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Sports Day Yr 1, 2 and 3

 

A big thank you and well done to all the children who participated in EYFS Yr 1, 2 and 3 sports day!

The event was well attended by parents and carers.

Here are the results

 

YR 1, 2 and 3 sports day

Overall winners  1st Place Red Team with 195 points

2nd Yellow team with 163 points

3rd Green team with 131 points rd

4th Blue team with 118 points

All Sprint Winners will be presented with certificates in assembly.

 

Sports Day Yr 4, 5 and 6

 

A big thank you and well done to all the children who participated in Yr 4, 5 and 6 sports day!

The event was well attended by parents and carers.

Here are the results

 

YR 4, 5 and 6 sports day

Overall winners 1st Place Green Team with 151 points

2nd Blue team with 147 points

3rd Red team with 144 points rd

4th Yellow team with 139 points

All Sprint Winners will be presented with certificates in assembly.

Dancing on the Green – Wells, Somerset.

 

“I really enjoyed my years in Country Dancing because we get to learn about different styles. It is fun to go to Wells and give it all we’ve got! All that practising paid off. I also love seeing different schools and working together with my friends.” Millie Year 4

 

“I really enjoyed doing Country Dancing last year and this year because it is great fun learning the different dances. It’s also amazing going to Wells and make friends with children from other years you would not have spoken to before. I know so many more dance moves and children now!” Katie Year 4

Hockey Team

Hockey Team 1
Hockey Team 2
Hockey Team 3
Hockey Team 4
Hockey Team 5

 

On Tuesday 14th March SMR Hockey team went to a Quick sticks Hockey Festival. There were 20 teams competing and throughout the day we played 8 of these teams. We managed to win, draw and loose but the most important thing was that we had a enjoyable, competitive day of hockey. The children showed fantastic team work and sportsmanship and were an asset to the school.

 

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Basketball Team 2016

Over the last 3 weeks our basketball team have been competing in a Basketball league at Hengrove Leisure Centre. Bristol Flyers have been coaching us during our PE lessons and we have been improving our passing, dribbling and shooting skills.We played several matches each week and made it to the Bronze medal play off game which were extremely proud of because there were 12 teams in our league. We lost 2 -1 and we felt disappointed but overall we felt that are skills have improved over the last 3 weeks and we played well as a team. Thank you to our parents who came to support us. 

 

 

A team of 10 children from year 5 and 6 successfully participated in the annual South Bristol tag rugby series. We played against a range of schools to determine which league we were going to play in. Due to winning our first four games we were grouped with the strongest schools in South Bristol. This gave us an excellent opportunity to compete against the best. 

 

As a team we won as many as we lost which is an outstanding effort considering it was the first time the team played together and it was an introduction for a few players who had never played tag rugby before. As the weeks passed, not only did our skill set improve but our team ethic surpassed expectations. Gracious in victory and defeat, the players did themselves and our school proud. 

 

I'd like to thank the parents and carers who came along to support the team through rain and shine. Thank you to the members of staff who helped coach and mentor the team. However, most importantly, well done and thanks to the team for their endless enthusiasm and commitment to their peers. 

 

C'mon Redcliffe! 

Yr5/6 Tag Rugby

 

Meet the Team

 

Lauren, Pablo, Thomas, Leon, Evie, Megan, Alvaro, Logan and Adelene. Our team has been competing in our Central Venue League over last few Mondays at Broad Plain Rugby Club. We have played matches against schools in our sports partnership. Results to follow...

 

Meet the Team

 

Emma, Fatimah, Lauren, Megan, Evie, Verast, Ruby, Rosa, Ellie and Stacey. On Friday 16th September the girls opened our sporting calendar with a stunning result. We claimed a gold medal finish coming top out of 10 local schools. The improvement in their passing, tackling and overall team performance was excellent. Congratulations to the team and we look forward to the mixed tag rugby at Broad Plain Rugby Club.

Girls Tag Rugby Team

Girls Tag Rugby Team 1
Girls Tag Rugby Team 2

Sports Premium Proposed expenditure 2016-17

Sports Premium Report 2015-16

SportsPremium Impact Report 2014-2015

'What is the Primary Sports Fund?'

 

Primary Sport Funding

What is the Primary Sport Fund?

 

The government are providing additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2015 to 2016 and 2016 to 2017 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport  and will be allocated to primary school headteachers.
This funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.
Schools with 17 or more eligible pupils receive £8,000 plus £5 per eligible pupil between YR and Y6.  At St. Mary Redcliffe C of E  Primary we are committed to providing children with opportunities to take part in excellent physical education in school with access to high quality equipment and expert coaching. We aim to offer a diverse range of after-school activities alongside opportunities for our children to compete against others locally and nationally.

 

 

 

Proposed Sports Premium Spending 2015-2016

Sports Premium Proposed Spending 2015-16

Aims:

To provide 1:1 coaching for teachers in order to deliver high quality PE lessons in all areas of the PE curriculum

To continue to involve pupils in a wide range of sporting competitions

To improve and develop PE resources for all pupils

To raise the profile of PE

To develop in all pupils a life long love of sport and physical activity

 

Proposed Expenditure:

  • 1:1 coaching provided by Superstars for the whole academic year
  • 1:1 coaching provided by Bristol Rugby for the whole year
  • Membership of Ashton Park School partnership and network of sporting competitions
  • Transport to and from competitions
  • PE resources
  • Rugby kit

 

Since September 2013 the number of children participating in sport at St. Mary Redcliffe Primary has risen substantially. This has been reflected in the on the field success the school has had (reaching the county finals level 3 activities in athletics and participating in a range of sports this year including: football, hockey, athletics, basketball and tag rugby!) 


Every single child in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 has participated in a competitive sport which include: Sports days, Sprints and representing the school in one of the following sports against other schools: football, netball, hockey, athletics, swimming, basketball, tag rugby and dance.


Ashton Park Sports Partnership
An amount of the money will be used to buy into the Ashton Park Sport Partnership. It is a vital tool that we have to enable all pupils the opportunity to compete in a wide range of sports at both local and county level. Cherry Kraus (the director) and her team put on a range of festivals to suit all needs. They are always competitive and allow schools to progress onto county, regional and national competitions.  As well as providing the children with much needed competition, they provided the school and teachers with a wide variety of CPD opportunities that not only build teachers’ confidence but allow high quality teaching.


Super Stars Coaching and Bristol Rugby Coaching

Sports participation at St. Mary Redcliffe will be so much more than just PE lessons, with every child in KS1 & KS2 having the opportunity, resources and guidance to be the very best they can be.

Selected curriculum PE lessons will be supported by a fully qualified, sports coach (Josh). The ratio will not only allow fantastic quality-of-delivery, but will also allow the existing primary school teachers to become actively involved in each session. This approach will see improved teacher/pupil monitoring & assessment as well 'continuous professional development' opportunities for the teacher. This will ensure pupils become physically literate, enabling them to access a lifelong participation in physical activity.   

Also, a wide variety of after school & lunchtime sports clubs will be available to the children throughout the academic year. 
The relationship between the school and its sporting partners has been created to ensure a sustainable legacy for the children, the school and the local area; and will also allow collaboration opportunities with other schools through tournaments, competitions and festivals.

Examples of provision at our school during 2015-16 include:-
Weekly sport which includes, football, hockey, dance, multi- skills, tag-rugby, netball, games skills, basketball and athletics.

  • Football, gymnastics, dance, multi- skills, tag-rugby, netball, games skills, basketball and athletics after school clubs.
  • Weekly access to qualified sports coaches.
  • Access to competitive sports which include matches, tournaments and festivals
  • inter and intra school games.
  • Swimming.
  • ‘Sign posting’ pupils to extended school sports activities and clubs outside of school time.
  • Sign posting pupils to holiday sporting activities.
  • Celebrating sporting success in and outside school.
  • Key Stage 1 & 2 annual Sports Day.
  • Dance activities and festivals.

 

Commitment to competition

 

At St. Mary Redcliffe C of E Primary we believe that regular competition is the key to engage children in sport and drive motivation to participate. For this reason, the school is a regular participant in local competitions against other schools. Since September 2013 our school has taken part in:

 

Y5/6 Tag Rugby ASSP central venue league

Yr5/6 Girls Tag rugby Tournament

Y3/4 ASSP Sportshall Athletics

Y5/6 ASSP Basketball festival

KS1 Dance Festival ASSP

Y5/6 Football with Raphael Burke

Yr5/6 Girls Football Central Venue League

Y3/4 Tag Rugby ASSP central venue league

Y3/4/5/6 Stages Dance Festival

Y3/4 Tri Golf Learning Festival ASSP

Yr3/4 Tennis ASSP

Yr5/6 Quad Kids athletics

Yr 5   G and T Academy 

 

There are more competitions to come this year and most can be found on the ASSP website http://ssp.ashtonpark.net/events

Girls Football Team

Kia (captain)

Lauren

Stacey

Rosa

Nifemi

Megan

Najma

Rhiena

Evie

For the last 2 Thursdays, after school, SMR’s girls’ football team have been competing in a football league and playing schools from all over Bristol. We played so well we only lost 1, drew 1 and won 8! This meant we went through to the next round.

We played West Town Lane who we lost to on penalties but came 3rd overall out of 22 schools so we won our Bronze medals.

We would like thank our parents for coming to watch and support us and Miss Dudding and Miss Price for coming and helping us too!!

SEND Course @ UWE in December.

 

A group of our pupils participated in a Sports event at UWE. Our children tried a variety of sports trying to improve their communication and team work skills. All children had a fantastic day and came back buzzing with excitement and applying their new skills in PE lessons.

Well done to Zubaydah, Jobe, Lexie, and Munira.

Thursday 26th November

Sportshall Athletics       Ashton Park School

Yr5/6  

Congratulations to our Indoor Athletics team who participated in range of events from standing long jump, foam javelin, speed bounce, triple jump and relay races. We finished a respectable 4th out of 8 local schools.

Girls    

Evie, Megan, Lauren, Ruby, Stacey, Ramini, Shaniya, Nifemi Kia .              

Boys

Thomas, Leon Held, Alvaro, Fred, Rufus Firth, Will Chapman, Joshua Bass, Elijah, Amos and Logan.  

Well done everyone!!

Basketball Yr5/6

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Basketball Central Venue League at Hengrove Leisure Park

 

Well done to our Yr5/6 basketball team who played 6 matches on Wednesday 11th and 18th November. We won 4 games and drew 2. Our performances got better and better as we progressed in the league.

 

Meet the team

Luca  (captain)

Josh

Ilyaas

Stacey

Cameron

Mustafa

 

Cross Country Running!

 

Well done and congratulations to all our cross country runners who participated in the SSP Cross Country Running Event at Ashton Park secondary School on Tuesday 20th October.

Will Chapman

Rudy Hill 

Amos Kingston

Lauren Chapman

Megan Hart-Jones

Evie Harris-Cook

Leon Held  

Thomas Edwards

Fred Cummings

 

A special mention to Will, Rudy, Amos Thomas and Fred who have qualified for the next round.

Watch this space!!

Tag Rugby Y5/6

Tag Rugby Y5/6  1
Tag Rugby Y5/6  2

Meet the team

 

Will (captain), Lauren, Elijah, Megan, Leon, Thomas, Kia, Amos, Najma and Josh.

Tag Rugby Central Yr5/6 Venue League

WOW!! What an amazing tournament we had. During  5 weeks we played a over 20 matches. We competed with schools all over Bristol and the competition got harder each week. 

 

The teams in our league were  Headley Park, Cheddar Grove, Southville A, Victoria Park, St. Bernadette, Birdwell and Ilminster. 

 

Overall we came 4th out of 24 schools an amazing result. The overall winners were

1st. Headley Park

2nd.  Southville A 

3. St. Bernadette 

4. SMR

 

A big thankyou to all parents and carers who cam along to support us on the sidelines and Mr. Kingston for his energy packed flapjacks!!

 

 

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Picture 2

Tag Rugby Girls Tournament at Broad Plain Rugby Club

Friday 18th September

Meet the team

 

Lauren Captain

Nifemi

Verast

Kia

Ruby

Rosa

Evie

Megan

Najma

Our Girls did amazingly well at the Girls Tag Rugby Tournament.

We played 4 matches and here are the results.

SMR 4  Oasis Connaught 2

SMR 2  Headley Park 4

SMR 2  Victoria Park  1

SMR 4  Hotwells 3

 

We progressed to the Semi- Final and played well but lost to Cheddar Grove 6  SMR 4 who were the overall winners.

Thankyou to all parents who came along to support the team and hope you are enjoying the Rugby World Cup!!

 

 

Country Dancing at Wells

 

On the 13th June, 15 girls went to Wells Cathedral to perform their country dancing skills. There was a mixture of Year 5’s and Year 2’s. During term 5 we learnt 16 dances, not including the sword dance which only 8 girls did. There are 3 different types of dances: square, circle and longways. Miss Price taught us the dances, she was amazing!

We danced our 3 favourite dances, and the sword dance, at the school fair the weekend after.

First thing we did at Wells was parade through the town centre, in our red patterned skirts; this included us holding our school banner, which Miss Ali had improved for us. We then began dancing. Unfortunately we missed one dance because of a toilet break. We were all extremely tired at the end, but it was worth it!

Report by Lyra and Audrey

Tennis Competition at David Llyod

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Tennis Competition at David Llyod 2
Tennis Competition at David Llyod 3
Tennis Competition at David Llyod 4
Tennis Competition at David Llyod 5
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Tennis Competition at David Llyod 8

Tennis Competition at David LLyod

Wednesday 10th June

 

Our Yr3/4 tennis team represented our school fantastically well today! Each player participated in 4 matches and every point scored counted towards our overall total for the school. There was some brilliant serving and volleying and it was a brilliant venue in which to play tennis. We saw Tom our tennis coach from David Llyod who came to support us and give us a few tips. It was a great day and really inspired us to play more tennis and look forward to Wimbledon!!

Miss Stone

 

 

 

Sports Day YR1, 2 and 3

Yr 1, 2 and 3 had their sports day last Friday 5th June

 

A  big thank you and well done to all the children who participated in Yr 1, 2 and 3 sports day!

The sun was shining and the event was well attended by parents and carers.

Here are the results

 

YR 1, 2 and 3 sports day

Overall winner 1st Yellow team with 157 points

2nd Red team 149 points

3rd Green team 138 points

4th Blue team 106 points

All children will be presented with certificates in assembly.

 

 

Sprint Winners

Yr 1 girls Malak Mengoud

Yr 1 boys Lavell Graham

 

Sprint Winners

Yr 2 girls Megan Brown

Yr 2 boys Zac Cox

 

Sprint Winners

Yr 3 girls Macey Whitcliffe

Yr 3 boys Reuben Harriott

 

Miss Stone

 

Sports Day Yr 4, 5 and 6

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Sports Day  Yr 1, 2 and 3

Sports Days

A big thank you and well done to all the children who participated in Yr 4, 5 and 6  sports day!

The sun was shining and the event was well attended by parents and carers.

Here are the results

 

YR  4, 5 and 6  sports day

Overall joint  winners   1st  Red and Green team both scored 115 points (the first year we have had a tie)

                                2nd  blue team   105 points

                                3rd  yellow team 104 points

All children will be presented with certificates in assembly.

Sprint Winners

 

Yr 4 girls      Evie Harris-Cook

Yr 4 boys     Alvaro Ruiz Rente

Yr 5 girls Shaniya Campbell

Yr 5 boys  Elijah Bangura

Yr 6 girls    Amaris Harriott

Yr 6 boys   Xander Pena

Thursday 12th March

Girls Football Tournament

Well done to the girls who participated in the girls football tournament on Thursday 12th March at South Bristol Sports Centre. We played 4 games agaisnt Waycroft, Ashton Vale, Weston Lane and Connaught. Rosa scored 2 goals and Kia scored 1 goal. It was a great team effort and we look forward to our next game.

 

Team

 

Abi Srnka

Saffron Barrrrett

Kia

Najma Ali

Abi Beazer

Megan Hart-Jones

Rosa Tazewell-Fletcher

 

Miss Stone

 

 Football Tournament @ South Bristol Sports Centre on West Town Lane

 

Session 1

The Girl’s did really well. First match against Birdwell lost 1-0, Ilminster Avenue won 3-0, Headley Park lost 6-0 finally Parson Street won 3-0.

Rosa scored 4 goals and Megan scored 2. Big thanks to Mr Gomez

 

Session 2

We came up agaisnt some high quality opposition in the second round. We lost the first game 4-0 to Cheddar Grove. We competed better in our second match agaisnt Waycroft and Abi scored and excellent goal and lobbed the keeper but we ran out 3-1 losers in the end. The final match was tight and we narrowly lost 2-1 with Megan finding the net and scoring for us! Miss Stone was really pleased with our performance and we are looking forward to next week which will be our final session.

Session 3

Our girls team showed great character and determination in their last 3 games.

We lost 3 - 0 to Headley Park

            1 - 0 to Bridge Farm

and       2 - 0 to Cheddar Grove.

It was a tough group to play in but the girls enjoyed the tournament and had an opportunity to met some female profeesional players from Bristol Academy. They each recieved a free wrist band and took home flyers to help them join a local club.

Big thanks to Mr. Gomez for helping and Miss Stone is looking forward to develping the team next year.

Girls Football

Girls Football 1

Tag Rugby Yr 5/6

Match report by Will Chapman

 

At the beginning of the tournament we were quite nervous, but as the matches went by we started to run fast, pass more accurately and the opposition's defence could not cope with such speed, so we scored several additional tries.

We played Parson Street and beat them 7-6 and Luckwell 8-7 and our scores and tries were quite frequent. We made a great start but lost the next two games. After several weeks and matches we came a respectable 6th place out of over 15 schools. We played really well even though we did not play every game.

Tag Rugby Team Yr 5/6

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Tag Rugby Yr5/6 team

 

Dan, Dylan, Daisy, Stefan (captain), Megan, Amos, Josh and Will.

Meet the Yr 5/6 Basketball Team,

 

We entered the Central Venue League at Hengrove Leisure Centre and played many games against local schools. We only lost 3 matches and came joint 3rd Place with Ilminster Avenue. Knowle Park came second and Holy Cross were the overall winners. It was fast and furious and we really improved our skills and enjoyed learning a new game!

 

 

Khaloud, Laraib, Theo, Zac, Tommy (captain), Josh, Xander and Fatimah

Yr 5/6 Basketball Team

Yr 5/6 Basketball Team 1

Yr 3/4 Sportshall Athletics

 

SMR took part in an indoor Athletics competiton involving track and field events. Our sprinting and relay races were super fast and our field events were five strides, standing long jump, vertical jump and foam javeline. We came second overall making us silver medal winners!!

Yr 3/4 Sportshall Athletics

Yr 3/4 Sportshall Athletics 1
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