PE and Sport 2018/19

Key achievements to date:

  • School awarded the Gold Sports Kite mark for the fourth year on the run.
  • #SAS were crowned ‘National Champions’ in The Great Big Dance Off National Competition.
  • PE coordinator was the recipient of a Chester School Sports Partnership ‘Special Recognition’ award for outstanding contribution to School Sports
  • Chester School Sports Champions 2018 – rounders, quad athletics, gymnastics, swimming, Y4 cross country champions – boys and girls team event
  • Two teams in the summer games County Finals in Macclesfield

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

 

Saughall All Saints – Sport for ALL!

 

Saughall All Saints has been awarded the GOLD Kitemark for the fourth year running for outstanding PE across all areas of competition (Level 1, 2 and 3 of the School Games Pathway), inclusion, Leadership for young people, our PE curriculum and links with external clubs.

 

We also received the Achievement award for outstanding contribution to sport at the second ever Cheshire Schools Awards in July 2016 and were shortlisted for the same award for outstanding contribution to the performing arts with our dance competition group who were deserved National Dance Finalists 2017. Our latest achievement is being crowned National Dance Champions 2018. We are very proud of all the recognition for encouraging our children to lead healthy and active lives both now and in the future.

 

Autumn term 2018

 

Extra-Curricular Sports Clubs – autumn term 2018

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

12-12.30pm

Cross Country

 

Cross Country

 

 

3.15-4.15pm

Football

Reception – Y6

Girls Football

Year 5/6

 

House Of Dance

Reception – Y6

 

3.15-4.15pm

Sports Club (rugby, hockey, basketball)

Y5/6

 

 

Netball

Y5/6

TOTAL PARTICIPANTS:

329 PUPILS.

 

Competition Events – autumn term 2018

Competition

Date

Time

Venue

Y3/4 Tag Rugby

4.10.18

12.30-3.30pm

Chester Rugby Club

Y5/6 Tag Rugby

11.10.18

1-3pm

Chester Rugby Club

Y3-6 Cross country

20.10.18 (Saturday)

10am start – register by 9.45am

EPSV

Y3-6 Cross country

3.11.18 (Saturday)

10am start – register by 9.45am

EPSV

Y5/6 Hockey

15.11.18

1-4pm

Upton High School

KS2 Multi Sports Festival

29.11.18

10-3pm

EPSV

Y2 Multi Skills Festival

6.12.18

1-2pm

EPSV

 

Y5/6 Netball and all football fixtures to be confirmed.

 

 

 

Summer Term 2018

An Enriched Sporting Curriculum of opportunities for all.

School Sports – Inter school competitions – summer term competitions:

  • The Great Big Dance Off 2018 – National Competition – North West Regional Heats – 23rd April

#SAS Dance squad successfully reached the National Finals in Oxford on 25th June 2018, where the team competed and were crowned NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!

 

  • Y5/6 Basketball Hoops4Health Finals – 29th April

The team competed in the Grand Finals at EPSV the home of The Cheshire Phoenix.

 

  • Y3/4 Chester Schools Diamond Cricket – 2nd May

The team competed in a cricket festival and were undefeated throughout the afternoon. All of the children thoroughly enjoyed their afternoon of cricket.

 

  • Chester Schools Gymnastics competition – 10th May

Year 5/6 team were crowned Chester Schools Champions.

Year 5 individual champion

Year 4 individual champion.

All children competed in the Cheshire County finals in Macclesfield and did extremely well.

 

  • Chester Schools Quad Athletics competition – 24th May

Year 5/6 team were crowned Chester Schools Champions and competed in the Cheshire County Finals in Macclesfield.

 

  • Year 5/6 Chester Schools Kwik Cricket – 13th May

Chester Schools Semi-finalists

 

  • Year 5/6 ‘B’ team Chester Schools Kwik Cricket – 14th May (am)

Chester Schools semi-finalists

  • Year 5/6 Girls Chester Schools Kwik Cricket – 14th May (pm)

Chester Schools Semi-finalists

 

  • Year 5/6 Chester Schools Rounder’s Competition – 28th June

Chester Schools Champions

  • Chester Schools Athletics Competition – 6th July

Lots of individual successes on the track and field and an overall 3rd place out of over 30 competing schools

  • Chester Schools Swimming Gala – 10th July

Individual medals, a team bronze in the relay and an overall Team Gold and Chester Champions.

 

Our School Sports Day will be held on Monday 11th June 2018 – KS1 (9am)  KS2 (pm)

All of the children thoroughly enjoyed a fun day of sports on the athletics competing in track and field events representing their different houses.

 

 

 

Sports Coaches:

Throughout the summer term we have decided to use some of the Government sports funding on employing specialist sports coaches to work with our children in all National Curriculum year groups.

Year 5/6 – Athletics

Year 3/4 – Cricket/rounder’s

Year 1/2 - Dance

Y1/2 – Cricket

This not only enables our children to access high quality PE lessons but it also upskills our teachers who observe and take part in the lessons alongside the children.

 

 

Spring Term 2018

An Enriched Sporting Curriculum of opportunities for all.

School Sports – Inter school competitions – spring term competitions:

  • Y5/6 Basketball Chester Schools Competition

 Semi-finalists – lost to eventual winners.

  • Y5/6 Athletics Chester Schools Competition

Overall Silver medallists finishing 2nd out of 26 schools

  • Y5/6 Basketball Hoops4Health Cheshire Phoenix Competition

Winners and through to the Grand Final in April

  • Y5/6 Hi 5 Netball Chester Schools Competition

Won 3 games and narrowly missed out on a semi-final place in the Chester school’s competition.

  • Cross Country Fixtures – West Cheshire Athletics (Saturday mornings 3.318 and 24.3.8)

Superb performances with many children finishing in the top 10 spots in their age groups. Four children received medals for finishing in the top 3 spots in their race

  • Y5/6 Football competition – Chester Goals –

Silver medallists narrowly missing out on the winner’s title in the final.

  •  The Great Big Dance Off 2018 – National Competition

Y3-6 Dance squad have reached the North West regional heats and are due to perform in Warrington on 23rd April to compete for a spot in the National Final later in the year.

  • Chester Schools Cross-country competition

Year 4 Boys and Girls – West Cheshire Cross Country Champions.

 

Sports Coaches:

Throughout the spring term we have decided to use some of the Government sports funding on employing specialist sports coaches to work with our children in all National Curriculum year groups.

Year 5/6 – Gymnastics

Year 3/4 – Hockey

Year 5/6 – Dance

Y1/2 – Wirral Rugby Tots

This not only enables our children to access high quality PE lessons but it also upskills our teachers who observe and take part in the lessons alongside the children.

  Autumn Term 2017.

An Enriched Sporting Curriculum of opportunities for all.

School Sports – Inter school competitions – autumn term competitions:

  • Tag Rugby – Chester Rugby Club –  Y3 and Y4 mixed ‘A’ and ‘B’ teams

‘A’ team were undefeated throughout the entire festival

 

  • Tag Rugby mixed Y5/6- Chester Rugby Club – ‘A’ and ‘B’ teams

‘A’ team narrowly missed out on a semi-final spot by 1 try

 

  • Y5/6 Football ‘Primaryship’ league and Chester Schools Cup

The first few football fixtures of the season have taken place and will continue into the spring term

 

  • Saturday morning Cross-country Races – West Cheshire Athletics – Stanney Athletics Club.

We had our best turn out ever for the first race of the season across all year groups and many personal best performances with gold, silver and bronze medals being won! The next race is due to take place on Saturday 9th December.

 

  • Quick Sticks Hockey – Chester Schools Competition – Y5/6

Both teams put in a fantastic performance; the ‘B’ team narrowly missing out on a semi-final place by goal difference.

 

  • Chester Schools Girls Football competition –

The girls have turned up to training each week and hopefully are now looking forward to playing some matches in the spring term

 

  • Basketball – Hoops4Health competition at EPSV and Cheshire Phoenix

The y5/6 children have taken part in a Hoops4Health roadshow with the Cheshire Phoenix basketball players and the basketball team (to be confirmed) will be invited to a competition after Christmas.

 

  • Netball 7-a-side league

Club and games to be played in the spring term.

 

  • Multi sports festival – KS2

6 children from across KS2 to attend a multi sports festival for children with SEND who may otherwise find sport difficult to access.

 

 

  • Mini Kickers – Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.

Our reception children, year 1 and year 2 children have all worn their badges with pride representing school in the football competitions held at Blacon High School.

A special mention goes to our reception team who were announced joint winners of the whole competition after an AMAZING 2-2 draw in the final. They were extremely proud of their medals, certificates and trophy.

 

  • Multi Skills Festival – Year 2

12 children from y2 are looking forward to representing Saughall All Saints in the upcoming multi skills festival held at EPSV on 30th November.

 

  • Sports Ambassadors – Year 6

Two y6 pupils have been awarded the highly prestigious job of being our School Sports Ambassadors fr this academic year. They have been invited to attend young ambassador training which will help to develop their leadership skills through sport. These two pupils head up a very enthusiastic sports crew of other y6 pupils who are dedicated in helping to raise the profile of sport and dance in our school.

 

 

 To include SEND pupils in level 2 competitions/festivals achieved by attending the KS2 inclusive sports festival

 

 To continue to enhance the provision for less active children by encouraging participation in level 1 games organized by our y6 young sports ambassadors  - competitions organized and run throughout the year for Y1/2, Y3/4 and Y5/6 children by our sports ambassadors

 

 To include additional opportunities in dance for y3-6 pupils by entering into the Great Big Dance competition for the second year running.

Dance squad increased in size to 47 pupils from Year 3-6. Crowned National Champions 2018 at The Grand Finals in Oxford in June 2018.

 

Meeting national curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety

Please complete all of the below:

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?

100%

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke] when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?

100%

What percentage of your Year 6 pupils could perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations when they left your primary school at the end of last academic year?

100%

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?

Yes we entered a swimming gala and a water polo competition.

 

 

Academic Year: 2017/18

Total fund allocated: £

Date Updated: July 2018

 

Key indicator 1: The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that primary school children undertake at least 30 minutes of physical activity a day in school

Percentage of total allocation:

%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

 To increase the amount of physical activity in school and to promote the importance of daily physical activity in the childrens everyday lives.

  • All children to take part in at least 15 minutes of a structured daily run in their classes
  • All children to be encouraged to take part in physical activity during a lunchtime with the sports coach om KS2 playground and with playground leaders on KS1 playground.

 

 

 

Key indicator 2: The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

Percentage of total allocation:

%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

 

  • Sports is a high profile throughout the school
  • PE, sport and dance are celebrated at least weekly
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Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Percentage of total allocation:

%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Sports coach to deliver high quality curriculum sessions in different sports

Each member of staff to observe at least one lesson per week throughout the school year

 

Improved knowledge and confidence in teaching PE.

Teachers in Y3/4 and Y1/2 will deliver a unit of work on Tag Rugby to their own classes in the autumn term.

 

Key indicator 4: Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

Percentage of total allocation:

%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Sports coach to deliver high quality curriculum sessions in different sports

  • Year 3/4 participate in tennis lessons in the summer term

 

 

  • 4 children represented a school sports team for the first time in a Chester schools competition.

 

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:

%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Summer Term 2018

An Enriched Sporting Curriculum of opportunities for all.

School Sports – Inter school competitions – summer term competitions:

  • The Great Big Dance Off 2018 – National Competition – North West Regional Heats – 23rd April

 

  • Y5/6 Basketball Hoops4Health Finals – 29th April

 

  • Y3/4 Chester Schools Diamond Cricket – 2nd May

 

  • Chester Schools Gymnastics competition – 10th May

 

  • Chester Schools Quad Athletics competition – 24th May

 

  • Year 5/6 Chester Schools Kwik Cricket – 13th May

 

  • Year 5/6 ‘B’ team Chester Schools Kwik Cricket – 14th May (am)
  • Year 5/6 Girls Chester Schools Kwik Cricket – 14th May (pm)

 

  • Year 5/6 Chester Schools Rounder’s Competition – 28th June
  • Chester Schools Athletics Competition – 6th July
  • Chester Schools Swimming Gala – 10th July

 

Our School Sports Day will be held on Monday 11th June 2018 – KS1 (9am)  KS2 (pm)

All of the children thoroughly enjoyed a fun day of sports on the athletics competing in track and field events representing their different houses.

 

Children were entered in to all CSSP Level 2 events and qualified for two Level 3 competitions in Athletics and gymnastics and one National Final in dance.

 

#SAS Dance squad successfully reached the National Finals in Oxford on 25th June 2018, where the team competed and were crowned NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!

 

 

 

The team competed in the Grand Finals at EPSV the home of The Cheshire Phoenix.

 

The team competed in a cricket festival and were undefeated throughout the afternoon. All of the children thoroughly enjoyed their afternoon of cricket.

Year 5/6 team were crowned Chester Schools Champions.

Year 5 individual champion

Year 4 individual champion.

All children competed in the Cheshire County finals in Macclesfield and did extremely well.

Year 5/6 team were crowned Chester Schools Champions and competed in the Cheshire County Finals in Macclesfield.

Cricket - Chester Schools Semi-finalists in all cricket competitions entered

 

Rounders - Chester Schools Champions

 

Athletics - Lots of individual successes on the track and field and an overall 3rd place out of over 30 competing schools

Swimming - Individual medals, a team bronze in the relay and an overall Team Gold and Chester Champions.