Sporting Opportunities - Spring term 2018

Saughall All Saints – Sport for ALL!

 

Saughall All Saints has been awarded the GOLD Kitemark for the third 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. We are very proud of this recognition for encouraging all of our children to lead healthy and active lives both now and in the future.

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
  • Y5/6 Athletics Chester Schools Competition
  • Y5/6 Basketball Hoops4Health Cheshire Phoenix Competition
  • Y5/6 Hi 5 Netball Chester Schools Competition
  • Cross Country Fixtures – West Cheshire Athletics (Saturday mornings 3.318 and 24.3.8)
  • Y5/6 Football competition – Crewe

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

Yaer 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 – Reviewed.

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

An amazing afternoon of team sport by both our A and B teams competing in a fun tag rugby festival. The A team were undefeated all afternoon – the future for Tag Rugby at SAS is in good hands!

  • Tag Rugby mixed Y5/6- Chester Rugby Club

A terrific afternoon of sport despite the torrential rain! The A and B teams competed extremely well, both missing out on a semi-final place by just one try.

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

An amazing turn out of children from y3-6 on two Saturday morning x-country events showing true determination in cold, wet and windy conditions. There have been some superb individual performances with Gold, Silver and Bronze medals being won, along with personal bests and top ten finishes for a number of our runners.

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

The children competed extremely well in both the A and B competitions narrowly missing out on a semi-final spot in both sections. One of our y6 girls was scouted by Chester Hockey Club and has since attended a number of training sessions.

  • Chester Schools Girls Football competition –

The KS2 Girls football team competed in an after school competition held at The Catholic High School.

  • Basketball – Hoops4Health competition at EPSV and Cheshire Phoenix

They5/6 children took part in a Healthy Lifestyles Roadshow which included working with the professional basketball players on skills, healthy eating, smoking and drugs.

  • Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 mini kickers football competitions –

What an amazing achievement for our youngest members of the sporting team at Saughall All Saints. Each of our mini kickers teams did extremely well and the children all wore their ‘Badge with Pride.’ The reception mini kickers team came away as very worthy champions on the night – a fantastic achievement. One of our reception children was scouted by a football academy for their amazing skills on the football pitch – the future is bright!!

Sports Coaches:

Throughout the autumn 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 1/2 – Gymnastics

Year 3/4 – Dance

Yaer 5/6 – Tag Rugby

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 – Extra Curricular Sports Data:

  • KS2 - 140 children attended extra-curricular sports club each week (140/173 = 80%)
  • KS1 - 50 children attended extra-curricular sports each week (50/75 = 67%)

Competition Data:

  • 124 KS2 children have represented school in Level 2 school games competitions in the autumn term.
  • 28 KS1 children have represented school in Level 2 school games competitions in the autumn term.
  • 43 KS2 girls have represented school in Level 2 games school games competitions in the autumn term.