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PE and Sport

Sport at Whitstable Endowed School is highly valued and we endeavour to ensure that all children receive a minimum of two hours PE a week.  All of our pupils have recently had a new and exciting scheme of work written for them, which encourages them to carry out a broad and balanced curriculum in PE and incorporates all aspects of the new PE curriculum.

In addition to our PE lessons, we offer a vast range of extra-curricular sports clubs and lunchtime sessions which are led by both our own staff and also a range of sports coaches, to ensure that all children are actively engaged and receive the best teaching possible.  

For the academic year: 2017/18 – Whitstable Endowed’s Primary School allocation is £17,940 (based on pupil numbers as at September 2017).


Proposed expenditure for 2017/18 is approx. £17,890. For more details please see below PE/Sports
funding plan.

2016 - 2017

2016 - 2017


The impact of our overall commitment to sport is evident through our achievements in 2016-2017:

  • 2017 Champions: Boys 'A' Football Team Small School District Football  (Canterbury & Coastal District Competition) 
  • 2017 Runners-up: Girls Football Team Small School District Football (Canterbury & Coastal District Competition)
  • 2017 Champions: The High Five Netball League Winners (Canterbury & Coastal District Competition)
  • 2017 Champions (League and Cup winners): Boys 'A' Football Team (Canterbury & Coastal District Competition)
  • 2017 Runners-up: Girls Football Team (Canterbury District Football League)
  • 2017 5th out of 14 Schools: Y5/6 Athletics team (Herne Bay Sportshall Athletics Festival)
  • 2016 Runners-up: The High Five Netball League Winners (Canterbury & Coastal District Competition)
  • 2016 3rd Place: Basketball Team  (Canterbury & Coastal District Competition)
  • 2016 Runners-up: Boys 'A' Football Team Small School District Football (Canterbury District Football League)
  • 2016 2nd Place: Y5/6 Athletics Team (Herne Bay Sportshall Summer Athletics Festival)
  • 2016 3rd Place: Netball 'A' Team (Netball Tournament at University Kent)
  • Involvement in SSCO tournaments, including Wake-up and Shake-up, gymnastics and tri-golf
  • Establishment of new intra house competitions in school in all year groups
  • Encouraging our gifted and talented children in sport to attend and represent district/county trials.
  • Introduction of a Change 4 Life Club during games' sessions to encourage those less confident in PE and sports.

Overall, 199 children took part in at least 2 hours of PE a week and over 65% of children enjoy extra-curricular sporting sessions in the year 2015-2016.  We hope to increase that % again this year with the introduction of a 'Change for Life' club, which will target those children who are less active.