Sports Premium

Sports Premium Impact 2021-22

Total allocation: £21,476



Further development

Secondary specialist teachers leading PE lessons with primary staff working closely alongside to support the quality of PE provision in the primary school


Students receive high quality PE teaching with primary staff improving their own knowledge, skills and confidence in delivering a wide range of PE activities. Increase in daily activity to help 


Develop and support new primary staff to the school as the school grows so that PE provision is consistent. 

Involvement of primary class teachers within the extra-curricular timetable offer.

Sport specific teaching resources




Further enhancements were made to PE equipment for use within lessons and at extra-curricular clubs - badminton (to increase offer of net/wall activities at KS2 and support KS2 to KS3 transition) dodgeball, SH athletics, Quad kids, netball, futsal. This enabled children to prepare for competitions and develop skills and understanding in new sports/activities 


Additional resources purchased for use during lunchtimes within all playgrounds - hoops, baskets, balls, ankle skippets, beanbags which has enabled children to engage in activities and develop gross motor skills/fundamentals outside of lesson time


OAA and primary gym KS2 purchased to help inform planning for upper KS2 classes and ensure S&C for more able students in gymnastics - resources being used to develop current year 7&8 SoL to ensure it is fit for purpose for our students when they make the transition to secondary.

Preparation for further competition with SGO competition calendar as well as transition between KS2 and 3.


Football goals on secondary campus for 9 a side Y5/6 football.


Further development of OAA within the KS2 curriculum - possibilities (problem solving SoL, drop down day/one day outdoor activity centre trip for Y5 and Y6)

Increasing opportunities for high quality play, sport and PE




£1623 towards sky garden conversion


Playground markings have been enhanced throughout all play areas (EYFS, Year 1 playground and quad playground) to develop a greater range of play based activities during lunch/break time, giving the children an environment which can spark/prompt creative play.


Wide variety including hopscotch, target throwing, snakes and leaders, basketball circles, 4 square, along with compass for cross curricular use in playtimes and class learning. 

4 square in particular has been very successful and popular with the children.


Markings included daily mile footprints and measured distance which is used at times by class teachers but also within PE lessons to drive up activity levels and fitness. 


Climbing walls included in the EY and Year 1 playground to give children a chance to further develop physical skills during continuous provision. Observations show positive engagement and use of new areas.


Sky Garden converted into a play space for  This has included artificial grass and fencing to create a safe rooftop outdoor area for children to use at both lunch/break times and also an additional teaching space for PE. Enabled year groups to be split and have more space at break/lunchtime.

Incorporation of a slot for each year group to have access to the quad playground to use the track during the school day


Play Leaders scheme to be explored and introduced if possible with Y5/6 children - staggered lunches could pose an issue.

Providing lunch time and after school sports clubs for pupils

The extra-curricular offer for primary children has been extensive across all 3 terms with many clubs oversubscribed with waiting lists for the majority of clubs on offer.


3/4 x 3 clubs = 90 spaces (76 children participating)

Y5/6 x 5 clubs = 150 spaces  (67 children participating)


Y3/4 x 3 clubs = 90 spaces (93 children participating)

Y5/6 x 7 clubs = 210 spaces (101 children participating)


Y1/2 x 2 clubs = 60 spaces 

Y3/4 x 4 clubs = 100 spaces 

Y5/6 x 7 clubs = 210 spaces 

(165 children participating)


Some clubs in summer term took place for Y5/6 on secondary campus to support transition.


Where can additional external coaches be brought in to support the offer at Seven Kings in terms of variety and frequency.


Which Seven Kings staff could support the extra-curricular provision?





£1660 - electrical upgrades for swimming pool to run

An on site temporary pool was installed during the summer term to enable students to catch up from the covid year (year 4 and 5 swam)


Y6 students who were the weakest (60 non-swimmers following 2019/20 lessons) were offered 5 weeks of booster classes to improve their confidence in the water, increase their understanding of water safety as well develop their ability to swim 5m.  This included safe self rescue, swimming in clothing and knowledge of how to stay safe around open water.

Swimming provision and planning for KS2. Plan for booster lessons for current y5 (going into y6) that still are non-swimmers)

Swimming data 

Percentage of pupils within Year 6 cohort that can:

Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25m - 22%

Use a range of strokes effectively - 31%

Perform safe self rescue in different water based situations - 82%


Review of the curriculum

The Director of Sport/AHT works closely with all primary staff and PE teachers reflecting on the PE provision ensuring that it is inclusive, broad and fit for purpose for our students. This ensures that PE provision is outstanding with clear sequencing building from the key fundamentals, to tactics and strategies needed to overcome opponents in team sports. The transition from KS2 to 3 is smooth with changes made to the KS3 curriculum to support the physical, social and cognitive developments made within KS2


What worked well for Y6 and what could be developed/changed?


Reflection on how y7 old kings have adjusted to KS3 - are there any gaps? Where are they?