The Department for Education has today confirmed to us that it will fund the Primary PE and Sport Premium for the 2019/20 academic year.
A total of £320 million will again be made available to primary schools in England to improve the quality of PE and sport.
Registrations for YST's National School Sport Week are now open. Registering will give you access to a resource pack with ideas and suggestions about how you can bring the Five Ways to Wellbeing to life in your own school. The first 500 schools to register will also receive NSSW themed bunting for use during the week.
Case Study: James Smith
Gaining hands on experience in a school setting has been amazing; helping the children get healthy is very rewarding. I even bring some of what I learn at home and help motivate my little brother and sister! - James SHC Apprentice
James is an apprentice working at a local Primary School; he assists the staff with all sports elated activities. He started in October and sine then he has been an invaluable part of the sports provision.
James is one of the many apprentices located in various schools around Greenwich. They bring a fresh new perspective and level of energy which is currently in high demand in PE departments around the country.
Y5/6 Female Football Competition
Winners – Alex McLeod Primary School (Progressing to LYG finals)
Y4 Tug-of-War Competition
Winners – De Lucy Primary School
Y5/6 Bench Ball
Winners – Hawksmoor Primary School
Y5/6 3v3 Basketball (Mixed/Best)
Winners – Discovery Primary School
Y5/6 3v3 Basketball (B/C Team)
Winners – Nightingale Primary School
On Friday 29th March 2019, a number of Greenwich primary schools participated in a Y5/6 basketball c...Find out More
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“Very enjoyable and lots to take back to school”GSSP Member Workshop Feedback
“I’m so happy because I finished the run ahead of lots of other people! I started the race slowly and tried to pace myself so I could run faster at the end. I am glad I got chosen to run and I think I could go even faster if I had another chance! Thank you to everyone that helped at the competition ”- Year 6 Primary Pupil
“Really clear and well structured training.”PE Lead - Charlton Manor Primary School
“I really enjoyed the competition and I think doing the daily mile at our school helped me”- Year 6 Primary Pupil
“Great to have a deeper understanding and ideas of how to develop KS1 sport”GSSP Member Workshop Feedback
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