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PE and Sport Premium 2014-15

The allocation for this academic year was £8,830 (plus £3,700 carried forward) and was used for the following:

 

  • Bought in professional services from experts
  • Developing the expertise of teaching staff
  • PE action planning, development, support and reporting
  • Newcastle United Foundation
  • Playforce
  • Purchase of new kit
  • Transport to sports venues
  • Conference

Quicksticks Hockey Festival

 

Year 4 children took part in an inter-school Quicksticks Level 2 Hockey Festival as part of Sainsbury's School Games.  Quicksticks is a 4-a-side game designed to introduce young people to hockey.

 

We are very proud of our school team members as they hadn't been playing very long and managed to win joint Gold with Regent Farm First School in the competition.  What an amazing achievement!

Outer West Learning Trust Quicksticks Competition

 

Children from Year 4 took part in another Quicksticks competition, this time playing against pupils from other schools in the Outer West Learning (OWL) Trust. We hope you enjoy looking at these photos showing some of the highlights.

QuadKids

 

Children from Year 5 enjoyed participating in the QuadKids athletics competition with pupils from other local schools.  QuadKids encompasses all the key aspects of athletics: endurance, speed, agility and strength.  Take a look at our photo slideshow to see them in action!

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