“You can’t put a limit on anything.  The more you dream, the further you get.”   

Michael Phelps, Olympic Gold Medal swimmer.





PE and Sport Funding


Funding for 2022 to 2023

Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £1,000 per pupil.

Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil.


At Lewannick School we give pupils access to a wide and varied sport curriculum which aims to provide at least 2 hours of high quality physical education each week. 

The school will also develop new systems for assessing and recording progress according to new government guideline for assessing pupils without the use of levels.

The school will investigate and instigate better use of the school website to report, report and showcase sport and PE across all year groups and involving multiple aspects from competition to pupil and parent views. 

Our PE Development Plan identifies 6 key objectives on which we will spend the additional funding:

  • To improve access to a wider range of sports; to widen experience, stimulate interest and develop new skills
  • To increase opportunities for more pupils to attend after-school clubs
  • To extend the provision of swimming; its assessment and any potential award scheme
  • To improve awareness of sports and PE events and issues; sharing and raising the profile of pupil achievements
  • To widen and increase participation in local and county competition
  • Professional Development of staff in identified areas of need

All areas that we have invested Sports Premium funding into were allocated with future sustainability in mind. Staff have been trained to deliver high quality PE and provide more opportunities for current and future pupils. Through coaching, pupils have shown an aptitude and interest in a range of sports. This has encouraged them to attend local clubs and develop their skills and interests further, sustaining the impact of the funds beyond the school gates.

Spending of the Sport Premium Grant for the academic year 2015/2016 at Lewannick is set out in the table below. Each funding allocation addresses one or multiple objectives as identified above.


The impact of the sports premium funding will have a long term lasting effect and impact on Lewannick  Primary school. The use of the money to hire professional sports coaches has had a massive impact to date on staff confidence and abilities to teach a variety of high quality PE across the school. We intend on continuing to build on this CPD to enhance and enable all teaching staff to deliver high quality PE. The use of the money to date has had a great impact on the sustainability of high quality PE, and will continue to improve PE throughout our school.


Sports Premium Allocation 2021-2022

PE and School Sport Action Plan Report 2021-2022


Sports Premium Impact Statement 2018-2019

Sports Premium Allocation 2018-2019


PE Funding Income Received: £17, 150  
Project: Cost:
Plymouth Argyle £3000
Launceston College £650
Yoga £900
Hockey £400
Orienteering £850
Tai Chi £1440
Sailing £530
Cornish Pirates £360
Top Up Swimming £2915
PE Coordinator Courses £140
PE Supply Cover £232.50
Travel to Competitions £300
Container £2385
Resources £100
Spend so far £14,202.50
To be allocated £2947.50
Identified Priorities for Remaining Annual Funding Dance and gym seems to be popular having sent out a questionnaire to the children.


Gym has been booked for the Summer Term as has Zumba. All the children will get a chance to experience these physical activities.


The following document details the impact of this spending for 2017/2018:

PE and Sport Expenditure 2017 to 2018



PE Funding Income Received: £8925
Project: Cost:    
Plymouth Argyle £3000    
Launceston College £600    
Plymouth Raiders £390    
Yoga £540    
Ibounce £502.50    
To be allocated      
Total Current Spend  
Identified Priorities for Remaining Annual Funding Possibly be spent on alternative sports/ replace old equipment.


Depending on the children’s responses, another half term of basketball may be what the children/ sports council request.

The following document details the impact of this spending for 2016/2017:

PE and sport expenditure


Total Funding for PE and Sport for 2015/2016 £8565
Funding Allocations  
Swimming provision £2900
Plymouth Argyle (range of sports) £3000
Arena £475
Launceston College Sports Partnership £600
Boys Street Dance £250
Kids Yoga £540
Roller Skating £500
Dance Republic £300

The following document details the impact of this spending:

PE and Sports Premium Grant Expenditure and Impact 2015-16

Total Funding for PE and Sport for 2014/2015 £8565
Funding Allocations  
Swimming provision £2752
Plymouth Argyle £3000
Dance Workshop £555
Arena £450
Launceston College Sports Partnership £600
Equipment £1208

Sports Premium Lewannick Areas for Development completed 2014-15



Swimming provision has been extended to provide an additional swim instructor and include Years 1 and 2. Transport costs have been subsidised to ensure equal opportunity and provide more sessions, working towards specific targets and associated awards. There is the additional aim to increase the numbers of children who can swim 25 metres and raise awareness of life preservation/water safety. All pupils will receive recognition of swimming attainment in the form of a scheme badge or specific certificate.

Children who are able to swim 25m are then given the opportunity to develop and learn lifesaving skills.  The children will learn a range of water safety survival, self rescue and life saving rescue skills, understand hazards and how to stay safe in a variety of environments.   It will also build the children’s

  • self confidence
  • communication skills
  • social and teamwork skills
  • swimming ability
  • health and fitness



Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety Please complete all of the below*:
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? 87%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]? 87%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations? 87%
Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way? Yes

Health and Wellbeing

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Launceston College Sports Partnership

Each year, in consultation with members, a full programme of events is planned and organised, enabling the partnership to provide numerous and wide-ranging opportunities for pupil participation in festivals and competitions; locally and potentially regionally and nationally where successful.

Pupils gain access to facilities and equipment which we are not able to provide at Lewannick.

There is opportunity as teachers and leaders to meet and share information, resources and access to training.

Plymouth Argyle

Plymouth Argyle Community Trust provide specialist coaching in a range of sports. Although Argyle are known for football, they teach a range of sports throughout the year. They also provide teachers with some additional support, as staff have been able to work alongside the coaches and observe the practices of the specialists working with our children. All the children in the school have the opportunity to be taught by an Argyle specialist.