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PE and Sport Premium

We believe that an outstanding PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of the children.

The Head Teacher and PE co-ordinator are committed to ensure that all pupils receive at least 2 hours of high quality well-planned PE per week delivered by confident and well trained teachers.  We have a member of staff who achieved AST status in PE in 2010 who now works for the county as a Lead Practitioner delivering high quality PE insets and support for schools.

The school engages with numerous organisations that support the provision of school sport. The Head Teacher and PE Coordinator are part of a steering group supporting the School Sport Partnership giving the school access to a network of other schools keen to engage and compete in sport. The school reaches out to local clubs and maintains relationships formed through the SSP to enable access to quality coaches/sports groups which the school can employ to provide Extra Curricular activities.

The school holds various sports weeks or carousel days enabling the children to learn about or take part in competitive sports events e.g. A golf festival where the year 6's designed a course, on which the rest of the school competed.  We then invited family and friends to come and join in the fun.

 PE and sport are also delivered across the curriculum. For example, in summer term 2012, the thematic whole school topic was 'The Olympics' ending with a visit from an Olympic torch bearer. These topics are completely cross curricular and enable the whole school to learn together and aspire to sporting heroes.

 Talented children are signposted to local clubs and events to encourage them to develop their skills. They also take part in annual programmes organised by the SSP. In inter-school competition the school uses B teams to ensure that competitive sport opportunities are available to a wider range of pupils. The school conducts numerous tournaments with local schools and its general attitude is to participate in any competition. Within the school, houses will compete in regular sports days. All teams receive recognition for their participation and sporting success in the weekly assemblies.

Both parents and governors are fully engaged and supportive of Curzon's PE and school sport. Assemblies are held and newsletters highlight the children's sporting achievements.  All children enter at least one competition/festival a year; with their parents being active supporters at all events. We now have many pupils attending community clubs, and parents, with an interest in sport, helping at after school clubs PE lessons and competitions.

By working in partnership, parents recognise the enthusiasm and achievements their children have, which further enhances our pupils to be talented happy, healthy and active. 



The Curzon C of E School Sports Premium Information        

In April 2013, the Government announced new funding of £150 million for physical education (PE) and sport, to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision. Funding has been allocated to all maintained and state-funded schools with primary phase pupils from 1 September 2013. Schools are free to determine how best to use this funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of. The Curzon School is estimated to receive £8500 approx for 2016.

Action Plan 2016 -2017

Area of Focus




High Quality PE

  1. To develop staff expertise through team high quality coaching in school.




  1. To provide S.O.W for all areas of activity which include clear guidance to improve quality of teaching.









  1. Effective Assessment Programme to be researched and trialled with a view to being introduced and used across school.


  1. Provide appropriate equipment to deliver high quality P.E. e.g. Games equipment, Gym equipment, athletic equipment and dance resources as necessary


  • High Quality coach to deliver lessons with staff in school.
  • Contact, arrange and organise coaches and taster sessions over year to ensure value for money.
  • Conduct audit and health check of existing provision.
  • PE Co-ordinator + Sport Specialist to review and revise as necessary S.O.W for dance, gym and games, purchasing suitable resources as necessary.
  • Provide training and information from sport specialist for all staff




  • Review current assessment and change if necessary.



  • Audit PE equipment across all areas.
  • Co-ordinator + Sports specialist to review and purchase new and replacement seeking best value or share equipment with cluster schools
  • Use vouchers from Sainsburys etc to purchase resources


























£1000 + vouchers


Improve and Increase Competition


  1. Provide children with challenging, competitive activities that lead to high standards of performance.




  • Staff/Coaches to run a full programme of extracurricular clubs.
  • Full participation in Sports Partnership competitions and calendar of events.
  • High ability to be encouraged to develop skills by signposting to clubs in area





Parents to pay

Pupil premium – to pay for children







Active Lifestyles/Being Healthy

  1. Improved pupil fitness by keeping them physically active at playtimes






  1. Children aware of the importance of exercise and core strength as part of a healthy lifestyle.





  1. To take part in new initiatives to improve the knowledge of fitness, health and safety for the whole school community.






  • Sports leaders to be trained to look after equipment and lead activities at breaktimes.
  • Equipment for use at Playtimes and school lunchtimes to be purchased, monitored and reviewed on a yearly basis as budget allows.​
  • programme of lunchtime activities.
  • Purchase of Young Leader Incentives
  • Programme of various sporting activities to encourage participation




  • 5:60 programme. (Y3)
  • Aces Day for whole school and Fun and Fitness morning at Rec and Y1 to continue.
  • Promote cycling by targeting year 3, 5 and children for bikeability.
  • A variety of sports and ways to exercise is promoted within PE curriculum time.
  • A variety of sports clubs can be accessed by all children free of charge.
  • Y6 continue residential with adventurous activities.
  • Year 3 + 4 to engage in adventurous activity day.









Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.