What is Sports Premium Funding?
The government have provided additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will be allocated to primary school headteachers.
This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £16,000 plus £10 per pupil for years R to 6. Therefore the total budget is £19,500.
At St. Mary Redcliffe C of E Primary we are committed to providing children with opportunities to take part in excellent physical education in school with access to high quality equipment and expert coaching. We aim to offer a diverse range of after-school activities alongside opportunities for our children to compete against others locally and nationally.
Sports Premium Funding
Impact Report Sports Premium 2018-2019
We loved the experience and participating in this great event. Our favourite bit was when we won 5-0 on our first game and we felt proud of ourselves and had courage in the next 4 games. We got into the top 16 which was a great achievement for our team. We loved representing SMR and had an over all great day.
by Amy and Alice
Basketball match report
SMRP Tag Rugby team.
Never has a team looked so serious!
This year the competition was fierce and most games were incredibly close and tense. We played Parson Street, Victoria Park, Four acres, South Street, Birdwell, Ashton Gate and Ashton Vale school. We won 3, drew 2 and lost 2.
We bonded quickly as a team and our defensive line was strong. We have speedy runners on our wing and Jackson and Nojus scored several tries. Lola and Izzy were fantastic at tagging and the whole team worked hard for each other.
Well done to all!
A big thank you to the teachers and parents who came along to support us!
SMRP Tag rugby team
Girls' tag rugby team
SMRP, Yr5 girls participated in a Tag rugby festival at Broad Plain rugby club. We were representing the country Georgia to celebrate the rugby world cup.
It rained and rained and rained. We had the full rugby experience through mud and rainbows!
The girls played several matches and we scored 7 tries. We presented the whole group with certificates in our celebration assembly. A special well done for keeping smiling through our British weather.