Preston North End Penalty Shoot Out
During the October half term 7 children from Year 5 and 6 went to compete in a penalty shoot-out against another school at half time in the Preston North End vs Brentford Match. All the children thoroughly enjoyed watching the game and having the experience of taking a penalty on the Preston North End pitch.
Please read the information below which gives details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.
The government provides additional funding to improve the provision of Physical Education and sport in primary schools.
At Lea, we understand the importance of PE and sport and how it helps the children develop a healthy lifestyle. We aim to provide opportunities for all children to take part in a variety of sporting activities through PE lessons, after school activities and specialist coaching sessions. The leadership team are driving toward outstanding teaching and learning in PE, with high expectations across the school being met by teachers that are confident in the delivery of PE. Combining this with the developing expertise and support of our highly rated sports apprentice, we feel the school is able to offer a fun, diverse and inspiring sports curriculum for the future.
Please follow the link to see how we have invested our funding.
Evaluation of Sports Premium Spending
PE and sport premium for primary schools.
Presentation for a School Assemby Fitness and Determination by Mr R Walmsley
We have become the proud recpients of a rather impressive trophy following the victory of our swimming team who came joint first in our school division at the annual swimming gala. Our team of 8 children, boys and girls from Years 5 and 6, did extremely well, but more importantly they enjoyed every minute of the competition. So well done to our swimmers !
Boys football vs St Anthonys
The boys football team played their league match away at St Anthonys on Thursday 17th March, the 8 boys played extremely well in a highly contested match, narrowly coming out on the wrong end of a 3-2 scorline. However they can be very proud of their performance, and move on to the next match against Ribbleton on Tuesday 22nd.
Girls football vs Fulwood and Cadley
Congratulations, to our year 5 and 6 girls football team who won their second ever match against Fulwood and Cadley. The girls were on the winning side in a 2-1 victory, and put in an outstanding performance. Miss Hodgson was extremely proud of the way that the girls played and conducted themselves throughout the whole game.
Boys football vs Ribbleton
Well done to the boys football team who WON! their match vs Ribbleton 8-0 with goals from 4 different goal scorers including one player who scored 4 (yes 4). The boys put in an inspirational performance, dominating from the first whistle to the last, to seal their first league victory of the year, and hopefully many more to come in the future.