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Sporting opportunities are actively encouraged and developed at Comberton and our children participate in weekly lessons, coaching sessions, after school clubs and a range of competitions. Our school PE and sport development priorities are based on our school context and identified pupil need. These include:
School Sport Funding:
"The government provides funding of £320 million per annum to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - will be allocated to primary school head teachers. 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 £16,000 and an additional payment of £10 per pupil.
Please look at the attached documents that explain how much funding we have received, how we are spending it and what impact it is having on our school. This is a working document, so will be changing throughout the year.
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the School Games Platinum Award. This award recognises the sporting opportunities provided by the school through: after school clubs; house and inter-school competitions; activities provided at break and lunchtimes as well as offering staff training.
We have already organised our sporting calendar for this year and have a range of opportunities available.
Sporting Update 2018-19
Our sports clubs offered this year have included: tag rugby, rounders, football, athletics, multi-skills, netball, zumba, street dance and gymnastics. We have again established Change4Life Breakfast and After School clubs as well as setting everybody the 'personal challenge' to improve their fitness levels through circuit training sessions. We've also taken some of our children to see Kidderminster Harriers play a home match against United of Manchester, Worcester Wolves basketball team compete against London Lions and Worcester netball team play one of their league matches.
We have welcomed many sports coaches and local clubs into school and our coaching opportunities have included: Tag Rugby, Basketball, Golf, Football, Dance and Hockey.
Our Year 5/6 netball team won the Wyre Forest District Netball league without losing a match!
Our girls football team competed in the south west regional finals.
Our Year 5 pupils performed at a dance festival.
Our Year 6 pupils have competed in a Sportshall athletics competition.
Our Year 5/6 children have competed against other local schools in cross country, with one of our pupils winning the Under 11 girls race!
Our Year 5 girls have participated in a football festival.
Our Year 3/4 children participated in a Tag Rugby tournament - both our A and B teams made their respective finals and we are pleased to announce our A team finished as winners! well done.
Our Year 4 children competed in a Quicksticks Hockey tournament and were runners up, narrowly losing the final by 1-0.
Girls' Football Tournament
Congratulations to our girls football team who competed against 11 other Worcestershire schools in a tournament organised by Kidderminster Harriers. They played in a mini league and then competed in the semi-final, proceeding to the final. It was a close match but Comberton came out on top and will now proceed to the south west regional finals in oxford in February. Well done!
South West Regional Finals - the girls traveled to Oxford on Monday 11th February and competed against teams from Bath, Torquay and Oxford. They played brilliantly but unfortunately didn't win this tournament. A great achievement though!