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School Sports Funding

Click on the link below to find out how we spend our School Sport Funding, the impact this has had and our plans for this year.

Sport Funding Report 2016 17 & 2017 18 Plan

PE and sport has increased in profile significantly at Lambley Primary School over the past few years and is held in high regard by staff and pupils. Our PE developments began in 2013 and have been further enhanced by the introduction of the PE funding in 2013. This funding has been a key element in providing the pupils at Lambley Primary School with a good quality PE education and competitive sports becoming a key element of school culture.

Lambley Primary School PE and Sports Facts:

  • 2013- 2014 – 3 sports teams (football & 2x Sports Hall Athletics)
  • 2014- 2015 – 6 sports teams (cross country, swimming & netball added)
  • 2014- 2015 – 55% of year 5&6 pupils representing school
  • 2014-2015 – 50% of year 6 & 80% of Y5 pupils attending an after school sports club
  • 2015- 2016 – 8 sports teams (basketball & Boccia added)
  • 2015 – 2016- 89% of year 5&6 pupils representing school
  • 2015 – 93% of Y6 & 100% of year 5 pupils attending an after school sports club
  • Autumn 2016- Y3 pupil awarded Gedling Young Sports Personality of the Year & Y6 pupil awarded Young Sports Leader of the year 2016.
  • 2016- 2017- 10 sports teams (tag rugby & handball added)
  • 2016 – 2017- 85% of year 5&6 pupils representing school
  • 2016- 2017 – 100% of Y6 & 93% of year 5 pupils attending an after school sports club
  • Links created with sports clubs (Robin Hood Gymnastics & Whiz Kids Mini Basketball)
  • 2017 – 43 children represented school
  • 2017 -2018- 13 sports teams (Y3 football, girls football & pop lacrosse added)
  • 2017- 2018  – Target 100% of year 5&6 pupils representing school
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