Junior School

Developing Successful Lives

PE and Sport Premium

Glebe Sports and Physical Education

We are proud of our sporting achievements and celebrate our successes. We have been Bolsover Schools Sports Partnership Large School Champion Sports School for many years.  

For all our Sports and PE successes, please see Newsletters.


Platinum Award Mark for Sports

We have now achieved the School Games Platinum Mark for Sports in 2018/19 and 2019/20. Thank you to everyone who has supported our sporting activities this year and helped towards our successful application for Platinum. 


Sports Premium

The PE and Sport Premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils. Schools must spend the funding to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their pupils, but they are free to choose the best way of using the money. Maintained schools receive £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil in years 1 to 6 based upon the annual census.


Sporting legacy from the Olympics is promoted though the County Sports Partnerships and the School Games. Glebe Junior School participate fully in all aspects of the local Sports Partnership. Mrs Watson, Y4 Teacher, is the School Sports co-ordinator for South Normanton and Pinxton schools and works across the Bolsover district promoting healthy lifestyle choices. The School Games is a national programme that aims to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive sport and physical activity.


Glebe Junior School Allocation

Our sports premium for 2021/2022 is approximately £20,180.


Spending Allocation for Sports Premium

We have

  • Hired qualified teachers in gymnastics and other sports to work alongside our staff to improve skills.
  • Staff have attended training courses.
  • Taken full part in the Change for Life programme.
  • Hired an additional swimming coach to be in the water to support all children to reach the required standard.
  • Launched and run the Golden Mile to promote fitness and resilience for all.
  • Employed additional playworker to run competitions at lunchtime.
  • Elected House Captains to lead on more inter house competitions in school.
  • Entered all local competitions with staff and children travelling to many sports fixtures.
  • Engaged support for lunchtime clubs including girl’s football, tag rugby, cricket.
  • Utilised in-house expertise to raise the standards of games and PE teaching.
  • Engaged in Boccia to promote sport for disabled children, including visit from Paralympian with all classes.