Sports Premium


PE and Sport Premium Plan 2018-2019 Rayne Primary and Nursery School


School Context

At Rayne we believe that children’s primary experiences of physical education are the foundation for their attitude towards the subject which is why all our staff are dedicated to creating varied,enjoyable and creative involvement for all pupils at every level. We aim to enable all our pupils to leave Rayne enjoying sport and with the knowledge to happily pursue any activities further whilst understanding the benefits not only on their health but socially as well. Here at Rayne we believe that PE is a huge contributor to the health, well-being and education of our children. It is by creating a well-structured, varied and creative PE curriculum that we aim to help all our children, not only in this subject but with concentration, attitude, behaviour and achievement. By offering a selection of extra-curricular opportunities we strive to support our children with this, not only during school hours, but after school as well.


PE and Sport Premium Aims

Over the last four years the government have been providing funding for Physical Education (PE) and sport. It was directed that this money was to be used to improve the quality and breadth of PE, and fund additional and sustainable improvements to its provision. The Sports Premium money enables us to further extend and develop our provisions by investing in the support of Premier Sport professionals. It is with them that we can, not only provide more opportunities to our children but further train our staff to deliver quality PE sessions across the whole school. Over the last 12 months we have continued to work with Premier Sport to use specialist sports teachers and provide each year group with the best possible teaching whilst allowing our staff to receive regular timetabled training and increased CPD. Each class has a timetabled slot every term to allow the children to receive regular, linked lessons from the same specialist teacher and train staff to teach progressive lessons effectively. At Rayne we provide all children with a minimum 2 hours of PE (indoor and out) each week, as well as supervised active play during break and lunchtimes. Our Premier Sports coaches also deliver lunchtime games for children to attend developing a range of skills as well as collaboration and cooperation. With growth mindset at the heart of everything we do in school, we believe that all children can reach their full potential in sport with practice, instruction and effort. In PE lessons, we teach our pupils to win PE & Sport Premium Plan Rayne Primary and Nursery School DATE and lose gracefully and enjoy the success of each other. We use self and peer assessment to engage the children in thinking about what they have done well and how they can improve further. Using these growth mindset approaches, all children can achieve in sport – as well as in other areas – helping to develop our core values of collaboration, aspiration, resilience and enjoyment.

Aims: To increase participation in sport across the school at all levels and develop a love of sport and physical activity, celebrating achievements. All children develop healthy lifestyles. Provide a range of experiences to promote inclusion for all whilst encouraging fair play and positive behaviours. To improve the quality of teaching and learning in PE with a focus on differentiation. To develop consistent whole school assessment in PE. To develop pupil leadership in PE.

Recent Developments

At Rayne we are using the Sport Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways: Employing Premier Sport coaches to support the professional development of staff and offer a wide range of activities Using the expertise of Premier Sport coaches to run lunchtime activities Subsidising swimming lessons for children in years 3-5 to attain 25metres

Using the funding to support sport tournaments, festivals and competitions for pupils of all ages.

Measures of Success

Our success is measured through:

  • Staff questionnaires.
  • Pupil questionnaires.
  • Lesson observations.
  • Percentage of pupils participating regularly in PE both inside the classroom and extra-curricular activities.





The school receives additional funding to enhance Physical Education, Sports and Games.

Please click  below for information about our Sports Premium plans and expenditure.

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