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Sport at Field End Junior School

Sports Premium

The NHS and our Government are funding part of the Sports Premium fund. The two bodies have combined to work together to help fund this initiative as they’ve concluded, from in-depth, independent research, that children between the ages of 5 and 18 should be doing at least one hour of physical activity a day. One of the aims of the Sports Premium fund is to try and get more children to be more active, more often. Therefore, our school will target the children who have indicated on their questionnaire, who do not do any other physical activity other than their PE lessons, and these children will be invited to attend a lunch-time activity club. This activity club will organise sports activities and exercises which will focus on fun and being active, taking away the competitive nature of some sports, so the targeted group of children can enjoy and participate physical activity at a level differentiated to their needs and enjoyment.

FA Skills Programme

Delivering top class coaching

The FA Skills Programme works in over 1,000 primary schools a year, providing specialist football skills coaching for children and their teachers. Coaches will typically work with a primary school in their county one day a week for the duration of half a term, providing specialist, age appropriate coaching for all ages from Years 1 to 6. The Programme’s revolutionary approach to coaching football skills is truly child-centred, is for all ability levels, and focuses on individual boys’ and girls' learning needs.

This term FA Skills Programme are working with our Year 6 children.  The benefits of the programme are already being seen in the improved skills shown by the children.  Our continuing partnership with the FA Skills coaches is seeing improvement in coordination and basic skills.
Click here to see what FA Skills offer.

Sainsbury's School Games Mark

Field End Junior School Achieves Gold Award

The Sainsbury's School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Schools in England are able to assess themselves across bronze, silver and gold levels of the Mark.

This year we have been awarded a Gold Mark for our commitment.

We had to show evidence to Sainsbury School Games in order to earn the award.  Click here to see how we achieved the Gold Award.

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