Sports and Physical Education at Thurleigh
We are proud to have achieved 'Silver Sports Mark'
Our wide provision includes:
Sports lessons taught by sports coaches
Multi-skills Clubs
Ball skills Clubs
Summer Swimming lessons at Splash Pool
Inter School competitions and festivals for Key Stages 1 & 2  
County wide competition 
Sports Day
Dinner time activities / equipment
5 A Day TV
Sports Premium Grant Expenditure 2016-2017
The total PE and Sport Premium allocation for 2016-17 of £8240 was used towards the funding of the building of the new purpose built Sports Hall.
The impact of the Sports Hall is linked to Indicator 1 –‘The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least of 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school.’
The children now have a larger space during Breakfast Club and After School Club and can engage in activities such as ‘Just Dance’ and parachute games. The after school club leaders can plan and deliver a more exciting range of activities that will contribute to achieving indicator 1. This in turn impacts positively on behaviour and attitude. In addition, external providers, such as Bedford Blues Rugby Club and Premier Sports Archery, can now teach in an environment that contributes to higher quality outcomes for children.
Key Actions Taken
Actual Outcomes
Actual Cost
Impact (school, staff, pupils) with Evidence
Sustainability/next steps
New build of purpose built sports hall
Higher quality PE lessons delivered.
Increased opportunities for structured breakfast/after school club activities.
More children being active in breakfast/after school club.
Improved standards in PE
Improved behaviour and attitudes to PE throughout the school. (reported by staff, both internal and external).
New rota of activities implemented in October by After School Club leader.
Whole staff inset on improving standards in PE. Best use of space available
Sports Premium Grant Expenditure 2015-2016   
Grant Income £8,249 this year our grant is ring-fenced to be included in the funding to build our new sports hall facility, this exciting project will enable us to widen the variety of indoor racquet sports we can play as well as giving us a purpose built space for indoor sports that will benefit all our pupils and the community. 
Sports Premium Grant Expenditure 2014-2015
Grant Income £6,829 enabled the school to realise the possibility of making an all-weather sports suitable surface on our school field, a total of £25,000 has been invested to create this long term benefit to all, school and community and enabling us to 'play fair' in competition.