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Sports Competitions  & Lunchtime Sports 2018-19

Please find a document below which details all of the festivals and sports competitions we are taking part in this year.

Thankyou to Mr Smith for organising these.

We have also detailed the activities the Sports Leaders are organising each day - these take place on the playground or field.

Our Sports Days on 21st June were a great success. A huge thankyou to the sports leaders at Laughton and also Mr Kay and his team from Dinnington High School. Hydra won both the Foundation and KS1/2 Sports Days. Well done!


Sport Premium Overview

At Laughton Junior & Infant School we believe PE & Sport plays an important role in making our vision statement a reality for every pupil, with the potential to change young people’s lives for the better.

We welcomed the Government’s announcement in June 2013 to provide additional funding to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. We are committed to using this resource in developing high quality PE lessons, alongside greater opportunities for sporting competitions and clubs for all our young people.

So far  we have used the money to attend events such as; basketball, waterpolo, dodgeball, football, orienteering, cross country and hockey.

Please click on the documents below to find out more.

Sports Premium Documents

File icon: pdf School Sports Premium Summary 2014-15 [pdf 12KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Sport Premium Grant 2015-2016 [pdf 74KB] Click to download
File icon: doc School Sports Premium Summary 2015-2016 [doc 47KB] Click to download
File icon: doc Autumn 1 Sports Premium spending 2016-17 [doc 40KB] Click to download
File icon: doc Termly spending (Spring term 2) [doc 38KB] Click to download
File icon: doc Termly spending (Summer Term 1) [doc 39KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf School Sports Premium Summary 2016-2017 [pdf 120KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Termly spending (Summer term 2) [pdf 199KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Sport Premium Grant 2017-2018 [pdf 513KB] Click to download

Pupil Interviews

Do you think it is important to learn swimming and why?


“It’s important as it’s an education and it’s important for our safety.”


“It’s important because if we fell in water and couldn’t swim you’d drown.”


“Helps you to be calmer if you fall in. If you were playing near the sea or a pool and slipped you’d be able to survive.”


Since going swimming do you think your skills have improved?


“I didn’t know I could do a handstand and I can hold my breath for longer.”


“I can swim exactly the same as before but I still enjoy it.”


“I have improved swimming on my back and I’m more confident in holding my breath.”


“I can now swim under the water without holding my nose.”


If you could change one thing about our swimming lessons, what would it be?


“I want more time and to do more fun activities like jumping in, diving for things and handstands.”


“I’d like to do some swimming competitions like races. We could also learn to dive off the diving boards.”


“I don’t like getting changed in front of people, I’d like a private changing room.”


"Can you tell the swimming teachers thank you for teaching us?"


Do you enjoy taking part in football fixtures and why?


“Good as we get to play different teams. I know some people from other teams from Anston Rangers.”


“It’s good to represent the school and it’s good exercise”


“It’s good as we get to experience different positions that we don’t get to play in on a Sunday. I played in the net yesterday.”


If you could change anything about our football league what would it be?


“I’d like to play more home matches so my family can come and watch.”


“We only play 20 minutes each way.”


“I want to see where we are in the league or where the other teams are.”


Children would like an away kit, a football kit in bigger sizes “the kit doesn’t fit me properly”.


“We could have a training day so we can practice properly as a team.”


Does playing in our fixtures inspire you to join a team (if you don’t already) or play more football?


“I like playing football, it’s my hobby.”


“I like it better than playing on a Sunday as there’s less commitment, it’s free.”


“It helped me join a team, I started playing for a team since playing for school.”




South Yorkshire Sport Festival

Our fantastic girls' team - they came 5th!

Our boys' team didn't place this time but they had a great day out at Whirlowbrook Hall and showed team work and resilience.

Pictures from Foundation Stage Sports Day

Griffin House

Phoenix House

Dragon House