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PE and Sport Information

ROBERT PIGGOTT CofE SCHOOLS

 

ROBERT PIGGOTT CE FEDERATION'S

SPIRIT OF THE GAMES VALUES & EXPECTATIONS FOR PE & COMPETITIVE EVENTS

 

HONESTY

With others and with your yourself

Have the courage to do the right thing

Be truthful & promote fairness in every situation

 

TEAMWORK

Treat everyone equally

Support each other & work together to have fun and achieve

Celebrate each other's success

Be a good friend and a positive team player in school, sport and life

 

RESPECT

Treat others politely & with understanding

Accept life's 'ups & downs' with grace

Respect everyday in everything you do and for everyone around you

 

SELF BELIEF

You have got to 'BELIEVE TO ACHIEVE'

Have the self belief & confidence to succeed and reach your personal best

 

PASSION

Giving it 100%

Put your heart & soul into whatever you are doing

Never give up

Care about what you do and the people around you

Approach each opportunity with enthusiasm & positivity

 

DETERMINATION

Keep going no matter what

Determination is about the journey you go on to push yourself and achieve your dreams

Have the mental strength & self discipline to overcome obstacles

Commit to your goals

Keep working every day to become the very best you can be

DON'T HOLD BACK

EVENTS and COMPETITIONS

To encourage and inspire as many children as possible to get involved in competitive sport, we attend many events each term and take part in a wide range of fixtures.

In KS2 there are opportunities for children in both phase 1 and phase 2 to be selected to represent the school in competitive sports both externally against other schools and internally through house competitions during PE lessons.

 

FOOTBALL

This term we have taken part in the football league, alongside the county cup competition and Wokingham Schools' FA Development Tournament for both girls and boys.

 

14th October

Year 5/6 Girls Wokingham Schools’ FA Development Tournament

21st October

Year 5/6 Girls football league v Aldrington

2nd November

Year 5/6 Boys football league v Colleton

11th November

Year 5/6 Boys Wokingham Schools’ FA Development Tournament

18th November

Year 5/6 Girls football league v Highwood

23rd November

Year 5/6 Boys County Cup v Dedworth Middle School

29th November

Year 5/6 Boys County Cup v Dolphin School

7th December

Year 5/6 Boys Football league v Windmill Primary

 

 

 

 

 

WOKINGHAM SCHOOL GAMES COMPETITIONS

Autumn Term Events

  • Inclusion Festival – children from all year groups were invited to take part in a variety of activities including Boccia, NAK, Dance and Table Tennis/SMASH badminton.
  • Year 3/4 Sports Hall Athletics
  • Year 5/6 Sports Hall Athletics - an introduction to indoor athletics competition where children have the opportunity to compete in track and field events.
  • Year 5/6 Girls netball tournament – B and C teams were invited to play in a tournament at the Holt Secondary School.
  • Year 5/6 Leadership Academy Training – a new initiative, providing a vehicle through which pupils can develop their personal leadership capabilities.

 

Spring Term Events

  • Year 3 Multi skills Challenge Festival - part 2 of the Leadership Academy training, where the Year 6s have the opportunity to try out their skills in real life by designing and running activities for Year 3 children from across Wokingham.
  • KS2 Team Gym Competitions - for both advanced and beginner gymnasts.
  • KS1 Team Gym Competition - for beginner gymnasts.
  • SMASH Badminton competition for Year 3 and 4 children who would like to try a new sport.
  • KS2 Inclusion Festival - children will take part in a variety of fun games and activities. 
  • Year 5/6 In2Hockey Competition - a tournament against other Wokingham Schools run by Sonning Hockey Club. 

 

CROSS COUNTRY LEAGUE

The largest events throughout the year are the Thames Valley Running League Competitions. Our first race of the season was at Braywick Sports Centre on the 19th January. Children from all year groups took part and there were some fantastic results with the year 3/4 girls taking 1st and 2nd place in their race of over 100 runners. Lots of fun was had by all and an amazing achievement by all who ran. 

CODE OF CONDUCT & SELECTION POLICY

 

CODE OF CONDUCT

To create the best possible atmosphere for participants and officials we ask that players, parents and staff adhere to these guidelines.  We thank you for your understanding and support.


Fair Play for PLAYERS
Be ready to start each match promptly
Set a positive example for other players and supporters
Play by the rules and never argue with officials
Treat opponents with respect at all times, no matter what the final result
Do not use inappropriate language and avoid violence and rough play
Do not wear jewellery, unsuitable clothing / footwear
Thank officials and opponents after each match


Fair Play for TEACHERS & COACHES
The safety of the young people should be your priority
Set a positive example for players, supporters and other staff - put the enjoyment of the pupils first
Respect the officials and thank them and their assistants following each match
Praise all athletes from every team for their efforts and achievements
Always be positive, never shout at or ridicule players of any team


Fair Play for PARENTS & SUPPORTERS
Remember that participation and enjoyment are more important than winning
Encourage fair play and support all players
Be a positive role model for participants and other spectators (do not swear or behave inappropriately)
Do not argue with officials, if you have a concern please talk to the organiser – remember we all make mistakes
Never ridicule any child for performing poorly
Make sure your child is dressed appropriately and has plenty of water for the activity they are doing


Fair Play for OFFICIALS
Take pride in your appearance and be a positive role model to all participants, spectators and other officials
Be consistent in your decisions
Help players understand the rules by explaining decisions where appropriate
Ensure participants show respect for each other and for you as an official

 

SELECTION POLICY

As a school we try to provide as many opportunities for students to take part in sport as possible. This may mean that some events will take the most competitive squad to compete whereas for other events we may select a squad based on giving children the opportunity to represent the school in competition. 

 

The teacher has sole responsibility for selecting children for a team or race event and we would ask that children and parents respect the teacher's decision.  If a child or parent is unhappy with the teacher's selection, the opportunity to take part will be offered to another child.  Once letters have been sent out it will not be possible to change positions or events.

 

Please note:  There should not be an expectation for staff to arrange sporting fixtures and/or run clubs.  However, staff are willing to give up their own time to provide the children with these great opportunities; please therefore respect their decisions at all times. 

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