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Barrington Primary School

"Supporting each other to achieve together"

Sports Premium

The Governor responsible for Sports Premium is Mr Joshua Evans.

Sports Premium Funding

All schools receive funding for PE through the Sports Premium which is now in its ninth year. 

For the year 2021-22 we received £17,880.   Due to COVID-19, we had an underspend of £14,837 from the previous academic year.  This was carried over and meant that we had a total of £32,717 to spend on PE and Sport.

The majority of this money has been spent on improving our outdoor space to encourage active play, happy and healthy lunchtimes.  We wanted to promote a joy in moving and playing and to help creativity as well.  

We also continued to improve staff confidence, knowledge and skills in the teaching of PE through accessing PE courses and specialist teacher training.   This helped to ensure that we are following a curriculum that provides a good progression of skills and that helped the children to be both challenged and supported where needed.  

We attended inter-school competitions through the School Games and also through the Bexley Support Package.

Please click here to see the Impact Plan for 2021-2022.

We used this as follows:

Staff training

Two members of staff received athletics training.

2 members of staff received orienteering training.

Training from the Specialist PE teacher was given to teachers and this included training in: health and wellbeing, ball skills, netball, cricket, gymnastics, team building, dance, tag rugby and multi skills. 

3 members of staff received TOPS cards training.

Competitions and clubs

We attended a Multi-skills Festival, a Tennis Festival, a Tri Golf Festival, an Orienteering Competition and a Multi-skills Competition.

6 children took part in a School Games event.  Our School Games Day was postponed until September due to extreme weather, however,  our Year 6 pupils did take part in their section of the day.  

15 Year 3 and 4 pupils participated in a Multi-skills event.  Football games have been run by coaches during lunchtimes since January 2022

During the Summer term both Football and Gymnastic after school clubs have run on a weekly basis.

Specialist sports coaches

Specialist PE coaches worked alongside our midday supervisors to promote active lunchtimes three times a week.   

PE equipment

We engaged with OPAL (Outdoor Play and Learning) to improve the active paly of our children. As part of this we audited our outdoor provision and purchased equipment following consultation with our pupils.  Purchases include trikes, scooters, a traversing wall, a sandpit and wheeled rowing kits.


Impacts of previous sports premium spending

Please click here to see the Impact plan for 2020/21

Please click here to see the impact plan for 2019/20

Please click here to see the impact plan for 2018/19.

Please click here to see the impact plan for 2017/18.

Please click here to see the impact plan for 2016/17.