We have updated our Sport Premium report.
This important document shows:
- How much funding we have received from the Government in the last three school years
- A detailed breakdown of how we spent Sport funding in the year just gone (2016/17) and also the years prior to this (2014/15 and
- Detailed expenditure plans for 2017/18
If you should have any questions or suggestions about sport at Wylye Valley, please see Mr Howarth (PE Subject Leader) or Mr Barnes (Head Teacher).
Well done to all of the children who represented Wylye Valley at the Cross Country event. They did themselves proud, with the Year 3 and 4 having to run a 900 metre course and the Year 5 and 6 children having to run a 1300 metre course.
In total, there were ten local schools competing. In both of the girls' races, we achieved two individual first place finishes, which was fantastic.
Thank you also to all of the parents who attended to cheer on their children and support the school.
We hosted our largest Rural sports event this year with 6 schools competing in various track events across both Key Stage 1 and 2. Thank you to all the schools who came to Wylye Valley and joined us for the day: Crockerton, Heytesbury, Horningsham, Chilmark and Great Wishford.
Key Stage 2 events were held in the morning, with Key Stage 1 competing in the afternoon. In total, there were about 430 children at our school across the day.
Each race was decided with the winner gaining 10 points for their school total, 2nd place adding 8 points to their school total, with 3rd place adding 6 points. When all of the points were compiled from the 130+ races, the final positions were:
3rd: Horningsham 2nd: Crockerton 1st: Wylye Valley
Well done to all competitors for making it a great day. Thank you also to all the staff from the schools who made the day possible. We hope that parents and relatives who came to cheer on their children enjoyed the festive atmosphere at our school.
Well done to the Year 5 and 6 children who competed at the Quad Kids Athletics event held at the fantastic Bath University sporting facilities. With the hot sun pounding down upon them, they gave their best in the different events - 75m sprint, 600m run, Vortex throw and Standing Long Jump.
There were many schools there comprising of 23 teams. We took two teams and our 'A' team finished 10th overall with our 'B' team finishing 23rd.
Following on from the successful event last year, Wylye Valley have again taken part in the 'Race for Life' to raise money for Cancer Research. The whole school community - children, staff, governors and parents - ran the mile (eight times around the track) with many children claiming far greater distances.
This was a great event, run with great commitment and enthusiasm. Please can you ensure that any sponsorship monies are returned to the school next week. We will then be able to announce the total amount raised for Cancer Research.
Well done to all the children who proudly danced in front of 800 people at the Bath Forum as part of the 2017 Dance Festival.
We arrived in Bath to rehearse at 3pm and the children didn't leave until 9:30pm so it was a long day for them. The show, which featured Wylye Valley and 16 other schools dancing on the night, was fantastic. Our children represented the school with honour and performed their routine to the song 'Requiem for a dream'.
These pictures give an idea of rehearsals, backstage, and the performance. Our Wylye Valley Dance Crew T-shirts were widely admired by other schools there as the children looked amazing.
There is a DVD available of the performance and details are on the order form which is attached below. (I will also ensure that there are paper copies available in the office if you ask for one).
Well done to our 'A' team for competing well in the football tournament for Small Schools. Our results were:
Match 1: Wylye Valley 0 Castle Mead 1
Match 2: Wylye Valley 0 Churchfields 2
Match 3: Wylye Valley 1 Crockerton 0
Match 4: Wylye Valley 1 New Close 1
Match 5: Wylye Valley 0 Chapmanslade 2
Match 6: Wylye Valley 4 Sambourne 0
Congratulations to our Key Stage 2 Football 'B' team who won the tournament. After playing four matches, Wylye Valley won the tournament having won three and drawn one of the games.
Match 1: Wylye Valley 1 St John's Warminster 0
Match 2: Wylye Valley 5 Dilton Marsh 1
Match 3: Wylye Valley 3 St John's Trowbridge 2
Match 4: Wylye Valley 1 Sutton Veny 1
All our children represented the school proudly and showed great sportsmanship throughout the evening. Well done!
Well done to the Year 3/4 Hockey team that represented the school so well. After some skills training sessions, they played 4 games in which they won two and lost two. some future stars in the making!
Our levels of participation across a range of sporting activities this academic year have been very high.
This documents shows which different extra-curricular clubs we have offered to children (35 different clubs over the 6 terms), participation levels across the whole school and participation levels across Key Stage 2.
We are very proud of the high participation levels that are being achieved and pleased to be able to offer the different activities to children. There really is something for everyone.
We are proud to announce that Wylye Valley CE Primary School have been awarded 'Gold' status for primary sport provision this year. This has been raised from the 'Silver' award that we gained last year.
Thank you to all the children and parents who have supported all of the sporting activities both inside and outside of school.
To encourage and promote reading across the school, we have Reading Rewards at the end of each seasonal term. For the Summer Term, children in Key Stage 2 who qualified (by reading at least four times every week) were given the opportunity to try archery and street surfing followed by an ice lolly.
Well done to the 38 children who achieved their reading targets.
To celebrate National Cricket Day, all children participated in a cricket tournament. Eight teams, consisting of children from all four classes mixed together, played a number of timed games against each other.
Thank you to Wiltshire Cricket for their lesson delivery this term, giving all children a 'Chance to Shine'.
In a well competed match against St John's Year 5/6 Girls, our own team tried very hard in their first proper football game. An eight goal thriller saw St John's win 5-3 at the end, having overturned Wylye Valley's 2-1 halftime lead.
Thank you to all of the players and spectators for making the match enjoyable. We also appreciate St John's for providing a warm welcome to their school.
Well done to the 33 children who competed for the school in a range of track and field events.
In a close contest, we narrowly finished 2nd overall in the Warminster Small Schools Event.
We were fortunate to arrange a friendly football match with St John's at home for the Year 5/6 Boys team. Thank you to St John's for visiting us, along with the many children and adults who supported both teams so well.
After an evenly matched first half, Wylye ran out 8-2 winners. Well done to all the boys who took part.
The return match (for Year 5 and 6 girls) will take place on Tuesday 12th July at St John's. Letters will be sent home soon to the girls selected for the team.
Well done to the ten children from Newton class who represented our school at this event. We eventually finished joint 5th (out of 16 teams) before the heavy rain and thunderstorms cut proceedings short.
In our first match, we beat Crockerton. We then won our second match against St George's, to set up a group decider against Westbury Leigh. Westbury had a number of players from their local cricket club in the team and their experience showed as they beat us to top the group.
However, as one of the top two runners-up, we were due to play a 5th/6th place decider against Princecroft. Unfortunately, the adverse weather cut this short.
Thank you for turning up and supporting our Sports Day. We had great weather, good competitive events and even ice cream for some. Well done to the parents who were such good sports in the Mums' Race and Dads' Race.
The final results were:
5th place: Avon - 254 points 4th: Nadder - 284 points 3rd: Bourne - 350 points 2nd: Ebble - 378 points 1st: Stour - 396 points
Thank you to all adults and children who raised sponsorship money to aid Cancer Research UK.
The Race for Life event was a great success, with all the children and staff running at least a mile, and many parents joining in or showing their support.
Once all of the sponsorship money has been collected, we will be able to announce how much has been raised.
UPDATE: Just over £1000 was raised from this event. Thank you once again to those who sponsored someone or took part.
Thank you to all the children who took part from each class. There were some great shots and some very serious competitive faces!
The results made the final standings very close but they were :
5th place - Avon
4th place - Stour
3rd place - Nadder
2nd place - Ebble
1st place - Bourne
We will be entering a Key Stage 1 and a Key Stage 2 dance group to this Festival.
Our performance date will be Wednesday 24th February 2016, and the Festival will run from 6:30pm until 9:00pm.
Tickets can be purchased directly from The Forum's website www.bathforum.co.uk
If your child will be representing the school, there have been letters sent providing relevant information. These letters can also be downloaded below. We will need a signed consent letter for each child that is performing.
If you should have any questions, please contact Mr Howarth in school.