Sport at St Aidan's
At St Aidan’s Primary School, there is a variety of sporting opportunities available. Each year, we participate in the following activities and competitions: cricket, cross country, football, netball, rounders, sports hall athletics, summer athletics and dodgeball. Various after school clubs help train the children to participate in the competitions and be selected for the teams.
We are proud of our sporting achievements. The school believes that competitive sport is important and that children learn to both win and lose in the correct manner. At St Aidan’s, we believe that sport and physical activity is for everyone regardless of ability, sex, race, or disability. PE and Sport in school allows us to promote and develop teamwork, strong ethics, continual enhancement, inclusion and inspiring potential. We provide sporting opportunities for all our children whilst encouraging and developing our elite and talented pupils.
PE and Sport Premium at St Aidan's Primary School –
A Church of England Academy.
The government has announced new funding for school sport and Physical Education equalling £150m over two years nationally. At St Aidan's we received £8760 in 2016/17.
Click on the document below to find out how we intend to spend our allowance this year.
The Sports Grant is given to school to promote physical education and competitive sport. This is a report on how we spent the grant in 2015/16 and the impact it has had on the school.
This is a report on how we spent the grant in 2014/15 and the impact it has had on the school.