2022 - 2023
|Coaching / teaching||£2500- 100 hours at £25 per hour||Specialist sports coaching and teaching for all year groups|
|Coaching / teaching
|Coaching / teaching
|Towards the cost of resources and maintenance of school pool
To install small air source heat pump to run air handling unit.
|6 hours x two people @£25 per hour- £300||Year 2 – 6 planning and specialist supervision of swimming galas.
|Extra supply cover that sports teachers/coaches can accompany teams to competitions in all year groups||£375||KS2 Cross country x 5.5 days|
|£450||KS1/2 Athletics x 3 days|
|£300||Inclusive games supply cost|
|£400||KS1/2 Football x 1 day tournament plus 10x £25 per game.|
|£150||KS1/2 Multi skills x 1 day|
|£300||KS2 cricket x 2 days|
|£300||KS2 rugby x 2 days|
|£400||KS2 netball x 1 day plus 10x £25 per game|
|£75||KS2 Tennis x ½ day|
|£75||KS2 Indoor rowing x ½ day|
|3x days out at county finals
4x days at District finals
|Staff PE training||£150||Essex PE meetings- 2 sessions
2 sessions training for all teaching staff
|Improve netball facilities||£500||New posts and new pads|
|To ensure basketball facilities are safe and allow for maximum numbers.||£2500||New basket ball posts and pads|
|To build a dance studio/ hall extension so that indoor PE is not impacted by adverse weather
Also new fence around astro to make PE safer and increase astro area available- £5000
School input- £17090
Impact of sports premium on our pupils
We have quality PE lessons that pupils engage with and enjoy. One hour of PE is taught by qualified teachers who are PE specialists. The other is taught by the class teacher. The outcomes of the 2016 SHEU survey reflect this:
- 100% of boys and 100% of girls said they enjoy PE either a lot or quite a lot.
- 100% of pupils also responded that they enjoy sport outside of school and 88% of boys and 96% of girls responded that they enjoy sport quite a lot or a lot.
- 87% of boys and 88% of girls reported that they exercised at least 3 times last week to get out of breathe. The national figures are 74% and 72%
- 75% of boys and 58% of girls responded that they were active for 1 hour or more in the last five days the week before. The national figures are 27% and 20%
We have a variety of clubs and sports running throughout the year. These include rugby, netball, fencing, archery, basketball, cross country, cricket, athletics, football, tennis and gymnastics. 95% of the children who can attend extra curricular clubs do with the most popular being cross country where over 100 children attend each week. Click here to see the list of current clubs
Below is a list of our successes in 2022-2023
Until the pool is finished children in year 6 swim for a term working on strokes and also lifesaving.
Competitive Sport 2022-2023
The children play regular competitive sports matches against Primary schools in the District.
St.Peters are affliated to the Shenfield Sports Partnership (SSP) who provide weekly sports tournaments for primary schools in Brentwood & Shenfield.
St.Peters, also compete in Sports competitions organised by the District – Athletics, Swimming, Netball, Cross-Country & Triathlon.
For all tournaments, we enter as many teams as we are allowed, to ensure as many children as possible are able to compete.
St.Peters hold Inter-House Competitions in Football, Tag-Rugby, Basketball, Athletics where every child takes part, Led by House Captains
St.Peters were awarded the Gold Sports Award in 2023
Below is a list of our successes in 2022-23
Children from St.Peters represent our school at various events aimed at widening participation in Sport including the Brentwood School Games & events involving sampling Paralympic Sports.
Active Kids Festival
Termly 10 different children are selected from Year 4 and 2 year 6 students to attend this event.
All the children take part in small –sided competitive games
The 2 Year 6 students are Young Leaders at these events.
Children from St Peter's represent our school at various events aimed at widening participation in sport including the Brentwood School games and events involving sampling Paralympic sports. For all tournaments we enter at least 2 teams to ensure that as many children as possible are able to compete. In the recent Shenfield Cup, every single boy in Y5/6 was able to play in the football tournament.
8 children from Yr 4/5
2023 Successes and competitions
- Participated in inclusive games
- Hockey competition competitions
- Cross country-3-6 competitions
- Interhouse netball, rugby and football- 3-6
- Cricket year 2 and 5 and 6 competitions
- Football year 1-6- boys and girls
- Boccia- SEND event
- Dance festival
- Girls football year 3 and 4
- Multi skills event
- Quad kids 1-6
- Rugby competitions
- Triathlon competitions
- Swimming competitions
- Specialist cricket coaching for year 3.
- Basketball competitions
- Archery competition
- Outdoor and adventurous trips for year 2-6
- Indoor athletics
- Sports day for all year groups
- Football- all year groups
- Fencing- various years
- Cross country
- Netball – various years
- Rugby- 1-6
- Basketball – various years
Cross country year 6 boys
Year 6 rugby county runners up
Essex High 5- 5th place in Essex with a year 5 team ( year 6 competition)
- Hi 5 netball
- Cross country- year 3,4 and 6
- Quad Kids year 2 and year 3 and 4
- Swimming- year 6 boys
- Shenfield Cup- football
- Langhelt cup- football
- Tennis year 3
District runners up
Boys football- year 6
Dodgeball year 5/6
Hockey- year 5/6
Sports hall athletics girls and boys year 5 and 6
Year 2 five aside football
Third place year 6 cricket.