Sports 2013-2014

The impact of P.E. funding on St. Michael’s Primary School 2014-2015

PE participation has greatly increased, added greatly by the PE funding.  Below is an indication of the numbers of children attending competitive sports events.  Throughout, the children have achieved well even against larger schools.  In 2014-2015 we hope to build upon our successes especially in football and rugby.

Intra-school Level (organised through lunchtime staffing)

  • House Lunchtime Football League   30 children Y4/5/6
  • House Tag Rugby Tournament   28 children Y3/4
  • House Rounders Tournament   30 children Y3/4
  • House Basketball League   30 children Y5/6

Cluster Activities

  • Skipping Festival   Whole School – Key Stage winners went on to represent at the inter school competition
  • Hockey Festival   Y5/6
  • Tag Rugby Festival (held at St.Michael’s run by Frampton RFC) Y3/4

Inter-school Level

  • ESFA Boys Sevens Tournament 10 children Y5/6
  • Bristol Rugby Tag Tournament   10 schildren Y3/4
  • Tag to Twickenham Tournament   10 children Y4/5/6
  • High 5 Netball Tournament   8 children Y5/6
  • Kwik Cricket Festival   10 children   Y4/5/6
  • PE Association South Glos Swimming Gala   12 children Y3/4/5/6
  • Quad kids Athletics Competition   10 children   Y5/6
  • PE Association Festival of Youth Sport   16 children Y1/2/3/4
  • Schools Football League   20   children   Y5/6
  • Annual sports day- all children


Other uses of the money included;

Training/ Meetings

  • 6 PE Cluster Meetings
  • WESport PE Conference
  • Forest schools training and accreditation

The impact of these was to help set up all the interschool competitions, share good practice and share resources. Forest schools training will help deliver the outside curriculum encouraging outside activity and healthy lifestyles.  Next year we will start to roll out programme of learning developing areas around the school.

Qualified sports coaches

In football and netball, coaches were bought in to deliver high quality lessons to pupils and to help the teachers improve their practice.

New scheme of work

The impact of this is to act as a resource for teachers, ensure continuity and progression of skills throughout the school.  Feedback from teachers has been that they are a great improvement on the old scheme of work and has improved their knowledge and delivery of all sports.