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Burnt Ash Primary School


Schools receive PE and sport premium funding; ring fenced money to spend on improving the quality of PE and sports provision. Each school receives £16,000 plus an extra £10 per pupil year from 1-6. At Burnt Ash Primary School that will mean £19,620 for this academic year.

Head teachers decide how best to spend the Premium funding, although they remain accountable and must be able to demonstrate effective spending and impact across the school. The Department of Education requires schools in receipt of the funding, to publish evidence of their annual spend and its impact:

Annual Spending Report (2015-16)

Annual Spending Report (2016-17)

Annual Spending Report (2017-18)

Annual Spending Report (2018-19)   

Annual Spending Report (2019-2020) 

At Burnt Ash Primary, we recognise the lifelong impact of sport, as well as a healthy diet, to the future well-being of children. This is supported by government and independent research which conclude that an innovative and varied PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities, have a positive influence on the concentration, attitude and academic achievement of pupils.

  • Policy Documentation

Physical Education Policy (Updated December 2016)

  • Community Club Links

Local Community Sport Club Links

  • Benefits of Positive Active Healthy Lifestyles

Exercise Is Crucial To Help School Children

How Physical Exercise Makes Your Brain Work Better

Outdoor Learning Boosts Children's Development

  • Importance of Physical Education & Sport

Educational Excellence Everywhere

HM Government Childhood Obesity Report

Sporting Future: A New Strategy For An Active Nation

Towards An Active Nation (Sport England)

  • Endorsement of Best Practice (afPE)

afPE's Physical Education Declaration

Definition of Physical Activity; PE & School Sport

Importance of PE (Leaflet)

Importance of PE (Poster)

Outcomes of PE Poster

Preventing, Informing, Educating (P.I.E)