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PE and Sport Premium​​​​​​​

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Our Aim

We aim to create a happy, stimulating environment where all children are provided with opportunities, to plan, participate in and evaluate their physical education.

This will encourage our pupils to have a life long love of exercise and value its importance on their own well being.

Our Values

We believe that PE in a safe and supportive environment, is vital to a child’s physical and emotional well-being and development. A high quality, consistent, PE programme ensures that children’s needs are paramount whilst encouraging them to realise the importance of an active and healthy lifestyle.

Our Objectives

We aim to do this by promoting a life-long love of sport and physical activity through the following objectives:

  • Thorough application of PE Programme of Study, utilising expert coaching wherever possible
  • On-going high quality CPD for all staff from visiting coaches and through our PE programme of study.
  • A range of physical activities during playtimes, such as introducing clubs and enhancing equipment and resources to enable effective participation in physical activity.
  • Opportunities to experience alternative sporting activites on residential trips such as canoeing, skiing, archery and rock climbing.
  • Daily mile timetabled and expected for every class using our purpose built daily mile track.
  • A variety of after school clubs to targets all interests, abilities and age groups.
  • Providing links to community sports clubs such as local football teams and bowling club.
  • A commitment to working towards the School Games Kitemark.

As children move through primary school, they must develop their physical and cognitive skills in order to lead and develop sport later on in life. This can be aided by providing numerous sporting events to not only ignite interest but keep that interest alive.

PE and sport premium for primary schools.

Evidencing the Impact of PE and School Sport