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All pupils leaving Pentland Primary School are physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Football Tournament

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Pentland Primary FC competed in the SCSS football tournament. The pupil's performed brilliantly and their attitude was exemplary.

We are very proud to have picked up our first trophy of the year.  Well done boys!

Football Tournament

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Pentland Primary Year 3/4 boys and girls competed in the SCSS football tournament. They performed outstandingly well again, and reached the final, sadly getting beat 2-0. 

Another excellent day nevertheless!

 

FA Girls' Skill Day

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We have excellent relationships with the schools around our area, especially Billingham South. 

Another excellent performance from Pentland, unfortunately Billingham South were victorious. Hopefully in the summer, Pentland can seek revenge! 

FA Girls' Skill Day

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The KS1 festival involved a carousel of activities that the children can participate in and engage them in physical activity.

The carousel of activities were; Hula Fitness, Frisbee, Skip2Bfit and much more.

They enjoyed every minute of it. 

Rugby Festival

Class Newcastle spent a day at Northfield. The object of the day was to give Pentland pupil's an idea of the types of clubs that are available in their area. It offered the children a taster session from a variety of clubs. 

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Action Plan

After a successful year last year, we achieved the Silver School Games Mark award for their commitment, engagement and delivery of competitive school sport in 2016/17 our target for next year is to which Gold. 

Our action plan for next year is attached below. 

 

Budget

 

Primary PE and Sport Premium Plan for 2016/17

Our vision is All pupils leaving Pentland Primary School are physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy, active lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

In the Year 2016/17, we will receive £9,180.  This is similar to the amount we received in 2015/16.

 

How the money will be spent

Amount

Impact

Raise achievement

Stockton School Partnership Elite Scheme

£680

Teaching of PE has been judged to be good (lesson observations).

Children participate in a wide range of sporting activities with other schools.

Increased participation in competitive sport.

Increase skill set / confidence.

More participation in sport.

Training for key members of staff and supply cover for observations.

£200

Increase skill set / confidence of PE leader and other staff.

Increase pupil participation

Newcastle Falcons – Aviva Tackling numbers.

£50

Children were taught by a professional rugby coach and improved their skills and confidence in Tag Rugby. Also cross-curricular as the children were also taught Mathematics using Rugby resources.

Judo Destination

Part of Stockton School Partnership Elite Scheme

Increase skill set / confidence.

Learn a new sport.

SCSS Football Tournament Year 5/6

£42

Increased participation in competitive sport.

Increase skill set / confidence.

FA Girl’s Football Skill Day

Part of Stockton School Partnership Elite Scheme

More participation in sport.

Tag Rugby Festival

Part of Stockton School Partnership Elite Scheme

Increase skill set / confidence.

Hartlepool United Community Sports Foundation

£400

Increase skill set / confidence.

More participation in sport.

Buying new resources for the school.

Football strips

2x Goals

Tag-Rugby belts

Hockey equipment

Footballs

 

£1,200

More participation in sport.

Increase skill set / confidence.

 

 

Coaches for after-school clubs:

£2970

Increase in range of groups taking part.

Varied activities to engage different children every term.

Cheerleading

Hockey Club

Gymnastics

Tag-Rugby

Improve pupils’ engagement in Health life-styles

Developing a sports crew to promote healthy lifestyles around school.

Developing the playground with a range of sporting activities.

£1000

Increase children’s leadership

Skills and ownership of clubs and competitions.

Opportunities to be physically literate around school and alongside their allocated PE times.

the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

 

 

 

 

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