The Primary PE and Sport Premium is a huge investment by the Government into physical activity provision. So, we want to help you make a long-lasting impact with your funding. Here’s a quick round-up of school resources and organisations that can support you to get pupils physically active with a high-quality PE and sport offer.
If you are a Hampshire School, Hampshire County Council provides support and advice in a number of areas including: Regulation and Guidance, Third Party Coaching Providers and Teacher Training and Qualifications.Visit site
YST is a national children’s charity. It’s passionate about creating a future where every child enjoys the life-changing benefits that come from play and sport. YST offers a variety of programmes and support to schools.Visit site
afPE is the only PE Subject Association in the UK. It is committed to being the agency of choice for people and organisations delivering or supporting the delivery of PE, school sport and physical activity in educational contexts and in the wider community.Visit site
The survey provides a world-leading approach to gathering data on how children engage with sport and physical activity. It helps anyone working with children aged 5-16 to help understand children’s attitudes and behaviours around sport and physical activity.Visit site
We publish a termly magazine for Infant, Junior and Primary Schools in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. It’s packed full of case studies, stories and useful information. Dive into the latest edition.Visit site
This Girl Can is Sport England’s campaign to get women and girls moving. Youth Sport Trust is currently focused on helping schools understand what motivates girls to take part in PE.Visit site
The Children and Young People Active Lives Survey is published annually. It measures the nation's activity levels and provides insight into how children and young people are getting active.Visit site
Create Development are redefining what's possible for PE, Sport and physical activity. An inclusive approach helps to create habits and develops essential behaviours, physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills.Visit site
Rebecca from South Wonston Primary school loves working in PE and Sport. She also has a passion for working with children with Special Educational Needs. Four years ago she was handed a book called Sensory Circuits and from then on a new passion was born that went hand in hand with physical activity. Sensory Circuits support the child who cannot sit still in class and needs a way to use up excess energy. It’s a 20 minute session where children visit 6 stations that are designed to alert and organise the body. They support several parts of a child’s sensory integration system. Read more in the Inside Primary magazine, January 2020 issue.