In 2014, an academy school in sussex utilised some of its Primary PE and Sports Premium (PPSP) to employ a sports coach. The coach was soon employed full time in 2015 and now teaches PE, delivers extra-currclar sports clubs and is the PE coordinator.
Active Black Country – have created a new school resource webpage designed to showcase and share practice and initiatives from over 125 schools across the Black Country. This is an example of good practice around the PE and Sport Premium from an Active Partnership perspective
The Young Champions programme gives children aged 9-10 who have been identified for their sporting ability the chance to develop further.
CSP Network has worked with the national partners, Sports Coach UK, afPE, Youth Sports Trust, Sport England and UK Active Kids to produce
Created by Active Cumbria in 2014 the project helps primary schools to measure how Primary School Sport Premium is making a difference to pupils’ learning and achievement.
Lancashire Sport showcasing how teac
Lancashire Sport showcasing how teachers and coaches work together to deliver high quality PE in Primary Schools.
Lancashire Sport showcases the importance and the impact of using the Primary School Sport Premium to upskill primary s
The Impact of the Primary School Sport Premium and Using Quality Marks to Improve PE and School Sport
Lancashire Sport showcase what impact schools can have with the primary school sport premium and how the use of quality marks can aid imp
The Impact Factor project was been created by Active Cumbria in 2014 to help primary schools in Cumbria measure how their share of the Primary School Sport Premium is making a difference to pupils’ learning and achievement.