PE and School Sport

Exminster's Vision for PE

To promote the health and well-being of the children in Exminster Primary School, through high quality physical activity and health education which enhances, fitness, competence, skill development and a life-long enjoyment of physical activity.

Autumn Term Clubs 2016

Teacher . Club & year group. Day, time and place.
Mr Mammola

Year 3 Football

(children must have suitable trainers for this club which may get muddy)

Monday 12:00-12:35

3M

Max. 14 children

Mr Herring

Year 5/6 Tag Rugby

(children must have suitable trainers and PE Kit for this club which may get muddy)

Friday 12:00-12:35

6HJ

Max. 16 children

Mr Slingsby

Year 4 Football

(children must have suitable trainers for this club which may get muddy)

Wednesday 3:30-4:15

4S

Max. 14 children

Mrs Miller

Year 1, 2 & 3 Multi-Skills Sports Club

(children must have suitable trainers for this club which may get muddy)

Tuesday 12:30-12:55

5L

Max. 20 children

Mrs Torres Yr 1-6 Spanish Club

Monday 12.15-12.45

3M

Max. 14 children

Mr Moore & Miss Vanstone

Young Voices Choir

(This club is currently full)

Tuesday 3:30 – 4:15

3BM

Mrs Munslow & Mrs Witcomb

Finger Knitting

Any year group.

(This is a drop in club so there is no need to return a form.)

Tuesday 12:30-13:00

4W

Miss Vass & Mrs Norris

Home Learning Club

(This is a drop in club so there is no need to return a form.)

Tuesday 12:00-12:30

5V

Mrs Fuller & Mrs Godbeer

Year 6 Girls Club

(This is a drop in club so there is no need to return a form.)

Monday & Friday 12:00-12:40

Room 11

Mr Maynard & Mrs Walledge Year 5/6 Code Club

Tuesday 8:00-8:40

6HJ

Max. 15

Miss Bevan

Year 1,2 & 3 Colouring Club

(This is a drop in club so there is no need to return a form.)

Thursday 12:00-12:30

2B

Mrs Pike KS2 Allotment Club

Thursday 3:45-5:00

Meet in the School Office area

Max. 10 children

 

Autumn Term Clubs 2016

Teacher . Club & year group. Day, time and place.
Mr Mammola

Year 3 Football

(children must have suitable trainers for this club which may get muddy)

Monday 12:00-12:35

3M

Max. 14 children

Mr Herring

Year 5/6 Tag Rugby

(children must have suitable trainers and PE Kit for this club which may get muddy)

Friday 12:00-12:35

6HJ

Max. 16 children

Mr Slingsby

Year 4 Football

(children must have suitable trainers for this club which may get muddy)

Wednesday 3:30-4:15

4S

Max. 14 children

Mrs Miller

Year 1, 2 & 3 Multi-Skills Sports Club

(children must have suitable trainers for this club which may get muddy)

Tuesday 12:30-12:55

5L

Max. 20 children

Mrs Torres Yr 1-6 Spanish Club

Monday 12.15-12.45

3M

Max. 14 children

Mr Moore & Miss Vanstone

Young Voices Choir

(This club is currently full)

Tuesday 3:30 – 4:15

3BM

Mrs Munslow & Mrs Witcomb

Finger Knitting

Any year group.

(This is a drop in club so there is no need to return a form.)

Tuesday 12:30-13:00

4W

Miss Vass & Mrs Norris

Home Learning Club

(This is a drop in club so there is no need to return a form.)

Tuesday 12:00-12:30

5V

Mrs Fuller & Mrs Godbeer

Year 6 Girls Club

(This is a drop in club so there is no need to return a form.)

Monday & Friday 12:00-12:40

Room 11

Mr Maynard & Mrs Walledge Year 5/6 Code Club

Tuesday 8:00-8:40

6HJ

Max. 15

Miss Bevan

Year 1,2 & 3 Colouring Club

(This is a drop in club so there is no need to return a form.)

Thursday 12:00-12:30

2B

Mrs Pike KS2 Allotment Club

Thursday 3:45-5:00

Meet in the School Office area

Max. 10 children

 

Summer Term Clubs

This term we have a variety of clubs on offer for children across all year groups. Please take a look at the list to see what clubs are on offer this term:

 

Teacher Club & year group Day, time and place
Mr Wilsher Year 3/4 Football

Tuesday 12:00-12:35pm

Meet in 4W.

Shin-pads are essential in order for your child to take part in this club. They can bring full football kit to wear too.

Max. 16 children.

Mr Mammola KS2 Basketball Club

Tuesday 3:30-4:15pm

Meet in 4M.

Max. 16 children.

Mr Slingsby Year 2 Tag Rugby

Wednesday 3:30-4:15

Meet in 1S

Max. 14 children.

Mrs Pike KS2 Allotment & Gardening

Thursday 3:30-5:00

Meet outside Year 4

Max. 10 children.

Mr Phillips Year 5/6 Football

Tuesday 3:30-4:15

Meet in 6MN.

Already selected – no spaces available.

Mr Moore KS2 Maths Games Club

Monday 12:00-12:40

Meet in 3BM.

This is a drop in club so children are not required to return a form.

Mrs Norris/Mrs Sydenham

KS2 Drama Club

This club will start on Tuesday 3rd May.

Tuesday 3:30-4:15

Meet in 4W.

Max. 20 children.

Mrs Miller

Reception & Year 1 Football

This club will start on Friday 6th May

Friday 12:30-1:00

Meet in RLM.

Max. 20

Mr Herring/Mr Preston KS2 Cricket Club

Monday 12:00-12:35

Meet in 6HJ.

Max. 18

Mrs Nowell KS2 Girls Striking & Fielding Club

Friday 12:00-12:30

Meet in 6MN.

Max 18

Mr Gould Exe Schools’ Orchestra

Monday 4:30-5:30pm

School Hall

Please email Mr Gould directly or see Mrs MacDonald for more information about this club.

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Mrs Coville/Mrs Miller KS1 Reading Club

Friday 12:20-12:45

Meet in 2CS.

This is a drop in club so children are not required to return a form.

Mrs Badcott/Miss Vass Reading Ambassador Club

Wednesday 12:20-12:50

Meet in the Library.

Children already selected

Mrs Lewis

Drawing Club

Any year group

Tuesday 12:30 – 12:55

Meet in RLM.

This is a drop in club so children are not required to return a form. The club will be capped at 20 children for each week.

Mrs MacDonald

Year 6 Club

(Runs until Half Term)

Monday 12:00 – 12:30

Meet in 6MN.

This is a drop in club so children are not required to return a form.

Mrs MacDonald School Radio Club

Tuesday 12:30 – 12:55

The Radio Team has already been selected for this club. However, if your child would like to share something on the school radio, please see somebody from the Radio Team.

Mrs Witcomb & Mrs Munslow

Knitting and  Crochet Club

Any year group

Wednesday 12:30 – 12:55

Meet outside Year 4.

This is a drop in club so children are not required to return a form.

PE Curriculum

Exminster's Vision for PE

To promote the health and well-being of the children in Exminster Primary School, through high quality physical activity and health education which enhances fitness, competence, skill development and a life-long enjoyment of physical activity.

 

PE within the National Curriculum

PE at Exminster is currently organised in accordance with the guidelines stated within the National Curriculum (2014).  In Key Stage One and Key Stage Two we teach high-quality physical education using the recommended subject content, which inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in both competitive and non-competitive sport.

 

Key Stage One Content

EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 use the Dartmoor School Sport Partnership Key Stage One resources and curriculum documents. Fundamental movement skills, gymnastics, dance, games development and physical development are taught in each year group with key progressions each term. Year 2 are taught swimming and water safety skills in the Spring Term.

 

Key Stage Two Content

Through the Devon PEDPASS Medium Term Planning documents, Key Stage Two children are taught in the following areas:

- Games activities

- Gymnastics activities

- Dance activities

- Swimming activities and water safety

- Athletics activities

- Outdoor and Adventurous activities encompassed within a residential visit.

 

PE outside the National Curriculum

Alongside the legal requirements of Physical Education within school, Exminster Primary offers other additional physical learning opportunities throughout the day such as:

- Huff and Puff – Active Playtimes

- A range of lunch time and after school sports clubs

- Festivals and Tournaments throughout the year

- Change 4 Life sports club

 

EYFS and KS1 Curriculum Map

KS2 Curriculum Map

PE Progression of Skills Document

Exminster Community Primary School Physical Education Policy 2015/2016

Sport Premium Funding

What is the Sport Premium Funding?

In March 2013 the government announced that it was to provide additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 to improve provision of PE and School Sport.

 

This funding - provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport - is allocated directly to the schools. The funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

 

On 6th February 2014 the Prime Minister, David Cameron committed to continue the funding for the Sport Premium until 2020.

Objectives of the Sport Premium Funding

The objectives of improving PE and School Sport include:

 

·         The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick-starting healthy active lifestyles

·         The profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement

·         Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport

·         Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils

·         Increased participation in competitive sport.

 

 

DSSP Girls Kwik Cricket Competition

On Monday 22nd May 2017, eight girls from Year 6 took part in a DSSP Girls Kwik Cricket Competition at South Devon Cricket Club in Newton Abbot.

The girls were involved in three cricket games, winning two and losing one. Their performance could be good enough to get into the Area Finals - we will have to wait and see!

Well done to all pupils who took part, particularly those who were playing cricket for the first time. You represented the school with pride and performed brilliantly.

Year 3/4 Football Competition

On Friday 21st April 2017, 7 chaps from Year 3 and 4 took part in a 7-a-side Football Competition at Forches Cross. We had qualified for the Trophy competition by winning our qualifying group, and the lads kept on their fantastic record of doing very well.

From six games we won three times, drew twice and lost one, scoring ten goals and conceding only two.

With their highly rated coach (Mr Wilsher) on the touchline, the boys were outplaying the opposition in most games, but a loss came when Mr Wilsher had to referee a game elsewhere and the boys kicked off without the tactical genius coaching them from the side. Fortunately, Mr Wilsher returned for the next game and normal service was restored.

This loss was to prove costly though, as a draw against the eventual winners put Exminster into second position.

Finishing strongly with a 4-0 win, Exminster rounded of the competition in style. All the boys showed great quality on the ball, off the ball, and in their sportsmanship towards the opposition.

Congratulations to all the players on your fantastic second spot finish, and thanks to all the parents who helped out.

DLP Boccia Event

On Friday 21st April 2017, Ratcliffe School hosted the third annual Boccia Tournament to be held within the Dawlish Learning Partnership. Children from schools across the  Partnership came together to play Boccia in a friendly competition.

Boccia is an inclusive seated bowling game and involves two teams playing against each other to bowl their balls as close to the ‘jack’ as possible.

The event proved to be a very positive experience for all teams involved and all pupils seemed to enjoy the calm, relaxed atmosphere associated with the game, with the ‘knock out’ competition adding some excitement to proceedings.

In total, 8 teams took part representing Ratcliffe, Cockwood, Westcliff, Kenn, Starcross, Kenton, & Exminster Primary Schools.

The team from Exminster successfully showed their skills in teamwork, cooperation and tactics but were eventually pipped at the post by Kenn who won for the 2nd year in a row.

Well done to all four children who attended.

DSSP Gymnastics Competition

On Thursday 30th March, 12 children took part in a DSSP Gymnastics Balance competition at South Dartmoor Community College. The children had to attend some gymnastics practise sessions where they got used to their balances and floor routines. Year 3 and 4 performed paired balances whilst Year 5 and 6 had to balance in threes. Well done to everybody who took part for your fantastic effort and hard work! Thank you to the parents who were able to assist with transport to the event.

DSSP Year 4 and 5 Badminton

On Tuesday 17th January 2017 eight children from years 4 and 5 took part in a DSSP Badminton Event at KEVICC (Totnes).

The children were playing by the standard rules of badminton, where they scored a point if the shuttlecock landed in the opposition half of the court. 

The children got split into A and B teams, and the children came an overall 5th. Although it is a sport which the children rarely get to experience, they all threw themselves into the matches with gusto and highlighted the exceptional standard of behaviour  associated with Exminster Community Primary School.

Evie "I really enjoyed it because I had never played badminton before. Hopefully next time I'll be able to play more games."

DSSP Year 4 Tag Rugby Champions

On Tuesday 29th November, 8 children from Year 4 too part in the DSS Partnership finals. In the group stages they won against Decoy 5-4 and Dunsford 7-4. They drew against South Brent 2-2 and TCS 3-3. The team had done just enough to qualify top of the pool and play Bovey Tracey in the final. There was both fantastic attack and defence on display from Team Exminster and it was a nail-biting final that had the crowd gripped. Exminster's final try was ruled to have been knocked forwards leaving the score tied at 3-3. Exminster shared the Gold medals and finished as joint Partnership champions.

Well done to all the children involved who showed great determination and progression of their skills throughout the morning.

DSSP Year 3/4 Football

On Monday 14th November 2016, Exminster took part in a 7-a-side football competition at South Dartmoor Community College.

The boys were extremely competitive in every game and ended up scoring 19 goals and conceding 0 - solid in defence and lethal in attack!

The boys' passing improved in each game and they ended up scoring some great team goals after long periods of possession. They all had chances playing in different positions for the school and it was lovely to see how willing they were to adapt for the good of the team.

Thanks to parents who came along and supported in lifts to and from the event, and to those who were able to watch the children play.

We are looking forward to the next round of games where I am sure the opposition will be a bit trickier.

Max: "It was quite fun because we didn't lose a game."

Jake: "I thought it was amazing because we all played as a team, we did lots of passing and from the passing we scored lots of goals." 

DLP Swimming Gala

On Wednesday 9th November 2016, 12 children from years 4, 5 and 6 took part in the annual DLP Swimming Gala, held at Dawlish Leisure Centre. 

Firstly, the children had to compete in individual events, including breaststroke, backstroke and front crawl, later followed by three relays where they worked as a team swimming a length each whilst holding onto balls and floats. The races were all very close!

The children all showed excellent sportsmanship and team spirit and were extremely loud when cheering on the rest of the Exminster team.

We came 3rd, only 8 points behind the winning team. A huge congratulations must go to all 12 children for stepping up to the challenge and giving it their all.

Georgia: "It was fun and a little bit nerve racking at the same time. This was because it was scary as you could let your team down. None of us let the school down though."

DSSP Change4Life Event

On Tuesday 8th November 2016, 6 children from Exminster represented the school in a C4L Event held at Newton Abbot College.
The children were encouraged to take part in a huge range of different activities which taught them vital skills in all areas of PE.
They got to interact with other children from around the Dartmoor School Sports Partnership and all the children displayed our Rainbow Values by contributing to the DSSP community and engaging with all the activities. Well done to all the children who went on the event.
Leo: "It was really good because we did different sports. There was tennis, ball games, parachute games and curling."

DSSP KS1 Football Festival

On Thursday 29th September, 17 children from Exminster School took part in a football festival at Stover School. They all demonstrated fantastic effort and excellent sportsmanship when they gave the opposition three cheers after each match. Well done to all the children who were involved.

DSSP KS2 Cyclo Cross

On Tuesday 4th October, 32 children from Exminster School took part in a Cyclo Cross event at Stover School. All the children did fantastically well and reported that it was good fun but tiring! Team Exminster put in a brilliant effort and finished 2nd in the Yr 3/4 category and 2nd in the Yr 5/6 category. A special mention must go to Olivia Moore from 4W who finished 1st in her race. Well done to all the children who took part.

DSSP KS2 Cross Country

On Wednesday 21st September, 50 children from Exminster School took part in a cross country event at Stover School. It was fantastic to see so much effort and determination shining through from the Exminster children and their consistent display of the Rainbow Values. Warren said, "It was really hard but I tried my best." It was also great to get such high numbers at one event and see so many yellow tee shirts representing our school. The Year 3/4 team were crowned champions and have added to the Exminster silverware. Well done to all the children who took part. A special mention must go to Thomas Brown from 4S who came 1st in his race against more than 100 other competitors.

Thanks again to the generosity of our parents who provided transport and cheered on Team Exminster. Without your help these events could not be possible.

Tour of Britain Cycling Challenge

On Friday 11th September 4 children from Exminster School took part in the Tour of Britain Cycling Challenge. They braved the cold and rainy weather at Haytor and cycled the final hill climb of the stage. The children did extremely well. They were fantastic representatives for the school and finished in 4th overall. They were then treated to seeing the Tour riders cycle up the road and watched them cross the finish line.

Mia said, "It was really rainy and tiring and my legs still hurt but it was great fun! I was really happy that I came first in my race!"

DSSP Dartmoor 3 Ball Finals

On Wednesday 13th July, 8 Year 5s and 6s took part in the finals of the DSSP Dartmoor 3 Ball competition. They played against Shaldon, Bradley Barton and Broadhempston and played each team twice. The children showed fantastic striking and fielding skills and worked really well as a team to get all three balls back in the bucket. The children won 4 games, drew 1 and lost 1. At the end of the afternoon, Exminster were crowned the champions and received their well deserved gold medals and trophies. Well done to all the children who took part.

DLP KS1 Athletics Competition 2016

On Monday 4th July, five schools from across the Dawlish Learning Partnership gathered together at St Luke’s Science and Sports College in Exeter for the annual DLP Key Stage 1 Athletics Competition.

Each school sent along a team of two girls and two boys from reception, year 1 and 2 to take part in a variety of activities. After starting with a ‘Monsters Inc’ themed warm up, everyone was ready to compete in a number of events including a standing long jump, bean bag sprint, shot put & relay race. The morning finished with a fun 400m fun run around the track.

All the children cheered for their fellow team mates and showed some fantastic sports skills during all the events.

Each child who took part from Exminster, Kenn, Kenton and Westcliff and Cockwood Primary Schools received a certificate and medals were presented to the top performing boy and girl in each year group and bronze and silver medals were awarded to the second and third placed schools.

Team Exminster did fantastically well and were rewarded with the Bronze medals. A special mention must go to Kade Waldrom who achieved the 'Top Boy' award for his year group.

Many thanks to St Luke’s College staff and student leaders for hosting the day and to all the parents and carers who helped with transport and came along to support their children and school.

Well done to all the children who took part and represented their school!