PE is taught through the National Curriculum at Belvoirdale. All of our teachers are highly skilled in delivering a diverse curriculum of sport and healthy activities through bespoke lessons and through active classrooms.
All year groups have two sessions of PE each week. Swimming is available to every child in every year group throughout the year.
Belvoirdale employs a specialist sports apprentice to enhance the PE provision. The sports apprentice is a role model to all children and supports the delivery of PE lessons in the afternoon curriculum, as well as providing training and advice to staff and running lunch time and after school activities.
Competitions and Awards
Belvoirdale Primary School has achieved the Silver Games award standard. This is a national award and recognises the level of participation and competitive activities that the school has undertaken in the school year.
Sport Premium The Government Primary Sports Premium Grant is allocated to schools to enhance, promote and educate young people about the benefits of sport and leading a healthy lifestyle. This includes mental health and well-being as well as physical health and well-being.At Belvoirdale, PE and promoting a healthy way of life is an integral part of our own bespoke curriculum. For a breakdown of how we spend our grant, please see Sports Premium under the information section of this website
Belvoirdale Primary School is a member of the North West Leicestershire School Sports Partnership (NWLSSP) which was formed in 2005 as part of the Government’s plan to create 450 SSPs across England.
The NWLSSP currently has 43 member schools of which 36 are Primary Schools, 6 Secondary Schools and 1 is a Special School. All of the schools buy into the NWLSSP on an annual basis in return for various services that you can find out about here.
The NWLSSP works with and on behalf of its member schools to develop high quality PE, school sport and physical activity for all pupils within its schools. We work with and are supported by a number of national, regional and local partners to achieve this. More information about are partners can be found here.
In 2015/16 the NWLSSP saw:
To Find out more about the NWLSSP please contact Stuart Johnson: firstname.lastname@example.org
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