PE and School Sport
Our vision is that all children develop a love of being physically active and are confident to take part in a wide range of activities and sports. We support children to develop teamwork skills and sportsmanship. We teach children that being physically active will enable them to stay fit, healthy and happy.
High quality PE and School Sport is an entitlement of all pupils regardless of physical and mental abilities or disabilities, or athletic talent.
We aim to ensure that our PE provision will inspire our children to become fully engaged, find activities they love and raise their aspirations. The provision will be appropriate and fully inclusive to meet the needs of all our children, whilst providing sufficient challenge. The children will be provided with the skills, confidence and relevant experiences to succeed. Children will develop an understanding of the need for self discipline, to develop skills and be able to participate competitively.
Use of Sport Funding for 2022/2023:
Our PE funding for this year was £16218 with no funds carried over from the previous year. For a breakdown of how this funding was spent please click HERE.
Use of Sport Funding for 2021/2022:
Our PE funding for this year was £25355 which included £9100 carried over from the previous year. For a breakdown of how this funding was spent please click HERE.
Use of Sport Funding for 2020/2021:
Our PE funding for this year was £16290 however we also carried over a significant amount of funding from the previous year. The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted on our ability to spend this funding on our key priorities. This year we will again carry forward funding and have until July 2022 to ensure it is spent and reported on. For details of our spending to July 2021 against the 5 key indicators CLICK HERE
Use of Sport Funding For 2019/20:
Our PE Funding for this year was £16360. For details of how we spent this funding for 2019-20 against 5 key indicators CLICK HERE
Use of Sport Funding For 2018/19:
Our PE Funding for this year was £16360. For details of how we spent this funding for 2018-19 against 5 key indicators CLICK HERE