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PE and Sport Premium



Central to the successful bid to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in London were the government’s wide-ranging legacy commitments. These included the aim of re-energising school sport, with a focus on competition and creating a sporting habit for life in young people. Schools with primary-age pupils receive an additional ‘PE and sport premium’, which must be spent on making additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of all pupils to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer. Examples of how this funding may be used include:

  • hire of qualified sports coaches to work with teachers
  • providing existing staff with training or resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
  • introducing new sports or activities and encourage more pupils to take up sport
  • supporting and involving the least active children by running or extending school sports clubs, holiday clubs and Change4Life club
  • running sport competitions
  • increasing pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • running sports activities with other schools

At Alverstoke Junior School we understand the importance of all pupils partaking in high quality PE lessons and extra-curricular sports. Our allocated sports premium money helps us to do this. As a school we receive £16,000 plus £10 per pupil each year.

Please click on the link below for details on how our PE and sports premium was spent for the 2017/18 academic year:

PE Impact Statement


Our Sports Blog



Our new Football Kit


Match Report – Alverstoke B vs Grange B

Yesterday (27th October) we played Grange. Me, Ollie, Kashanga and Max all scored two goals. We mostly dominated the gaem and our teamwork was really good. We won 8 nil and were very happy with our performance (particularly the celebration of dabbing)! MR Bland refereed and was also very impressed!

By Finn Kennedy  5S

Match Report – Alverstoke A vs Grange A

On Thursday 27th October we played Grange. It was a close game, with the final score being 3-3. Max scored first, Beau scored second and then Macey scored the third. It was our first draw of the season but we played well and showed great determination.

By Ewan Wakefield 6S

Match Report – Alverstoke A vs Leesland A

On Thursday 6th October we played Leesland. It was a challenge because first, they went 1 nil up. We fought back with Ewan scoring two goals and winning the game for us. We worked well as a team and had a lot of shoots on goal (but their goalie was good).

Well done Alverstoke for winning!

By Beau Liff 6F


Match Report – St Johns B vs Alverstoke B

On Thursday 29th September we played St Johns junior school football team. We beat them 9-0! I score 2, Ollie scored 3, Sam 2, Maxwell 1 annd Finn scored a header. I think we played well as a team all together.

Well done year 5 for all your effort!

By Max Donellan 5J


Match Report – St Johns A vs Alverstoke A

On Thursday 29th September we played St Johns junior school football team. It was our first football match for the A team, I was happy to be chosen as captain. It was a very good start we won 10-0. The goals were scored by Ewan(2), Macey (4), Lewis(1) and I also scored one.

It was a great team performance which included Harvey keeping a clean sheet in his first game for the school team.

Come on Alverstoke!

By Max Stanley 6S

Summer Holidays 2016


During the summer holidays, many children have been invited to have some specialist gymnastics coaching in order to achieve a British Gymnastics badge. There were also children chosen to work with a dance specialist to help record some new footage for The PE Suite.

Monday 18th July


On Monday 18th July, we took part in an event with over 2000 children and adults to celebrate the Rio Olympics by dancing the traditional dance of Brazil.

 9 schools in Gosport took part in this event, congregating at 4 different locations in the area.

 We were joined by Alverstoke Infant School, who congregated on our field to be entertained by our brilliant musicians who performed some fantastic samba drumming to greet all of the dancers as they arrived.

 At precisely 10am we all began our samba dance.

 We have submitted our evidence to the Guinness Book of Records and will hear shortly if we have been successful in achieving the record for the largest simultaneous samba dance.

11th July 2016

Today a group of year 6 children competed in a swimming gala against Leesland Junior School. This involved many different races in all the strokes and culminated in an individual medley showcasing their techniques and skills within breastroke, front crawl, backstroke and butterfly. Well done Alverstoke for winning overall!

7th July 2016

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Also today we took a group of children to the Mountbatten Centre to compete in the Southern Hampshire games. Well done to all that participated particularly those who won a medal (Lizzie Woods, Boys Relay and Girls Relay).

7th July 2016

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The whole school celebrated the sporting year today by taking part in sports day. They competed in many different events including, sack races, sprinting, jumping and throwing. We had a fantastic time and congratulations to Ennis who won overall!6th

6th July 2016


4C today took part in a rounders competition against Leesland Junior School. This involved 4 teams playing each other in a round-robin tournament. Their was some great batting and bowling on show, with a few spectacular catches. Well done Alverstoke A!

26th June 2016

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On Sunday 26th June, 30 children from Alverstoke Infant and Junior School took part in the British Red Cross Make Your Move dance competition at Eastleigh.

We chose to tell the story of the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami that devastated the lives of thousands of people, including the people of India. The dance began on the streets of India, showing a joyful scene of dancers celebrating in front of an Indian temple scene. Quickly a monumental earthquake ripped through the streets of India and devastated the community, causing an almighty tsunami to cause havoc, sweeping up the Indian children in its path. Next entered the British Red Cross team who came to help the Indians regenerate their community.

We were extremely proud of our dance team who were fantastic ambassadors for Alverstoke Junior School, awarded best performance on the night. We also raised a significant amount of money for the Red Cross which we are very proud of.


25th May 2016

Today was the last game of the netball season. Both A and B team have played very well, progressing their skills over the last few months. Congratulations to the A team who finished the league in 3rd place!

23rd March 2016

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Our football A team are through to the finals at Privett Park in April. Well done!

8th December 2015

Today a group of year 5’s and 6’s entered a tag rugby festival. Despite the freezing cold weather, they played exceptionally well, with the year 6’s finishing in second place.

22nd October 2015

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Three great teams took to the Alverstoke Tennis Club Courts today to compete against other schools in Gosport in mini-tennis. They served, volleyed and smashed their way through to the finals with Alverstoke 2 (Billy Redington, Gus Corbett, Charlie Fisher and Mia Corbett) winning the whole competition with some amazing tennis. The other two teams came 3rd and 5th so overall a great team performance – WELL DONE!


14th October 2015

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Today 10 year 3’s and 10 year 4’s went to Brune Park School to compete in a Kwik Cricket Skills festival. We all had a great time and showed some superb cricket skills particularly in the crazy catch. The final standings were, The Alverstoke Eagles (Y4) came 2nd and The Crazy Cricketers (Y3) came a close 3rd. FANTASTIC!


14th October 2015


A and B team played today, away versus Peel Common.


8th October 2015

This week it was just the A team in action against Leesland, at home and we knew it was bound to be a tough game. Confident from our win last week, Alverstoke put in another sterling performance ending with another clean sheet and last minute winner from Jake Parker. Well Done!

Final Score: Alverstoke A 1 – 0 Leesland


1st October 2015

We kicked off the new football season today with a fantastic win for both teams away at St John’s Primary School. Both teams were very excited, however played really well as a team.


“Yesterday we had our first football match as year 5. It was an away game against St John’s School. We had most of the possession of the ball and we worked well together as a team. We were very happy we won our 1st game 4-0.”

Match report by Max Stanley (5G)

24th September 2015

Today we had our first competition of the year and as always Alverstoke demonstrated great sportsmanship and determination. 24 children from all years travelled to Bridgemary school to compete in the Gosport Cross Country festival. Despite the mud, Alverstoke performed incredibly leading to our team being placed FIRST! A massive well done to the whole team but especially the following children who came first in their race: Lauren Green, Ella Wright, James Egeland-Jensen, Nicola Law, Charlie Fisher and Declan Ure. We now look forward to competing at Alver Valley in the Finals.


25th June 2015

What a fantastic day we had and the sun shone! A brilliant mixture of track and field events. The children demonstrated amazing sportsmanship and we were incredibly proud of them. Well done to the winning team—Team Simmonds.


19th June 2015

Our Netball team did extremely well to secure an amazing first place in the Gosport league! This lead to an opportunity to compete at the Hampshire school games where they came an amazing 6th place! Well done girls!

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15th June 2015

Well done to the 2 teams who attended the Gosport cricket festival. Despite a cold start they played their games with excellent energy, enthusiasm and collaboration. Brilliant sportsmanship and team work were shown by both teams as well as impeccable behaviour. Well done to the year 6 team who reached the semi-finals.

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3rd June 2015

Three teams attended the Tennis festival at Alverstoke Tennis club. A brilliant tournament where our teams came 2nd and 4th. Well done to all who played, impeccable behaviour and brilliant tennis skills!



1st April 2015

Our boys A team finished a brilliant 3rd in the league and the B team finished an amazing 1st. Well done to both teams! We’re looking forward to seeing if the B team can finish 1st again next year!



31st March 2015

Year 5 had a chance to compete against local schools in a basketball festival, a huge well done to all 3 teams who achieved 3rd, 4th and 5th places. They have been taught basketball by Miss King this term and they clearly showed the skills they had learnt with her this term during the festival.


3rd March and 17th March 2015

As a school we were offered the opportunity to enter the Portsmouth school’s Gifted and Talented indoor athletics festival. The pupils represented our school, and Gosport, very well. We even achieved some medals, well done to:

Gold: Ella, Nancy(Highest speed bounce of the day) James (1st overall) Freddie (2nd overall) Matthew (3rd overall)

Silver: Macey, Kayley, Amy, Charlie, Kurtis, Noah

Bronze: Mitchell, Adam, Sunny

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10th February 2015

The girl’s football team played excellently at a festival at Bridgemary, although final places weren’t given as the festival ended up un-complete.




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