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PE Premium
The Government has again committed to renewing its package of funding for physical education (PE) and school sport. Through this ‘Sport Premium’ the Government is continuing to provide £150 million in additional funding to support the delivery of PE and sport in primary schools.

This funding will be ring fenced and will be allocated directly to primary schools across England, providing them with a dedicated resource to buy in invaluable expertise and support. Funding will be allocated through a lump sum for each school and a per-pupil top-up mechanism. The formula will reference the number of primary-aged pupils (i.e. children between the ages of 5 and 11).


Cardinham School PE Spending Plan 2018/19




Income: £17600


Recognised area of need/development


 Desired Impact

Future Actions and Sustainability


Further upskill staff especially new members of staff by providing CPD and giving opportunities to work alongside professionals



-PE Coordinator to attend Annual PE Conference 


-PE Teacher and one other member of staff to attend MCSN Conference


Provide regular CPD to upskill teachers and TAs.


Continue to source high quality coaches to work alongside members of staff:

Kernow Gymnastics 


Go Active Cornwall

Plymouth Argyle

Judo Coach



Staff have increased confidence, knowledge and skills to enable them to deliver high quality PE in all areas


Children continue to achieve high standards in lessons and they have increased confidence when performing and competing. 




 Upskilling staff is sustainable for many years to come.








Further develop the role of the PE TA to further raise standards




PE TA to lead Wake and Shake & The Morning Mile






Children are physically active for longer periods of time, leading to better physical and mental health.



Extend Forest School provision to KS2 in addition to KS1

Train an additional member of staff

Children are physically active for longer periods of time, leading to better physical and mental health.

TA upskilled.


Maintain and further extend our excellent range of extra-curricular activities to both Key Stages


Introduce Judo for the first time

PE Coordinator to plan and deliver a varied programme of extra-curricular opportunities from Y1-6, to include use of outside providers as appropriate


Autumn Term Sports Clubs:

Cross Country





Judo ****

Spring Term Sports Clubs:

Cross Country


Football – Plymouth Arygle & School


Karate – Ashiita Karate

Street Dance



Summer Term Sports Club:

Cross Country YR-6

Street Surfing – Active Cornwall Y3-6

Multi-sports YR-2

Dance – YR-6

Yoga YR-6


Kernow Archery Y3-6

Surfing Y4-6




100% of pupils will participate in at least one sports club over the academic year.


Children have higher self-esteem and confidence.


Children are physically active for longer periods of time, leading to better physical and mental health.

 Instils a lifelong love of sport.


Maintain good well-being of all children across the school through continuing to embed Yoga and Mindfulness as part of the curriculum and as an extra-curricular activity  


Continue to use ‘Class Yoga’ on a weekly basis in all three classes.


PE Coordinator/student teacher to teach Yoga throughout the school as part of our Mini Sofa Dodger/PE.


Purchase blankets and lavender eye pillows to further enhance Yoga sessions.

Staff are confident in using Class Yoga to deliver yoga sessions.  



 Good mental health and now and in future life.

Develops good habits and teaches children how to relax.





Keep up to date with local/national initiatives


Increase participation in inter school competitions



YSP Annual Membership – Level 2

MCSN Annual Membership

Through MCSN and Bodmin Sports


Remove barrier of transport through funding coaches for some events where participation is high.


Pupils are enthusiastic about taking part in inter school events.

They are confident when competing against other schools.



Children will want to participate in out of school competitions.


Embed Active 30:30 throughout our school

Introduce ‘The Daily Mile’ throughout the whole school


Collaboratively plan Active 30:30 activities/sessions

Purchase additional resources as required

Create a timetable to ensure effective delivery of Active 30:30 across the school.



Children are fitter, healthier and happier.

ALL children enjoy being physically active.



 Children lead healthier lifestyles now and as they move into adulthood,


Continue to use Maths of the Day

‘Active Maths’ throughout the school

Continue to embed in each class as part of maths lessons

Maths lessons across the school are typically more active.









Replenish curriculum equipment and resources




Purchase new equipment







Improve surface of school playground

Purchase new skipping ropes

Purchase new hurdles

Reinstate sand pit





Obtain quotes and purchase the following: 

Judo Mats

Huff and Puff Trolley

Dance scheme/resources

Mountain bikes & helmets

Mountain bike storage

Seek quotes for alternative playground surface



















Surface will survive many, many years.

















Continue to embed less conventional sports through our Sofadodger initiative

Introduce further new sports as enrichment and as extra-curricular clubs

Archery, Yoga, Bowls, Disc Sports






Higher participation with a wider range of opportunities signposted. 







Children are more likely to adopt a healthy lifestyle and find a life-long sport



Further develop opportunities for leadership in KS2 

All Y6 pupils to take part in Playmakers Award


4 x Gifted and Talented pupils to take part in the Junior Athlete Education Programme  


4 x Y5/6 Pupils to take part in the School Sports Organising Crew Conference


KS2 will have developed the necessary skills to be able to lead activities and events to YR and KS1 pupils.

Y5s developing skills for next academic year.


Ensure children are more active and engaged at playtimes and lunchtimes


Revise playtime and lunchtime rota

Purchase new huff and puff trolley.


Increased levels of opportunities/participation.

Increase in fitness levels. 


Huff and puff equipment will last a minimum of three academic years.


Continue to promote/develop club links

Continue to investigate local clubs

Maintain club links board

Invite representatives of local clubs into school to lead assemblies


Increased levels of participation.

Children have been encouraged to adopt a healthy lifestyle and find a life-long sport.



Doors are open for children to continue participating in a sport of their choice.


Total planned expenditure



























Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety.

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year? 90%



What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?



What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?




Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way?


























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