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Sports Premium

Aldersbrook Primary School believes that each and every student can achieve excellence regardless of size, maturity, coordination, body type, or other physical capability in Physical Education lessons. We encourage all the children to participate in competitive and non-competitive games. We, as a school want to improve the quality of PE for all pupils while teaching lifelong fitness skills in a safe and enjoyable environment.

We are using the Sports premium funding jointly provided by the government and Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to primary school head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for their children. We will be using the funding for;

  • Hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work alongside primary teachers when teaching PE.
  • Paying for professional development opportunities in PE/Sport.
  • Competing in sport competitions, or increasing participation in school games.
  • Purchasing high quality materials and equipment of for PE/Sport.







Hiring Specialist Sports Coach to work with teachers.



To improve the quality of teaching and learning in P.E.

Outcomes and impact will be evaluated on an on-going basis and reported annually

Planning, peer observations and teaching and learning.

CPD for new teachers. Providing cover staff to release teachers for professional development training.



Good and outstanding delivery. Improved outcomes for all.

All teachers will be confident in and children

Planning, peer observations and teaching and learning.

Providing after school clubs for children. Providing places for pupils on after school clubs and residential visits.


Provide pupils with broader and enriched experiences in sport.

Increased numbers of children participate in clubs. Tournaments and games attended by children.   

School data – over 50% of children attend clubs.

Sport league tables.

School games mark.

(APS Twitter Feed)

Entering children into different leagues, tournaments and competitions run by Redbridge, East London and Langdon SSP.


To improve our position in competitive sports.

Children who are more able in sport will get to compete against those in neighbouring partnerships who are of a similar standard.

Sports League tables.

School games mark.

(APS Twitter feed).

Review quality of curriculum. Breadth and balance. Accessibility of all the activities – buying new equipment and resources.


A more inclusive curriculum which inspires and engages all pupils.

Increased participation in sports.

Children using latest equipment.



The school has budgeted for the overspend as part of our commitment to sport.

Total Money received


Total Expenditure