Friday, 17 October 2014

Olympic legacy funds are helping primary school pupils, says inspectorate

New funding for primary schools is improving children’s PE skills and participation in sport, a new Ofsted report says today.

Ofsted undertook this survey of 22 schools previously identified as performing well in PE. It evaluates the effectiveness of the Primary PE and Sport Premium, which the government introduced to all primary schools in England in 2013 to build on the 2012 Olympic legacy. School leaders are able to choose how they spend their funding as long as it improves the quality and breadth of PE and sport.

from Ofsted - News

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