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Curiosity Growth Resilience.

Welcome back........ The children have all made a fantastic and settled start to the new school year

PE & sports

Purbeck Schools' Sports Awards 2017

We are extremely proud to say Congratulations to Jayme, Isabella and William  who were nominated for the Purbeck Schools' Sports Awards.  They were presented their award by Kate Grey Paraolympic swimmer and sports broadcaster for the BBC, at a ceremony on Wednesday evening at the Purbeck School.  Jayme, Isabella and William were nominated by School staff for their constant engagement and attitude in PE and the positive impact they have on our School. We look forward to seeing who next years nominations will be.




Sports Premium planned spend 2017-18

The sun shone for Year5/6 Quad Kids Athletics - 75m sprint, vortex howler throw, standing jump and 600m

Year 3/4 Golf Festival - We came 1st!! We're off to the next round at Bryanston School!

Year 1 Gymnastics Club - Lead by two of our very inspiring Bronze Ambassadors!

Year 4/5/6 Swimming Gala - we came 2nd overall in all Year groups.

Year 4/5/6 Swimming Gala - we came 2nd overall in all Year groups. 1
Year 4/5/6 Swimming Gala - we came 2nd overall in all Year groups. 2

Poole in the pool!

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Year 5/6 Hockey Festival


An excellent performance for the Year 5/6 Hockey festival today. Excellent team work and skills were shown by all players.

Weymouth Class - Swimming Spring 2

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Netball and New Hoodies!

We were the first team to wear the new sports hoodies bought by the PTA! As you can see they look really smart, but we had to take them off as it was too hot!

Year 3/4 Tag Rugby Festival at Purbeck School



Purbeck School put on a fantastic Tag Rugby Festival for the Year 3/4 children.  We spent the first hour learning skills and practicing throwing and catching the ball.  Then we played three matches.  We won, two and lost one.  Most importantly we had a great time and showed great team spirit!




We are road ready!!!  Year 5/6 had the opportunity to complete the Bikeability road safety course - we all passed Level 1 and 2!




It’s Time For … A Mile-a-Morning! 



Bovington Primary School is going to be introducing a Daily Mile!


The aim of the Daily Mile is to improve the physical, emotional and social health and wellbeing of our children – regardless of age or personal circumstances. You will probably be aware of recent concerns around physical inactivity and childhood obesity. As they go through Primary school, many children put on weight and, across the UK, around 30% of children in their final year at Primary are categorised as overweight or obese. Experts have described this as an epidemic and a crisis that must be tackled before it is too late. So far, no approach in the western world has made any difference, with millions of pounds spent on schemes which have had no lasting impact - and the situation continues to worsen.


So we are going to take action! As soon as the gates open in the morning, we will be encouraging our children and their parents / carers to walk / run / jog a mile around the school grounds (for 15 minutes) lead and guided by our School Bronze Ambassadors. Once the 15 minutes is up, the bell will ring and the children will head into their classes. Some children may go further, some may not get very far – the emphasis is on participation, enjoyment and growth mindset. There will be no need to change into P.E. kit as it is done in school uniform. We may not be able to do this in extreme weather but we will try to do it as often as we can.


The aim is to improving not only the children’s’ fitness, but also their concentration levels, mood, behaviour and general wellbeing. It is an initiative that has been adopted by over 1,000 schools across the U.K. It is not PE, sport or cross-country but a physical activity which is aimed at improving the children's physical, social, emotional and mental health and wellbeing. It can help children to focus and concentrate in the classroom and raise their attainment.


As a school we are really excited about this new initiative and we are looking forward to the benefits it will bring to your child/children. You can find out more about how it works by visiting


As a staff, we hope your children will enjoy the sense of community and team spirit this will bring, as well as the physical benefits. We welcome parents / carers / friends of our children who are dropping off in the morning to join in with our whole school initiate to further promote health and well-being.


Please see the below links for more information on the initiative across the U.K.


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Please read the information below for a comprehensive outline of PE and sport at Bovington Primary School, including details of our PE and Sport Premium Grant and how we allocate the funding.




Purbeck Competions:

Congratulations to our Year 5/6 girls football team who won the football tournament at Purbeck on Thursday and go through to the county final!!



Purbeck Cup:

Congratulations also to our amazing Year 5 / 6 football team who won both matches played this week with outstanding play, fantastic sportsmanship, superb team work and team spirit, as well as 'Curiosity, Growth and Resilience'.

These are the Purbeck Cup results so far:


Bovington Vs Swanage St. Mary's: 11 - 0

Bovington Vs Stoborough: 5 - 4 

Wool Vs Bovington: 5 - 9



The Early Years enjoy physical activity throughout the day

Other News:

We are looking for qualified sports coaches and teachers to run after school clubs for half a term for our wonderful children. If you are interested or know someone who is, please enquire at the office! Many thanks!