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Last reviewed on 17 March 2021
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School types: All · School phases: Primary

Get up to speed with what information you need to publish about the primary PE and sport premium on your website. You'll also find a template report.

Coronavirus: update on reporting requirements

You must publish information on your website about how you've used your allocation this year, by 31 July 2021. 

You now have until the end of the 2020/21 academic year to spend any funding you carried forward from 2019/20, that you couldn't use due to coronavirus (previously you had to spend it by the end of March).

In your 2020/21 online report, you should outline how you spent this funding. 

If coronavirus has affected your ability to collect swimming and water safety data, you should still publish what you have and explain any limitations to your data. If you don't have any data, you should say so in your report.  


The amount of primary PE and sport premium received A full breakdown of how it has been spent Details of the impact of the funding on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment Details of how the improvements will

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