Plaistow Hill Primary and Nursery School

Plaistow Hill Infant and Primary School

Everyday my daughter is very eager to tell me what she has learnt and is always excited to be going to school

Year 2 Parent

  • "Staff are kind, calm and encouraging - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "Children flourish in an environment of genuine warmth and care - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "Pupils in Key Stage 1 are confident, listen to each other, share and take turns - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "Parents and carers praise the work of the school - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "One parent expressed the view of many with the comment 'the atmosphere and attitude of all the staff is incredible' - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "The outdoor learning environment is used effectively to help children co-operate with each other and practise their number knowledge and skills - Ofsted, April 2022"
  • "Pupils are happy at Plaistow Hill Infant and Nursery School - Ofsted, April 2022"
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 PE Vision Statement


Plaistow Hill believes that Physical Education plays an essential role in children's development. We aim to have a fun and challenging PE curriculum that engages all children. We will provide lessons focused on the fundamentals of movement (Agility, Balance and Coordination) allowing children to practise and master these key skills. PE will encourage children to challenge themselves, work as a team and build positive attitudes towards PE. Children will be given opportunities to experience many different sporting activities in lesson time and for extra-curricular clubs.

 

We want every Plaistow Hill child to:

 

What is school sport funding?

The government has provided funding of £150 million per year for the last few academic years to provide new and substantial primary school sport funding. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school headteachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

Click here for the Department of Education link to the PE and sport premium for primary school information page

Plaistow Hill Evidencing Primary PE and sport funding 2023

Proposed spending for 2023-24