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Our PE Vision

"For all children in Caistor C of E and Methodist Primary School to experience excellent physical education, school sport and physical activity that will lead to life-long participation."

 

What is the Sports Premium Grant?

The government has provided funding to help schools improve the quality of sport and PE for all their children.

 

How much is the Sports Premium Grant?

The premium must be used to fund additional and sustainable improvements to the provision of PE and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, in 2017/2018 school year this is £14,815. In addition, there was £7,236 carried forward from the previous year. 

 

 It is expected that schools will see an improvement against the following 5 key indicators:

  1. The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles.
  2. The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement.
  3. Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport.
  4. Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils.
  5. Increased participation in competitive sport.

The attached document shows how the funding for 2017/2018 is being allocated including how we will evidence the impact of this spend. 

 

 

Sports Premium Funding 2017/2018

The action plan and budget plan for 2017/2018 is attached below. 

File icon: pdf Evidencing the Impact of Primary PE and Sport Premium Template February 2018 [pdf 1MB] Click to download
File icon: pdf PE subject report December 2017 [pdf 63KB] Click to download

Sports Premium Funding 2016 / 2017

The action plan and budget for 2016/2017 is attached below. 

File icon: pdf Caistor Primary School Sports Partnership Report 2015:2016 [pdf 323KB] Click to download

Latest News

Competitions for this year that we are entering are highlighted in yellow. 

File icon: pdf 2018 sports competitions entry form [pdf 138KB] Click to download

Tennis - Louth Tennis Courts 

Great afternoon of tennis, hosted by Louth Tennis Club on Monday 25th June. 4 teams were entered made up of 2 boys and 2 girls. Every team made progress, with some super rallies appearing towards the end of our time at Louth. We also discovered the tricky scoring system for tie breaks as used at Wimbledon. We learnt about the magic first serve (from the right), then two service points per side starting with the left. Each team had 7 minutes to score as many points as they could. I'm delighted to report that one of our teams was awarded best sporting team for continuously supporting each other and the opposition through out the games. Well done everyone. Special thanks to our parent helper without whom we would not have been able to attend.

 

 

Cross Country - De Aston School

What a fabulous afternoon at cross country, hosted by De Aston school! 

Year 4 were represented by Yew class, with all of year 5 and 6 running in the event. We were all astounded by the fabulous attitude shown by every one of our runners, including those who were unable to run but decided that they would walk the course too. Special shout out goes to Abraham and Mr Barrick for their awesome run. 

Year 5 won both the boys and girls year 5/6 competition leading a field of some 100 runners in each case. Superb stamina, pacing and grim determination were shown by all involved. Elliot Smith won the boys race and Beatrice Lingard the girls. 

 

 

Rock Climbing - Adventurous Activity. 

Report by Elliot S - Sports Ambassador

On Tuesday 20th February 2018, year 5 and 6 went to Rock Up, Hull. It was a really enjoyable day. There were loads of walls we could have climbed.

Our goal was to climb the equivalent of Mount Everest at 8848 meters. If every child climbed  3 or more walls, we'd have achieved our goal - did we do it? YES! 

 

 

Rock Climbing - Adventurous Activity. 

Report by Elliot S - Sports Ambassador

On Tuesday 20th February 2018, year 5 and 6 went to Rock Up, Hull. It was a really enjoyable day. There were loads of walls we could have climbed.

Our goal was to climb the equivalent of Mount Everest at 8848 meters. If every child climbed  3 or more walls, we'd have achieved our goal - did we do it? YES! 

 

 

Girls Football Competition

Report by Mollie M - Sports Ambassador year 5. 

On Tuesday23rd January 2018 the year 5 and 6 girls from Grasby and Caistor went to Yarborough school to play football. The tournament was organized by Mr B Barrick and Mr Grantham. The scores were very tight and Caistor had Caistor A, Caistor B and Caistor C. Unfortunately, Grasby A won and went to the county finals in Skegness. Although, we did not win we all took part and won a trophy so it proves that taking part counts!

 

 

Cherry Class - Basketball

Report by Thomas R

Cherry Class year 4 went to Caistor Yarborough to do a basketball tournament against lots of different schools. Firstly we did some skills to warm us up, these were dribbling, passing and shooting. Then we went on to the tournament side of the event. We all played the same amount of matches but a surprise we didn’t think we would have achieved, is that 1 of our 3 teams came 3rd in the event. It was great fun and we really enjoyed ourselves.