The PE and Sports Premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of sports provision they offer pupils so that all pupils can develop healthy lifestyle.

How Will Evendons School account for this funding?
We will publish a statement of income and spend with impact annually. The use of the premium will be managed by the PE Co-ordinator, School Business Manager and overseen by the headteacher.

How might Evendons Primary School spend this funding to support pupils?
This was the first year of Evendons Primary School and we focused allocation on:

  • Organising a PE programme with PE taught by class teachers and dance taught by our music specialist
  • Providing initial PE resources for 4 classes
  • Establishing a range of after school sports clubs
  • Establish basketball as a PE specialism
  • Refurbish sports court and provide opportunities to practise basketball
  • Establishing inter-school competition
  • Organising a Sports Day
  • Identifying pupils with ability and interest in sport and encouraging families to help them pursue this outside of school
  • Establish a Massage in Schools Programme
  • Enrol on the Big Pedal Initiative

What was the Sports Premium allocation for 2014/15?
2014-2015 Allocation: £8,235

How did this funding make a positive impact on the children and school?

  • PE programme effective
  • Dance is part of daily curriculum for all children
  • Sports court opened with 4 basketball posts
  • Termly Benchball club in place and team competing in inter-school competition
  • Inter-school competition started with Benchball competition
  • Sports Day successful with participation of local independent senior school
  • One pupil identified as able in gymnastics and now taking this up outside of school
  • Two children have taken up Ballroom dancing lessons, due to their interest in dance
  • Massage In Schools Programme established with all children participating and all teachers trained
  • Big Pedal Initiative completed with Evendons placed first in Berkshire

What was the Sports Premium allocation for 2015/16?
2015-2016  Allocation: £8,250

How did this funding make a positive impact on the children and school?

  • Reviewed the PE Curriculum resulting in greater range of sports games taught eg hockey
  • Improved and increase resources for use in PE
  • Continued with dance and organise first Evendons Got Talent to showcase talent and give experience of performance
  • Providing initial PE resources for 3 further classes
  • Refurbished fencing in sports court and provided 2 further basketball posts resulting in more pupils playing at lunchtime; pupils are becoming good at basketball and won the Jim Roberts Trophy for the first basketball match against another school
  • Established basketball club progressing from Benchball; greater number of participants in benchball and basketball. This was the most popular sports club with 25 members ranging in age from 4 to 8 years old.
  • Organised basketball inter-school competition – Evendons won the basketball match
  • Increased the range and quality of after school sports clubs; multi-sports, basketball, benchball, judo, pop dance, gymnastics, rugby, football and golf
  • Increased participation in sports clubs
  • Continued to identify pupils with ability and interest in sport and encouraging families to help them pursue this outside of school
  • As a result of providing sports clubs at Evendons, parents told us that their children now participate beyond school in the following:
  • Gymnastics 7 children
  • Football 2 children
  • Dance 7 children
  • Golf 2 children
  • Judo 1 children
  • Rugby 2 children
  • Increased inter-school competition so that year 1, 2 and 3 participated in competitions
  • Organised second Sports Day based on Olympic Games and all pupils participated
  • Continue the  Massage in Schools Programme so that all pupils Reception to year 4 participate in massage in their classes supporting positive interaction and socialisation
  • Completed the Big Pedal Initiative

What is the Sports Premium allocation for 2016-17?
2016-17  Allocation: £8,570

How will this funding make a positive impact on the children and school?

Planned Provision

  • Continue to improve the PE curriculum
  • Begin cross country running club
  • Join running league and compete in cross country events
  • Provide transport to inter-school competitions
  • Start partnership with Wellington College students to run sports programme
  • Participate in inter-school basketball, benchball and dodgeball
  • Organise whole school Sports Day
  • Improve and increase resources for use in PE
  • Improve and increase resources for lunchtime play
  • Continue with dance and organise Evendons Got Talent to showcase talent and give experience of performance
  • Provide initial PE resources for 2 further year 4 classes
  • Increase the range and quality of after school sports clubs
  • Increase inter-school competition
  • Organise third Sports Day
  • Continue to identify pupils with ability and interest in sport and encouraging families to help them pursue this outside of school
  • Continue the  Massage in Schools Programme
  • Enrol on the third Big Pedal Initiative

Monitoring and Evaluation
Evendons Primary School will monitor and evaluate the impact of this provision on provision and children’s achievement during each term and review accordingly.

Evaluation will consider impact on achievement, wellbeing, participation in sport in school and out of school. It will also consider the impact on resources, the quality of coaching and teaching and development of competition.

How can I find out more about the Sports Premium Grant at Evendons?

If you would like to know more speak to Claire Threlfall, Zoe Green or Patrick Pritchett.