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PE and Sports Grant funding



Engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity.


10 mins yoga.

Play leaders delivering structured activities at playtimes.

Active lunchtimes with all staff trained to deliver an assortment of sporting activities.

Providing a range of different sports for pupils to participate and compete in sport competitions and events, including the cost of transport to venues.

Pupils given increased opportunities to participate in a wider range of competitions.

Reduction of behavioural incidents during play and lunchtimes.

Reduction in the number of playtime and lunchtime incidents.

High quality teaching.


PE specialist to teach alongside teaching staff.

All pupils to receive minimum 2 hours of PE.


Provide opportunities for disengaged and least active children to engage in regular exercise.


Disengaged and least active pupils given opportunities to participate in lunchtime activities.

The budget received has been spent on the following:

CPD for all staff- focus this year has been to develop dance and gymnastics.


Renewal of equipment.


Purchase of a table tennis table to enhance our lunchtime provision.


Equipment to be used for active playtimes and lunchtimes.


New equipment to enhance our athletics club.


Professional golf coaching which led to an inter competition.


Transport to many different sporting events which have included: football, netball, athletics and cricket.


To develop our pupils well being we have introduced a lunchtime yoga club and some year groups have received a 6 week yoga course as part of their 2nd hour of PE.



Footballers reached the semi finals in the cluster competition.

Netballers reached the final in the cluster competition.

Children performed well in the athletics and cricket competitions.

Children have represented school by taking part in the cross country on a Saturday morning throughout the year.

Children successfully completed their golf tuition and have learned new skills which will be carried forward into the next academic year.