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PE and Sport Premium at Gladstone Road Primary School

The total allocation to Gladstone Primary School for 2018/19 was £18122. The funding for 2019/20 is £22900.

The funding is used to support PE in a variety of ways. Specialist coaches have come into school to deliver specific programmes including 

  • golf
  • multi skills
  • martial arts
  • fencing

In addition we have a team of in-house sports coaches who assist with delivering the curriculum and who offer a wide ranging variety of extra-curricular groups and activities. The funding has enabled the school to increase provision so approximately 100 children per week attend pre-school clubs and generally over 200 children per week attend after school sports clubs. 

The Curriculum follows content outlined in the PE programmes of study and children in Year 5 also take part in swimming lessons at Scarborough Indoor Pool.

Extra- curricular clubs include: 

Athletics                   Indoor Bowling                       Rugby                          Cross Country

Gymnastics                Boys Football                          Boys Kwik Cricket       Girls Table Tennis

Girls Football             Girls Kwik Cricket                  Boys Table Tennis       Mixed Rounders

Dance                         Netball                                  Swimming                    Unihoc

Yoga                           Tag Rugby                              Sports Clubs               Hardball Cricket

Zumba                        Fun-Fitness                            Golf                            Orienteering

We aim to get a balance between clubs which are open to anyone of any ability and those where there is some selection for a group, squad or team representing the school. Children are also able to take part in inter-class competitions. We try to involve all Key Stage 2 year groups in clubs, although in the summer term we do also offer a club to Year 2 pupils. There is generally an increase in opportunities as pupils get older and have developed their basic skills in curricular lessons. 

The school encourages children to participate in sporting activities in a competitive but sportsman-like manner.

We are part of the Scarborough Primary Sports Association. Our aim is to give children of ability the opportunity to compete at the highest level. We are pleased to report that in school year 2018/19 the Key Stage 2 pupils’ achievements included:-    

Rugby

Winter Cup Runners-Up
Titan Cup Winners

Football Boys
6 A side Winners
9 A side Winners

Football Girls
9 A side Runners Up 

Table Tennis
4th place in League 

Cricket
“Summer Smash U9s” – County Finalists

Kwik Cricket – County Finalists
Hard Ball – Pending as at 3rd July 2019                              

Cross-Country

One pupil qualified for the North Yorkshire Final at Dalby Forest

Below is a sample of the club timetable specifically for sports.

 

Pre-School

After School

Monday

Yr 3/4 Football All Weather Pitch (AWP)

Yr 4 Sports Club

Girls Football vs St Peters

Tuesday

Yr 5/6 Football AWP

Yr 5/6 Girls Cricket

Gymnastics 4M / 4B

Yr 6 Sports Club

Wednesday

Yr 3/4 Football AWP

Y6Boys Cricket Squad

Yr 5 Sports Club

Primary Table Tennis C’hips

Thursday

Yr 5/6 Football AWP

Table Tennis Squad

Yr 3 Sports Club

Rugby Practice

Friday

Yr 3/4 Football AWP

Yr 4 Cricket Squad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPACT EVALUATION for 2018-19

As a result of this additional funding, we have been and will continue to be able to:-

Get about 100 more pupils to attend sports activities that they otherwise would not access.

More pupils are able to participate in out-of-school activities such as tournaments and a wider range of clubs.

More opportunities for younger pupils with particular talents in sports to be selected for tournaments designed for older pupils e.g. a Year 4 pupils attending Swimming Events for Year 5s and 6s.

We are able to access off-site field and sports venues as we do not have a school playing field or any grass area.

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