Sports at St Anne’s 2018-2019
“One man can be a crucial ingredient on a team, but one man cannot make a team. ”
We provide a variety of sporting opportunities at St Anne’s. We have an exciting provision of sports in the curriculum, plus our lunch time clubs and after school clubs. All of our children are taught how to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. We also participate in friendly and competitive matches with local schools and have competed within the South West Area of Schools competitions. We enjoy having professional coaches in to teach our children.
In April 2013, the government announced that £150 million would be released to fund primary school physical education and sport as part of the London 2012 Olympic legacy. Please read how we have used our Sports Premium funding to support the Sports provision within our school. Sport Premium action plan 2017-18 April 2018 and our Sport Premium Action and Impact Plan 2017 – 2018
Contact details of clubs outside of school:
Archery Gordano Valley Archery Club . Paul Maines email@example.com
Weston-s-Mare Rugby Club Glenn Dickson firstname.lastname@example.org
North Somerset Athletics Club email@example.com
Mendip Golf Springs Scoot Thompson scott
FA Football Skills Girls and Boys Football Andrew.Horne@TheFA.com
Weston-s-Mare Cricket Club Rhys Crocker firstname.lastname@example.org
Weston Super Novas Cheerleading Lois Miller email@example.com
Gemini Gymnastic Club. Carolyn Devereaux 01275 866419
Weston Seagulls Football Club Academy@wsmafc.co.uk
Weston Junior Netball Club firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook – Weston Junior Netball. Weston Netball Club are currently looking to expand their Junior section. The Junior section offers fun sessions for boys and girls aged 8 – 11 – the sessions include skills and match play and take place on a Monday evening at NSETC between 6pm and 7pm. I have attached a flyer with further information. WESTON JUNIORS NETBALL CLUB
Congresbury Tennis Club email@example.com
Fencing Jon Mason firstname.lastname@example.org Club at Churchill Village Hall, Ladymead Lane, Churchill, BS25 5NH on Wednesday evening’s. Juniors 7-8pm seniors 8 -9pm £5 a session
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Please note that in term 2, gymnastics at West Wick will be for Yr3 and Yr4. Multi sports club at Hewish and West Wick will be basketball. Archery lunch time club has been postponed for the time being.
After school and lunchtime clubs
The new club booking form letter was sent home in July of term 6 . Please login to your ParentPay account to make payment and give permission for your child to attend clubs by 31st August 2018. If a club is over-subscribed you will be notified and refunded via ParentPay. There is now a small admin charge of £1 for two terms for Netball and Multi-sports clubs. This money will be used to pay for drinks for after school matches and put towards any equipment needed. Any queries please contact Mrs Hodges.
During Term 1, children have been continuing to enjoy our after school and
lunchtime clubs. This term saw the start of our drama club at West Wick. Tennis club @WW finished at
end of term 1 and will start back in term 5.
After School Football Club
During Term 1 we were lucky enough to have Sports Coaches join us in school to teach the children different
sporting skills. The skills the children learn help them to take part in Level Two School Games events. Yr4
@West Wick and Yr5 @ Hewish have been learning the techniques of gymnastics. Sports to Schools with the
community trust of Weston Seagulls have been working with Yr3 @WW and Yr6 @Hewish on their football
Year Five Gymnastics
Year Six Football
On Thursday 27th September a team from Yr5 and Yr6 took part in a North Somerset School PE Association cycling event at Mead Vale Primary School. A trial cycling event took place last year which was a success so the event has been put on the school games calendar for this year. The teams had to ride around a circuit in a team relay format against the clock. Both our teams performed brilliantly and worked together well with fantastic encouragement for each other.The school games value for this term is determination and Bronson was awarded a special medal for his determination to do his very best and with the help of his team mates, he gained more confidence with each ride. The Yr6 team were crowned North Somerset South champions and will represent North Somerset at the Spring County Games and Yr5 came a fantastic 5th. Well done to Bronson, Tom, Eliza, Madison, Jacob, Poppy, Lilly, and Leon.
On Wednesday 3rd October, a team from Yr4 @ West Wick and Hewish took part in a School Games Multi sports Festival at Hutton Moor. The festival gave children the opportunity to experience a range of multi-sport activities on a rotation. The four workshops were ‘Racket Pack’ Badminton, Laser Run Agility, Primary plastic sword Fencing and Speed-Stacking. All the pupils received a medal for participating. As with the cycling, the theme of the event was determination. Aiden, Mya and Krystian received a special certificate to celebrate their determination to learn each new sport. Well done to Isabella, Sky, Ava, Nadia, Krystian, Lincoln, Gracian, James, Lily, Caitlin, Mya, Kamila, Joshua, B, Joshua J, Aiden and Jack
On Wednesday 10th October, a team of Yr5 and Yr6 boys took part in the North Somerset School PE Association football qualifiers at Weston super-Mare Football Club. The teams were put into pool groups playing four games. The team played brilliantly, showing good skills, team work and determination. All the games were very close with end to end football being played. Well done to Harrison, Harvey, Tom, Addi, Jayden, Brandon, Clayton, and Jack.
Cross Country Event
On Thursday 18th October, children from Yr4 and Yr5 took part in the North Somerset School PE Association Cross Country event at Hutton Moor playing fields. We entered a boys and girls team for both Yr4 and Yr5 groups. The Yr4 children ran 800 meters; this is a fun run to introduce the children to cross country. Yr5 team ran 1km. The school games value for this event was determination and I challenged the children to complete the course without stopping or walking. On the day the conditions were perfect for running. All 21 children ran brilliantly and completed the course without walking. They were all very proud of themselves and I am very proud of everyone who took part. In the boys Yr3/4 race, Giovanni finished 2nd , the girls Yr5 team came 3rd and the boys Yr5 team came 4th.Thank you to Mrs Youhill and Mrs Spencer for helping at this event and for all the support from all the parents
On Friday 19th October, Weston Rugby Club held a World Cup Touch Rugby Tournament at Weston Rugby Club. We took a Yr4 and Yr5 team along to the tournament. As this was the last day of term one, I will report on the tournament in term two.