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Cloverlea Primary School
P.E Mission Statement
      At Cloverlea Primary School we believe that physical education, experienced in a safe, engaging and supportive environment, is a significant factor in developing our children’s physical competence and confidence, team work and social skills. We promote physical fitness, the progression of key skills, physical development and knowledge of the body in action. We aim to give a stimulating, enjoyable and appropriately challenging learning experience. Children work as individuals, in pairs or take part in group activities. During creative and competitive situations they are encouraged to use their improvisation and problem-solving skills.

      All pupils experience 2 hours curriculum time P.E per week, alongside a range of extra-curricular sporting activities and a promotion of competitive sports through the Trafford School Sport Partnership. P.E lessons throughout the year include: Invasion Games, Net and Wall Games, Striking and Fielding Games, Athletics, Dance and Gymnastics and Swimming.  Extra-Curricular Clubs include: Hockey, Multiskills, Badminton, TAG Rugby, Basketball, Archery, Running and Fitness Judo, Dance, Gymnastics, Cricket, Dodgeball and Football. 

    

At Cloverlea Primary School, we enable children to:
• Be confident and competent in a range of physical activities
• Understand how physical activity, fitness and long term health are related
• Work as an individual, in a group or as part of a team
• Plan, practice, perform and evaluate work to improve physical performance
• Understand what is a safe activity and consider the safety of those around them
• Perform the activity to the best of their ability and feel proud of their accomplishments
• Have a positive attitude to physical education and enjoy participating


Cloverlea Primary will receive approximately £17, 890 this academic year, as part of the Sports Premium Allocation. We will use this funding to enhance Teaching and Learning; Enjoyment and Engagement for pupils and Competitive School Sport. 

 

Impact Statement 2016-2017

The Sports Premium Grant has helped to:

 

Increase participation in school sport

  • 100% attendance at inter-school competitions/festivals Y1-6
  • Implementation of before and after school sports clubs
  • Intra-house competitions during curriculum PE
  • Offering a wide variety of sports, both in curriculum and OSH, to engage more pupils
  • Aviva Sale Sharks 'Tackling Numbers' programme 
  • Plan and deliver a School Sports Week

 

Improve the quality of teaching of PE:

  • Courses - Maths of Day CPD workshop, PE lead, Nov 16   - Primary Orienteering CPD workshop, PE lead, Jan 17 - EYFS 'Move With' CPD Workshop, Nursery/Reception Feb 17 - I Move Dance Workshop, Year 3, March 17
  • School Grounds mapped for orienteering and high quality resources received
  • Termly PE Subject Leader Meetings/Workshops

 

Encourage children to lead Healthy Active Lifestyles:

  • MAD Fitness FAN (Fitness and Nutrition) sessions
  • Participate in Trafford STEPs Challenge
  • Access to '5 a day' online resources
  • Tesco Eat Happy project (Y4)

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Quick Sticks Hockey Festival October 2017

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Cross Country John Leigh Park Sept 17

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Sports Club Timetable - Autumn 2017

* No hockey club Weds 8th Nov due to Parents' Evening. 

Please make a careful note of the above exceptions. 

Club

Yr Groups

Day

Time

Location

Basketball

PE & Sports Hub

3-6

Monday

3.15 – 4.15pm

Hall

Girls’ Football

Altrincham FC

3-6

Monday

12.40-1.10

Front Field

Dodgeball

PE & Sports Hub

3-6

Tuesday

8.00 – 8.45am

Hall

Table Tennis

PE & Sports Hub

1-6

 

Wednesday

8.00 – 8.45am

Hall

Hockey

Sale Sports Club

3-6

 

Wednesday

3.15 – 4.15pm

Junior Playground

Gymnastics

PE & Sports Hub

1-6

Thursday

8.00 – 8.45am

Hall

Running

Mrs Rickels

3-6

Thursday

12.40-1.10

Front Field

Infant Multiskills

Altrincham FC

1-2

Friday

3.15 – 4.15pm

Playground/Hall

Ice Skating

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Bubble Football June 2017

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AFC - TAG Rugby coaching 2017

Aviva - Sale Sharks - Tackling Numbers 2017

Indoor Football Competition March 2017

Football team - Girls

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Hockey Team 2016 - 2017

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Foundation Stage Stretch-n-Grow 2016-2017

Visit from Manchester Storm Ice Hockey players

Year 3 Quick Stocks Hockey Festival - October 2016

Mad Fitness

Sainsbury's School Games - Wheelchair Basketball

Sue Smith - Athlete Mentor Visit

Pupils were delighted to welcome Sue Smith, Doncaster Belles and former England footballer to school on Thursday 30th April. Sue talked to all pupils in an assembly about her career, her accomplishments, her inspirations and motivations for becoming involved in football and also about how to deal with setbacks on your way to achieving your goals and ambitions. The assembly was hugely inspiring and pupils were very keen to ask Sue questions at the end. After that, a selection of very lucky pupils were chosen to take part in a football session with Sue, which they also thoroughly enjoyed.  An fabulous experience, the memories of which will hopefully stay with them for a very long time to come. 

Sue Smith - Athlete Mentor Visit

Trafford Monthly Sporting Values Competition

Cloverlea are proud winners of Trafford's February Sporting Values Competition. Trafford Sports' Partnership asked schools to submit entries to evidence how they demonstrate the Olympic Value of 'Respect' in their school. We made a powerpoint about the fundraising we'd done to honour the memory of Mr McCartney. We evidenced that we showed respect by raising money for the memorial benches that are now in each playground; having a commemorative assembly for his family; planting a memory tree and renaming our inter-house football competition 'The Keith McCartney Cup.' Well done to all at Cloverlea for showing that the value of respect is embedded in all that we do. 

 As a prize for winning this competition, we are hosting a visit from Sue Smith (England Footballer) on Thursday 30th April. Sue will give a presentation in an assembly, giving the children a chance to hear about her huge achievements in sport and the opportunity to ask questions. Afterwards, groups of pupils will have the enormous privilege of participating in a coaching session with Sue. We're delighted that she's visiting our school. 

Trafford School Sports Awards

 

       Cloverlea enjoyed a very successful night at the recent Trafford School Sports Awards. The event took place on Friday 28th November in the Knight's Lounge at Manchester United Football Club and was hosted by Trafford's School Games Organisers. Guests were also treated to an inspirational speech by Tim Baillie MBE - a London 2012 Gold Medalist (Canoeing) who talked about the 'Being the Best You can Be.' 

      Cloverlea Primary were officially awarded our Sainsbury's School Games Silver Mark in recognition of the level of curriculum time PE; out of hours PE and competitive sport that we offer. We were also shortlisted in 3 categories for which we received a Special Recognition Award. These first of these categories was 'Team of the Year' in which the girls' swimming team were recognised for their amazing achievement of winning the Greater Manchester Games. The second category was for a 'Cross Curricular Approach to PE'. We were shortlisted for this award for our work during the Commonwealth Games in which we took part in a Commonwealth Baton relay, organised a Baton Competition and performed a whole-school opening ceremony to our celebrations. The final category was for demonstrating an 'Outstanding Commitment to Competitive School Sport.' This was in recognition of the improvement in sports provision during 2013-14 i.e. the introduction of before school clubs and more after school clubs, the implementation of a hockey and cross country team and the fact that we enter every single event we can possibly attend. No mean feat for a small Primary School. 

       Finally, Mrs Rickels was shortlisted for 'School Sport Champion of the Year'. This award is in recognition for the hard work that goes into organising and delivering all aspects of school PE. We're delighted to announce that Mrs Rickels was deemed the overall winner of this award, beating 7 other shortlisted finalists to this well deserved honour. 

Well done team Cloverlea. Onwards and upwards!

 

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