Moorside Infant and Junior School
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"As a result of good teaching, pupils learn quickly and can apply their skills across all subjects."

- 'Good' OFSTED REPORT 2017 - Moorside Junior School

Sports Premium

The legacy of the London Olympics 2012 saw the introduction of the Primary School PE and Sports Funding which is focused on improving provision of PE within primary schools.

This year our sporting competitions will be held within the Ripon City Cluster. This enables our children to compete for the school in a range of competitions at different levels of ability in the local area.  We believe this is fundamental to developing children’s team work and ability to perform in competitive sport.

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Previous Year’s PE & Sports Funding:

Teaching and Learning

In 2013/14 children and teachers benefited from the support of two specialist PE teachers.  All classes were taught Gymnastics by a fully qualified coach.  children in years 5 and 6 were also received teaching from a secondary school teacher and Olympic athlete.

In 2014/15 PE lessons for children across the school are being supported by 6th Form students from the Outwood Academy in Ripon, who are themselves learning about coaching techniques.

At Moorside Junior School, we strive to provide high quality PE sessions and use the Val Sabin PE scheme of work to ensure there is consistency and progression of skills, learning and assessment.

In 2015/16 PE lessons are been supported by trained PE specialists from Sporting Influence.  In the Autumn term, children in years 3 and 4 have received football lessons and held a mini tournament.  In the Spring term children in years 5 and 6 will receive dance lessons and a dance club and in the Summer term there will be additional tennis coaching.

Funding

The allocation of Sports Funding is matched to the development of the needs of the school.  In 2013/14 the school identified teaching development and new equipment as the two areas for improvement.  In 2014/15 the school had directed more funding to increase opportunities for children to take part in training and competitions.

Spending to date:

New sporting equipment  13/14

Gymnastics coaching and after school club  13/14

Year 5 and 6 specialist PE teacher  13/14

Val Sabin PE teaching and assessment material 13/14

Additional term of swimming lessons in year 5 14/15 and 15/16

After school coaches for cricket, football, running, fitness training 14/15

Membership of Harrogate Sports Partnership 14/15

Transport costs to competition venues 14/15

Experience day – skipping coach 14/15

Replacement sporting equipment 15/16

After school Football Coaching 15/16

CPD for teachers to plan and deliver effective PE lessons 15/16

Competitions to date:

Cross Country Ripon Cluster – 13/14 (winners)

Football Ripon Cluster 13/14

Netball Ripon Cluster 13/14

Ripon Swimming Gala 14/15

Grand Finals Swimming Gala (Harrogate) 14/15

Cross Country Ripon Cluster – 15/16 (3rd overall)

Reviews from the Children

Year 6

“The best thing about this school is that our learning is fun and we have lots of trips to new places so we have many new experiences.”

Emily Year 5

“We get to go on great school trips.”

Year 2

“I can make hot chocolate in the woods.”

Year 6

“We learn to build shelters and climb trees.”

Angus Year 1

“I like playing football.”

Owen Year 1

“We get to play outside.”

Year 6

“I think the best thing about Moorside is we have a variety of specialised teachers for specific subjects.”

Freya Year 3

“We’ve got amazing teachers and the best art teacher, PE teachers and every teacher.”

Ben Year 4

“In the morning I'm really excited to see the teachers.”

Jack Year 6

“Your not treated as pupils – your treated as a family.”

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Head Teacher: Mrs L White

School Contact: Mrs C Rowett

General Email: [email protected]