PE and Sports Premium

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Schools are required to publish details of how our PE and Sport Premium funding is invested.

What is the Primary PE and Sport Premium?

The government provides funding to improve provision of physical education and sport in primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in school.

This year all schools will receive a lump sum of £16,000 plus a premium of £10 per pupil thanks to a doubling of the premium monies.

For 2017-18, our grant allocation is £19 600

How will we invest this at Allerton CE Primary School?
At Allerton CE Primary, we have sought to develop PE and Sports over time, having employed a specialist PE coach prior to the PE and Sports Premium grant.

This has enabled up to build capacity and maximise the long term impact of our PE provision for pupils and staff.

In 2016-17, Allerton CE Primary was the most represented Primary school in Leeds, in terms of participation at sporting events.

We saw an increase in individual in school engagement, participation and delighted to see this convert to competition success.


Primary PE and Sport Premium Overview 2017 to 2018

Sports Premium Overview 2017-18


PE Policy
Primary PE Policy 2016 2017

New Whole School PE kit

GSAL July 2015


Extra Curricular Reports

Friday 20th January 2017

What a fantastic morning we had at the ‘Active Schools Inclusive Sports Hall Athletics’.

7 children from Key Stage 2 were selected to take part in a variety or running, jumping and throwing events in what was a really fun packed morning at The John Charles Centre for Sport. The children worked really hard in all of the activities and showed real commitment and determination to succeed. There efforts were not in vain as the team were selected to represent Leeds at the West Yorkshire School Games in Huddersfield on Wednesday 8th March 2017.

A huge well done to all involved.

Friday 20th January 2017 

The netballers suffered a heavy defeat against Holy Rosary Primary School, in what was their first ever league match, and although the score line wasn’t one that we were wanting there were a lot of positives to take away from the match. It was a very shaky start from Allerton C of E Primary School and it was clear from the start that the team were very nervous but as the game progressed they grew in confidence and continued to show real determination throughout the game. I am confident that with a few more games and a bit more training the team will go from strength to strength.

Wednesday 25th January 2017

The Year 6 football team travelled to Hovingham Primary School to play a friendly football match with the idea that it would be good to blow away the cobwebs from the long Christmas break and get them ready for their cup match the following week. The team worked hard and played with real grit and determination but unfortunately they were beaten by a stronger side 3-2.

Tuesday 31st January

25 Year 2 children represented the school in a mini athletics competition which was held at Allerton High School. They were competing against two other schools in the area in a variety or running, jumping and throwing events. The children were a credit to the school and they worked extremely hard in all events, the best bit about it was that they had a smile on their faces from start to finish.

Friday 3rd February 2017

The year 5 football team suffered a cruel defeat to St. Augustines Primary School. It was definitely a game of two halves as Allerton started slowly and found themselves 2-0 at half time, however  they turned it around in the second half and drew level within minutes. Both teams battled it out for the remainder of the half and it looked like it was going to finish 2-2 BUT a brief lapse in concentration saw St. Augustines score with the last kick of the game.

Monday 6th February 2017.

The year 5 football team saw themselves the wrong end of a 3-1 score line!!

The team were fantastic from start to finish and played the best football they have played all year but they just couldn’t put the ball in the back of the oppositions net. It was a really frustrating game for all involved as the team worked so hard but just couldn’t convert their chances. Whilst a win would have been great I am still very proud of the way they played and I am confident that the great performances will start winning them games.

Keep up the hard work!!

Thursday 9th February 2017

The year 6 football team saw themselves knocked out of the League Cup in what was a very bizarre match against Shire Oaks Primary School.

Although the team started slowly and found themselves 2-0 down within minutes  they soon found their stride and adapted their game to the small pitch and went in to the half time break 2-1 down. I was confident that the team would draw level which they did very early in the second half and much the same as the year 5 game they created chance after chance but just could not find the back of the net, and they were punished for this late in the second half when Shire Oaks scored twice in quick succession to win the game 4-2 and proceed in to the next round. A tough lesson learned but again I am confident that the performances will continue to improve and we will start turning the score lines around.

Tuesday 21st February 2017

Year 4 football team go out of the cup on penalties!!

The year 4 footballers exited the cup in the quarter finals in the cruelest way possible by being beaten 3-1 on penalties. The game finished 3-3 after full time and the score line remained the same after extra time, so there was only one thing for it ton decide the tie and that was penalties!!

unfortunately Allerton C of E Primary School lost 3-1. The team played with real heart and having been behind three times in the match they worked incredibly hard to get themselves back in the game and it was a shame to see them exit the cup in such a way. I am confident that they will come back from the defeat and they should be proud of what they achieved and how they played.

Friday 24th February 2017

Netballers back to winning ways.

The netball team put in a truly fantastic performance to beat Bramham Primary School 8-2. From start to finish the team did everything that was asked of them and they played with real confidence and skill.

Monday 27th February 2017

Netballers keep up the winning form!!

The netball team traveled to Harehills Primary School and carried on where they left off on Friday, the team battled the elements to run out 6-0 winners in what was a tough match against a good side. The team are going from strength to strength and it is great to see them get the results that their performances deserve.

Tuesday 28th February 2017

The Cheerleaders wowed the judges to seal the Silver Medal.

Allerton C of E Primary School cheerleading team got their just reward at the Active Schools Cheerleading Tournament held at The Ruth Gorse Academy. The team have been incredibly committed to the training and have been working hard to master their routine and that they did. I was proud of each and everyone of the team and they were a credit to the school and themselves. Well done Team A.C.E!!

Cheerleaders March 2017

Cheerleaders 2

Friday 3rd March 2017

Allerton C of E Primary School come out on top!!

Hockey all March 2017

The Hockey team went unbeaten in the Active Schools Hockey Festival held at Weetwood Sports Centre. After a slow start the team soon found their stride and beat every team that stood in their way. After a tough morining of 7 games in which the team were unbeaten they then progressed in to the semi-final against Alwoodley Primary School who they beat 5-3. By this point the team were full of confidence and went in to the final with only one thing on their mind and that was to win the match and retain the title- and that they did.

The team will now go on to represent Leeds at the West Yorkshire Games on Saturday 25th March 2017.

Friday 20th January 2017

7 children from KS2 were selected to represent Allerton C of E Primary School in the Active Schools Inclusive Sports Hall Athletics Competition which was held at The John Charles Centre for Sport. The children too part in a range of running, jumping and throwing events and they were absolutely fantastic so much so that they have been selected to represent Leeds at the West Yorkshire School Games which will be held in March 2017.

Friday 20th January 2017

The netballers found themselves on the wrong end of an 8-0 score line as they took on a very very strong Holy Rosary and St Anne’s side. The children put up a good fight but unfortunately they were up against a better side. I cannot fault the team for their effort and attitude and I am confident that we will improve on the score line in our next match.

Wednesday 25th January 2017

The year 6 footballers played their first football match of the new year in a friendly against Hovingham Primary School. The team were a bit rusty which was to be expected but as the game wore on the performance got better and better. Although the team lost 3-2 there were a lot of positives to draw from the game and I am sure that the team will get back to winning ways very soon.

Tuesday 31st January 2017

20 Year 2 children participated in an Indoor Mini Athletics event held at Allerton High School. The children competed against two other local schools and whilst the team placed 3rd overall there was only 2 points that separated 1st from 3rd. All involved conducted themselves impeccably and were a real credit to the school and themselves.

Friday 3rd February 2017

The year 5 football team played their first match in over 7 weeks against a very strong St. Augustine’s side. The team started slowly and found themselves 2-0 down at half time, but after a half time chat and a boost in confidence the second half saw the team up their game and draw level after 9 minutes. Some great football was played and the team deserved a draw however it wasn’t to be as St Augustine’s scored the winner with the very last kick of the game.

Whilst all involved put in a good performance a special mention must go to Stefan Robottom who was outstanding in goal.

Tuesday 10th January 2017

The Year 4 footballers put in some fine performances at the Leeds United Foundation 6 a side tournament held at Carr Manor High School. The team worked hard and played some good football in all 6 of their matches. They won 3, drew 1 and lost 2 -most importantly they all enjoyed themselves and showed great team spirit throughout the afternoon.

Thursday 12th January 2017-Leeds Force inspires Year 5 pupils.

13 children from year 5 took part in the ‘Active Schools Come and Try Basketball Session’ lead by Leeds Force. The children participated in a variety of different skills and drills with the evening culminating in some small sided matches.  The coaches and staff were fantastic and the children were engaged active from start to finish- they didn’t want it to end. All involved were absolutely fantastic.

Monday 16th January 2017

The girls’ football team have started the New Year with a bang beating Bramham Primary School 5-2. The team are going from strength to strength and are improving with every game. They are a real credit to themselves and the school and special well done to Toni Barrett who scored 3, Abi Stokes and Sian Bernard who scored a goal apiece.

Wednesday 18th January 2017

20 children from KS1 tested their steal at the ‘Active Schools KS1 Sports Hall Athletics’ event held at Farsley Celtic F.C. The children participated in several track and field events throughout the day. It was a great introduction to the Sports hall athletics concept and all involved showed real talent and determination.  Well done all!


Cross Country, Tag Rugby and Football News from Miss Wright

Monday 28th November 2016.

 45 children took part in the Active Schools annual Cross Country event held at Cardinal Heenan High School. The course was not an easy one, however we had some fantastic results on the day with Stefan Robottom finishing in 13th place in the year 5 boys race, Cheani Williams finishing 11th in the year 5 girls race, Sian Bernard finishing 9th in the year 6 girls race and Sebastian Bryan finishing 10th in the year 6 boys race (each race had approximately 120 + runners).  All participants should be proud of themselves as they were a credit to the school.

X Country Dec 16

Football away day to Rotherham!!

 15 Children from year 4,5 and 6 were selected to represent the school in a friendly tournament held at Wath High School in Rotherham on Thursday 1st December 2016. The children were chosen because of their attitude, commitment, ability and behaviour. It was a fantastic afternoon with both teams putting in some great performances. The children were a real credit to themselves and the school and whilst the results didn’t all go our way, the players worked incredibly hard and gave a great account of themselves.

Rotherham footballers Dec 16

Rotherham footballers 2 Dec 16

Tag Rugby under flood lights

Friday 2nd December 2016.

 Tag Rugby club has been a fantastic club to run this year with the children all giving 100% in every session, and it was a perfect way to end the year with them playing small sided games at half time of the Leeds Carnegie V Bedford Bulls Premier League match. 10 of the children formed the guard of honour at the start of the game and got the opportunity to walk the players out on to the pitch. We then watched the first half with great anticipation before the children were divided up into three teams to play some exhibition games on the pitch at half time. It was a great evening, and a wonderful opportunity for the children to experience playing under floodlights.

Carnegie rugby Dec 16

Carnegie rugby 2 Dec 16


Netballer’s are off to a flying start!

Tuesday 15th November 2016.

The Netballers have been training hard all year and this showed when they took part in the Active Schools Come and Try Netball festival. Both teams went unbeaten in all 4 of their games and all performed really well. There was some great netball played and the children’s attitude, commitment and sportsmanship was exemplary. It was also really nice to see some new faces representing the school team.  A huge well done to all involved.

Netball Dec 16

Girls finish the year in winning form.

Thursday 17th November 2016.

Allerton C of E Primary School hosted both Alwoodley Primary School and Hillcrest Primary School on a very cold and wet evening, however this did not put our girls off as they ran out 6-0 winners against Hillcrest Primary School and 1-0 winners against Alwoodley Primary School. Goals game from Toni Barratt (3) Sian Bernard (2) Ellie May Timms Gale (1) and Abbie Stokes (1). The girls have developed so much over the last term and are a real credit to themselves and the school, they are desperate to learn and have taken on board what they have been asked to do and that reflects in the results that they have had.

The Road to Wembley.

Tuesday 22nd November 2016.

The year 6 football team took part in the Leeds United Foundation Road to Wembley tournament which saw 14 local schools fight it out for a spot in the next round. Unfortunately Allerton didn’t progress any further but they can be proud of the way that they performed and they gave a very good account of themselves.

Year 4 march in to the next round of the Datacable Cup with a tremendous 4-1 win against St. Josephs Primary School Wetherby.

Thursday 24th November 2016.

 Well there’s not much I can say other than what a fantastic performance! The year 4 footballers really did shine, they played brilliant football from start to finish and all involved were exceptional.

Allerton took the lead within the first 5 minutes and there was never any doubt as to who was going to win. It didn’t come easy though as St. Jospeh’s put in a great performance but Allertons work rate, attitude and team work prevailed.

Football Dec 16

Sports Update
The year 6 football team beat Ebor Gardens 7-4 in what was a very entertaining match. It was a great opportunity for Allerton to have a run out after a long lay off and it puts us in a strong position moving in to the next few weeks which are packed full of fixtures.

The Year 5 footballers haven’t had such a great start back after the lay off as they got beaten 4-0 by Immaculate Heart of Mary Primary School and 2-1 by Weetwood Primary School however there are some positives to build on and it is important that we bounce back in our next match and learn from our mistakes.

On Tuesday 8th March 2016 Allerton C of E took part in the North East Leeds Active Schools netball festival at Allerton High School. It had been a while since we had last played a competitive fixture so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect- however both teams played some fantastic netball with the A team winning 5 of their 6 matches meaning they were overall winners of the festival and the B team won 2 drew 2 and lost 2 meaning that they came 5th.

All in all it was a great evening of netball and everyone involved played exceptionally well.

West Yorkshire Games 2016!!

Saturday 12th March 2016 saw Allerton C of E Primary schools hockey team compete in the West Yorkshire Winter Games hosted at Leeds Becket University.

The day started with the opening ceremony where all competitors were introduced to the crowd and entertained by several gym and dance performances before taking part in the BIG warm up!!

Then it was time to get the games under way- our first match saw us beat Walton Primary School (Wakefield) 4-0, followed by another win in our second group match- 2-1 against Newhall Park Primary School (Bradford). The third group game was an incredibly close fought match against Hipperholme Grammer School (the eventual winners) where Allerton were narrowly beaten 2-1 however the team bounced back quickly and went on to win their final group match 3-0 against Ravensthorpe (xxxxxxxxx)

This saw us place second in our group meaning we qualified through in to the quarter finals of the competition, where we faced Horbury St Peters and Clifton C of E Primary School (Wakefield).

The game was a cracking game with very few chances and at full time we were tied 0-0. So it was agreed that the match would be decided by a golden goal- unfortunately the opposition scored first and so we were left to fight it out for fifth spot- which is exactly what the team did.

They picked themselves up from the disappointment of getting beaten and went on to win a further two matches against Northowram Primary School- 2-0 and Brockholes C of E Primary school -4-0 which secured them fifth place over all.

The team performed magnificently and drew comments from several other schools for how well they played and for their sportsmanship, all in all it has been an incredible experience and the players should be extremely proud of themselves.


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Yorkshire Winter Games
Allerton storm into the Yorkshire Winter Games!

On Friday 26th February 11 children took part in the Quickstix Hockey Tournament held at Weetwood Sports Club. 40 teams took part in the competition.

The morning saw both teams play some fantastic hockey with team 1 coming 3rd in there group, qualifying them for the plate competition in the afternoon, and team 2 winning there group, qualifying them for the cup competition in the afternoon.

Team 2 started the afternoon sharply and topped there group again, meaning they progressed into the quarter finals against Alwoodley, which they won 4-1.

The semi final saw us up against a very strong Adel side who we drew 3-3 with in the earlier rounds. However, Allerton came out on top of what was a very close game, and we won 1-0 with the winning goal scored by Sebastian Bryan.
So into the final we went and what a game it was! We got off to a very nervous start, however 6 minutes in we found our stride and it wasn’t long before we took the lead 1-0. This gave us the confidence we needed and the team settled down and went on to win the final 3-0.

All five players were fantastic and got stronger and stronger as the tournament went on.

A special mention must go to Abdul Siddiq who scored 30 goals in the tournament.

The team will now go on to represent Leeds in the Yorkshire Winter Games on Saturday 12th March

Bike library
We took 6 children to moor Allerton library for the launch of a bike library. Children can now borrow bikes for free from the library with their library card. For more information and opening times go to

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Football Round Up
So its been a busy couple of weeks on the football field and our pitch will be the first to tell you that!!

Both the year 5 and year 6 teams have been in action with varying results however the performances have all been fantastic.

The year 5 team had a great win against both Moortown and Weetwood but unfortunately lost to a very strong Immaculate of Heart Team 4-2.

The year 6 team who have been out of action for a few weeks narrowly lost 4-2 to Highfield in what was a very scrappy game and one in which either team could have won.
Shadwell Primary School ran out 2-1 winners in the final game of the year in a game that I believe we deserved to win however credit must go to the Shadwell goalkeeper who had an outstanding game.

The girls football team are going from strength to strength, they competed in the Active Schools 7 a side tournament where they finished 2nd in their group drawing 0-0 with St. Theresas and 0-0 with Tranmere Park and losing 1-0 to Alwoodley.

All in all the teams have shown fantastic character, commitment and determination and at times have played some cracking football. We have defiantly built a strong foundation in which to build on in the New Year.

Well Done all!!

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Cross Country

55 Pupils from year 4, 5 and 6 braved the wind and rain in order to compete in the Active Schools Cross Country event on Monday 30th November. The children did fantastically well and were a real credit to the school – they embraced the conditions and gave it there all. Special mention must go to Cheni Williams in year 4 who came 9th,Ellie May Timms Gale who finished 7th and Sebastian Bryan who came a fantastic 3rd place in the Year 5 Boys race.

A huge well done to everyone that raced, you were all brilliant.

Allerton’s first Tag Rugby match took place against Shadwell Primary School on Friday 4th November- and whilst we lost 6-5 it was a very close fought game with some fantastic individual play as well as some very well executed team play. I believe that with a bit more practice and some more matches we will definitely be a force to be reckoned with.

The year 6 footballers drew 2-2 with Alwoodley in what was by far the most exciting game this year. Allerton were 2-0 up with only 7 minutes of play left when a couple of lapses in concentration allowed Alwoodley to pull two goals back. That said the team played fantastically well with a goal a piece for Tyler Baldwin and Aqif Abdalla. Harley Kirby had his best game of the season so far pulling off a handful of brilliant saves, however it would be wrong to not mention the whole team as they all performed out of their skin.

The year 5 team recorded their first win of the season with a 3-2 win against Meanwood Primary School. It was a very exciting match with Allerton creating the most chances however Meanwoods goalkeeper had a brilliant game and it wasn’t until late in the first half that Allerton scored their first goal with a great strike from Mattias, the second goal came from Zedakiah James however Meanwood fought back and scored two goals in quick succession to make it 2-2 with a minute to go. Allerton did not stop running and on what was a very wet and muddy pitch they kept working hard and they got their reward when Sebastian Bryan scored the winning goal with the last kick of the game.

A second place finish for Allerton Basketballers!!
Wednesday saw 20 children participate in a basketball tournament held at Alwoodley Primary school. Leeds Force who have been delivering our after school basketball sessions organised and ran a mini tournament which saw some brilliant performances by all players. It was amazing to see the children put all of their training in to practice.
Great performances from all involved-WELL DONE!!