South Street Community Primary School has been awarded the Silver Accreditation of Sainsbury’s School Games 2017. Here is a breakdown of the criteria that was met, and in many cases exceeded, by our school in 2016/17.
- Hold a School Games Day as a culmination of a year round competition programme.
- Provide a calendar of competition that demonstrates opportunities for young people with SEND to take part in competition.
- A notice board that promotes School Games activity.
- A system in place to track young people’s participation in School Games.
- Opportunities that attract less active young people to participate in physical activity (Change 4 Life & TOP Sportsability).
- A positive approach to physical activity.
- Completed the inclusive Health Check tool.
|School Games Silver Level Criteria||How South Street met the criteria|
|Provide all students with 2 hours of Physical Education and school sport per week||2 hours of PE per week timetabled across whole school.|
|Engage at least 35% of pupils in extracurricular sporting activity every week.||On average there were 54% (85 out of 157) of KS2 children engaging in extracurricular sports throughout the school year.|
|Of the 35% of pupils engaged in the school’s extra curriculum provision over the academic year 10% of these pupils should be from the non-active population.||South Street had 12% (19 out of 157 children) of non-active population engaging in extra-curricular provision.|
|Use the School Games formats to provide the opportunity for both boys and girls to take part in appropriate level of competition: at least 6 Intra-school sports (Level 1) and 4 Inter-school sports (Level 2).||Intra-school (Level 1) sports competitions: 10
Intra-school (Level 2) sports competitions: 29
|Use the School Games format to provide opportunity through inter-school competition for both boys and girls to take part in B team standard competition (at least 2 occasions).||7 B Teams entered in competitions.|
|Promote the School Games to parents and local community at least once every half term.||Link to the School Games on the school website via the fortnightly newsletter.|
|Regularly feature match reports and competition results on the school website, social media and press.||Half-termly updates on school website.|
|Engage at least 10% of students within and beyond the curriculum in leading, managing and officiating in School Games activity.||17% (27 out of 157 different children) lead, manged and officiated in some capacity in School Games activities.|
|Engage students in the planning and development of School Games activity through student voice.||13 children from Year 5/6 planned and developed the upper KS2 School Games day.|
|Utilise sports coaches to support school sport.||5 different sports coaches have been used to deliver various after-school sports clubs.|
|Have active links with at least 3 local community sports and leisure providers.||Through representation at the many competitions delivered by Gateshead School Sports Partnership we have links with 8 local community sports and leisure providers.|