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21.11.18

Winners of the Lavington and Devizes Cluster netball tournament!

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Ofsted report - November 2018 stated:

'... that physical education and opportunities to take part in competitive sport are especially exciting.'

 

 

 

29th June 2018 - Girls Cricket County Finals

It's official - we were the winners of the County Finals today - and therefore the most excellent team in the whole of Wiltshire!

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P.E. Grant and allocation - 2018-19

PE and Sport Premium

     

 

The government is providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for the academic years 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016-2017 to improve provision of Physical Education 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 school Headteachers who will have the freedom to choose how they spend the money. The funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on improving the provision of PE and sport in schools. Ofsted will strengthen the coverage of PE and sport within the 'Inspectors’ handbook' so that schools and inspectors know how sport and PE will be assessed in future as part of the school’s overall provision.

 

 

The PE Grant, Allocation in 2017-2018

In the academic year 2017-2018 Five Lanes CE VC Primary School received a PE Grant. This is paid in two instalments - June and November. 

 

The following will be funded during the academic year:  (Please note all costings are approximate).

 

Resources Cost
Professional Sports Coaches £1,500
Sports Kits £250
Travel to Sporting Events £1,000
Sports Equipment £4,000
Break time and lunch time sporting activities. £2,000
Devizes Schools Sports Network £5,000
Sport Sheds for storage £320
More Able Children £500
Staffing costs to provide cover for staff to attend sporting events. £1,000
   
TOTAL

 

£15,570

 

Through our membership in the Devizes Schools Sports Network (DSSN), there has been an increase in teacher’s pedagogical knowledge through observing a specialist PE teacher. Schemes of work that have been developed will ensure sustainability.  The children have accessed a range of inter-school events including Dance, Gym and muli-skills Festivals (for Foundation, KS1 and KS2) which have been very positively received.  A greater number of inter-school tournaments have been entered enabling more children to participate.  For more information please follow this link http://www.devizessport.co.uk/    See our class pages for photos and further information.

 

The children are more active at break times as well as lunchtimes. The  children have trained as Young Sports Leaders at both sites and regularly plan and deliver lunch time sessions to all of the children.  These are greatly enjoyed by children and staff.

 

It is the responsibility of the Headteacher,  and P.E. leader, to report to the Governors on the progress being made towards improving PE provision in our school.

Our major sporting successes of the year.

  • 4th July 2018 - the orienteering team were runners-up at the County Finals.
  • 29th June 2018 - the girls team  were COUNTY WINNERS at the cricket County Finals.
  • 23rd June 2018 - Dauntsey's Cricket tournament.  Both teams won all of their matches and we were overall winners again this year.
  • 15th June - our mixed cricket team won at the Devizes tournament and have qualified for County Finals.
  • 13th June - today our girls cricket team were winners in the Mid-Wilts tournament and have also qualified for County Finals.
  • 6th June 2018 - our Orienteering team qualified for County Finals.
  • December 2017 - the girl's football team were second in the second round qualifiers, which means they too will go to County Finals - this time in January.
  • November 2017 - our Boccia team finished in the top four and have qualified for County Finals!
  • November 2017 - in the Dauntsey's hockey tournament the 'B' team were runners up.
  • November 2017 - our girl's football team came second in the Devizes Football tournament.  They have qualified for the next round. The boy's team also have a place in the next round.  We are the only school to have two teams qualifying for the next stage of football.
  • July 2017 - Devizes School sports awards.  Again this year we won one of the major awards - Outstanding participation in festivals.  As well as the children winning medals Mrs Alvis won the award for the best PLT (Primary Link Teacher).
  • June 2017 - Dauntsey's cricket tournament.  Both the 'A' and 'B' team won all their matches, winning medals as well as the much coveted trophy.
  • June 2017 - our team won the Devizes Cricket tournament and we qualified and attend the county finals!
  • June 2017 - the Year 3 and 4 netball team did not lose a single match and were overall champions.
  • December 2016 - our 'A' team were runners up in the Dauntsey's hockey tournament.

Sporting heroes at Five Lanes School!

On Monday 2nd of October 2017 Cassie Patten, who is an Olympic swimming medallist, came to our school to inspire our children by sharing her own journey to success.  She explained how she overcame many difficulties both at school, and as a swimmer to succeed at the highest level. 

After that, all children completed circuits (see photos) to help to raise money to support the British Olympic athletes.  We have supported the stars of the future!

Swimming

All of the children have the opportunity to have swimming lessons at the Blue Pool in Melksham.  We use excellent instructors who are encouraging and supportive.  Children are taught a range of strokes, and all aim to swim a minimum of 25 metres as well as self-rescue.  We use some of our P.E. funding to subsidise swimming lessons.

 

By the end of Year 6, the following percentage of children passed the national requirements - this means that in addition to swimming 25 metres, they can also tread water for one minute, push and glide as well as fetch a sinker from the bottom of the pool:

2018-19: 100%  (15 children)

2017-18 - 91% (11 children)

2016-17 - 94% (19 children)