PE & Sports Grant

Milton Park PE

Sport and PE at Milton Park Primary School

What is the primary ‘Sport Premium’?

In April 2013 the Government announced that £150 million would be released to fund primary school physical education and sport as part of the ‘Olympic legacy’. It has been designed to help schools in a variety of ways. Through investment of this funding, we hope to develop the provision of PE and raise the profile of sport and PE throughout the whole school. The aims for the investment at Milton Park are:

  • Provide sports coaches to improve quality of teaching and learning in Primary Physical Education.

  • To increase the opportunities for competitive sport.

  • To improve the quality and breadth of PE and sporting provision including increasing participation in PE and sport.

  • To work towards maintaining the School Games Mark gold award.


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In order to meet the overall all aims in 2017/18 we are using the funding to:

  • Improve and maintain PE equipment and resources.

  • Continue professional development of Real PE Primary Programme scheme of work, resources and training for school staff.

  • Fund qualified coaching staff for lunchtime and after school clubs.

  • Renew local sports partnership (North Somerset PE Association) which provides support, training, resources and access to level 2 and 3 inter school competitions-school games. In addition, they will provide us with additional specialist coaches for sport specific teaching eg wheel chair basketball. They will also provide training for our sports ambassadors to become young leaders

  • Provide extracurricular activities throughout the year.

  • Enable access to competition for all age groups.

  • Continued affiliation with governing bodies such as the RFU, Somerset Cricket and England Netball.

  • Provide quality first teaching

  • Provide quality coaching for swimming to enable specific year groups to swim

The impact of this funding with be measured through:

  • Pupil conferencing: measuring the interest of the children in different areas of the PE curriculum.

  • Increased participation in sport either in school (lunchtime or after school) or outside of school following experiences children receive in school.

  • Attendance at more competitions including trust events.

  • Record of swimming abilities will be tracked to show progress. Number of non-swimmers in each year group will decrease.

  • Assessment framework for PE follows children through the school will show progress in pupil’s abilities in different skills.

  • Registers of attendance for afterschool club to monitor the impact of access and participation in clubs

  • Observation of PE lesson show that they are well resourced

  • Attendance at more Wesport events increase in numbers of level 1, 2 events entered.

  • Retain the Gold mark for School Games

  • Lesson observations of PE show teaching to be good or better.


The impact of spending so far in the year 2017/18

  • Lesson observations by SLT showed real PE scheme of work being used. Teaching was good (Term 2)

  • Events attended so far which includes MAT events: Football, dodgeball, tag rugby, cross country, swimming gala.

  • Current attendance of after school clubs is already at 52% of the whole school. This on track to be significantly above last year’s 30% and well above what is required for the school games mark.


In order to meet these aims in the years 2013-2017 we used the sports premium finding to:

  • Purchase PE equipment, resources and kit

  • Introduce Real PE Primary Programme - scheme of work, resources and training for school staff

  • Fund qualified coaching staff for PE lessons and after school sports

  • Subscribe to North Somerset PE Association (WESPORT) to provide more opportunities for children to take part/compete in a variety of sports.

  • Provide extracurricular activities throughout the year e.g. sailing and archery.

  • Maintain sport facilities.

  • Affiliate with governing bodies such as the RFU, Somerset Cricket and England Netball.

    How did we measure the impact?

    PE leader monitored real PE to ensure it was being used to teach the PE lessons.

    PE leader kept evaluations from training course on real PE

    PE leader used pupil conferencing to discuss of extra curricular activities.

    PE leader worked towards achieving the bronze award from the School Games


    The impact of spending 2013-2016

  • Increased range of sports offered to all pupils throughout the school which has ensured an increase in participation. Sport specific clubs that are currently offered to all ks2 year groups include Football, Tag Rugby, High 5 Netball, Quick sticks Hockey, Cricket, Hula Hooping and Athletics. KS1 are offered multi sports throughout the year which covers a range of different sports. 30% of all children participate in an afterschool clubs throughout the year in comparison to previous years where it has been 25%. In addition to this we have been able to offer extracurricular activities such as Sailing, Archery and Street Surfing. Also we have been able to offer 25% of children in year 6 to join our Sports Ambassadors which is led by our sports coach.

  • Wesport membership which has increased the number of opportunities for pupils to participate competitively in a wide range of sports. 20% of children have the opportunity to participate in competitive events organised by WESPORT.

  • Create development REAL PE scheme of work which has improved the consistency of teaching of PE with structured lesson plans and ensures that PE fundamentals are covered. All members of staff have been given adequate training to enable them to use the scheme of work consistently.

  • PE equipment is of a high standard, appropriate for planned lessons and offers a wider range of sports.

  • Bronze award received from Your School Games.

  • An increase in the year groups that go swimming which is currently Years 2, 4 and 6 in comparison to previously just being Year 4.

The PE team keep yearly action plans which have more specific information relating to each year.

Swimming Data
Currently 75% of Year 6 children being able to swim 25m unaided.