Sport

Sport plays a big part of the day to day life at Rosh Pinah Primary School.

Pupils are taught in weekly PE lessons by specialist PE coaches provided through Challenge Sport Education.

 

Rosh Pinah have a rich and successful history of participating in many sporting tournaments and competitions throughout the year.

Pupils at RPPS take part in various sporting matches and fixtures throughout the year. These are organised and run by Maccabi and The Barnet School Sports Partnership.  Please see the PE Policy with regards to selection of sporting teams.

Sport Clubs at Rosh Pinah

There are many sport clubs that take place both before and after school at Rosh Pinah.

These include:

Gymnastics

Krav Maga

Karate

Ballet 

Netball

Football

Chess

 

A confirmed list of clubs and booking information can be found by clicking here.

Sports Leaders

Our Sports leaders have been through a year of leadership training as Bronze Ambassadors. The leaders have set up their own clubs and run these during break times. 

Sports Ambassadors

Our Ambassadors run regular sports council meetings along side the PE Co-Ordinator. They also have set up their own clubs and run these during break times. 

 

Sports Council

Our Sports Council meet regularly and bring any ideas or concerns from other pupils in how we can improve our sports provision at Rosh Pinah. The Sports Council also assits in running challenges and activites during breaktimes and other events throughout the year. 

 

Sports Premium

The PE and sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and sport activities that they offer their pupils.This funding – provided jointly by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport – is being allocated to primary school headteachers. The purpose of this funding is to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of. The school has the freedom to choose how they do this.

Each school is allocated £8000 plus £5.00 per pupil. 

Our core aims for the appropriate allocation of our Sports Premium Grant are:

To increase opportunities for all our children to participate in high quality sports activities, both as part of the curriculum we offer as well as through extra-curricular options.

To develop children’s understanding of the benefits and enjoyment in participating in challenging and competitive sports events and activities and the positive impact this has on their health and future life choices.

To see how Rosh Pinah spend their Sports Premium Funding please see the following document.