The PE and Sport Premium provide ring-fenced money to primary schools to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils. The funding is provided jointly by the Department for Education, the Department of Health and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Schools should spend this additional funding to improve the provision of PE and Sport. Schools are given freedom to decide how they do this. Below are details on how DBCPS has spent their additional funding.
2021/2022 allocation: £19,550
Evidencing of PE Sport Premium 2021-2022
2020/2021 allocation: £19,300
Evidencing of PE Sport Premium 2020-2021
2019/2020 allocation: £19,300
Evidencing of PE Sport Premium 2019-2020
2018/2019 allocation: £19,300
Evidencing of PE Sport Premium 2018-2019
2017/2018 allocation: £18,760
Evidencing of PE Sport Premium 2017-2018
2016/17 allocation: £11,737
How DBCPS Allocated the Sports Premium Funding
4 Key Priorities for 2016/2017