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Sacriston Academy PE

PE information

Awards
School Games Mark

2018-2019 – Silver Award

 

Rounders
Both Year 4 and 5 took part in an intra-festival for Rounders. The children put their batting and fielding skills to the test when they played in their house teams. During the afternoon the children played against the other house teams and the overall winners of the festival was Lightning team, winning by only one more run than Fire team. All of the children showed excellent communication and sportsmanship throughout the afternoon festival. 

Durham Dash
Eight children took part in this year’s Durham Dash at Beamish Open Air Museum. The children took part in both the fielding and running events. Our children were recognised by other staff members for their impeccable behaviour and positive attitude in which they showed throughout the event. Two of our eight children got through to their heat finals and came 4th and 5th in the race, competing against the best runners in Durham, in their age category. 

Swimming

In 2018-2019 88% of Year 6 pupils were able to swim 25 metres unattended. 

 

Sports Clubs

Monday

Active Games Club – 3.15-4.15

Football club- 3:15-4:15

Tuesday

Y5/6 Football Club – 3.15-4.15

Yoga club- 3:15-4:15

Playground leaders- 3:15-4:15

Wednesday

Street Dance – 3.15 – 4.15

Thursday

Tag Rugby- 3:15-4:15

 

Sports Leaders

Our Year 6 sports captains support with the running of the playground and overseeing of yard equipment.  These children have then helped support the younger children on the yard by providing structured games and activities for them to take part in.  In addition to this, they have responsibility for collecting and collating their team points each week to be shared in assembly.  Finally, on our sports day they are invaluable role models for their team, displaying the core values of good sportsmanship.

 

Playground Leaders

Ten of our children from Year 3, 4, 5 and 6  took on the role of becoming playground leaders. The children attended an after school club to be trained up on how to lead activities and games on the yard to support children in being more active. During the after school club the children learnt a number of games and communication skills that they used on the playground.

The children then organised and ran these games on the playground with support from the dinner staff to encourage more children to be actively involved over a lunchtime. Later on in the year the children, the playground leaders received training from a coach on a Monday lunchtime to refresh their training and games they were using across the school in ks1 and ks2. All of the playground leaders trained are now confident to lead active sessions with a group of children on the yard and have the responsibility of setting this up and facilitating daily sessions.

 

School Games Values

The school games values are displayed in our hall on the sports display. During each PE lesson, different values are discussed. They are also linked into other areas of school life linking well with our rights-respecting school ethos.

Our school’s sports day is incredibly popular, with children across school coming together in their house teams.  Water, Fire, Lightning and Earth.  Competing in a range of activities with their teammates, the children strive to achieve their best in a range of inclusive sports activities.

 

The 6 School Games Values

DETERMINATION: Keep going no matter what. Determination is about the journey you go on to push yourself and achieve your dreams. Have the mental strength and self-discipline to overcome obstacles, commit to your goals and keep working every day to become the very best you can be. Don’t hold back!

RESPECT: Show respect for the referee, for the opposition, for your teammates, for yourself and for the game. Accepting victory and defeat with grace, treating others politely and with understanding. Have respect every day, in every sport and for everyone.

TEAMWORK: Treating everyone equally, supporting each other and working together to have fun and achieve. Celebrate each other’s success and be a positive team player.

HONESTY: Be honest with others and with yourself. Have the courage to do the right thing and what you know is right. Let the best person win, not the best cheat.

SELF-BELIEF: You’ve got to believe to achieve. Have the self-belief and confidence to succeed and reach your personal best

PASSION: Giving it 100 per cent. Put your heart and soul into the game and never give up. Passion makes you enter the race and passion makes you finish it.