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Ambler is committed to encouraging pupils to follow an active and healthy lifestyle. We believe skills learnt through sports, including competitive and team sports, instil qualities such as resilience and determination that support children to navigate their way through life.

School Sport and P.E. Plans

In 2016/17, Ambler intends to spend P.E. and School Sport money to meet the following objectives:

    • To continue to provide children with a range of extra-curricular clubs, adding new clubs to the school to provide more opportunities for targeted groups of pupils (inc. fencing and fitness to dance)
    • To improve the sporting resources available at Ambler by adding new areas for P.E. – including a new netball court.
    • To continue to provide our staff with high quality continuing professional development to support and develop them as P.E. teachers.
    • To take part in more sporting competitions both across the borough and nationally – particularly in Key Stage 1.

To read the full ‘School Sport and PE Plan’ for 2015-16 please just click here, or you can also look at previous versions in the archive below.

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Sports Premium Funding

The government has given all state primary schools additional funding to improve provision for P.E. and sport. The funding is ring-fenced and can only be spent on the provision of P.E. and sport but schools are free to choose how to spend it.

At Ambler we aim to use the Sports Premium in accordance with our sports ethos. We also seek to use it to ensure that all children have access to affordable, specialised sports training (such as gymnastics or karate) and to make sure that the activities we offer are as inclusive and varied as possible. Our key aims this year are:

  • to combat obesity and
  • to get more girls into sports

To read the full ‘School Sports Premium Funding Report’ please just click here.

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