Orchard Way Primary School

Sports Premium

Sports Premium Funding 2022/2023

Orchard Way has been allocated £17780 for 2022/2023 and we have decided to spend this on:

  • a specialist sports coach from the company ‘Sports After School (SAS) Academy’ to team teach PE sessions with teachers
  • an additional specialist sports coach to teach PE
  • a qualified dance instructor
  • qualified sports coach to develop the quality of games during playtime and lunchtime
  • improving the equipment and resources used during PE sessions and sports competitions

The purpose of this is to:

  • support teachers to plan high quality PE lessons which cover all the requirements of the national curriculum for PE
  • demonstrate high quality teaching of a range of sports for teachers to observe
  • team teach with class teachers, providing specialist support and guidance through observing class teachers and providing feedback to improve their teaching of PE
  • develop teachers’ confidence and expertise in teaching all aspects of PE
  • ensure that the pupils develop a range of skills in sports, dance and gymnastics at the appropriate level in each year group, including challenge for more-able/talented pupils
  • instil a love of sport and exercise through increased participation in a broad range of sporting activities
  • ensure KS2 pupils are meeting national expectations within swimming
  • maximise opportunities for pupils to take part in sporting activities led by highly skilled instructors
  • ensure that pupils receive high quality dance provision as part of their physical education
  • motivate pupils (particularly boys) to take part in Street Dance
  • increase participation in competitive and non-competitive sports and inter-school tournaments

For more information regarding our sports premium funding please click here:

Sports Premium Report 2022/2023