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Sports Premium

Springwell School should receive £16,580 Sport Premium funding for 2023-24.


Purpose of Sport Premium funding;


The premium funding is used to fund improvements to the provision of PE and Sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, to give the opportunity to develop healthy lifestyles and improve whole school PE. Further information can be viewed at 


Breakdown of some of the key areas where our Sport Premium will be spent during 2022-23;


This Girl Can initiative – a range of opportunities to engage girls in a variety of sporting activities - £500


Ensure all pupils take part in swimming lessons or water-based activities every week (exceeding the statuary requirements) – £4,500


Rebound sessions, primarily for PMLD students as recommended by the Physiotherapist, including ensuring staff are qualified and experienced in delivering individual programmes - £1,200


After-school Rebound club – children have an additional opportunity to attend the club. Sessions are on a one-to-one basis and aimed at developing the physical ability, speech and language and communication - £1,300


Children will be given the opportunity to take part in more adventurous sports – e.g. Rock Climbing, Canoeing and residentials - £3,200


After-school sports clubs aimed at encouraging children to try new sports - £1,040


CPD, Staff meetings and training. All relevant CPD, events and training will be communicated during staff/team meetings - £500


Sports kits - £750


Continue to address development areas in PE and increase the amount of regular physical activity children engage in. Key areas for development: Gymnastics and Dance.  


Make further progress with our Physical Development interventions. 


The effect of the Sport Premium funding on pupils PE and Sport participation and achievement;


At Springwell School we are able to offer –


  • Quality teaching and learning across all areas of PE and School Sport.
  • Deliver an extra-curricular sport club - Rebound. This club has a particular focus on increasing participation in pupils who require a specialised physiotherapy programme.
  • Ensure all equipment is appropriate and replenished where needed for our pupils to get the best possible experience and to suit specific needs.
  • Access a wide range of sporting activities and competitions in the local and regional area.  
  • Opportunities for a progressive competition calendar, including opportunities to participate in the School Games.
  • Improve staff professional development and ensure high quality PE and Sport is delivered across the whole school.
  • All children have the opportunity to be involved in whole school sports events such as; Sports Day, Comic Relief, Olympic and Paralympic celebration events, Dance and Wiggle and Cluster SEND events.
  • Give pupils the opportunity for Talent Identification and the opportunity to progress and showcase their talent.
  • Host our very own SEND sports network which offers sporting competitions, good practice sessions and information sharing for other schools.
  • Work closely and positively with a wide range of sports clubs, organisations as a key partnership.
  • Access a range of opportunities including; learn to ride a bike, increase your confidence and ability to ride a bike safely and enjoy a fun way to exercise.


Ensuring all improvements are sustainable;


We are committed to ensuring all changes and developments are monitored and recorded to ensure they are sustainable and regularly reviewed to take every opportunity to further improve our whole school PE and School sport. All sports provision will be tailored specifically for individual children and fun and enjoyable, ensuring children are happy and continue to attend extra-curricular clubs, competitions and events. All training and professional development of staff will ensure PE and Sport is delivered with confidence and from highly skilled professionals.