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PE and Sport Premium

Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.

Ramsey Spinning Infants Sports Premium Report 18-19 and Strategy 19-20

The Government has given schools’ a ‘sports premium’ to improve PE in schools. At Ramsey
Spinning Infant School, we utilise the funding by ensuring all pupils are engaged in regular
physical activity, providing quality coaches for dance, games, gymnastics and athletics.
Furthermore, training is provided to our teachers in different areas of PE and the children are
given opportunities to take part in competitions with local schools.  Children take part in a range of activities, including gymnastics, football, cricket, dance, archery, multi skills, agility balance and coordination, balanceability (balance bike) and yoga. Children will have the opportunity to attend swimming classes at the Ramsey Sports Centre during their time in

Year 2.
Physical Education plays an important and integral part in our curriculum. All children take
part in "The Daily Mile" where the children run or jog at their own pace for 15 minutes three
times a week. The children also have regular physical active breaks during the day; within
the classroom.  We also provide a range of physical after school clubs such as football, tennis, dance, rounders, cricket, multi skills, archery and athletics. 
T-shirts and shorts are worn, bare feet are best for dance and gymnastics, but plimsolls or
trainers are needed for games and athletics. Children must change for PE for safety reasons
and NO jewellery must be worn. 
PE is not an optional activity and all children are expected to take part. We will contact parents of children who regularly attend without their PE kit for lessons. 
There is an annual Sports Games Day, where the children have the opportunity to compete
against themselves and other children. We have Multi skills festivals which take place around
the county where the children compete against other children from local schools. 
Our aim is for every child to take part in, enjoy and perform to the best of their ability in
all sporting activities and promote healthy and active children.

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