Sport Premium Development Plan 2017-2018

The Government is providing additional funding to improve provision of physical education and sport in primary schools.

Total amount of grant allocated to the school in 2017-2018 – Approximately: £21,130.

We have 5 key areas that we use Sports premium funding to enhance sport at Lansdowne Primary Academy:

  1. To provide high quality teaching in lessons through collaborative teaching, planning review and support through the appointment of Sports coaches.
  2. To increase the number of competitive programmes – we aim to ensure high levels of our children participate in competitive interschool competitions.
  3. To enhance our schools sports provision with a variety of sports being taught by trained coaches throughout the year, for all key stages.
  4. To provide specialist coaching to enhance the children’s learning and assisting training of the staff for sustainability.
  5. To increase sports equipment provision improving the accessibility of resources and opportunities to actively engage with sport.

How we are spending the Sports Premium?


Priority (Years)



Subscription to the Thurrock School Sports Partnership (Bronze package)

2, 3, 5, 6


Provided an entry into a wide range of competitions


Enabled the school to compete at a wide variety of different sports

Equipment for structured play activities at lunchtime/break time



Lunchtime provisions in place, encouraging active play.

Sports clubs and activities/afterschool provision

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6


Pupils were able to attend a large number of afterschool provision and activities, taking part in sports that they would never usually have the chance to play.

Transportation to swimming and sporting events


£120 per week at 33 weeks. £3960

 Provided safe travel to sporting events such as competitive sporting events

Provided safe travel to and from swimming lessons 

Staff training for PE coaches

All years


 Helped to develop the quality of teaching in lessons and after school clubs.

PE kit for children

All years


 Increased participation within PE lessons from all children.

Subsidised swimming lessons



Allowed the children to have the opportunity to attend swimming lessons at a subsidised cost to the parents. 25 metres is the requirement for children to swim, we aim to achieve this with every child in KS2.

Reception balance bike training and Y2 Scooter Training (21.03.18)



Provided an opportunity for children to learn how to ride a bike within a safe environment taught by professionals.