Sport & Physical Education
Lead teacher: Mrs Eadie
The government has chosen to invest in Primary School Physical Education and School Sport for from 2013-2020. They have done this by offering each primary school funding to be spent in any way the school thinks best to improve the teaching and learning of PE and School Sport in their school.
Click the following link to more information about the PE/Sports Government Funding in Primary Schools
Please click the picture below to find out more about how we spend our funding
During 2019/20, at lunchtimes, full time children were able to access Rugby Tots at lunchtimes on a Wednesday. The fun, structured play sessions took children on a journey of sporting imagination with an engaging and energetic coach, Mr Turner, who supported them every step of the way whilst teaching how to catch, pass, kick, run with the ball and play as part of a team.
School Aims for Sport
To enable children to become independently active within the school and community
To develop skills and concepts in relation to physical competence, health and fitness, safe practice, personal and social skills.
Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school, at Prospect Hill Infant School all children participate in physical education and games for two hours a week and the school follows the National Curriculum requirements for Key Stage 1.
After school clubs are run by our own staff and sometimes external coaches. We offer the following clubs at different time of the school year: -
Please see Parents/Activity Clubs section and the school calendar for further details of our current clubs.