This year's Admissions Consultation is being jointly held by all admissions authorities in the City of York between 4th October and 14th November 2021. The consultation includes the admissions policies and planned number of places available at each school in the year(s) of entry.
All documents can be found in their draft (pre-determined) form at https://www.york.gov.uk/AdmissionsConsultation
The views of parent/carers, schools and other interested parties are being sought during this consultation.
To respond, parents/carers can email email@example.com or complete the short survey at https://www.york.gov.uk/AdmissionsConsultation or at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Admissions23-24PC
Following the consultation, each admission authority will formally set ('determine') their admission arrangements for admission in 2023-24 by 28 February 2022. Determined policies will be on the City of York Council website by 15 March 2022 after which objections can be raised.
All documents can be found in their draft (pre-determined) form at https://www.york.gov.uk/AdmissionsConsultation. If you require a paper copy of the document or survey you can request this from firstname.lastname@example.org or 01904 551554
Primary PE and Sport Premium at Poppleton Road Primary School
Poppleton Road Primary School is committed to the highest quality of provision for sports across the school. The school received £19309 from the Sports premium fund and this is used to promote a wide range and support high quality sport in school for all pupils.
We work in partnership with York Schools Sports Partnership and a variety of sports providers to offer an extensive range of after school clubs to meet the needs and interests of all children.
Through partnerships we participate in both training and development, inter-school and regional competitions enabling pupils from both Key Stages to participate in both fun and competitive sports.
School staff have the opportunity to go on yearly training provided by the partnership as well as working alongside our PE specialist.
We have eight general principles for the use of this grant, they are:
To increase engagement in sport from an early age, that is for our youngest pupils
To identify and offer additional provision for targeted groups of pupils, that is those pupils who have not previously attended an out of school sports provision.
To provide opportunities to experience new sports
To provide a wider range of sporting experiences for those pupils who have already shown that they are skilled and talented in sport
To provide out of school sports clubs across the school
To promote and provide our pupils with access to competitive sports tournaments in a range of sports outstanding PE & Sports provision across the school
To promote sports leadership
To allow children to have a voice to promote sport and a healthy and fit lifestyle in our school
Actions to date include:
Training for playground leaders
Application for Sainsbury’s School Games. Gold achieved
Promotion of Walk-to-School Weeks and cycling training
Pay for football and netball coaches
Support for charities through our Sports Relief Day
Offered a wide range of sports clubs (see clubs)
Funded travel to regional sporting events for competitors such as Indoor sports athletics and Brownlee Triathlon Schools Event
York City Athletics Coach half a term lunchtime club
Chance to Shine cricket coaching
If you require a paper copy of any of the information on our website then please contact the school office on 01904553388 or email: email@example.com