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Pakefield Primary

PE Premium Funding

 At Pakefield Primary School, we receive £20,100 to enhance, enable and enrich the lives of our children by offering them something new, exciting and different in our provision for PE. 

Successes at Pakefield


  • We have achieved the School Games Gold mark for two years running.
  • Participation at tournaments has increased year on year from 2014 – 2019, all children from year 1 represent the school at sporting tournaments.
  • We use our own health and well-being strategy for our children and families to ensure children and adults lead a well balanced lifestyle.  
  • We deliver a wide range of sporting opportunities both through competitive tournaments and extracurricular clubs.
  • Our well established links with ONE life Suffolk help to continue to raise awareness of health and well-being.
  • Parent health and well-being clubs have been introduced to improve engagement.

Clubs children look part in last year included

  • Boxing,
  • Netball,
  • Tennis,
  • Football,
  • Boccia,
  • Rugby,
  • Running club,
  • Skittleball,
  • Matball,
  • Handball,
  • Dodgeball,
  • Health and fitness club, 
  • Paralympics,
  • Cricket,
  • Yoga
  • Hockey,
  • Street dance 
  • One life Suffolk family club. 

 Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety:


66% of Year 6 children could swim using a range of effective strokes, competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left Pakefield Primary School last year. The children could also perform safe self-rescue techniques. 

66% of Year 6 children could use a range of strokes effectively when they left our school at the end of last year. 

39% percentage of our Year 6 children could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations last year.  


PE Premium Impact and Spending Report 


2019 - 2020 PE Report 

2018 - 2019 PE Report

2017 - 2018 PE Report


As it is anti-bullying week word of the week is - CONSIDERATE

Meaning to show careful thought or to take care not to harm others

It comes from:
The Latin, consideratus - to look closely.

Suffix - ly
Prefix - in

Synonym - thoughtful, mindful
Antonym - inconsiderate

Please use this word daily.


Please remember that we are a no nut school. 


Applications for children starting Reception in September 2020 need to be submitted to Suffolk County Council by Wednesday 15th January 2020.  Please visit - www.suffolk.gov.uk/admissions - for more information.