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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.

You can view PE and Sports activities by following the PE section of our 'Curriculum in Action' page.
Below are some further examples of how our pupils benefit from PE and Sport Premium.


Sports Week has started and it has been great to see every year group getting sporty in their lessons today.

Year 3 and 4 did a great job in their Sports afternoons.

Check out some pictures below from our Lunch time activities - football skills and hula hooping.

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We have increased our participation in competitive school events. Our football team are the second best team in Newcastle after winning the Duffy League and then narrowly losing the King Cup final recently.



We take part in Outer West Learning Trust competitors alongside other schools. PE Premium funding is utilised to support these events. This team won the basketball tournament this year.

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These pupils worked with our Premier Sports coach to train how to record our whole school Golden Miles'. Each week we will record the class results with the aim of increasing our physical activity. We utilise PE Premium funding to support this activity.
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We take part in OWL Trust competitons and tournaments as part of our drive to increase sporting activity with other schools. This dodgeball team came second recently at Throckley Primary.
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