PE and school sport
At Buntingsdale Primary School we believe that the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision is important, in order to increase participation and help pupils develop healthy lifestyles, not only now, but to enable the development of skills and interests that will be carried into the future.
Sport Premium is an amount of money which the government has agreed to allocate to schools for three academic years (2013-14, 2014-15 & 2015-16). The funding amount received by schools is based upon the number of children of primary age at the school. The Sport Premium must be used to:
Increase the quality & breadth of PE & Sport provision, and increase participation in PE & Sport
At Buntingsdale, our P.E. and Sport Leader is responsible for developing sport and effective use of Sport Premium Funding. We welcome the additional funding, which will further enhance our provision and provide additional opportunities for increased participation.
Please see the attached documents to see how we have utilised the Sports Premium funding in the past years to maintain and further improve our provision of PE and Sport. Below you can also access the plan for the current academic year.
2016-17 Impact of PE & Sport Funding
Recent PE News.
Well done to our netball team who took part in a competition in September against other local schools, unfortunately we didn’t have enough year 5 and 6 pupils in the team so we weren’t included in the rankings. However two year four girls stepped up to join the team so we could still participate and worked really hard, especially as they hadn’t been part of the netball sessions as they were from a different class. Well done to the whole team – Lilia, Sainimili, Alex Jackson, Susanna, Billie, Lucas and Leo.
We took the majority of KS1 and KS2 to a cross country competition at the Grove school on Thursday 4th October in which we had some great success. Well done to Lilia who came 2nd in the year four girls race and Theo who came fourth in the year two boys race.
As Lilia is in key stage two she has qualified for the L3 competition which will be held later in the year and will compete against children from different areas who were placed in the top 6 for their local area.
On Thursday 11th October we had a very exciting and calming day in school. We split into our house teams to work on a carousel of activities to help boost our well being and mental health. We worked with Sasha from Hoolanation to develop our resilience, made healthy fruit salads, spent a relaxing hour using mindfulness techniques and stretched our bodies with some challenging yoga moves.