Schools must use the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. There are 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvement across. A range of best practise examples and initiatives that Black Country Primary and Special schools are adopting, including the approach and actions undertaken, cost implications, evidence and impact on the school and young people as well as the future steps, plans and sustainability can be found by clicking on the indicators below or using the search facility to view a wide range of initiatives.
This page has been designed to showcase and share practice and initiatives from schools across the Black Country. The initiatives and case studies have been developed as part of commissioned research into use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding between February 2018 and September 2018. The responsibility for quality assurance of products, services and programmes detailed rests with the schools.
If you would like to submit an initiative of best practice for inclusion in this database, you can download a copy of the template here. Please note any submissions will be subject to quality assurance and approval before being uploaded.
If you have any questions regarding this database, or would like to submit an initiative, or would like to check the suitability of your project for inclusion please email Tim Aldred (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This research and search facility has been developed with support from Black Country Primary Schools, Walsall MBC, Black Country SGO’s, afPE, Youth Sport Trust, Dudley Association of Governing Bodies and a number of private providers.
Best practice examples and initiatives from across the 5 key indicators on how you could utilise your Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.
Timely data and learnings in relation to physical activity and sport in the Black Country and the added value we can offer.
Resources and videos to support the Black Country sport & physical activity workforce, sports clubs and community organisations.