Anson PE Impact Report 2021/2022


Now that we have come out of Covid restrictions we have re-established many of our pre-covid PE offer.

Our specialist PE teacher worked throughout the autumn term to upskill staff, monitor and review current practice.


As a school priority we have continued to deliver a minimum of 2 hours of high quality PE across the key stages, and our new schemes of work have been embedded. We have found that this has developed our children’s social and emotional needs.


From the spring term, we have used a professional sports agency to deliver and support staff in the delivery of our new PE scheme of work. PE has supported children physically to address physical and social needs affected by lockdown.


Inter and intra school competitions have been re-established, increasing participation in active sports. Alongside outside agencies delivering a range of additional sports clubs for KS1 and KS2.


The swimming offer has been enhanced by providing an extra 15 minutes per week, plus an additional swimming teacher to allow smaller groups. The summer term was used as a ‘top up’ term for any children in Year 5 and 6 who could not swim 25 metres.


The associated costs with the minibus have continued to be met, to ensure that children are able to access external competitions.


We continue to strive for the government's 30 minutes of physical activity per day, with our weekly ‘Active maths’ programme and the outside agency daily sports club offer.


Bikeability has been funded to ensure that all Year 5 and 6 have the skills and knowledge to ensure safe travel on their bikes.

Engagement at lunchtime has been enhanced through Young Leaders and an additional club.


A PE tracking system has been put into place to ensure all children meet age related expectations and to identify any children in need of specialist support and engagement.


Outdoor learning has been initiated and developed within timetables for all classes across the school aimed to improve mental health and wellbeing.








Anson Primary School

Review of Sports Premium Spending 2021/2022

Total number of pupils on roll


Total amount of PE funding received


Total amount of expenditure


Balance carried forward to 2021/22


Percentage of year 6 pupils who can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres


Percentage of year 6 pupils who can use a range of strokes effectively


Percentage of year 6 pupils who can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations







Outdoor Classroom


To improve the health and wellbeing of pupils by learning outdoors

All children have access to the outdoor classroom. Pupil and parent surveys indicate learning outdoors and being in a forest setting improves children’s mental health. It allowed our children to be active and learn skills relating to our impact statements - e.g. teamwork, communicators, problem solvers and independent learners.

Specialist PE Teacher

(KI 3)


To oversee and provide support for all teaching of the PE curriculum that is quality first teaching.

Staff questionnaires suggest teaching staff are supported with the delivery of PE and feel confident in providing children with quality teaching which is consistent throughout the school.

PE Teaching


To provide small group teaching alongside TAs for 2 hours PE per week of quality first teaching.

Year groups taught individually (15 children per group).



Lesson observations acknowledge teaching of PE, with TA support, provides quality provision of the PE curriculum.

PE Resources

(KI 4)


Standard order of balls suitable for PE e.g. size 3 footballs and indoor circus skills equipment.




High quality resources to allow consistency of approach to PE. Resources are of quality and of good quality for use during PE lessons. Outcomes showed high quality active PE delivery for a minimum of 2 hours each week.

Lunchtime PE from Progressive Sports

(KI 1)


Specialist PE teacher employed to cover lunchtime supervision to offer quality first teaching of games.

Pupil voice questionnaires suggest lunchtime provision has been enjoyed by all. Behaviour logs suggest very little poor behaviour reported highlighting the benefit of employing TAs to oversee lunchtime activities too.


(KI 3)


To upskill teaching staff regarding the PE curriculum, delivery and assessment opportunities to ensure quality of provision.

All teaching staff, including TAs received CPD to deliver PE to a high standard ensuring continuity across the MAT.

PE Curriculum planning

(KI 3)


Provision mapping to ensure progression and continuity across the school.

PE specialist time to review the PE curriculum across the school.

Active Maths

(KI 1 and 2)


To encourage children’s learning of mathematics in an active way.

Teacher/Pupil voice questionnaires suggest great enjoyment and learning from this approach to embed the mathematics curriculum.

Active maths now embedded within the curriculum and staff use the resource to embed learning of maths topics with high quality activities.


(KI 5)


To transport children to and from venues and sporting fixtures

Children have been able to take advantage of this provision for swimming, residentials and intra competitions. Minibus use was limited due to the pandemic but still used to good effect.

Additional swimming

(KI1 and 4)


To develop physically literate individuals who have the knowledge, skills and confidence to enjoy a lifetime of healthful physical activity.

To increase the minimum time spent in the swimming pool in order to improve outcomes.

Children received an additional 15 minutes in the swimming pool each week. An additional swimming teacher has helped improve swimming standards and confidence of non-swimmers.




All actions are based on the key indicators below.  Where possible emphasis is placed on enhancing the experiences of current children although we try to ensure that expenditure is sustainable and will have a positive impact on our children of the future.  

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – chief medical guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school.
  2. To raise the profile of PE and sport as a tool for whole school improvement.
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport.





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