Sport Premium

What is the purpose of the funding?
After the London Olympics and Paralympics Games in 2012, the Government was determined to secure a significant and lasting legacy from the games where they wanted to continue to inspire the nation to enjoy sports. Therefore, the Government announced that a new funding of £150 million was available to schools for physical education and sport. This funding is to be used to improve the quality of PE and sport provision.

What is our aim?
At the Heathland Whitefriars Federation we aim to provide pupils with self-awareness and confidence to manage themselves in a variety of situations and experiences. We provide physical activity during the school day as well as extra-curricular clubs after school.

The school currently provides a minimum of 2 hours of PE every week where skills are taught through each PE lesson. We also offer a wide variety of sports provision after school, both through our own staff and through outside providers.

The school uses the considerable additional pupil premium funding imaginatively and effectively to enable all pupils to achieve equally well”

“Pupils enjoy the exceptional range of opportunities they have to take part in sport…”
(OFSTED Report: 2014)

What do we offer?
We have an enriched PE curriculum where we offer children a range of different sport activities. This is made up of games, gymnastics, athletics, dance and swimming. (Year 5 attend swimming lessons once a week at a local pool).

We invite in external coaches in order to support our participation in borough competitions and vary the experiences offered to the children. Staff have the opportunity for professional development by learning alongside these coaches.

What are the extra-curricular activities?
At the Heathland Whitefriars Federation we understand the importance of sport in our curriculum and in the lives of all our pupils. We are determined to provide an extensive range of sporting opportunities for as many pupils as possible.

Our pupils have a range of physical activities on offer that they can choose from during playtime and lunchtime. We have a wide range of sports clubs in school including football, netball, athletics, cross-country, dance and multi-sports. Details of all our current clubs are available on our clubs page.

Children have the opportunity to participate in outdoor adventure activities such as orienteering, and we have invested in a climbing wall in the playground.

What competitions do we participate in?
We aim to participate is as many borough competitions as we can. These include Cross Country, Football League, Netball Rally, KS1 Sports Festival and Dance showcase, Borough Sports, Cricket, Hockey, Tag Rugby, Athletics and Gymnastic competitions too.

All our pupils from Nursery to Year 6 participate in Sports Day which is held in the Summer Term.

Number of Pupils and Total Grant Received 2020-21 
Lump Sum£16000
Number of Pupils 540
Total additional Premium £5400
Total Grant Received £21,400
Number of Pupils and Total Grant Received 2019-20 
Lump Sum£16000
Total Number of Pupils532
Total Additional Premium£5320
Total Grant Received£21320
Number of Pupils and Total Grant Received 2018-19 
Lump Sum£16000
Total Number of Pupils 538
Total Additional Premium5380
Total Grant Received £21380
Number of pupils and total grant received 2017-18 
Lump Sum£16000
Total Number of Pupils on Roll (Year 1-6)538
Total Additional Premium (£10 per head)£5380
Total Grant Received£21380

 

PE & Sport Premium 2020/21

PE & Sport Premium 2020/21

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Swimming Report 2020/21

Swimming Report 2020/21

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PE & Sport Premium 2019/20

PE & Sport Premium 2019/20

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Swimming Report 2019/20

Swimming Report 2019/20

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PE & Sport Premium 2018-19

PE & Sport Premium 2018-19

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Swimming Reports 2018/19

Swimming Reports 2018/19

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