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St Botolph's CE Primary School
St Botolph's CE Primary School

In our opinion as parents, St Botolph’s is an OUTSTANDING Primary School. The entire team of teachers and support staff have continually endeavored to challenge our child and sympathetically support his individual needs. The positive ‘can do’ ethos that exists within this school has facilitated tremendous progress in all aspects of his education….Our son says “I love my school”, that says it all!


Primary PE & Sport Premium

The PE and Sport Premium is additional funding that is given to schools for the purpose of improving the provision of PE and Sports for the benefit of pupils to give them the opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle. 

Please see the reports below which detail the funding received , how it has been spent at our school and the impact it has had so far:

PE & Sports Premium 2018-2019

PE & Sports Premium 2017-2018

PE & Sports Premium 2016-17

PE & Sports Premium 2015-16

PE & Sports Premium 2014-15

PE & Sports Premium 2013-14

We pride ourselves on the extensive range of further sporting opportunities for pupils. Throughout the year, there are many and varied opportunities for children to represent the school in Inter-School competitions. We aim to enter every event possible and to invite as broad a range of pupils as possible to take part.


Swimming - For the academic year 2017-2018 we had 95% of our Year 6 pupils meet the national requirement of swimming 25 metres without any support. Miss Milner was very proud and impressed by the improvements of the Year 6 pupils and how their swimming skills developed over the year.


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