PE and Sports Premium

The government is providing funding for primary school sports. The funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport, and will see money going directly to primary school Head teachers to spend on improving the quality of sport and PE for all their children. The money can only be spent on sport and PE provision in schools. The money will be used so that all children benefit regardless of their sporting ability.

What is our approach to spending the Sports Premium?

At Eastfield Primary we believe that all children have an equal opportunity to participate in a broad and balanced curriculum according to their needs, abilities and interests.

Any objectives that school find to be successful, co-coordinators then implement into the school's policies and procedure for the following years to sustain these improvements. 

Physical Education and healthy lifestyles are highly valued at Eastfield Primary School. We have a broad and balanced curriculum that ensures all abilities are inspired and educated, strong relationships are nurtured, children are happy to participate in new challenges with a strong emphasis on all pupils succeeding in sport.

Swimming Attainment 

Swim 25m - 18 children 60%

Perform safe self rescue - 23 73%

Use a range of strokes effectively - 16 children 60%

What is a Community Sport and Health Officer?


Hello! My name is Mr Shingler, I am the community sports and health officer apprentice at Eastfield primary school. My role at the school allows me to promote healthy living physically and mentally . This is done by supporting classrooms and physical education while also leading some sessions myself, including Balanceabillity and an after school club. I am also involved in targeted one to one sessions where I work closely over a period of time with individual learners to meet their specific physical and mental health needs.


These chips are cooked in the oven to reduce the amount of fat or oil used. Reduced fat and oil leads to healthier heart. You will need; a chopping board, a sharp knife (which a responsible adult should use), a spatula,  2 large potatoes (which have been washed), a spray bottle of low fat cooking oil and a large baking tray.


  1. Switch on the oven to preheat at 200c (the chips will take around 30 minutes.

  2. Spray the baking tray base with 6 squirts of the low fat cooking oil. (Don't spray the same the same part of the tray twice!)

  3. Using the chopping board and sharp knife cut the washed potatoes into chips!

  4. Place the chips into lines on the baking tray and lightly spray them with the cooking oil. Then place in the oven.

  5. After approximately 15 minutes take the chips out of the oven and turn them over using the spatula, then light spray them with the cooking oil.

  6. Cook the chips for another 15 minutes, then they should be ready to eat!

  7. Enjoy!

Blog Post 1/6/20

Going forward the school will be taking part in the Black Country Rainbow campaign which seeks to provide 1 hour of activity to children each day. All of the activities we will work through will follow the concept of the three C’s whilst still adhering to the national guidance around social distancing.


The three C’s incorporate;

  • Communication (helping with healing and coping),

  • Consistency applied to support young peoples need for routine.

  • Control; activities which can help manage emotional wellbeing.


The first game we will present will be working on the fielding/striking skills and is called Running goalie.

Blog Post 12/6/20

These pancakes are made from scratch in a healthy manner to lower the amount of calories to have a guilt free snack. You will need 1 large ripe banana, 2 medium eggs, 2 tablespoons of self raising flour, a low calorie cooking spray and a non stick frying pan.




  1. Mash the banana in a bowl with a fork until smooth, then mix in the eggs and flour.

  2. Spray a non stick frying pan with the low calorie cooking spray, and put the mix into the pan. (extra tip; make the pancakes small, they spread when cooked.)

  3. Cook on a medium heat for approximately one minute or until the base is golden brown. Flip the pancake over, and cook for another one minute.

  4. The mixture should make approximately 12 pancakes. Enjoy.

Blog Post 18/06/20

This is a cheap alternative meal that will give you lots of energy to be prepared for the day. You will need; 300g of dried pasta (500g bag 53p), 75g primula light cheese spread (150g tube £1.44), 2 chopped brown onions (10p each), 20g of cheddar cheese (400g £1.88), 1/2 a table spoon of salt, low calorie cooking spray (sunflower oil spray 200ml £1.49).




1. Preheat the oven to 220c (200 on a fan oven or gas mark 7). Cook the pasta as per packet instructions. Drain the water when they are cooked and place them in an ovenproof bowl.

2. Spray a frying pan with the low calorie cooking spray and cook the chopped onions until they are brown.

3. Add the onion and primula cheese spread to the pasta and stir well.

4. Sprinkle cheddar cheese on top of the pasta. Bake for about 15 to 20 minutes until golden brown.

5. Serve the pasta with salad or vegetables of your choice.


This recipe is not gluten or lactose free.

Blog Post 2/7/2020

Onion, Potato and Bacon Bake


This is a cost effective and filling meal which will fill you full of energy for the day! You will need 1kg Potatoes (2kg bag £1) peeled and sliced, 16 bacon medallions (bacon packet £2), 2 onions peeled and thinly sliced (2 for 22p), 40g cheese (400g bag £1.88), 1 vegetable stock(pack of 12 vegetable stock 39p), low calorie cooking spray (180ml bottle £1.49), 200 ml of boiling water, salt and pepper.




  1. Preheat the oven to 180c

  2. Spread a layer of onion on the bottom of an oven proof dish.

  3. Arrange a layer of potato slices and bacon on top of the onions, alternating rows of bacon and potato. Then add another layer of onion. Repeat these steps until you have used all of the bacon and potatoes. You should have a few layers.

  4. Create a stock with your vegetable stock cube. Season with salt and pepper.

  5. Pour the stock over the ingredients in the oven proof dish, Spray with the low calorie spray and cover the dish with foil.

  6. Place the dish in the oven and cook for 1 hour. Remove the foil, check the potato is cooked (stab with a knife, if it goes in easily it is cooked.). If it is not cooked re-cover the dish and cook it a little while longer. When cooked sprinkle the dish with cheese and return the dish to the oven for 10 to 15 minutes, ensuring the cheese has melted.

Blog Post 8/7/2020

Healthy Spanish Tortilla


This recipe is a cheap and healthy Spanish tortilla, that will fill you with long lasting energy that you can use all day. You will need; 300g potatoes (1kg bag £1), 1 onion (11p each), 5 large eggs (box of 6 £1.10), low calorie cooking spray (Sunflower oil cooking spray 200ml £1.49), salt and pepper.




1. Peel the potatoes, slice them into small thin chunks and wash them under warm water.

2. Peel and finely slice the onion.

3. Spray a frying pan 5 times with the low calorie oil and put it onto a small heat. Add the onion and potato.

4. Cook the onion and potato for 20 to 25 minutes or until they have turned golden. While cooking flip the potato chunks gently a few times.

5. Crack all 5 eggs into a bowl, season them with salt and pepper before whisking.

6. Remove the frying pan from the heat. Add the onion and potato mixture to bowl of the egg mixture. Spray the frying pan again with the low calorie spray and slowly pour the mixture back into the pan. Cook on a low heat for approximately 20 minutes, or until their is no runny mixture on top. Do not flip the mixture while cooking.

7. Use a spatula to carefully loosen the sides of the tortilla. Turn the pan upside down onto a dinner plate to remove the tortilla from the pan. Carefully slide the tortilla back into the pan for 3 to 4 minutes.

8. Place the tortilla onto a plate, cut into sections and serve. It can be eaten hot or stored in the fridge and eaten cold.

Blog Post 15/7/2020

Roast Dinner

This is a delicious roast dinner which is easy to cook and gives you lots of energy for the day ahead! You will need 2 large chicken breasts (packet of 3 £3.75), a handful of chopped carrots (2 carrots 14p), a handful of chopped broccoli (1 for 58p), a handful of chopped green beans (1 pack 90p), 1 red onion chopped (10p), a handful of chopped cauliflower (1 cauliflower 45p), a handful of potatoes chopped (1kg bag of new potatoes 90p), 1 oxo cube (beef stock cube 12 pack 39p), a pinch of smoked paprika (45g jar 84p), a pinch of mixed herbs (18g of mixed dry herbs 30p), a pinch of salt and pepper, 100ml water.




1. Preheat the oven to 170c.

2. Add your vegetables into a baking tray.

3. Top the vegetables with the chicken breasts and season with the salt pepper, paprika and mixed herbs.

4. Add the water to the bottom of the tray with the vegetables.

5. Cook the dish for 1 hour, or until the vegetables have softened and the chicken is cooked through.

6. Serve and enjoy.

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