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4 Apr

Here at St. Ethelbert’s Catholic Primary School we aspire to promote Physical Education and Activity throughout the school year to inspire children to lead healthy and active lifestyles. We are proud to have inclusive and engaging activities, involving competitive sports that provide a wide range of opportunities for our pupils both in and out of school hours. Our close links with Thanet Passport help to provide pupils with an extensive range of competitions that help to build on their skills and confidence throughout the school year.

These are our House Teams that help to provide collaboration, team building and competition:

The school has just used its PE Fund to turn our play area grass to synthetic sports turf at a cost of over £12,000. This will benefit the whole school as all the children will be able to use the site in inclement weather as well as in sunny and dry weather.

This will benefit the pupils’ well-being, level of fitness as well as making the environment smoother, cleaner and more appealing.

Thanet Passport Annual Report 2016-2017
Thanet Passport code of conduct for Sport

Year 6 Swimming Information 2017/18:

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety Please complete all of the below*:
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres? 96.67%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]? 96.67%
What percentage of your current Year 6 cohort perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations? 96.67%
Schools can choose to use the Primary PE and Sport Premium to provide additional provision for swimming but this must be for activity over and above the national curriculum requirements. Have you used it in this way? No

 

(The one child who cannot swim 25metres is having extra lessons outside of school hours and will be going to the swimming sessions with Year 4 and 5 in Term 5).

Last updated: End of Term 4, 2018

Leadership Club

Leadership Club is run every Tuesday lunchtime from 12.30 – 1.00pm by Miss Rees (PE Leader). A number of Year 5 and 6 pupils, who do not take part in any after-school clubs, are invited by Miss Rees to attend the Club at the beginning of the academic year and their job is to take part in discussions and share their creative ideas about PE throughout the year. They also get the opportunity to help plan and lead extra sporting competitions held during each academic year.

So far, the Leadership Club have planned and helped lead an obstacle race competition for all classes in the school; helped organise Sports Day; come up with ideas about House Team competitions; made posters to promote competitions around the school; and discussed special prizes that could be won by the winning House Team.

Leadership Club is a great opportunity for those pupils who do not want to, or are unable to, attend the after-school clubs. It gives them a chance to share their creative ideas and promotes ‘pupil voice’.

 

P.E. Premium Information Term 4 2018:

Amount we receive: £17,810

This table shows what the money has been spent on so far and what we plan to spend the money on:

Area Activity Impact Cost
Money Brought over from Last Year: £10,901.76
Spent so far:
Staff Extra activities that Mr Williams leads After school clubs and children being involved in matches and competitions against other schools.

This increases pupil wellbeing and involvement.

£112.62 (Feb/March)

£868.84 (April/July)

£231.86 (Sept/Oct)

Thanet Passport Being involved in matches with other schools and PE coordinator meetings throughout the year Being involved in a large network of matches and competitions to increase pupil engagement.

PE network meetings enable the PE coordinator to gain more knowledge and work alongside other PE coordinators in all the schools in Thanet.

£450 (2016-2017)

£600 (2017-2018)

 

 

Outdoor Places Artificial Grass for Adventure Playground Improved the quality of the Adventure Playground as well as improving health and safety. £12,950.10
Educational Visits EVOLVE website for Educational Visits Co-ordinator Enables the EVC to coordinate all outdoor activities and school trips to a high standard. This will increase well-being and involvement for all pupils. £375.90
PE Skorts PE Kits Engaging pupils and attending matches. £60.50
KCS Play Time Balls Outdoor Equipment Engaging children in physical activity at play times. £48.10
House Team Shirts House Team shirts to wear at all sporting events for the school. These will engage children and motivate them further in taking part in our inter-school sports. £584.00
Total Spend: £16,281.92
Planning to spend:
Staff Extra activities that Mr Williams leads After school clubs and children being involved in matches and competitions against other schools.

This increases pupil wellbeing and involvement.

Approximately another £500 will be spent paying Mr Williams for extra activities through the academic year
Sports Clothing Kits for matches / spare PE kits Increase pupil wellbeing and ensure that no pupil will miss out on PE if they have no remembered their PE kits. Approximately £200
Equipment More indoor and outdoor PE equipment needed This will enable a number of different activities to be taught and run during PE lessons as well as during our inter-school competitions. Approximately £500
Money we receive plus money brought over from last year: £28711.76

 

Total spend: £17,481.92(Approx)

 

Money left to spend: £11,229.84(Approx)

After School Club and Intra-School Match Attendance Information

Term 2 2017-18

Number of children being involved in intra-school matches:

Year 6: 11, 6 boys, 5 girls

Year 5: 11, 9 boys, 2 girls

Year 4: 8, 6 boys, 2 girls

Year 3: 10, 7 boys, 3 girls

 

Number of children attending after-school clubs:

Year 6: 14, 7 boys, 7 girls

Year 5: 11, 9 boys, 2, girls

Year 4: 12, 8 boys, 4 girls

Year 3: 5, 2 boys, 3 girls

Year 2: 11, 9 boys, 4 girls

Year 1: 14, 9 boys, 5 girls

 

Leadership Club:

8 members of Year 6 and 4 members of Year 5

 

121 pupils in KS2

42 attend after-school clubs (34%)

40 involved in intra-school matches

 

61 pupils KS1

25 attend after-school clubs (41%)

 

182 pupils in KS1 and KS2

79 attend school sports clubs (43%)

 

Term 4 2017-18

 

Number of children being involved in intra-school matches:

Year 6: 11, 6 boys, 5 girls

Year 5: 11, 9 boys, 2 girls

Year 4: 8, 6 boys, 2 girls

Year 3: 10, 7 boys, 3 girls

 

Number of children attending after-school clubs:

Year 6: 14, 7 boys, 7 girls

Year 5: 13, 9 boys, 4, girls

Year 4: 10, 7 boys, 3 girls

Year 3: 10, 9 boys, 1 girls

Year 2: 12, 8 boys, 4 girls

Year 1: 16, 9 boys, 7 girls

 

Leadership Club:

10 members of Year 6 and 4 members of Year 5

 

121 pupils

47 attend after-school clubs (39%)

40 involved in intra-school matches (33%)

 

61 pupils KS1

28 attend after-school clubs (46%)

 

182 pupils in KS1 and KS2

89 attend school sports clubs (49%)

 

 


Quotes from pupils at St Ethelbert’s Catholic Primary School 2017

‘I liked our Sports Games Day because it was fun and all the activities were really exciting’ – Year 6 Pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because we all joined together as a school’ – Year 6 Pupil
‘I liked our Sports Games Day because I liked to wear the medals’ – Year 2 Pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because the games were fun but also challenging’ – Year 6 Pupil
‘I liked our Sports Games Day because we were moving around doing different activities’ – Year 2 Pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because Year 6 helped out with the Infants’ – Year 6 Pupil
‘I liked our Sports Games Day because the whole school took part’ – Year 4 Pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because it was very fun and competitive’ – Year 6 Pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because we worked as a team, but when we lost we were supportive’ – Year 4 pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because everyone was cheering for their team and I liked how they had it fun’ – Year 6 Pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because we celebrated our different teams’ – Year 6 Pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because we did lots of activities and had to work in teams to win the cup also the activities were challenging and build up your strength in sport’ – Year 4 pupil
‘I liked our School Games Day because the sports activities were fun and challenging. It was also competitive’ – Year 6 Pupil

 

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