P.E. Premium

In April 2013, the government announced new funding for every state funded school in the country with primary aged pupils; for physical education and sport, in order to improve the quality and breadth of PE and Sport provision. We call this funding PE Premium.

Schools have been told that they are best placed to decide how to spend the funding to meet the needs of the pupils.


All pupils will leave Benhurst Primary School physically literate and with the knowledge, skills, and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

School Objective

To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport at Benhurst. To increase awareness of leading a healthy active lifestyle. This will include continued improvement in the following areas:

· The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles.

· The profile of PE and sport increasingly raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.

· Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport across the school.

· Sustained participation in competitive sport for all pupils.

· Quality of planning and teaching to meet the needs of all pupils.

· Increased parent involvement in developing healthy lifestyle choices for their children.

· Increased opportunities for pupils to plan, lead and organise sport and physical activity exercises and events.

Sporting Achievements from 2016 to date

Y1/2 Sports Hall Athletics (winner 2018) 

Y2 Primary School Athletics (winner 2017)

Y2 Mixed Football Tournament (winner 2018)

Y2 LIFE Skills Games (winner 2018)

Y3/4 Havering Kwik Cricket (winner 2017) 

Y3/4 Havering Tennis (3rd in group stages 2017, runner up 2018)  

Y3/4 Primary Sports Hall Athletics (14/26 in 2017 and 1/16 in 2018)

Y5/6 Primary Sports Hall Athletics (8/26 in 2017 and 5/15 in 2018)

Y5/6 Quad Kids (runner up 2017)

Y5/6 Havering Tennis (semi-final 2018)

Havering Mixed Tri-Golf (winner 2017, runner up 2018)

Havering Mixed Badminton (winner in 2017 & 2018 with a record score. B team runner up in 2018)

Havering Boys Kwik Cricket (winner 2017)

Havering Swimming Championship (runner up) – 2018

Havering Tag Rugby Games (runner up 2017)

Havering Tag Rugby Festival (runner up 2017)

Boys Jim Smith Football (semi-final 2017)

Boys League Football (quarter final 2017)

Boys League Football (joint top of the league 2017)

Girls Havering Kwik Cricket (semi-final 2017)

What is currently taking place at Benhurst?

2 hours of physical education per week.

Wide range of additional clubs for all ages and abilities. 

Access to 5–a-day TV within the classroom.

A range of extra curricular sports clubs. 

Inter school competitions.

Intra school competitions.

Links with secondary school PE departments.

How the PE Premium is used

In 2017-18, the school received £19,520 funding which was used as follows:

Provision & CostImpact
Swimming(£8000)Year 4 attend weekly swimming lessons at Harrow Lodge Sports Centre.National Curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety:Children can swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres. 53% of our children in Year 6 can do this (February 2019).Children can use a range of strokes effectively. 62% of our children in Year 6 can do this (February 2019).Children can perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. 43% of our children in Year 6 can do this (February 2019).We finished second in the Havering Swimming Championships (March 2018)
 Havering Sports Collective(£2,950)‘Free’ resources are implemented by all teachers (e.g. 5-a-day).We enter a wide range of competitions, ensuring that more children across the school are ‘competing competitively’ in Level 2 competitions.16 ‘free’ half days of support to enable children to lead sporting activities and participate in a variety of sports.As a result of more active participation in local events, more children attending school sports clubs.We benefit from outstanding coaching through Amanda Austin (badminton coach), in order to prepare for competitions. 
New PE scheme purchased.(£500)To ensure consistency in lessons taught throughout the school and that key skills are taught, acquired and then honed and developed.http://www.peplanning.org.uk/index.html
Sport4fun(£6160)Activities vary through the year and include dodgeball, handball, badminton, tennis, kwik cricket and multi skills. 
Super Star Sports(£1634)This club focusses on gymnastics.
 Ball Sports Coaching(£1110)Change 4 Life/Competitive coachingChange 4 Life club is full and has a waiting list.The C4L club is targetets the key demographic (government guidelines).Coach shares important nutrition and healthy living information with the children during the sessions.Competitive coaching prepares our children/teams for upcoming competitionsA wider range of children represent our school.
Equipment repairs & updates(£480)As required.
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