Sport Premium use 2017-18

Summary of Sports Premium use for the 2017/18 Academic Year

Since September 2013, all primary schools across England have received a share of the Government Primary Physical Education and Sport Premium. The funding is ring-fenced and must be spent on improving the provision and quality of PE and sport in primary schools so that pupils develop healthy, active lifestyles.

  Primary Sports Premium funding
  Total number of pupils on roll 450
  Total amount of Sports Premium funding received £19,700
  Total amount of Sports Premium funding spent £19,700+
   Background: The Money given to Harriers Banbury Academy through the Sport Premium funding has not only allowed for the maintenance of high quality Physical Education at Harriers Banbury Academy but has also allowed us to provide equipment and implement a range of clubs and interventions to increase pupils' engagement, confidence, develop skills and overall enjoyment of the subject.
  Summary of Sports Premium funding
  • To develop active, positive playtimes and lunchtimes for our children, including training for all adults to support this.
  • To improve the provision of PE at Harriers Banbury Academy through raised teacher confidence and more effective and specialised skills & equipment in certain sporting activities.
  • To encourage children to develop a more active lifestyle through offering after school clubs.
  • To develop a love of sport and physical activity.
  • To encourage children to develop into healthy adults.
  • To help children manage anxiety and develop techniques for well-being and a healthy lifestyle.
  • To develop healthy competition and resilience to help children thrive in modern society.
 Record of Sports Premium spending
Item/project Cost Objectives Outcomes Impact
Contribution to the local SSCO £4765
  • To improve participation in intra and inter schools sport
  • To develop training for NQT’s
  • Organisational and running of inter schools competitions.
Inter-school festivals which all year groups have access to both as a non-competitive and competitive nature. Opportunities to share good practise amongst schools. CPD opportunities for all teachers Every child Y1–6 given  opportunity to take part in competitive sports (external, interschool and inter house).
Cycling Proficiency programme TA time
  • To develop bike confidence
  • To teach children a life skill
Children receiving a qualification and confidence to ride their bike on roads. Most Y5 & Y6 pupils will complete.
Use of specialised and qualified coaches £4500
  • To ensure a high level of PE throughout the school
  • To provide enriched CPD for staff observing high level provision.
  • To provide a greater range of after school clubs
Children have access to a wide range of activities and sports taught by highly qualified individuals. Every child Y1–6 given  opportunity to work with specialised sports coaches.
PE equipment £500
  • To deliver a range of traditional and new sporting activities
Children are engaged and have wider experience All children benefit
Local/wider competitions Time
  • To provide children with challenge in sports.
  • To improve participation within sports.
Children regularly thrive in competitions e.g. hockey, football and cross-country with cost-effective expenditure. A vast variety of pupils participate.
Outside resource (Anomaly screen) £1700
  • To raise awareness of healthy lifestyles and strengthen parental engagement
  • To ensure full awareness of scheduled school activities and enable maximum participation
Children are active and positively engaged. All children benefit
Playground lineage £4,079
  • To make a more engaging space for playtimes and  improve well being.
Children are more active and positively engaged. All children benefit
Trimtrail refreshed £4,175
  • To make our outdoor play equipment inclusive and stimulating, to increase physical activity.
Children are more active and positively engaged. All children benefit
Playground equipment £750
  • To widen the resources available during lunchtimes and promote healthy and safe playtimes.
Children are more active and positively engaged. All children benefit

Y6 Swimming outcomes
Schools now have a requirement to publish swimming outcomes for the Year 6 children.

At the time of publication 30 (55%) of our cohort can:

  1. swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
  2. use a range of strokes effectively
  3. perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations


Sports Premium allocation for the 2018/19 Academic Year.
See our Summary of Sport Premium use for the 2018/19 academic year.