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In this section:

  • Sports Honours
  • Sports Achievements 2016-2017
  • Clubs operating in the Spring Term 2018
  • Competitions Calendar 2017-18
  • P. E. action plan and information on the PE and sport premium
  • PE Milestones (Yrs 1-6)
  • The P. E. and Sport Code of Conduct

Sports Honours

 

Former (*) and current St. Pancras pupils:

National
Jack Somers (National, European and World Karate Champion) *
Blake Hoang (England U.13 Badminton Team) *
Dawson Orris (England Karate Squad) *

Regional

Mila Gordon (Basketball)*
County

Rylee Hoang (Badminton)

Roan Tucker (Cricket)

Filip Szczecina (Tennis)

Mila Gordon (Netball Performance Development Academy)*

Sports Achievements 2016 & 2017

 

  • Winners of the IPSSA Boys' Small Schools' U11 Football League 2016 & 2017

  • Runners-Up of the IPSSA Girls' Medium Schools' U11 High 5 Netball League 2016

  • Runners-Up of the IPSSA Girls' Small Schools' U11 High 5 Netball League 2017

  • Runners-Up of the IPSSA U11 Mixed Netball Cup 2017

  • Winners of the U9 Mixed Futsal Competition 2016
  • Winners of the U9 Mini Tennis Mixed Competition 2016 (represented Ipswich and South Suffolk in the County Final)
  • County Champions – Mini Orange Boys’ Tennis Team 2017
  • 3rd in the County Key Steps Gymnastics Competition 2017
  • 5th in the County Mixed Basketball Competition 2017
  • 3rd in the County Girls’ U11 Table Tennis Competition 2017
  • 5th in the County Boys’ U11 Table Tennis Competition 2017

 

League and cup results can be viewed on twitter @IPSSA_Sports 

Sports Clubs at St Pancras - Spring Term 2018 Timetable

 

Day

Before School

After School (3.15-4.15)

Monday

 

YEAR 4, 5 & 6 NETBALL CLUB

(SR, CP)

Tuesday

 

 

 

 

YEAR 2 & 3 TABLE TENNIS - Britannia Table Tennis Club (AK)

Wednesday

YEAR 1, 2 & 3 TENNIS – EBAT (8.20-8.50)

 

Thursday

YEAR 4-6 STREET DANCE CLUB – JIGZAW CREATIONZ DANCE (8.00-8.45)

YEAR 3,4, 5 & 6 GYMNASTICS PRACTICE

(LD, SR)

Friday

 

YEAR 2 & 3 STREET DANCE CLUB – CDC DANCE (SD)

 

SPORTS CLUBS in RED are delivered by specialist coaches/instructors (Community links)

(Sports practices and matches regularly take place after school)

 

The clubs may change every half term in order to give as many pupils as possible the opportunity to take part.

Physical Education & Sport Premium

PE and sport play a very important part in the life of St Pancras Catholic Primary School and at least two hour-long sessions per week are dedicated to physical activity in the curriculum. We believe that physical education and sport contribute to the overall development of young people and that, through participation in sport and physical education, young people learn more about key values such as teamwork, fair play and respect for themselves and others.

 

There is significant evidence to show the positive effects of sport and exercise on children’s physical health, growth and development. Furthermore, sport also provides a healthy environment for young people to learn how to deal with competition and how to cope with both winning and losing.

 

In April 2013, the Departments for Education, Health, and Culture, Media and Sport announced joint new funding of £150 million to support the delivery of PE and school sport. The school received £14,285 in Sports Premium funding for 2017-2018.

 

We are using the PE and Sport Premium to improve the quality of PE and Sport provision in the following ways:

 

  • Employing a full-time qualified specialist PE teacher to teach PE and sport at St Pancras (April 2014 -)
  • Providing Professional development opportunities in PE for staff in order to improve the quality of PE and Sport
  • Enhancing PE resources  to maximise high quality provision
  • Matching long-term curriculum planning to reflect School Games opportunities in order to increase pupil participation levels in inter-school competitions
  • Providing pupils with the opportunity to experience expert coaching and support in a range of sports
  • Supporting regular sport tournaments, festivals and competitions for pupils of all ages

 

The impact of the additional funding from the sports premium has seen:

 

  • More pupils with access to a greater range of sports and clubs, resulting in increased participation levels at lunchtime and after school
  • More pupils involved in School Games opportunities. For example, since March 2014 St Pancras has taken part in Mini Tennis, Handball, Gymnastics, Dodgeball, Basketball, Rounders, Swimming, Futsal, Cross-Country, Tag Rugby, QuadKids, Table Tennis and Cricket competitions against other schools.
  • Participation in the IPPSA Football and Netball League and Cup competitions.
  • Clearly defined progression from year group to year group through the Milestones approach
  • Enhanced pupil skill levels 
  • Greater access to - and attendance at - professional development events
  • Extended - and higher quality - P. E. and sports equipment

 

Please see the Pupil Premium page on the website (Key Information) to see how the PE and sport premium grant is being spent. This also includes the expected impact.

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