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PE and School Sport Funding

PE and Sport Premium Funding was first administered in 2012. This funding, only to be spent on PE and sport, is given directly to schools for them to decide how best to meet their children’s needs, with the aim of improving the quality of provision and access to sporting opportunities in every primary school in England.

In 2017-18, we will receive £17,090. The funding will be targeted in the following way:

*£1500 will be spent on subscribing to the Macclesfield SSP / Cheshire and Warrington Sports Partnership to enable our children to take part in Level 1, 2 and 3 School Games competitions and to access specialist coaching and support from additional staff

*£8000 will be spent on improving and redesigning the playground / outdoor area to increase year round access to Active Playground space for all pupils. This will be match funded by the PTA and a number of grants throughout the year.

*£2440 will be spent on subsidising specialist coaching in school that children may not otherwise have access to e.g. hockey, rugbytots, tennis, fencing and cricket

*£1000 will be spent on replenishing sports equipment

*£150 will be spent on gym badge assessment by an accredited coach, Kerry Axon

*£2900 will be spent on 2018 Sports Week, where children will have the opportunity to try new sports (funding will also subsidise transport costs for off-site activity)

*£300 will be spent on new kits for sports teams, trophies and medals

*£800 will be spent on supply cover and CPD costs for new PE subject leader to continue exemplary provision and leadership

The impact of this funding will be measured through:

-direct feedback by teachers on the quality of support offered by the specialist and the impact on improvement in the delivery of PE and school sport by teaching staff

-the increase in the number of children engaging in inter-school sporting activities, particularly targeted groups (PPG, previous non-participants, SEND)

-the number of children attending a sports club either in school or via a local club


For the academic year 2012-2013 - GOLD

For the academic year 2013-2014 - GOLD

For the academic year 2014-2015 - GOLD

For the academic year 2015-2016 - GOLD

For the academic year 2016-2017 - GOLD


Over the last ten years, a significant number of pupils have progressed through our own extra-curricular clubs and community coach-led sessions into local clubs and then into a local, regional, national and international competition structures. In the last five years these include cyclists, gymnasts, golfers, hockey players, athletes, footballers, badminton players and cricketers.

Between 2006 and 2014 we had a number of pupils at the school who were British national cycling champions, who competed at a national level in hockey, and in June 2014 attended the World Championships IGC competition (gymnastics) in Florida. All of these pupils initially accessed their community clubs directly or indirectly through their links with the school, or used their club links to strengthen the relationship with school i.e. by hosting and leading a track cycling training session for classmates at the Manchester velodrome.


Primary Conference for School Games Makers

Cheshire East Governors’ Conference – sports ambassadors presented to 100+ governors on how to become and maintain a healthy school

Clare Daniel, Headteacher at St Anne’s Fulshaw CE Primary School, organises and hosts the town’s Sports Awards Evening in June.

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Contact the School

St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary

Nursery Lane,

Main Contact: Mrs Wendy Clark (Admin Officer)

Tel: 01625 523536
Fax: 01625 522837