Primary schools in England are going to share an extra £150m per year sports funding until 2020, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.
The direct funding scheme for school sport, announced last year, is going to be extended for a further five years.
Each year primary schools will continue to receive £8,000, plus £5 per pupil.
As well as promoting good health, Mr Cameron says, school sport has an important role in building "confidence and a sense of achievement".
The funding - the Primary PE and Sport Premium - provides money directly to primary schools, carrying on the sporting legacy of the Olympics.
The funding has now been increased to £16000 per school and £10 per child. Our funding will be approximately £16750 for 2017-2018.
2019-2020 funding - our funding will be approximately £16760