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PE and sport premium: impact of the funding

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Last updated on 23 September 2016
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How is the PE and sport premium helping to raise standards? In this article, we look at the results of surveys commissioned by the DfE and Ofsted on the impact of the PE and sports premium in primary schools. We also link to reports from three primary schools on the impact of the funding.

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Contents

  1. 1 Purpose of the PE and sports premium
  2. 2 Impact of the PE and sports premium: DfE report
  3. 3 Impact of the PE and sports premium: Ofsted report
  4. 4 Impact of the PE and sports premium: examples from schools

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