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PE and Sport Premium Funding

The government is providing additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Department for Education, Health and Culture and Media and Sport. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this. This year Loders will receive £16,000, plus an additional £10 per pupil.

At Loders we value highly the importance of Physical Education for all our pupils and already provide a curriculum enhanced by a range of extra-curricular activities. Our aims in this area include:

  • Developing fine and gross motor skills/spatial awareness and sports specific skills
  • Developing personal and social skills, such as resilience, teamwork, sportsmanship
  • Developing an awareness of how to keep healthy and stay safe
  • Developing greater levels of fitness and stamina
  • Developing leadership skills
  • Developing tactical awareness
  • Facilitating greater participation in sport in and outside of school

Click here to view Loders Sports Funding 2017-18

Our spending is based on the following aims:

  • Ensure the children have ongoing access to high quality resources and equipment
  • Continued professional development for staff
  • Extend our swimming curriculum
  • Provide more alternative sports across the whole school
  • Ensure that major sporting events are recognised and celebrated in the school
  • Provide opportunities for all of our children to attend sporting festivals, tournaments and experiences beyond the classroom
  • Subsidise transport to ensure children can continue to attend sporting events
  • Provide opportunities for all our children to develop their physical skills and lead increasingly healthy, active lifestyles
  • Actively participate within existing local sports networks

Click here to view 2016 -17 Funding Plan

Click here to view 2015-16 Funding

Announcement

Come and see us on Tuesday 16th October 9.15-11.15am for our open morning.

Wacky Hair Day

15 Oct 2018

We managed to raise an incredible £85 for Weldmar Hospicecare today with our Wacky Hair Day. Tiana and Jamie's granddad is currently being cared for by Weldmar and, as ever, our caring school communit...

Bug Hotel

12 Oct 2018

The children from this week's biodiversity club did an excellent job refurbishing our bug hotel. Hopefully we will see the hotel thriving with all sorts of wild visitors soon!

Play Leaders

11 Oct 2018

Mrs McGrath has worked with some new play leaders this week to relaunch our playground buddies scheme. We've provided new bibs and caps to make them more visible to the other children and they're acti...

River Asker project

04 Oct 2018

Cogden thoroughly enjoyed their river-themed day today with river expert Ian and master storyteller Martin. Ian has been working with villagers over the past few months to monitor some of the local ri...

Mountains in Monmouth

04 Oct 2018

Monmouth Class tried some experiments this afternoon to find out how different types of mountains are formed. From fold mountains to volcanoes, plateau mountains to dome mountains... ask someone in Ye...

Eype busy baking

03 Oct 2018

The school was filled with the delicious smell of baking today as Eype class got busy with some baking.

BSO Live Stream

23 May 2018

All of Key Stage 2 enjoyed a wonderful concert by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra today via a live stream weblink.  After some initial technical issues, everything ran smoothly and everybody was t...

Memories of the war

17 May 2018

Monmouth class were able to find out what it was like to grow up in World War 2 today when Mrs Higgins (Mrs Malyon's mum) visited the class. She shared lots of interesting stories and was accompanied...

Soup, glorious soup!

16 May 2018

Eype class chopped up some carrots, potatoes and squash today to make thir own soup. It was so tasty that some children even came back for a second bowl! Take a look and see what you think... {! gall...

The work of an architect

11 May 2018

Chesil class visited local bridges as part of their topic investigating architecture. Inspired by their vsisit from Seb's dad who is an architect and has designed bridges around the world, Chesil clas...

Springtime lamb

10 May 2018

Eype class enjoyed meeting a lamb brought in by Joseph's mum. At just five weeks old, this lamb is orphaned and has had to be bottle-fed which the children were happy to assist with.  

Entering Narnia

01 May 2018

Monmouth class have been entering Narnia through the wardrobe to enjoy their new class book 'the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'. The children have enjoyed sitting on the snow to listen as the excit...

A trip to the woods

20 Mar 2018

In search of inspiration for a writing task, Chesil class visited the woods in Loders on Tuesday. In her recount Evelyn wrote: On the way there we saw the pigs, then we crossed the slippery brid...

Loders in the snow!

02 Mar 2018

Thankfullly this doesn't happen too often but when it does, it makes a lovely picture. Here is a photo of the school taken on Friday 2nd March when we were closed. 

Welly Walk to Wellplot

27 Feb 2018

On Tuesday, Ms Morgan and Miss Hill braved the cold to take Eype class for a welly walk to Wellplot. It was the first time out and about for 3 of our newer Nursery children. Here are some photos of th...

Bridport's war on plastic begins here

20 Feb 2018

Children from Loders Primary School work with local sculptor Peter Margerum to make art with a message: "Save our seas from plastic pollution" The one-day session, paid for jointly by the school and...

Tractor Visit

02 Feb 2018

As part of their topic ‘On the Farm’, Eype class were delighted when one of the parents drove into the school playground in the biggest tractor most of us had ever seen!  With its back wheels taller t...

The Big Write 2018

29 Jan 2018

Literary talent was on show again last week when the whole school took part in this term’s Big Write. This time pupils were asked to write on the subject of the mysterious well and tunnel that has bee...

Welcome Back and a Happy 2018

02 Jan 2018

School will reopen again on Wednesday 3rd January 2018 at the usual time.  May all the staff at Loders Primary take this opportunity to wish everyone a very happy New Year.

The Christmas Play

15 Dec 2017

By Tristan, Monmouth Class On the 13th of December we performed a Christmas play in Loders church. I was in it and I was a shepherd in the play. My mum and dad saw me on stage. We performed it twice...

The Christmas Dinner

15 Dec 2017

By Haze, Monmouth Class On Wednesday the 13th of December 2017 we all went to the Christmas dinner, which was amazing! I liked all of it but my favourite bit was pulling the Christmas crackers. We al...

The Annual Panto Trip

15 Dec 2017

by Lexi, Monmouth Class On Tuesday 12th of December we went to watch the pantomime ‘Sleeping Beauty’ in Weymouth. We went on a coach to get there. When we got there, we put our bags on the floor and...

Water, Wells and What’s This?

13 Dec 2017

We recently rediscovered the well in the playground. Built sometime in the 19th century, we assume, the well existed before the school was built in the late 1860s, on the site of a farm and farm build...

Washingpool Farm – 20th June 2017

18 Jul 2017

The Seals had lovely a day out on Tuesday 20th to Washingpool Farm. Here’s 6 year old Evelyn’s account of the day: “On Tuesday we all went to Washingpool Farm. When the coach was arriving I was reall...

Year 6 Leavers Event at Salisbury Cathedral

18 Jul 2017

On Tuesday 20th June our year six children travelled with Burton Bradstock Primary School and Thorners Primary School to Salisbury Cathedral for a diocese year six leavers service. In the morning the...

May Fair – Saturday 13th May 2017

18 Jul 2017

The weather was fantastic for the annual May Fair this year. As usual, the children impressed the large audience with their Maypole dancing, and May Queen, Lucy R and May King, Owen S both gave brilli...