement with PE during lessons
  • 83% said more pupils were attending after-school sports clubs.
  • 91% reported an improvement in the quality of PE teaching, with the remainder saying it had stayed the same
  • 96% said pupils were fitter and healthier
  • 93% saw better behaviour among pupils
  • 63% said they had increased the number of competitive sport fixtures against other schools


The researchers found that the proportion of schools using specialist PE teachers rose from about a fifth (22%), to over half (54%).