Our PE and Sports Curriculum 2017/18

 

SAUGHALL ALL SAINTS PRIMARY SCHOOL

PE and Sports Grant

Background

The success of Team GB in the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and the 2016 Rio games has given us an opportunity to inspire the next generation to enjoy sport. The government is determined to secure a significant and lasting legacy from the London games, and to develop children’s enjoyment of sport and physical activity from an early age. Sport should be an important part of any school. Great schools have long known that sporting excellence and participation, alongside strong cultural opportunities, go hand in hand with high academic standards. Schools, teachers and sporting bodies all agree that particular support is required for primary schools. As a result sports funding for primary school PE and sport is to continue. Additional funding has now been promised until at least 2020.

Purpose of funding

Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Possible uses for the funding might include:

  • hiring specialist PE teachers or qualified sports coaches to work with primary teachers when teaching PE (CEPD)
  • supporting and engaging the least active children through new or additional extra-curricular clubs (Change4life clubs)
  • paying for professional development opportunities for teachers in PE and sport
  • buying quality assured professional development modules or materials for PE and sport
  • providing places for pupils on after school sports clubs
  • buying into a school sports partnership to enable high quality competition against local schools and also the opportunity to progress to county and national level competitive sport (CSSP)
  • running sport competitions, or increasing pupils’ participation in the School Games at Level 1 and Level 2 (Sports ambassadors – Level 1 games and entering more ‘B’ and ‘C’ teams into Level 2 competitions)
  • buying into the CSSA to further promote and enhance opportunities for competition with other local schools
  • paying for sports coaches to develop structured play on both KS1 and KS2 playgrounds during lunchtime

Government Sports Funding 2017/18:

Saughall All Saints has been allocated £18,540 as part of the PE and Sport premium.

The following statement is from the DfE for the conditions of grant.

Purpose of the premium: ‘The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in the 2017 to 2018 academic year, to encourage the development of healthy, active lifestyles.’

 

 

Key achievements to date:

Areas for further improvement and baseline evidence of need:

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

Autumn Term 2016.

An Enriched Sporting Curriculum of opportunities for all.

School Sports – Inter school competitions – outcomes from autumn term competitions:

  • Tag Rugby – Chester Rugby Club – Y3 and Y4 mixed –

A superb afternoon at the Rugby Festival with many victories for both teams. The year 4 team were undefeated in all of their games.

  • Tag Rugby mixed Y5/6- Chester Rugby Club –

‘A’ team – runners up in the group.

‘B’ team – Winners of their group and narrowly missed out in their semi-final game by one ‘try’

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

Currently 2nd in the league with three games to play.

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

Two successful outings from our cross country runners in October and November with Gold, silver and bronze medals being awarded to some of our children.

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

‘A’ team – runners up in their group.

‘B’ team – Silver medallists – Chester Schools B team competition.

  • Chester Schools Girls Football competition –

Silver medallists and County Finalists (to be played 27.1.17)

  • Basketball – Hoops4Health competition at EPSV and Cheshire Phoenix –

Silver medallists

Spring Term 2017 - School Sports – Inter school competitions:

School Sports – Inter school competitions – outcomes from spring term competitions:

  • Chester Schools Basketball Tournament – Year 5/6

Semi-finalists – 3rd overall

  • Chester Schools Indoor Athletics – Y5/6

Chester Champions and silver medallists in the Cheshire and Warrington County Final.

  • Chester Schools Hi 5 Netball Tournament ‘A’ and ‘B’ competition – Y5/6

Runners up in the group stages of the Chester Schools competition.

  • Y5/6 and Y3/4 Football ‘Primaryship’ league and Y5/6 Girls Cheshire County Finals

Girls – Semi-finalists in the County Championships.

Year 3/4 boys – undefeated in the league so far.

Year 5/6 boys – runners up in the Chester League

  • Saturday morning Cross-country Races – West Cheshire Athletics – Stanney Athletics Club – Year 3-6

Year 3 boys team Champions and Year 5 girls team champions. Individual medal winners in year 3 boys and Year 5 boys. Individual medal winners for Year 3 boys and year 5 girls.

  • Netball 7 a-side Chester league

Currently in first place in the League

  • National Dance Competition – ‘The Great Big Dance Off’

Placed in the top 3 of the Regional Finals and qualified for the National Finals in Oxford in June.

  • Year 1,2,3 and 4 Everton football mini kickers competitions.

Year 3 Chester Champions and Regional Finalists at Finch Farm

Year 4 Chester Finalists – Runners up in the Chester Schools Competition.

 

Summer Term 2017 - School Sports – Inter school competitions:

  • The Great Big Dance Off – National Finals 2017.

An amazing achievement – 4th overall in the National Finals and the Top Placed Street dance in the country. Awarded Team of the Year at the Chester Schools Sports Partnership first ever awards evening and #SAS were shortlisted in the top 3 schools in Cheshire for The Cheshire Schools Achievement award 2017.

  • Year 5/6 Chester Schools boys cricket

Progressed well through the group stages into the semi-finals and narrowly missed out on place in the finals in the last over of the match.

  • Year 5/6 Chester Schools girls cricket

Outstanding achievement – Chester Schools Champions and Cheshire County Girls Cricket Champions. Undefeated in all competitions.

  • Year 5/6 Chester Schools rounders

Phenomenal performance in the Chester Schools competition. Undefeated all competition to become Chester Schools Champions 2017.

  • Year 3-6 Chester Schools outdoor athletics

Some outstanding individual performances which contributed to an all-round outstanding team performance. Saughall All Saints were crowned Chester Schools Champions 2017.

  • Year 5/6 Chester Schools Quad Athletics

Outstanding performance by our quad athletics team. Silver medallists in the Chester Schools Sports Partnership competition and Bronze medallists in the County.

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! 

  • 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

 

To continue to enhance the provision for less active children by encouraging participation in level 1 games organized by our y6 young sports ambassadors

 

To include additional opportunities in dance for y3-6 pupils by running an afterschool dance session for a selected dance competition squad (50 pupils) who will compete in The Great Big Dance competition.

 

 

 

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: £18,540

Date Updated: November 2017

 

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:

21%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

Increased participation in daily activity to enable children to lead healthy and active lifestyles

 

 

 

 

  • Children to complete a daily run during lunchtime every day in October (including weekends!)
  • Employ a sports coach for 1 hour/day to increase participation in structured sports and games on the KS2 playground during lunchtime.
  • £3900

Children from y1-6 were encouraged to run a minimum of a mile a day every day in October. Over 50 children competed the challenge fully with around 80% of children taking part in some form of daily run.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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:

20%

School focus with clarity on intended impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested next steps:

To continue to celebrate sporting participation and achievement on a regular basis.

 

To host an end of year sports presentation evening to recognize and celebrate the sporting achievements of all young people in our school.

Sports is a high priority throughout the school and is valued by all members of staff and by the SLT.

Deputy Headteacher/PE co-ordinator leads on PE and sport throughout the school and is released to take children to sporting activity

  • £200

(trophies)

  • £3000

Participation is valued and children want to represent school in sporting teams (see achievements in Level 2 and Level 3 school games)

 

 

Key indicator 3: Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

Percentage of total allocation:

42%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

All teachers will observe at least one PE session per week each term with a specialist sports coach in either dance, gymnastics or games whilst their own class is doing PE.

  • Staff CPD through observations, assessments, team teaching.
  • £5850
  • £1950

Increased staff confidence to teach and assess own pupils in a wide range of PE and sport activities.

 

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

Percentage of total allocation:

9%

School focus with clarity on intended

impact on pupils:

Actions to achieve:

Funding

allocated:

Evidence and impact:

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

Member of the CSSP (Chester School Sports Partnership)

 

Member school of the CSSA (Chester School Sports Association)

 

 

 

 

To establish a sports Organising crew led by sports ambassadors

 

Enter all competitions on offer through the school’s games partnership in KS1 and KS2.

Enter all competitions on offer through the CSSA including waterpolo, x-country, swimming gala, football, netball .

 

Appoint two School Sports ambassadors KF and CK.

G. Cook to support sports crew in organizing level 1 games during playtimes for each year group in a wide range of sports throughout the year.

£1250

 

 

£100

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.

Autumn term: Year 3/4 dodge ball competition organised in house teams. Certificates awarded to celebrate the winning team and to celebrate the 6 games values.

 

 

 

Key indicator 5: Increased participation in competitive sport

Percentage of total allocation:

6%

Member of the CSSP (Chester School Sports Partnership)

 

Member school of the CSSA (Chester School Sports Association)

 

 

 

 

To create a #SAS Dance competition team.

 

 

 

 

Enter all competitions on offer through the schools games partnership in KS1 and KS2.

Enter all competitions on offer through the CSSA including waterpolo, x-country, swimming gala, football, netball

To gain the GOLD sports mark for the third consecutive year.

Children from y3-y6 to be invited to audition to become part of an elite competition team. Rehearsals to take place for 1.5ours per week after school as an additional activity. The dance team to be entered into The Great Big Dance Off National Schools competition.

£1250

 

 

£100

 

 

 

 

£1000

Evidence and impact:

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.

Sustainability and suggested

next steps:

 

 

Sports Grant funding 2015/16 and 2016/17:

At Saughall All Saints we decided to further enhance our PE curriculum by spending our sports funding in the following way:

  • Chester and Wirral Rugby Tots – an intensive 10 week programme for all our year 1 and year 2 children to develop individual skills, team work, spatial awareness and determination. (£1250 = £13/pupil = £1.30/pupil/1 hour session)
  • Cheshire Phoenix Basketball - Hoops 4 Health programme - £350
  • CSSP (Chester School Sports Partnership) - £1000/year.
  • CEPD - £140/week (2 afternoons of specialist sports coaching) - £5,040 for the academic year raising to 3 afternoons/week in 2016/17.
  • CSSA (Chester School Sports Association) - £100/year
  • Sports Kit for school teams and new equipment to enhance delivery of extra curricular sports and the PE curriculum - £2000

The CSSP:

As part of the PE and School Sport Programme, Saughall All Saints chose to be a member school of Chester School Sport Partnership (CSSP) and opted into the following package for the school year 2015 - 2016. The school have re-joined the partnership for 2016/17 with additions to the package on offer.

Amount £1,000 – 2015/16, £1,200 – 2016/17

In return our school received the following from the Chester School Sport Partnership in 2015/16:

A leadership programme for all primary schools
The co-ordination of a competitive sporting calendar including the School Games Pathway Levels 1-3
More flexible inter-school competitions including A&B competitions
Opportunities for pupils with additional needs to take part in competitive sport through Project Ability
Intensive swimming programme
Change 4 Life clubs
Opportunity to develop strong school – community links
Coachmark / School Games Kitemark
CPD programme including Sport Specific Training (x3) , SL networking, Inclusion training and Subject Leader training including Masters Accredited Modules.
KS1 BUPA ‘Start to Move’ training & KS2 Matalan ‘Top Sport’ training.
Athlete Visits
PE Health Checks
Pupil Assessment System
Youth Sport Trust Member School

Playground Leadership training for year 5/6 children

Sport Ambassador training for your school

In order to ensure that Chester School Sport Partnership are successful in achieving its aims and objectives Saughall All Saints have agreed;

To commit fully to the programme
Ensure PE and Sport is on the whole school development plan
Work supportively with Chester School Sport Partnership
Meet when appropriate with Chester School Sport Partnership to discuss successes and raise concerns/issues
Agree to payment of £1,000 at the beginning of the academic year.

Chester School Sport Partnership 2016 – 2017

  • Leadership programme for all primary schools, including sports ambassadors training
  • A competitive sporting calendar throughout the year including the School Games pathway L1-3
  • Inter-school competitions including A & B teams
  • KS1 Multi Skills Festival
  • Opportunities for pupils with additional needs to take part in competitive sport through the Project Ability programme
  • Intensive  School Swimming Programme for Year 6 pupils
  • Change 4 Life clubs in primary and special school setting
  • NGB linked programmes and clear pathways to local clubs
  • School Games Mark, including help with your application
  • CPD Teachers Programme throughout the year
  • Gifted and Talented Training for KS2 pupils
  • Playground Leader Training  & Change 4 Life Champions Training
  • Athlete Visits at selected events
  • Pupil Assessment System
  • Youth Sport Trust  Membership   
  • Annual Sports Award Ceremony                                      

TOTAL BUY IN COST £1,200 per academic year.

The CSSA:

As part of the PE and School Sport Programme, Saughall All Saints has chosen to be a continued member school of Chester School Sport Association. This is an association run by teachers to enhance the already excellent competition schedule on offer to Chester Primary Schools.

Amount £100

In return our school will receive the following from the Chester School Sport Association:

CSSA £100

Football (x10 competitions/events)

Primaryship football

League cups football

Cross Country (Overleigh) 500+ children to take part

Swimming Gala - Christleton

Summer District Athletics

Netball 7’s

Rounders Tournament - Bishops

Small schools competitions – football and athletics

CEPD (Community Educational Physical Development):

As part of the PE and School Sport Programme, Saughall All Saints has chosen to be a continued member school of CEPD

Amount £200/week – 3 afternoons of specialist sports coaching

In return our school will receive the following from CEPD:

Specialist PE and dance teachers to deliver high quality Physical Education lessons to all children in

FS2 – Y6 whilst providing CPD for our existing teachers.

Sports funding:

Impact

Chester and Wirral Rugby Tots

All children in KS1 received high quality outdoor games teaching and learning. Individual skills were observed and improvements were noticed. Fewer accidents occurred during PE lessons and during unstructured playtimes due to better spatial awareness. (See separate report from Chester and Wirral Rugby Tots for full analysis of the impact of the programme).

Cheshire Phoenix Basketball - Hoops 4 Health

All children in y5 and y6 took part in a Healthy Living Roadshow delivered by professional basketball players and coaches which incorporated awareness of what contributes to a healthy lifestyle, including smoking, alcohol and drug awareness as well as healthy eating and the benefits of exercise. The children also took part in 3 coaching sessions delivered by professional basketball players from the Cheshire Phoenix team and from this a school basketball team were entered into a competition held at The Northgate Arena. The children were crowned Hoops 4 Health Champions on the day after successfully winning all of their games. An after school basketball club was also established which was well attended each week with over 25 participants from y5 and y6.

CSSP

Saughall All Saints continued its winning ways in competing in sports events organised by our SGO's at CSSP. We were not only very successful in terms of competing to a very high standard but we also had our best year yet with regards to entering 'B' and 'C' teams in to competitions and entered teams into new sporting competitions for our school, thus getting more children involved and active in a competitive environment.

Here are our sporting achievements in 2015/16:

  • Semi Finalists in the Chester Tag Rugby Competition
  • Runners up in the Primaryship Football league.
  • Winners of the Cheshire Phoenix Basketball Hoops for Health Tournament
  • Chester Schools netball ‘B’ team champions
  • Chester Schools Basketball semi-finalists.
  • Chester Schools Indoor athletics silver medalists
  • Chester and District Cross Country silver medalists
  • Chester and district Outdoor athletics – individual successes with gold, silver and bronze medalists
  • Chester Schools Quad athletics silver medalists
  • Year 1 Mini Kickers Chester Schools runners up.
  • Year 2 Mini Kickers runners up
  • Girls cricket Chester Champions
  • Boys Cricket Chester semi-finalists.
  • Chester Gymnastics silver medalists
  • Chester Y4 tennis finalists
  • Chester Y5/6 Girls football Champions and Cheshire semi finalists
  • Chester Y4 Girls Football champions and Cheshire County final silver medalists
  • Individual medalist in the Chester Schools swimming gala
  • Cheshire Schools Award for outstanding Achievement in Sport.

CHANGE 4 LIFE:

A Change4life club (cheerleading and dance) was set up and was regularly attended each week by over 20 girls in y3,4,5,6. These girls not only participated each week in a physical activity which was a non-competitive environment but they also performed at the opening of the Cheshire County Indoor athletics finals at The Northgate Arena. This was a massive opportunity for these girls and certainly raised levels of confidence, self-belief and self-esteem.

INTENSIVE SWIM:

In previous years some of our year 6 non-swimmers have attended a free week of intensive swimming lessons. The children have thoroughly enjoyed the experience and it was amazing to see the difference in their confidence, ability and enjoyment in the water in just a week. However, I am pleased to be able to say that this year none of our children needed to attend these additional swimming sessions as all of the children passed the End of KS2 swimming test.

PLAYGROUND LEADERS:

Four children attended the playground leaders training and have delivered excellent active play all year on our Infant playground each lunchtime. The infant children have thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the organised games and it has developed not only the confidence of the Playground Leaders but it has also developed the younger children's independent play.

SPORTS AMBASSADORS:

After attending the Young Ambassador Peer leaders training session at UCLAN run by the YST eight of our y6 children have proven to be invaluable sports ambassadors for our school. They have not only led sporting teams extremely well throughout the year, but have also blogged about our successes on the Sainsbury's games website, compiled sports reports for assemblies and also organised intra school sporting competitions for each year group to take part in during playtimes and lunchtimes. They have actively helped to further raise the profile of PE and sport at Saughall All Saints.

We were also awarded the National recognition award of the Gold Games kitemark for the second year in succession for our continued commitment to PE and sports throughout the whole school.

In addition to the Gold Kitemark we also received the Cheshire Schools Achievement Award for the second year in succession for our outstanding contribution and achievement in Sport.

The school also held its first ever sports presentation evening in July 2016 which saw each child who had represented a school team celebrated for their hard work and commitment to school sport. Trophies were presented to the player of the year for each school team and also to the most improved sports person, sporting personality of the year and a special recognition award for outstanding contribution to school sport.

CSSA

The school has entered and competed well in all of the events that the CSSA have organised. Particular successes have been in the cross country where we are the current Chester Schools Cross Country silver medalists narrowly missing out( to a very strong Kings School team) on retaining our title (28 schools and over 500 participants)

CEPD

A specialist sports coach has worked all year with each of our KS2 classes focusing on a variety of different games which has had a positive impact on raising the attainment of our children in PE. It has also been an excellent opportunity for our classroom teachers to observe excellent teaching and learning with regards to their own CPD.

A specialist dance teacher has worked with each class in the school (including FS2). This has had a massive impact in inspiring teachers to teach dance effectively and also in raising the profile of dance throughout the school. The end of year 6 summer production was a huge success and featured choreographed routines by our dance teacher.

Resources

Athletics vests have been purchased and worn by our winning athletics team. Sporting equipment has also been purchased to enhance our teaching and learning during both curricular and extra-curricular time.

Sporting Achievements:

For all the latest up to date information on our superb Sporting teams please click on the link below and search for Saughall All Saints by entering our postcode CH1 6EP.

https://www.yourschoolgames.com/

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