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Sports Premium

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What is the Sports Premium?

Purpose of the funding

Schools can spend the sport funding on improving their provision of PE and sport; there is freedom to choose how to spend it.

At St. Augustine’s Catholic Primary School we recognise the contribution of PE to the health and well-being of the children. In addition, we believe that an innovative and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of all children.



Intended Impact


Next Review

Funding PE Subject Leader to provide peer coaching support to class teachers

  • Increase teacher confidence and skill in teaching PE / Sport
  • Improved consistent quality of PE lessons


December 2020

Membership of Shepway Schools Games Organisation

  • Participation in a range of interschool sport events both inside and outside school day for KS1 and KS2
  • Increased opportunity for all children to attend interschool sport events / competitions
  • Staff have access to support / resources to facilitate the above
  • Planned additional through the year : Kayaking, Paddleboarding - Folkestone Sands.


December 2020

Sports coach employed one day per week to teach outdoor and adventurous activities and minority sports linked to inter school competitions.


December 2020

Purchasing PE / Sport equipment

  • Better quality / range of equipment results in pupils experiencing a wider range of sport / PE opportunities in PE lessons


December 2020

Staff training - after school sessions 8 x 2 hours

  • Strengthen skills of staff in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 to teach PE

Part of Shepway games package.

December 2020

Transport to sport events

  • All pupil able to attend off site inter-school sport events / competitions


December 2020

Gold membership of Youth Sports Trust (specialist advice/audit and accreditation)

The school will have access to specialist advice and audit of current practise and will also assist the school in working towards accreditations in sporting excellence)


     December 2020

Snowdonia Trip Subsidy towards Snowdonia residential to ensure every child takes part.              £1000     December 2020
Total allocated              £14500     December 2020

We intend to use the funding to improve both curriculum and extra-curricular provision for all children, regardless of sporting ability.

Impact of Sports Funding.

We use the Sports Funding primarily to ensure that all children are active participants in the sporting life of the school. Our children have taken part in the following activities and competitions during the last academic year.

Events and competitions:

Multiskills - year 3 and 4 - Three Hills

Reception Fun Day - Three Hills

Table Tennis competition - Year 5/6 - Pent Valley

Water Polo - Year 5/6 - Folkestone Swimming Pool

Sportshall Athletics - Year 5/6 - Three Hills

Pop Lacrosee - Years 5/6 - Three Hills

Mini Football - Years 1/2 - Brockhill

Mini Basketball - Years 5/6 - Pent Valley

Wheelchair Basketball - Years 5/6 - Pent Valley

Mini Athletics - Years 1/2 - Pent Valley

Speed Stacking - Years 3 and 4 - Pent Valley

Multiskills - Years 1 and 2 - Pent Valley

Mini Football - Years 3 and 4 - Three Hills

Tri Golf - Years 3 and 4 - Etchinghill Golf Course.

Kwik Cricket tournament - Years 5/6 - Hythe Cricket Club

Kwik Cricket League - Year 5/6 - Various venues.

Herald Cup Football - Years 3/4/5/6 - Various Venues

Rounders - Year 5/6 - Brockhill

Netball League - Key Stage 2 - Various venues


Archery, Bikeability, Balanceability, Tiempo Dance, Trampolining, Fencing, Olympics Roadshow, Playmakers, Catch Fusion, Pulse Connect.

Special Assemblies

We had special assemblies from Ashes winner England Cricketer Geriant Jones, professional boxer Josh Kennedy, Europoean Trial Cycling Champion James Sheridan, and a professional football player from Fulham FC.



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