Wilby Primary

Wilby CE Primary School
  • Everyone is given the support they need to learn about important things like growth mindset and equality Immy
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PE & Sports Funding 

Review completed 8.4.22 Next review planned 2.9.22

What is it?

In the legacy of the British Olympic Games the Government are investing money to improve physical education and sport in primary schools. Schools can choose how they spend the funding within certain criteria.


Funding received for April 2021-April 2022 =£15589.5  Amount spent=£13468 Remaining funding: £2121 

Remaining funds will be used in the Summer Term 2022 to finance additional sporting enrichment days/clubs: sporting day for Wren Class (£890), additional Premier Sports after school provision (£660) and Membership to Hartismere Sports family of school's membership (£700) Total £2250

No funding has been received for planned activities for 2022-23.               

Reviewed=17.5.22   Next review date 1.9.22     



Activity/ Initiative



Proposed Impact

Actual impact up to review date


Offer free after-school sports clubs-for individual year groups only and gymnastics club for Y2-Y6


Increase pupil participation and appeal to pupils who are less likely to participate in 'usual' sporting activities

For at least 75% of pupils to be engaged in additional sporting activity-particular focus on SEN and FSM pupil involvement.

Completed for 2021-22

Planned for 2022-23


Train lunch time play sports Leaders (adult and children) and purchase new play equipment/storage


Increase pupil participation in sport and introduce pupils to new games. Develop pupil leadership skills

For at least 75% of children to engage in an additional hour of physical play-based activity each week

Planned for 2022-23


All Kingfisher and Owl Class to attend one full day of challenging out-door adventurous activity (sailing/ water activities/ etc.) and at all classes least two additional specialised sports days within the school day (e.g fencing/ lacrosse, dance etc.) 



To inspire and encourage the children and appeal to pupils who are less likely to participate in 'usual' sporting activities

Children see that with effort and determination they can achieve their goals. That they feel inspired and encouraged by the performance of other sports men/ women. That they have the opportunity to identify an area of sport that they find particularly interesting.


Completed for 2021-22

Planned for 2022-23



British Gymnastics Membership plus visit.





Use of professional material and badges promote child participation and skills levels.

Access to coaching resources and certificates and badges for the pupils.


Completed for 2021-22

Planned for 2022-23


Bikeability training for all Y5/6 pupils


Ensure that all children receive appropriate safety training over a 5 day period

 All children have the opportunity to develop confidence and skills.


Completed for 2021-22

Planned for 2022-23


New fencing to separate Forest Schools (FS) area from the playing field area


To improve safety on the playing field 

Pupils are able to engage more safely in exercise on the field (prevents lack of visibility in the orchard area of FS area and prevents misuse of FS equipment)

Completed for 2021-22

Planned for 2022-23



Coach/mini bus to provide transport to sporting activities   


Opportunities for pupils to access events. 



Increased pupil participation and attendance at events.

Completed for 2021-22

Planned for 2022-23


To provide subsidy for Thorpe Woodlands residential trip-Owl Class


Encourage participation in sports for all groups of children

Financial constraints don't prevent pupils taking part in the trip


Completed for 2021-22

Planned residential trip to Horstead adventure centre for 2022-23 


Further notes on what this has meant for our school in 2021-22:


  • The school is on track to achieve the Gold level in the Schools Games Mark Awards again which means that we should achieve Platinum level in 2023 (4 years consecutively achieving Gold Level)
  • The new all-weather pitch has been installed and new netball posts, football goal posts and a range of equipment was purchased
  • All Y4,5, and 6 were able to attend an overnight multi-sport residential at Thorpewoodlands
  • All pupils were able to engage in additional sporting activities including Quidditch, fencing and archery
  • Swimming and PE outcomes for the academic year will be confirmed at the end of the summer term 2022