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How Will You Spend Your Sports Premium?
The continuation of sports premium funding will help schools continue to use physical education, sport and physical activity as a tool to improve educational attainment, emotional and physical health and wellbeing.
Our Sport products ensure pupils leave primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to lead a healthy lifestyle and commit to a lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.
Here are a few exciting and effective ways to spend your Sports Premium:
The are so many exciting options that will achieve the following objectives:
- Increase pupil participation in competitions, sport and events.
- A lifelong positive attitude to exercise and a healthy lifestyle
- Broaden the sporting opportunity available to pupils.
- An opportunity to experience success beyond the academic area
- Train pupils to become Young Sports Ambassadors (to support their pupils throughout the school in physical lunchtime activity).
- Improvements in curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities
A school surveyed their children to measure the impact of their new MUGA (Multi Use Games Area):
- 96.3% of KS2 Children say they do more or the same amount of exercise than last year.
- 62% of KS2 Children say they do more exercise than they did last year
- 79% of KS2 children use the MUGA either ‘every day’ or ‘most days
Scroll down to see examples of our projects as well as a range of suitable products for your Sports Premium funding.
Alternatively, you can view our range of Sports Product here and Active Play Equipment here for some added inspiration. To start your Sports premium project, get in touch by completing our Contact Form and we will be in touch to arrange a free consultation.
We now have learning opportunities that were not there before such as: Investigative Learning, Physical Play and Creative Play. Health and safety is paramount within the school and Andy understood this very well. The level of communication with the guys on site was great and very much appreciated on our part. They would let us know exactly what was going on which helped our teaching staff plan activities and lessons. Nothing would have been differently - if anything, I may have started our leveling of our other playground sooner.Paul King - Green Lane Special School, Warrington
Very pleased with the whole process.Lynn Taylor - Broadfield primary School, Hertfordshire
We’re really, really happy with the structure. It’s really helping with 'moving and handling' in regards to our curriculum. It also separates areas for children to learn in as well so we’ve got little caves where children can do weaving or they can do writing at the top as well. We find the children are also really responsible with it as well. The thing that’s really nice about it, is the fact it doesn’t overpower our playground, so the children still choose other learning as well as the Tree House which is really great for us as we can build our learning around it. It is very sympathetic to the surroundingsMr Arnold - St Peter's Primary School, Bristol
Good job well done!Chris Parker - Whitby Heath Primary School, Ellesmere Port
Very impressed with all aspects of the work - children love it, parents love it!Adrian Martin - Greasby Junior School, Wirral
As part of the school council, I had the responsibility of asking other pupils what they would like on our playground. I am really happy that they choose the outdoor gym and trim trail. It makes us feel proud and happy because I can exercise as well as have fun. I also really enjoy playing games with my friends on the trim trailPupil - Westminster Primary Academy and Children’s Centre, Blackpool