Overall Objective

To effectively use the PE and Sport Premium Grant to raise the profile and outcomes for children in PE, sport and physical activity throughout the school.




To improve teacher confidence in delivering high quality PE lessons To provide good quality PE provision to work alongside staff in order to increase knowledge confidence and skills of all teaching staff (Yr1-Yr6) £15,150
To increase physical activity for all children. To increase the engagement of children entitled to the pupil premium grant (PPG) in extra curricular provision, by offering clubs, at no additional costs £3,500
To introduce 1-2 new sporting activity to pupils as via before/after school club, in order to provide a broader range of experiences
Increased participation in interschool sports





Since September 2013 all primary schools across England have received a PE and Sport Premium grant. This funding is ring-fenced and must be spent on improving the provision and quality of PE and sport in primary schools, so that pupils develop healthy lifestyles. The government have committed to this funding until 2020, with an increased level of funding continued this year.

Rose Hill Primary School will receive £18,650 for the academic year 2022-23.



Personal health and well-being

After school sport clubs are growing in popularity across age ranges and genders.  Over 200 sessions are attended each week, up from around 50 sessions three years ago.  The diversity of clubs is starting to increase, as well as the diversity of the children taking part.  This year we are hoping to re-start the football club to include mixed teams, and will reintroduce the Chess club started last term.

All clubs are free of charge to our pupils in receipt of PPG; the expansion and increased participation is funded by the Sport Premium.


Improved attitudes and behaviour towards learning

Over the past four years there has been a dramatic drop in behaviour related incidents across the school.

Improved attitudes and behaviour towards learning are reflected in improved attainment and achievement across the school.


Evaluation for Sports Plan 2021-22 and Plan for 2022-23