Sports, Fun and Fitness
At Abingdon Primary School we aim to provide a broad and balanced physical education programme. Our aim in teaching P.E. are that all children will: 1. Develop confidence and competence in a range of activities and skills. 2. Acquire a positive attitude towards and an enjoyment of physical activity. 3. Engage in competitive sports and activities. 4. Begin to see physical activity as part of a healthy life style. 5. Be able to take part in physical activity for sustained periods of time. 6. Learn to work in co-operation with others.
We seek to do this through our planned school curriculum programme, the broad enrichment activities available in our out of hours programme and engaging with world, national and local campaigns to keep sport and healthy lifestyles at the core of our families values.
You can catch up with some of our sporting events by following this link to our schoolgames page and sports blog: https://www.yourschoolgames.com/ops
We provide a range of extra-curricular activities and try to have as many children involved as possible. Most clubs take place immediately after school, starting at 3.05pm and finishing at 4.00pm. Club activities can change from term to term and over the year have included the following:
- Football (Y5/6)Boys & Girls
- Football (Y3/4) Boys & Girls
- Tag Rugby
- Kwik Cricket
- Running Club / Fitness
There are also other clubs available onsite at various times of the year, organised by other providers.
Primary School Sport Premium Funding
Government funding is provided annually to develop PE, School Sport and Physical Activity in all primary schools, (Primary Sport Premium Funding). Abingdon Primary School received £9,650 for the 2014/2015 academic year and have received £9,070 for 2015/2016 academic year. We have considered carefully how to utilise this funding to improve teaching and learning in PE across the school and impact on the pupils within our school. We believe that the Sport Premium funding should support three key areas; physical education, healthy, active lifestyles and competitive school sport.
Click HERE to view our planned Sports Premium expenditure
Click HERE to view our review and impact report for the Sports Premium spending 2017/18
Click HERE to view our PE Action Plan.
Click HERE to view our planned use of the Sports Premium Funding.
Click HERE to view our Sports, fun and fitness gallery!
Click HERE to view our P.E skills progression
Here are some montage videos of our latest events, enjoy!
Tour de Yorkshire 2016:
Dance to the beat:
Bikability and den building:
Here are some useful links relate to Sport, Fun and Fitness within Middlesbrough:
http://www.tennisworld.me.uk/ Tennis World
https://www.everyoneactive.com/centre/middlesbrough-sports-village/ Middlesbrough Sports Village
http://middlesbrough.play-cricket.com/ Middlesbrough Cricket Club
http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/middlesbroughrufcminis-juniors Middlesbrough Rugby Club
http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/acklam/ Acklam Rugby Club
http://www.middlesbroughac.org.uk/ Middlesbrough AC (MANDALE)
http://www.teesvalleymohawks.com/ Tees Valley Mohawks
http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/grangetownnetballclub/ Grangetown Netball Club
http://www.middlesbroughasc.org.uk/ Middlesbrough Swimming Club