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Dubmire Primary Academy

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Dubmire Primary Academy

P.E. and sport premium funding

The award for Dubmire in 20/21 is £19270.00 and the priorities are captured in the PE plan

The seven government priorities for the use of the Sports Premium Funding is as follows:

  • Achieving high quality P.E.
  • Increasing participation and inclusion
  • Promoting healthy, active lifestyles
  • Providing competitive school sport
  • Developing leadership, the curriculum and subject profile
  • Contributing to pupils’ overall achievement
  • Developing partnerships

At Dubmire Primary Academy we believe that physical activity is fundamental to a child’s development not only helping them to be competent in basic movements and co-ordination but also laying the foundation of academic skills. At Dubmire we use the Real PE syllabus and objectives as we believe that physical activity needs to be embedded into daily routines, therefore linking physical activity into our environments and every day skills. Early physical activity is crucial in setting foundations for basic motor skills and becoming physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness.


Regular physical activity can improve quality of life, improve health, promote social inclusion, raise individual self-esteem and confidence and counter anti-social behaviour. School plays a key role in promoting an active lifestyle for its young people through developing attitudes, knowledge and competence to help encourage a commitment to physical activity.


Key achievements to date:

  • We are achieved gold in the newly established “A Great Active Sunderland School Mark”. 
  • Use of ‘Premier League Primary Stars’. This is incorporated into lesson plans and extra-curricular activities. It has also provided us with p.e equipment and resources.
  • Working with other sports coaches from across the academy to take part in an Academy Quad Kids sports day.
  • Improved quality of PPA cover activities for teaching staff i.e. planning and delivery of P.E. using Real PE scheme.
  • Morning exercise club for children with Special Educational Needs.
  • Increased after school provision in conjunction with Keep Active: football, karate, netball, rugby, forest school, multi-sports club, yoga.
  • Development and training of the school football team, organisation of transport and partnership with ‘Total Sports’.
  • Holiday football and dance camps for children aged 5-11 years.
  • Swimming sessions monitored and evaluated. Participation in Sunderland Schools swimming gala.
  • Completion of the Aldi kit for schools program and gaining two sports kits.
  • Improved links with The Change For Life team, Durham Football Association and S.A.F.C in the Foundation – Skills development in Reception. Participation and team games in Year 1-6.
  • Reorganisation of school sports day to include intra-school activities.
  • Fundraising for Sports Relief and Race for Life annually.
  • Football pitch and goals altered to enable team matches to be played at home.
  • Educational residential visits: Derwent Hill – outdoor adventure and activities; Les Menuires - ski resort.
  • New P.E. subject leader (GR) appointed – Network meetings attended to aid the implementation of the new primary curriculum.
  • Community sports fitness classes established.

Previous P.E. and Sport Premium plan can be found below.

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