Contact Us

The Department for Education has confirmed that school's sports premium will double from September 2017 to deliver further improvements to PE and sport provision. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, we have developed a range of exciting products that will help reduce childhood obesity, increase participation in sport and motivate children to lead a healthier lifestyle.

Previous
Pause Button
Next

Scroll down a little more to see more video.

Down Arrow

How Should I Spend My School Sports Premium?

The doubling of school sports premium  will help schools to continue to use physical education, sport and physical activity as a tool to improve educational attainment, emotional and physical health and well-being.

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:

school 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

View our huge range of Sports Products and Active Play Equipment to see the many amazing options available to you. Alternatively, complete our Contact Form and we will be in touch to arrange a free consultation.

The children really like performing on their new stage, they use it most playtimes and particularly enjoy the fact it has a roof aspect. Some days, they participate in imaginary play and others they enjoy sitting and talking. As staff, we use it for presentations and worship opportunities. Overall, it really compliments the play equipment next to it and is a much nicer and welcoming area. The children make very good use of their new play space!

Karl Joyce - St Marys Primary School, Thornbury

Excellent work, seamless and great to have working on site!

Bernie Greenwood - Great Smeaton Community School, North Yorkshire

The staff are amazing, operations are also very helpful. It was installed quickly and well before we expected. We have recommended Pentagon to other schools.

Sumayyah Chhibda - Warwick Road Primary School, Batley

I wished to put in writing just how fantastic your company has been at every point of service. This includes the planning and design stage.

You were happy to draft and re-draft to ensure we were able to get the best play area we could from the budget we had available. The speed with which your installation team carried out their work, in spite of having to work around the routines of the school day. The care, understanding and respect your team showed our pupils and staff at all times was excellent.

They were mindful of the safety of pupils and pupils’ safety determined all actions taken.  The work of your company has been exceptional.

Liz Loftus, Rowan Tree Primary School - Atherton

It was a pleasure to have your installers on site. 

Francis Calvert - Sevenoaks County Primary School, Kent

Our new mud kitchen has really enhanced the children’s learning. They are developing their motor skills, creative thinking, investigative skills and understanding of mathematical concepts. The children chatter endlessly whilst they are in the area – asking and answering questions, linking their play to their own experiences and acting out their own story lines. All this whilst playing with mud, glorious, mud!

Carly Pearson – Nene Valley Primary School, Peterborough

More videos