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Temple Guiting

Church of England School

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Sports Premium

PE at Temple Guiting Church of England School

Sports premium budget for 2018 -19  £16,800

Primary PE and sport premium funding report 2017-18

Amount of premium received for financial year 2015/16: £8275


How this is being spent during this school year:



  • Donation to Schools Sport Partnership: £655

  • Expenses associated with the Schools Sport Partnership: £500

  • Subsidies to allow participation in sports clubs: £200

  • Sports equipment: £800

  • Additional work to maintain the playing field: £600

  • Team clothing: £300

  • Boot storage: £250

  • Training for school staff: £4970


Participation at local, district and county level
Temple Guiting School plays a leading role in promoting the Schools Sport Partnershipof our eleven neighbouring primary schools.  The Partnership employs a coordinator who organises tournaments: tag rugby, quickstix hockey, cross-country, orienteering, soccer, sports hall athletics, gymnastics, dance, high five netball, kwik cricket, rounders, swimming, athletics and toplink games.  She also runs coaching sessions and promotes 'sports leaders' from Cotswold School.  Although the Partnership is currently funded from the Sports Premium, it is highly valued by all its member and will be maintained if this funding ceases.



All our pupils benefit from teachers who have been well trained in PE and their attainment levels are high.  We have achieved this by using Sports Premium funding to employ a specialist PE teacher, part of whose role is to train teachers and teaching assistants to deliver high quality PE lessons.  Given that the school is so small, out pupils compete at a very high level.  We always have runners in the county cross-country finals and our tag rugby team recently reached the regional finals, only missing progressing to the national finals by one point.


Promoting a healthy, active lifestyle

The school runs a sports based after-school club on four afternoons every week: soccer, gymnastics, multi-sports (tag, hockey and soccer), cross-country and cricket and rounders in the summer.  Members of these clubs participate in competitions, perform in public or join sports clubs in the district.  We are particularly pleased with the level of parent participation.  We use the newsletter and celebration assembly to celebrate sporting success outside school such as ice-skating and equestrian events.

Miles for Smiles sponsored walk - Pictures on the PTA area in the events gallery.