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Sports Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

At St. Michael's on Wyre Church of England School we are proud of the P.E. and sports' provision that we can offer to all pupils, both within the curriculum and through a wide range of extra-curricular activities.


We have a sports objective, that as a school we are aiming to achieve each year, and the school sports premium helps towards this. Our SSP objective is to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE.  


The School Sports' Grant is additional Government funding to promote P.E. and sport within school. In 2018/19, the school is receiving £16,000.00 from this funding source plus £10 per pupil.  This allows us to enhance our provision even further. 


The funding is being used to:

  • employ specialists/coaches to work along side staff, in sports such as hockey and rugby to enhance the education for children and to upskill the teachers;
  • pay £1300 to buy into the Garstang Primary Schools' Sports' Partnership, organised by Garstang Academy. This allows children to participate in a range of coaching activities and tournaments with children from other local schools, organised by specialist staff.  Activities include netball, football, athletics, rounders, hockey, cricket, table tennis, bowls, curling, basketball and tennis;
  • pay £2310 to buy into the Wyre and Fylde School Sports Partnership. This allows children to participate in a range of activities. Activities include multi-skills, boccia, speed stacking, hockey, modern pentathlon, rugby and gymnastics. The children have also had access to a Change 4 Life club which has taught them about the importance of keeping fit and healthy as well as healthy heads. This partnership allows KS1 children to take part in sport related after school clubs, as well as children that don't usually like to take part in sports clubs;
  • pay £1390 to buy into Fleetwood Town Community Trust partnership. This allows the children to take part in their safer cycling training, employs a member of staff to come into school to support the children in playtime games, as well as training the teachers on duty and develop a good relationship with Fleetwood Town. They also provide provision for Nursery and Early Years classes. This year the children will be taking part in yoga, football and multi-skills;
  • access training for staff, through the sports' partnership,  Local Authority and sports' association course;
  • provide opportunities for pupils who are gifted and talented in sport, to develop their skills further, this year this has been provided for KS2 by Fleetwood Town Community Trust;
  • provide opportunities for pupils to participate in sports not previously on offer;
  • allow less able children to partake in sporting activities with facilities that can be adapted for their use;
  • pay £1960 to provide swimming top up sessions, for the years 3 and 4;
  • pay £500 to work with dance specialists, throughout KS2;
  • pay £205 for Simon Ardron to teach tennis to Reception children; 
  • develop links with local clubs, eg. St. Michaels Tennis Club and Myerscough Football;
  • give the children the opportunity to take part in different sports, such as ballroom dancing;
  • provide access/transport to all-weather sports' surfaces.


During 2018 we have also used the funding to help pay for a running track to be installed on the school field. As well as this, alongside the PTA, we will be enhancing the running track by adding trim trail equipment around the track. The total cost of this is £18,000. This track will allow the children to take part in the mile a day challenge, have access to more facilities if the weather is poor and the field is inaccessible and develop their skills for outdoor activities. 


Over the next three years we want to work towards establishing seven main goals. These are;

  1. All teachers will be confident and competent in the delivery of PE. 
  2. All children will be given the opportunity to take part in competitions and festivals. 
  3. Children can articulate the importance of healthy lifestyles.
  4. All pupils will be active for 30 minutes a day in school. 
  5. PE will support the whole school outcome. 
  6. All pupils will have access to extra-curricular activities. 
  7. We WILL have made sustainable change. 


The impact this funding is having on our children, in particular KS2 children, is really good. During this academic year 86% of the children have taken part in a sporting after school or lunchtime club at least once throughout the year, with 57% doing more than one club a week. Every child in KS2 has taken part in at least one sporting extra-curricular club throughout the academic year, which is a great achievement. The children are learning new skills in PE as their teachers are more skilled and have fully qualified instructors working alongside teachers to deliver some of their lessons. Therefore they are more enthusiastic about their sport and are wanting to keep themselves fit and healthy.