PE and Sport Premium Funding

This year we are investing in professional development through a partnership with Primary Sports who also work with other schools within Acorn MAT. They are supporting us to develop and deliver an exciting rolling programme of sports throughout the year including taking part in a whole range of sports fixtures with other schools. You can read more about some of these in our termly sports newsletter:

Sports Newsletter April 2019

Sports Newsletter December 2018

The government is providing additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Department for Education, Health and Culture and Media and Sport. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this. This year Loders will receive £16,000, plus an additional £10 per pupil.

At Loders we value highly the importance of Physical Education for all our pupils and already provide a curriculum enhanced by a range of extra-curricular activities. Our aims in this area include:

  • Developing fine and gross motor skills/spatial awareness and sports specific skills
  • Developing personal and social skills, such as resilience, teamwork, sportsmanship
  • Developing an awareness of how to keep healthy and stay safe
  • Developing greater levels of fitness and stamina
  • Developing leadership skills
  • Developing tactical awareness
  • Facilitating greater participation in sport in and outside of school

Click here to view 2018-19 Funding

Our spending is based on the following aims:

  • Ensure the children have ongoing access to high quality resources and equipment
  • Continued professional development for staff
  • Extend our swimming curriculum
  • Provide more alternative sports across the whole school
  • Ensure that major sporting events are recognised and celebrated in the school
  • Provide opportunities for all of our children to attend sporting festivals, tournaments and experiences beyond the classroom
  • Subsidise transport to ensure children can continue to attend sporting events
  • Provide opportunities for all our children to develop their physical skills and lead increasingly healthy, active lifestyles
  • Actively participate within existing local sports networks

Click here to view 2017-18 Funding

Click here to view 2016-17 Funding

Click here to view 2015-16 Funding

Announcement

Children in Need 2020

13 Nov 2020

Today we raised an amazing £71.29 for Children in Need. It was lovely to see all the children find exciting ways to be yellow or spotty for the day. Thank you again for you generosity!

Remembrance Day

11 Nov 2020

The whole school came together to remember the sacrifices made by our brave service men and women who have given their lives for the peace and freedom we enjoy today. Cogden Class read short pieces be...

Tribal Kingdom day at Hooke Court

07 Nov 2019

Year 4 became 2 different tribes today, with their friends from the other MAT schools.  They created tribal face art, built shelters and created secret trails with codes.  But the question i...

Year 4 at Hooke Court

06 Nov 2019

We have had a great first day at Hooke Court with Year 4 and as this is being written all children are asleep! Click here to see some more pictures from day 1

Loders celebrates 150 years

14 Oct 2019

We celebrated 150 years of the school on this site by dressing up as Victorian children and learning about life in Victorian times.

Service of Thanksgiving

14 Oct 2019

Pupils, teachers and parents past and present gathered in the church to celebrate 150 years of our school

Crealy Animal Visit

25 Apr 2019

We enjoyed a visit from some exotic animals this week from Crealy. The children were able to handle a stick insect, a millipede, ferrets and a milk snake.

Xtreme Falconry Display

04 Apr 2019

Thanks to the PTFA, we enjoyed a display from Xtreme falconry to end the term. This linked in with some of our science work about habitats and animal adaptations.

National Science Week

11 Mar 2019

This morning the children have worked across the school in house teams for the start of National Science Week. Each teacher led a different activity but all were focused on the skill of prediction.

Year 3/4 Dance Festival

08 Mar 2019

Monmouth pupils took part in the annual Dance Festival organised by Colfox students at Freshwater on Friday. The theme was 'Environment' and our dance was based around and undersea theme to raise awar...