Lubavitch Girls School

PE and Sport Premium


The Primary PE and Sport Premium is an initiative that aims to help increase and improve the PE and sporting opportunities for children. It was first provided in the 2013/14 academic year and the current government has pledged to continue this funding until 2020. 

PE and Sport Premium funding is provided jointly by the Department for Education, the Department for Health and Culture and the Department for Media and Sport.  It has been allocated to primary school headteachers and is ring-fenced, meaning that it can only be spent on the provision of PE and sport in schools.

The Government believes that headteachers and school leaders should decide how to use the funding for PE and Sports in school. They are held accountable for the decisions they make through:

  • The performance outcomes of all pupils compared with their peers

  • The Ofsted inspection framework, under which inspectors focus on the attainment of pupil groups, in particular in those areas where specific funding has been provided

  • The reports that schools are required to publish online for Parents

All primary schools receive a lump sum plus money per pupil aged 5 or over on roll.  Here at Lubavitch Girls' Primary School we aim is to use the funding effectively to ensure that standards of learning and achievement in PE and Sports are raised, with all children, regardless of their background, engaging in physical activity as part of the curriculum and extra-curricular provision.

This is an extremely important and successful government initiative. Research evidence shows that education and health are closely linked. One of the key points from the evidence, reported by Public Health England, states that “A positive association exists between academic attainment and physical activity levels of pupils.”



Physical Education and Sports Premium

April 2019-April 2020

  • For the financial year 2019-2020, we will receive Sports Premium money from the DFE.
  • The money is spent in a sustainable and regulated way to ensure we meet our objectives.
  • On the Girls site, we received £17,244 and on the boys site we received £20,376.
  • We feel confident that we are meeting our priorities that complement our curriculum statement.


  1. Enhance the curriculum offer in line with our statement:

‘At Lubavitch Primary School we are committed to developing lifelong learners and responsible citizens with a clear vision for their future.’

  1. Continue to provide training for UKS2 children to become Play Leaders and lead younger children in games and activities on the playground.
  2. Provide CPD opportunities (through the HLT and alongside the Boleyn Trust) to improve the quality and range of sports and schemes offered to children, ensuring equipment and schemes are available and up to date to provide these.
  3. Continue to provide weekly one-hour swimming lessons to ensure the overall provision is broad and balanced.
  4. Purchase playground sports equipment.

Proposed spending plan 2019-2020

The money will be spent in the following ways:

  1. Interim Deputy Head to provide CPD to all staff in the Academy to ensure they are upskilled to deliver PE;
  2. Interim Deputy Head to deliver PE session in Upper KS2 – Boys Site;
  3. Annual CPD support (2019-2020) from key leader at a Boleyn Trust school to enable staff to deliver PE – Key Stages 1 and 2
  4. Maintenance of gym equipment – girls school;
  5. Purchase PE equipment for outdoor activities;
  6. Swimming at girls’ site – to ensure we deliver a broad and balanced curriculum.





  • All the girls in current year 6 can swim at least 25 meters (weaker ones with swimming aid)
  • All girls can swim on their back, tread water and climb out of the pool without use of the stairs.
  • All the girls can also do self rescue and can use floats to enable other peoples rescue

Impact Statement July 2019 for the Sports Premium:

1. As competence in PE teaching has improved, delivery through increased ideas and skills has become much more professional and skillful.

2. Children are becoming better at PE and general levels of fitness across school are increasing.

3. Level of engagement by pupils has increased as pace and skills learned in all lesson has increased.

4. Better equipment in school has led to a wider participation rate as more children want to take part.

5. Self-esteem of children has increased as the children have become more competent in sports and PE. This has been particularly noticeable with swimming lessons.

6. Parental knowledge of well-being and healthy lifestyles has increased.