Winners of the Sportshall Athletics on Thursday 13th October 2016

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Partnership High 5 Netball Competition

 

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On Friday 4th September 2016, children in Years 5 and 6 played a fantastic game of netball and got to the semi-finals in the Partnership High 5 netball festival.

 

 

 

Girls Football Team 2016 2017

 Our Peninsula Olympics

Gymnastics

Well done to all our children for taking part in the Cluster Gymnastic competition on Thursday 11th February 2016. Key Step 1 came 1st , Key Step 2 came 1st and Key Step 3 came 6th. Following on from this competition at the Partnership Large Schools Key Steps Gymnastic Competition on Wednesday 2nd March our Key Steps 1 children came 1st place and will now be competing on 24th March for the County in Penrith.

 

Tri Golf Festival

On Wednesday 22nd April Years 3,4,5 and 6 represented our school in the CPPSSA Tri golf festival for our local schools. Well done to everybody who took part and we are very proud of you all as you won the competition. Years 3 and 4 went to the Tri Golf Partnership Competition on Wednesday 20th May and came 2nd. Well done. Years 5 and 6 are looking forward to the final on Wednesday 3rd June 2015. Good luck.

 Rounders Festival

On Wednesday 20th May 2015, children from Year 5 and Year 6 were brilliant playing and won a rounders festival with our cluster of local primary schools. Well done to our team!

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Dance performance at Victoria Hall.

On Friday 9th January 2015, the whole school from Reception to Year 6 performed their class dance brilliantly. Lucy Everett from Dance Attik worked with both teachers and pupils to choreograph each dance. We decided to perform at the Victoria Hall to show parents how we are spending our PE funding.

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Sportshall athletics

On Tuesday 27th January 2015, some children took part in an athletics session at Cartmel Priory School.

Key Steps Gymnastics.

On Wednesday 28th January 2015 children from our school took part in our cluster gymnastics festival.  All children performed very well and we were all very proud of everybody who took part. Our Key Step 1 team came 1st, Key Step 2 came 4th and our Key Step 3 team came 4th.  We then took part in the Large Schools Partnership gymnastic festival on Friday 30th January 2015. Key Step 1 team came 3rd, Key Step 2 came 3rd and our Key Step 3 team came 4th. Well done to everybody involved.

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Well done to our cross country team.

Cross Country photo On 7th January 2015, our children in Years 5 & 6 took part in the Primary District Trials for Cross Country at Casterton. All children performed really well. One of our competitors Mia Heath qualified for the county championship at Kirkby Stephen.  At this event she did the school proud and finished 4th, which is fantastic!

 

Grange C.E. Primary P.E. and Sports Premium

At Grange CE Primary we believe that physical education, physical activity and outdoor education, supports and complements our school ethos. We firmly believe that children will only engage in physical activity, personal sporting success and competitive sport if they are allowed to become participants in sport first. For children to truly enjoy physical education in school sport they should adopt the approach of both performer and coach. By fostering these skills through the enjoyment of participation, children are able to partake in high quality, supportive physical education as they progress through the school. Developing skills that are essential if progress and attainment in competitive sport is to be achieved. Following on from the success of the 2012 London Olympics the government is providing additional funding of £150 million to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – will be allocated to primary schools. This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only by spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. 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. At Grange CE Primary the funding is being used to deliver the following projects and initiatives.

  • The identification and hiring of specialist PE teachers and qualified sports coaches to work with the children and staff to develop high quality PE lessons and staff skills
  • Support and development from CPPSSA to provide current festivals and assist in the development of further festivals
  • Employment of PE specialists to assist with planning and delivery of cluster initiatives
  • Cluster involvement in providing staff support for developing high quality PE in identified areas.
  • Development of provision, variety and number of sporting after school clubs
  • Updating and development of resources to provide quality PE lessons.

Year 1 (2013-14)

Development of curriculum football to ensure all children are challenged during lessons. Development of hockey both during curriculum and after school to encourage the existing links we have with Ulverston Hockey Club. Support for planning and delivering curriculum gymnastics to maintain the high standards shown through competition at county level.

Year 2 (2014-15)

Development of curriculum rugby to ensure quality PE lessons as well as linking with local clubs. Support to improve the quality of Dance lessons within the curriculum and provide children with stimulating and challenging lessons. Development of curriculum and out of school athletics to develop the progressions of skills taught building on festival success and secure the links we have with existing clubs.  Working with Active Cumbria on the Impact Factor to track and ensure progress for pupils and value for money when engaging coaches and delivering CPD.  Achieve Sainsbury’s School Games Mark.

Funding received:£7,688.00

Year 3 (2015-16)

Development of curriculum and out of school orienteering to link with local clubs and engage pupils who may not normally attend sports clubs. Introduction of open water swimming for the upper KS2 classes to build on the adventurous aspect of PE and sport and supplement NC swimming.  Cycling across the school to extend the provision in school with the introduction of balance bike curriculum sessions in the Early Years Foundation Stage.  Tennis -development of multi-skills leading to tennis for KS1 and development of this at after school club and local tennis club level.  Network hub -Cartmel Cluster and South Lakes with active Cumbria to further develop work on impact and assessment.  Staff and pupil training for Change4Life activities at lunchtimes.

IMPACT of  previous/current sports funding:

See photograph gallery in sports section of website.

See IMPACT FACTOR report by Active Cumbria for case study of impact of dance coaching:

http://www.activecumbria.org/files/9314/3825/7440/22144_Impact_Factor_Evaluation_Report_single_pp.pdf

This year we have identified improvements in the success in local and county events-1st place at Key Steps 1 and Key Steps 2 at local cluster; 1st place Key Steps 1 at S Lakes level and 2nd place at County Level in the large school category (our school is considered to be a small school nationally) for our gifted and talented gymnasts. Football -1st place for our girls in Y3/4 and high places for the other boys and girls teams.

  • Achieved Sainsbury’s School Games Mark-Bronze Level and working on next level.
  • Increased number of pupils have attended sports clubs -across whole age range

50% football for Y1/2 -this includes an increased number of girls.

50% of Y1/2 pupils taking part in dance after school club -including boys.

Younger pupils -Y1/2 attend tennis club and are showing good progress with basic skills-evidenced through feedback by Grange over Sands tennis club coach.

50% of pupil premium pupils age 4-11 taking part in competitive sports during and after school

80% 0f KS2 pupil premium pupils taking part in competitive sports and clubs.

How have we spent our PE funding so far during 15/16?

Total funding for 15/16 to date: £4,797.00 with additional funding to be received April 16

  • £707 -Funding for cluster member of staff from Cartmel Priory Secondary School to increase the festivals that are currently available; to manage these and coordinate work in schools with PE subject leaders in the cluster (See example of festivals and sports for 15/16 below)
  • £2,437-staffing and resources to provide provision of lunchtime activities and support through the Playleaders Scheme for Y5 young leaders. CPD for SEND Teaching Assistant.
  • £2,130 -coaching and clubs -Orienteering, football and dance.
  • £1, 972-equipment for indoor and outdoor sports .

 Year 4 (2016-17)

CLICK HERE to see how we use our Sports Premium

 

Primary Festivals 2016/17

Hockey

Multi-skills Y1

Cross Country

Football

Gymnastics -Key Steps-local and County Level

Dance Platform with South Lakes and Barrow Schools

Athletics

Tri Golf Tournament

Tennis

High Five Netball

 

Future Objectives:

This girl can…(To increase number of girls who continue to enjoy sport)

Sport accessibility for pupils with SEND and those pupils who have never attended a sports club.

 

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