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Willesborough Junior School

Sports Funding

Every school receives an annual sports premium from the government. The aim of this funding is to improve PE and sports programs offered by schools. The money allocated to each school is ‘ring fenced’, this means it cannot be spent on anything else. Schools must spend their funding on improving their PE provision. Ofsted report on how the school has spent its funding and the impact this has had on raising standards in sport. Schools are required to publish how their funding has been used along with details of the breadth of the sports curriculum offered by the school.

 Our Key Stage Two Extra Curricular Provision is shown below:

  • Lunchtime Sports Coaching
  • After School Football Club
  • After School Netball Club
  • After School Cricket Club
  • After School Cheerleading Club
  • After School Boccia Club
  • After School Kurling Club
  • After School Athletics Club
  • Enrichment Sporting Days
  • Dance Workshops
  • Orienteering Workshops

WJS Sports premium action plan

WJS Sports Premium Funding and Action Plan 2021/2022

WJS Sports premium funding and action plan 2020/2021

WJS Sports premium funding and action plan 2019/2020

PE Funding Plan for Academic Year 2021/2022

Total Premium £20,790
Total Spent - £20,750

PE Funding Plan for Academic Year 2019/2020

Total Premium £20,790
Total Spent - £20,750

Sports Competitions

Throughout the year, we enter a number of different events and enjoy taking part and playing against other schools. Each academic year we enter a variety of inter school sporting events and competitions, giving children in all year groups the opportunity to participate in both competitive and recreational sport. 

Please keep checking out our website for information about the fabulous activities we take part in, and see photographs of the children enjoying Sport and PE.

Here are some of our recent achievements….

Another great sporting year for the children at Willesborough Junior School. They have taken part in a number of sport competitions including:

  • a Biathlon
  • Sports Hall Athletics
  • Football tournaments for all year groups, including entering two teams into the local school football league for year five and six
  • Tag Rugby
  • Netball tournaments, including entering two teams into the school Netball league
  • District Athletics.

The Willesborough teams had a huge successful year in 2023, picking up lots of trophies which are proudly displayed in our school. We are very proud of the children and their achievements.

Key stage two sporting curriculum coverage