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P.E. & Sport

Westdene P.E. Kit

Plain white T-shirt. A Westdene School P.E. polo shirt can be bought from www.yourschooluniform.com if you wish, although this is not compulsory.

Plain blue or black shorts.

Suitable sturdy trainers for outdoor P.E. and games.

In the colder months, it is important that the children are dressed appropriately for outdoor P.E.  They can wear black or blue tracksuit trousers and a plain jumper.  No hoodies, cardigans or emblems.

Please label all school uniform with your child's name.

Please ensure your child has a named water bottle.


Impact of the School Sport Premium at Westdene Primary School: 2018 - 2019

Westdene Primary School believes that pupil’s regular participation in physical education plays a vital role in their overall development and is an important factor in maintaining our children’s well-being. Sport has the amazing capacity to improve children’s self-confidence and allows them to accomplish great things outside of the class room. This helps to form well rounded individuals in our student body, who understand that regular exercise and healthy eating are important factors to a healthy and happy lifestyle.


At Westdene, we are continuing to implement the PE and Sports Premium funding to extend and enhance school sport provision and build capacity amongst the staff team. The Sports Premium funding has enabled us to offer further enrichment opportunities for our pupils and we are proud of the extensive programme of activities on offer to children throughout the school year, before school, during the day and after school. The funding has enabled us to provide specialist provision and offer professional development opportunities for teachers to ensure quality teaching and learning.


In addition to our broad and balanced PE curriculum which covers the statutory needs of the National Curriculum, our extra-curricular activities allow a large percentage of the school population to take part in new and popular sports before and after school.

See the full impact report by opening the pdf below.

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