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PE & Sport Premium

‘I can, We can, Pulham Can!’

Every child receives the statutory amount of physical education, per week, as a minimum.

Foxes Class receive swimming lessons every Wednesday at Archbishop Sancroft High School, they are
taught by a fully qualified swimming instructor, Mr Tim Millett.
Our school regularly participates in extracurricular cluster organised events. This is where we work with and
compete against other cluster schools in sporting festivals and competitions that sometimes feed into various
stages of the Norfolk School Games.
Our Aims:
 For every child to believe in themselves and have the confidence to participate in all physical activities
and for them to enjoy it!
 For each child to have access to high quality physical education lessons that develops their
confidence, participation levels, motivation, fitness, stamina, strength, suppleness and helps to
develop a healthy wellbeing and lifestyle.
 For pupils to be able to participate in extracurricular physical education.
 For everyone to be able to apply and transfer skills that they are taught to a variety of sports.
 For each child to be able to swim a full 25m by the end of year 6.
 For each year 5 child to have the opportunity to train as a Sports Leader. This training is provided by
Mrs Laura Goodswen, the Cluster Sports Coordinator.
Sports Premium Funding
The Government provides additional funding each year which must be used by primary schools to make
additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport. This must be for the benefit of
all pupils and encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles. At Pulham Primary School, we have
received the following funding awards:
2013-14 – £5235
2014-15 – £8256
2015-16 – £8584
2016-17 – £8574
This will lead to an improvement in the provision and an increase in participation and achievement in all
physical education and school sport. Our school has freedom to choose how we do this.
In line with the guidance given by the Department for Education, we have used this funding to:
 jointly fund a cluster school’s sports co-ordinator
 hiring qualified sports coaches to work with our teachers during P.E.
 pay for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport.
 provide cover to release primary teachers for professional development in PE and sport.
 hire of the village hall to develop dance for year 5 and 6
 increase pupils’ participation in the School Games through funding transport
 extend swimming provision – extra sessions for those not on course to achieve the end of KS2 target of
at least 25 metres.
 buy high quality equipment to allow the teaching of new disciplines.