Sports premium is money provided by the government. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE they offer. Schools can use the funding to develop or add to the PE or sport that they currently provide. Or they can use it to build capacity in school to make sure that there are benefits to the children who will join the school in future years.
Our plan explains our priorities and spending for the current financial year
A team of Y3,4,5 and 6 pupils took part in the Rural Cross Country Tournament. The races were a real test of their resilience and sportsmanship but every child pushed themselves to the limit! A proud representation of Smannell and Enham School. Overall, we took home 3rd place in the girl’s Y3/4 and Y5/6 races and as a school, we came 1st in the Y3/4 boys and girls! Amazing - well done to everyone. Also, a massive thank you to the mums and dads that came to support the team. Big up to Smannell 🏆
The school has recently had a notable amount of success in Tag Rugby. In 2016 Our Year 5/6 team were runners up in the Andover tournament, this resulted in them being invited to the Overton tournament which they won. As a result of this they were invited to participate in the Hampshire Schools Games at Aldershot. We think this is quite an achievement for a school of our size and is due to the introduction of TAG Rugby in the curriculum and as a club. Of this team 60% attended the school'sTag Rugby club.
Sports Day 2017
Sports Premium was used to partially fund our summer sports day. We set out to give children experience of a wider range of sports. Specialist coaches taught our children skills in javelin, archery, tri-golf as well as ultimate frisbee.