PE and Sport Premium 

The government provides additional funding to improve the provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This is based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport. This year, we have applied for the School Games Mark.

SPORT 2020/2021

After coming out of Lockdown, it was decided that KS1 and KS2 should have the opportunity to attend a fitness club after school. The objective was to improve not only everyone's physical fitness but also their mental well-being. 


In June, we held a Sports Week for the whole of the school (children and staff) who all ran a daily mile alongside a daily athletics session. The mile was wholly inclusive and an opportunity for all individuals to improve a 'personal best'. The athletics sessions provided the opportunity for the pupils to learn new skills with a competitive element.

Certificate of Achievement 2020 - Excell

SPORT 2019/20

Throughout this school year, sport and well-being has continued to play an important part of our school life.


Personal Sporting Challenges, organised and led by our 16 Sports Ambassadors, have been a success for all Key Stage 2 Classes. In addition, 72 Young Leaders played an active role by officiating and leading Intra-School Competitions.


Our Football Team finished second in the league, only two points behind the league champions.


In Hockey, we took three teams to the annual Quicksticks Festival, with the A team winning all of their matches.


Our Cross Country Runners entered the Wolverhampton School's Area Competition with the boy's team winning Bronze and the girl's team winning Silver medals.


As a result of this commitment, we achieved the Gold Black Country Commitment Award for P.E and School Sport.


The National Curriculum requires children to:


1. Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres

2. Use a range of strokes effectively

3. Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations


% of year 6 pupils at West Park who met this standard:


2017/18 - 67 % 

2018/19 - 91 % 

2019/20 - 74% (swimming stopped at the end of March due to Covid-19)

Due to Covid-19, a selected cohort of Year 6 pupils had the opportunity to swim during Summer Term 2 only. The aim was to regain confidence in the water and to attempt to swim 25m.
71% of children leaving Year 6 achieved this aim.

SPORT 2018/19


Mondays (Invitation only – team)

22 regularly attend (all boys)

Successes - Played 8 matches in total. Won 5, drew 1 and lost 2. Finished third in the league.

Fridays (Girls football commenced Summer Term 1)

23 regularly attend

Successes – Played first ever match together against East Park Primary



Tuesdays (open to all Key Stage 2)

34 regularly attend (15 girls, 19 boys)

Wednesdays (invitation only team)

14 regularly attend (6 girls, 8 boys)

Successes – Girls team won silver medal in Wolverhampton Schools Cross-Country Relays. Four children (3 girls, 1 boy) represented Wolverhampton in Black Country Championships against Walsall and Dudley.



Tuesdays (same numbers as Tuesday Cross-Country, open to all KS2)

Wednesdays (same numbers as Wednesday Cross-Country, invitation only)

Successes – Indoor Athletics, held in November 2018. Finished 2nd overall, winning silver medal and missing gold by 2 points. City Athletics finals held at Aldersley Stadium on 11.07.19, gold in boys’ 150m, bronze in girls’ 150m, silver in boys’ long jump, bronze in boys 800m, bronze on boys’ relay.



Thursdays (open to Years 5 and 6)

11 regularly attend (4 girls, 7 boys)

Successes – Quicksticks. Entered two teams into festival. Team A won all their matches. IN2 Hockey Tournament - qualified to the finals, winning every game. At finals, won 2 out of 4 matches played.


Thursdays (open to years 4, 5 and 6)

16 regularly attend (4 girls, 12 boys)

Please click on documents below to find out more about our PE and sport premium.