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PE at Wallsend Jubilee

What we offer ...

At Wallsend Jubilee Primary School, we provide a physical education curriculum of games, gymnastics, swimming, dance and athletics based lessons which are in line with the National Curriculum. This enables each child to develop their movement, skill, balance and  co-ordination as well as self confidence in the subject area. Our curriculum provides a progressive plan throughout each year and in subsequent years of a child’s primary education. Each child is given the opportunity to develop their competitive skills by engaging in both inter and intra school competitions.

Our future focus is to further develop the teaching of PE and to continue to deliver a broad and balanced programme, as well as extending the out of hours learning opportunities which will be linked to the wider curriculum in order to enhance learning for all participants.

Physical Education

Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle Day April 3rd 2017

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Extra-Curricular Physical Development Activities

We currently offer a range of extra-curricular sports for all age groups across the school. This provides the opportunity for our pupils to experience and be engaged in a range of sports and help to kick start a healthy active lifestyle. We expect that through engagement in extra-curricular activities they will further develop their knowledge, understanding and skills in a wider variety of sporting areas.

Congratulations Ramsay and Lola for being our Judo Year 3 and 4 best boy and girl 2017.

Judo 2017


Sport Premium Funding

What is Sports Premium?

The government is providing £150 million per annum until 2016 to provide new and substantial funding to improve the quality of PE, sport and healthy active lifestyles for all primary aged pupils. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport and will see money going directly to primary schools.

Note: Funding for PE is allocated from the start of each financial year in two parts (payable in approximately September and March each year).  At this point, half of the allocation for 2015-16 has been received.

It is expected that our school will see an improvement against the following:

  • ·         the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activities- kick start healthy active lifestyles
  • ·         the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  • ·         increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • ·         broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • ·         increased participation in competitive sport

More Information about Sports Premium

If you would like to find out anymore information about how the Sports Premium is being spent within our school, please click the links below. 

2013/2014 Sports Premium Expenditure