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Sports and PE

We have recently been awarded a School Games Gold for our commitment to developing competition in our school and across the community.

All children have access to regular timetabled PE lessons as well as planned active break times. From September 2018, we are trialling starting each day by running 'the daily mile'. This is a 15 minute run or jog outside to improve fitness and mental health.  KS2 children are taught PE by our specialist PE teacher Miss Nethercot who is a trained sports coach as well as a qualified teacher. 

We take part in regular sporting competitions. This year we have competed in the following:

 Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
  • Y5/Y6 football tournament—2nd place
  • Y2 football tournament
  • Sports’ Leader training
  • KS2 Girl’s Football
  • Curling at Ice Sheffield - 1st place
  • Gymnastic and Cricket coaches
  • Y5/Y6 Sports Hall Athletics—1st place
  • Y4 Basketball—2nd place
  • KS1 Dodgeball
  • Y3/Y4 Athletics - 1st place
  • Y5/Y6 Athletics Finals
  • Cycling Competition
  • Boccia competition
  • Y5 basketball
  • Y4 basketball finals
  • Y2 Concord
  • Y5/Y6 Handball—3rd place
  • Judo taster sessions
  • Rugby coach
  • SWFC sessions
  • Y5/Y6 Girls’ Football

 

  • Y4/Y5/Y6 Rugby
  • Scooter Workshop
  • Y5/Y6 Tri-Golf
  • Football Catholic Cup
  • Y3/Y4 Rugby
  • Swimming Gala champions
  • Sports’ Day
  • KS2 Archery/Fencing/Ultimate Frisbee/Cheerleading
  • Tennis coach
  • Partnership Games


The Government is providing funding of £150 million per annum for at least 3 years to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. The purpose of the funding is that schools will have to spend the sport funding in improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Please see the document attached for how we have spent this additional funding at St Mary's 


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Lynsie Tuplin,
10 Apr 2018, 07:11
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