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Sport at St Matthew's C of E School

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Sainsbury's School Games Kitemark

 

The Sainsubury's School Games Kitemark is a Government led awards scheme to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competitions across their school and in their community.

 

We are extremely proud to say that we have now achieved the GOLD Award for two years running; we will be aiming to continue to maintain this in the forthcoming years.  

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PE and Games 2017/2018

 

PE and Games are high on the agenda at St Matthew's C of E School. We believe that taking part in sport, regularly, is key in helping children maintain good health - physically, socially and emotionally.

 

Funding

For the fifth academic year running, the Government is providing additional funding to improve provision of Physical Education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding provided jointly by the Department of Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport will be allocated to primary school Headteachers. This funding is ring-fenced and can, therefore, only be spent on the provision of PE and sport in schools.

 

This year, we will again be working closely with our local secondary school Beacon Hill, using their PE teacher, Mr Young, to help plan and support our PE curriculum, to help us with our continuous professional development, and in coaching and inclusion in competitions.

 

We also have professional coaches coming into school to work with all the children. We are purchasing a wide range of new sporting equipment and resources to enhance our PE and games sessions.

 

Please see our Action Plan, PE and School Sport Startegy, and Impact of Funding documents below for more information on the funding and how we will be using it to improve and enhance PE in our school.

Provision

 

We provide our children with the opportunity to be involved in several inter-school competitions including football, netball, hockey, rugby, dodgeball, tennis, cricket, athletics, tri-golf and rounders.

 

We will also be providing opportunities for children to compete in intra-school competitions, for example, dodgeball and our Sainsbury's School Sports Day.

 

Furthermore, through our curriculum, we provide children with the opportunities to participate in swimming, multi-skills, dance, gymnastics, circuit training and orienteering.

 

See below for the Long Term Plan and the Coaching and Competition Calendar.

Sports Leaders

 

We have taken on Sports Leaders to help with PE and games. 

Key Stage 1 

 

Year 1 and 2 have two Events Managers and two Equipment Managers to help with PE and games in and out of school. They will ensure that the correct equipment is out, they will help organise PE sessions, and they will be taking photos of their class with coaches and in competitions.

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Key Stage 2

 

Refreshments Managers will be in charge of making sure we have plenty of refreshments when we go out on competitions and for keeping everyone hydrated.

 

Equipment Managers will make sure all the appropriate equipment is out for PE, and that we have any necessary equipment with us when we go out on competitions. They will also be in charge of running warm ups and activities.

 

Photographers will be in charge of taking photos to update our website, and to report in the weekly newsletter.

 

Reporters will write match reports after competitions. These math reports will then go out in the weekly newsletter.

 

Strip Managers will make sure all strips are distributed to those taking part in competitions, and that all kit is collected in at the end for washing.

 

First Aiders will deal with any minor injuries, and make sure we have the first aid kit when out on competitions.

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Equipment and Activity Managers

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Reporters

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Strip Managers

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First Aiders

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