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Byron Court Primary School

Believe, Achieve

Spencer Road, North Wembley, Middlesex HA0 3SF

020 8904 2785


PE and Sport Premium

Our first allocated ‘PE and Sports Premium’ was used to improve the quality of the extra-curricular provision provided to our children.  Even though children make a contribution for the clubs that they attend, we still spend £4,761 (including gymnastics) on subsidising the clubs with specialist coaches.  This has led to an increase in the percentage of children who have spaces available to attend a school based club and also in the percentage of places actually taken up.

£1,100 was spent on paying into the Kingsbury School Sports Partnership.  This allowed our children to attend various borough events including the Tag Rugby and Girls’ Cricket, where Byron Court were winners again.  Over 80 different children aged from 6 through to 11 were able to represent the school in the last academic year in 10 different sports.

£1,429 was spent on children’s PE and Sports equipment.  This included a variety of resources from metal football goals and netball goals through to playground balls and tag rugby belts.

The Wellbeing Fitness sessions was an exciting end to the year for all the children in the school as each year group were split up and then got to participate in an afternoon of physical events run by specialist coaches.


We believe extra curricular activities have an important role in motivating children and keeping them healthy. We offer a fantastic range of clubs and teams, making them available to as many children as possible.


Our wide range of extra curricular activities was acknowledged by Brent Council at the Brent Inspires Awards.

Byron Court has always tried to involve as many children as it can in sporting activities. As such, we already run many subsidised school clubs.

Participation in sport and tuition form sports coaches is important to enhance school life for Byron Court pupils. As such we will be using the additional funding as explained in the tables below:-



Allocated Grant 2014-15


Our main aims for 2014-15 is to continue to offer subsidised professional coaching after school, more of the successful innovation of wellbeing fitness sessions, and to realise our plan of providing swimming lessons for more children than is currently offered.


November 2014


April 2015


Total Grant Received



 Allocated Grant 2013-14

December 2013


April 2014


Total Grant Received



Summary of Total Spent

Sports Tournaments  - Brent SSCO


Swimming – Coach Travel to pool


Gymnastics – Training – new club


Sports Equipment for school


Wellbeing Fitness Sessions


Subsidised Professional Coaching sessions


Total Spent