An amazing use of

Sports Premium
Funding

Are you looking for something truly unique to spend your sports premium funding on? You're in the right place.

As you will know, primary schools receive specific government funding called the ‘PE and Sports Premium’ from the Department for Education. The funding aims to help improve the quality of PE teaching and sports opportunities in primary schools. As well as improve the health and well-being of children through engagement in a high quality PE sports and fitness curriculum. And we think we can help you do all that.

Don't just take our word for it

Our freestyle football workshops amaze inspire drop jaws

We couldn't be happier with everything that Jamie gave to our school. From the get go the children were hooked on Jamie's freestyling abilities. He conducted himself with such a professional but fun manner in which the children gave him their full attention and were all invested in the workshops. Jamie is a very skilled and talented individual who has offered our school something that no one else has done before. We are most definitely going to get Jamie back into our school in the near future. For all other schools, I would most definitely recommend him. Thank you for such a fun day, the children and staff have not stopped talking about it. Sports premium funding extremely well spent.

Mr Olde, Wenlock Church of England Junior School, Bedfordshire

Sustainable and engaging

Making the most of your sports premium

At Freestyle Football Workshops we understand that your sports premium funding is a precious commodity. Ensuring that you spend your money wisely and make the very most from any investment is critical. Building capacity and capability within your school to ensure that how you spend your money drives sustainability and that it will benefit pupils joining the school in future years is also a key aspect. And we think we offer just that. 

How freestyle football workshops meet the PE and sports premium five key indicators

The Department of education sets out five key indicators to secure improvements across schools. And we think that we help meet each and every one of them. But you don’t just need to take our word for that, see what our schools think.

Engagement

Of all pupils in regular physical activity, for example by encouraging active play during break times and lunchtimes

Throughout the day, Jamie worked with each class it was great to see so many of our learners having a great time and then going on to want to practise these skills at break and lunch.

Mr Baxter, Gosberton Academy, Spalding

The profile

Of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement

The children and staff had a fantastic time and were in awe of Jamie's talent. Parents commented on how their children had loved the workshop and "practised the tricks all evening." A great way to promote health and fitness in school.

Miss Farrow, Donington Cowley Endowed Primary School, Lincolnshire

Increased confidence

As well as knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport, for example by using specialists to work alongside teachers to enhance or extend current opportunities offered to pupils

I cannot thank Jamie enough for such a brilliant day. All the children absolutely loved him and were blown away by how amazing he was during the assemblies. The children left every workshop absolutely 'buzzing' and saying how 'awesome' he was. Every child was engaged in the workshops and Jamie was wonderful with the children.

Miss Whitehead, Somerford Primary School, Dorset

Broader experience

Of a range of sports and physical activities offered to all pupils, for example by introducing a new range of sports and physical activities to encourage more pupils to take up sport and physical activities

Some of our pupils, who don't particularly like football, were fully engaged within the sessions and displayed a real sense of achievement when they managed to learn a new skill.

Mr Hughes, Backworth Park Primary School, Newcastle

Increased participation

In competitive sport, for example by increasing and actively encouraging pupils’ participation

This workshop was fantastic. Jamie was amazing with the children and all the children were so engaged and engrossed in watching and learning from Jamie. Jamie's perseverance and determination has rubbed off on the children as they have been practicing the skills ever since. Highly recommend!

Miss Gratton, Ranelagh Primary School, Ipswich

Help create engaged and excited pupils

Use your sports premium to book a workshop

If you are ready to book your workshop, or indeed you’d like to find out more about Freestyle Football Workshops, then you can do that by following the link below to get in touch.