Spratton CE Primary School

'Living and learning together, celebrating life in all its fullness' John 10:10

Curriculum - PE and Sport

 

Spratton Sports Partnership with Pacesetters

https://www.pacesetteronline.co.uk/

Coaching
Pacesetter deliver PE sessions in our school every week. They also offer a pre-school Gymnastics Club and an after-school Multisports Club.  
 
Wellbeing
We are passionate about promoting wellbeing and equipping people of all ages with tools and techniques to build emotional resilience.
 
The Pacesetter Games
The Pacesetter Games is an inter-school competition, allowing children to compete in a variety of sports including football, dodgeball, tag rugby, athletics and cricket.
 
PlayMaker Award
This award, delivered to year 5 pupils, gives learners the opportunity to lead activities during break times and organise small games and activities.
 
Magnificent Mind Champion Training
The Magnificent Mind Champion Training aims to equip Year 5 pupils to become Pacesetter’s "Magnificent Mind Champions" who will help spread lots of positive mental health related messages across the school.
 
PE Curriculum

We recognise the importance of providing all children with a broad and balanced curriculum which is engaging and encompasses all aspects of our vision and values.

The PE curriculum incorporates the frame work of the National curriculum 2014 including a wide range of sports and activities to ensure a balanced education, access to a variety of different sports, games and physical activities and increase overall activity levels. We are passionate about promoting wellbeing and equipping people of all ages with strategies and techniques to build emotional resilience and use physical activity for wellbeing. 

PE at Spratton is taught by a mixture of children’s class teachers, specialist PE coaches and when possible, qualified coaches from local sports clubs to build links with these clubs and encourage children to take part in sports outside of school.

Pacesetters Clubs

We like to provide as many different opportunities as possible for children to be active in different ways.

Pacesetters offer two clubs, Gymnastics before school on Mondays and Multi-sports after school on Mondays. Parents/Carers can book online or by phone.

These subsidised sessions are great value for money and places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

 

Pacesetters and PE/Sports News

Jan 2022

Winter Olympics Competition - KS2

The children took part in a Winter Olympics themed competition with events including new age Kurling, UKS2 had a wonderful time and represented the school with pride.

   

 

Dodgeball

 The UKS2 children have been enjoying dodgeball sessions with our PE coach. 

 

 

 

11.12.2021

December 2021

October 2021 - KS1

We always warm up before we start our PE sessions.

    

   

October 2021

Being the best we can be!

Our aim here at Spratton CE Primary is for all of us to be the best that we can possibly be! We support all children to strive to attain the very best they can in terms of educational, personal and social development. This includes being respectful and supportive towards others as well as developing our own Christian values.

Seven of our Year 5 and 6 children took part in a Pacesetters 5-a-side football competition. What impressed the staff most about this experience was the children’s enthusiasm sportsmanship and teamwork, in addition to their demonstration of skills and utter determination.

Despite tough competition from other local schools, and noting that this was their first ever competition, they did themselves and the school proud, being 4th out of the seven teams who attended.

Well done to the whole team for representing the school so well on every level.

 

September 2021

Pacesetters Playmaker Award

Year 5 and 6 took part in the Playmaker Award delivered by Pacesetter Sports & Wellbeing.

The Award gave learners ideas to develop organisational and leadership skills alongside communication and teamwork.

Our pupils planned their own sports session focussing on four qualities; participants, area, communication and equipment (PACE).

             

It helped them build confidence and self-esteem and will provide them with future opportunities to deliver activities at break, lunchtimes and extra-curricular clubs to the rest of the school.

They will use their skills leading playmaker activities at playtimes. Well done everyone!

 

2021-2022 Sports Competitions

8th October – Year 5/6 Football

14th January – Year 5/6 Winter Olympics

22nd April – Year 1/2 Gymnastics

27th May – Year 3/4 Athletics

17th June – Reception Multi-Skills

1st July – Year 3/4 Cricket Competition