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Sports funding 

Every school receives an annual sports premium from the government.  The aim of this funding is to improve PE and sports programs offered by schools. 

Schools must spend their funding on improving their PE provision.  Ofsted report on how the school has spent its funding and the impact this has had on raising standards in sport.  Schools are required to publish how their funding has been used along with details of the breadth of the sports curriculum offered by the school.

Extra Curriculum Sporting Activities

  • Football Club
  • Games Club
  • Cricket Club
  • Tennis Club
  • Athletics Club
  • Multi-skills Club
  • Enrichment Sporting Days

PE Funding and Action Plan

To view our PE Funding and Action Plan, please click the following link:

Sports Funding: Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium March 2018

Sports Funding: Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium 2019

PE Funding Plan for Academic Year 2018/2019

Total Premium - £18,522
Total Spent - £18,300

PE Funding Plan for Academic Year 2017/2018

Total Premium - £18,370
Total Spent - £18,270

Sporting Activities 2019-2020

Infant Agility

On Tuesday 25th February, Mr Greenfield and Miss Carter took a team of 17 children from Years 1 and 2 to take part in a local Infant Agility competition.  Out of 9 schools, Willesborough Infant School finished in 4th position, which is a great achievement.  The children had to take part in a number of activities including: short sprint, balance, target bowl, javelin throw, speed bounce, bean bag target throw and standing long jump.   All of the children had lots of fun and encouraged each other to do their best; we are very proud of them.   A big thank you to all parents who helped with transport and supported the team throughout the afternoon, it is really appreciated.  Thank you to Mr Greenfield and Miss Carter for taking the team to the event.  We have put together a slide show of some of the fun we had at the event:

 

Sporting Activities 2018-2019 

Infant Agility

Our first Infant Agility competition on Thursday 2nd February was a great success!  The children who took part really enjoyed it, both for taking part and the competitive element.  They had practised and prepared for all sorts of events, including long jump and javelin.  Although we did not place, the children worked very hard from 4pm-6pm with other local schools.  We have put together a slide show of some of the fun we had at the event:

 

Rapid Fire Cricket Competition 

On Thursday 24th January, Mr Head and Mr Greenfield took a team of 10 children from Years 1 and 2 to take part in a local cricket competition.  Out of 16 schools, Willesborough Infant School finished in 4th position, just losing out in the semi-final by 1 run.  It was the first time that the school have played rapid fire cricket so the children did amazingly well as a team and had a lot of fun playing this new sport - we are very proud of them.  A big thank you to all parents who helped with transport and supported the team throughout the afternoon, it is really appreciated.  Thank you to Mr Greenfield and Mr Head for running the after school club and giving the children their first opportunity to compete against other schools. 

      

      

Year 1

Year 1 have been focusing on infant agility, where children have been practising skills including throwing and catching.

 

Year 2

Year 2 have been focusing on team games, with each class working closely with Mr Greenfield.  The children have been practising skills in throwing, catching, jumping and running.  These skills are applied in a range of game experiences which were fun and competitive.

   

Football Club with Mr Greenfield and Mr Head

Children who attended this club in term 1 really enjoyed practising and developing their football skills.  They have been practising skills including holding control when passing the ball, dribbling the ball around cones to enhance their agility skills and working collaboratively in a team.  These skills have been applied in football team games, which children compete for fun in, within a competitive setting.