Huntingdon Primary

Sport Grant 17/18

The government allocate extra funding to schools in the form of Sports Grant Funding. This money is designed to improve the delivery and quality of physical education provisions within primary schools.

For the academic year 2017/18 Huntingdon Primary School’s Sport Grant  Funding was £20,150.

This money was used towards helping provide specialised coaching sessions as part of PE lessons and to provide necessary equipment.

Below is a breakdown of funding and expenditure

Sports Funding Received

September 17 to March 18

Amount Sports Funding Received April 18 to August 18AmountTotal academic year


Sept 17 – March 18 (7/12th)£11,754 April 18 – August 18 (5/12th)£8396£20,150
Expenditure   Expenditure  
Huntingdon Gymnastics£1980 Huntingdon Gymnastics£1080£3060
Equipment£1737 Equipment£1218£2955
St Neots Learning Academy£12,308 St Neots Learning Academy£6510£17,220
 Total£16,025   Total£8808£24,833


We have built strong partnerships with St Neots Learning & Sports Academy and Huntingdon Gymnastics Club. In addition to providing Cirriculum PE Lessons, an Apprentice from St Neots Learning & Sports Academy worked in school September 2017 to April 2018.

The spending enables pupils to take part in a wide variety of sporting activities, during the academic year the pupils take part in 15 sporting activities.  In addition, we provide 7 extra-curricular sports clubs.

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