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Percy Shurmer Sport Organising Crew


These are the Percy Shurmer Sport organising crew. The School Sport Organising Crew (SSOCrew) is a diverse group of young people who join together to develop, organise and promote school sport and intra-school competition within the School Games. The programme seeks to develop young leaders and volunteers by giving them the responsibility of being an ambassador for PE and school sport. To be  part of the sport crew it require a lot qualities, below are a list of qualities and some job descriptions required when taking up the role of a crew member.

1.       Must be approachable and have a good relationship with all children.

2.       A positive role model and a good attitude towards learning and playing sports.

3.       Be a good team member.

4.       Able to engage and inspire others.

5.       Must be organised and be a good timekeeper.

6.       Be the young peoples’ voice on PE and school sport in the school.

7.       Contribute to decisions about sporting activities and sports competition in their school.

8.       Engage in aspects of school life outside timetabled lessons.

9.       Air views and have opinions listened to.

10.     Influence and shape school sport for their peers.

11.     Assist in the development and planning of ‘their’ School Games programme of activities — based on student voice and need.

12.    Organise intra-school competitions within their school.

13.    Be valued and seen as an integral part of the workforce.

Level 1 Games - Percy Cup Autumn Term

It has been a sensational first term in the Percy cup; there has been a variety of different sports for the students to compete in such as Basketball, Dogdeball, Hockey, Tennis and Football. Within these games there were some outstanding team and individual performances. The winners of the Percy cup this half term are Eagles with last year’s winners Owls coming as runners up. We are already looking forward to seeing what next half term brings.

Percy Cup - Autumn half term league table

Position

Class

P

Won

Drawn

Lost

GF

GA

GD

Points

Champions

 Eagles

6

3

2

1

9

8

1

11

2

|Owls

6

2

3

1

10

6

+4

9

3

Lions

6

2

3

1

10

7

+3

9

4

Giraffes

6

2

2

2

10

10

0

8

5

Elephants

6

2

2

2

10

10

0

8

6

Bears

6

1

3

2

7

10

-3

6

7

Robins

6

1

3

2

6

10

-4

6

8

Flamingoes

6

1

2

3

8

9

-1

5







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Level 2 School Games

Basketball – (09/10/2017)

Percy took part in the first school games event of the year which was based at Nechells leisure centre. Percy entered two teams into the competition, both were kept apart in separate pools, team A was placed with Clifton , Leigh and St George .Whilst team B was placed in a group with Somerville , Thornton , Harperbell and Stechford . The competition started with Percy A playing Clifton - the students played excellent basketball and showed some amazing skills to win the match 3-0. It was now Team B’s time to play, they faced Harperbell. The students showed excellent desire to breakdown Harperbell using excellent passing and dribbling techniques but unfortunately they fell to defeat. They had the chance to forget that game as they played another match directly after against Thornton. Percy B showed brilliant dribbling techniques to place themselves into many shooting situations but couldn’t capitalise on the possession and allowed Thornton to take the lead. Regrettably this is the how game finished with Thornton taking the victory; it was now Percy A’s time to take the court for a double header against Leigh and St George . Both matches were very close producing excellent pieces of team work and individual skill from all players, but on both occasions Percy A couldn’t produce a victory. The competition ended with Percy B playing both their final matches following each other against Somerville and Stechford. Percy in both matches fashioned some excellent chances and took an early lead in both, but the opposition came back and despite an excellent effort from Percy the other schools acquired the victories. An excellent effort from all the students, the PSA coaches were very proud of your commitment and effort. Well done to all the students.


Clifton SSP Competition Calendar Autumn 2017-18

Date

 

Sport

Venue

Year group

 Notes

Monday 9th  October

2017

Basketball

Nechells Community Leisure Centre

Yrs 5-6

12.30pm – 2.30pm. 5-a-side, no specific gender mix.

Monday

16th October

Football

Aston Villa

Yrs 3-4

1-3pm . 5 –a-side,8 in a squad, 2 girls on pitch at all times.

Monday 27th November

Sports Hall Athletics

Nechells

Community  Leisure Centre

Yrs 5-6

10-12, 1230pm –2.30pm. Minimum 9 boys and 9 girls, maximum 15 boys and 15 girls.

    Tuesday

5th December

 

Quick Sticks

Hockey

KE Sheldon Heath

Yrs 5-6

1.30pm – 3.30pm.  4 a-side, no goalkeepers.  8 players with 2 girls on pitch at all time.

December

SEND Sports Hall Athletics

Nechells

Community  Leisure Centre

Yrs 5-6

1pm – 3pm.  Minimum 9 boys and girls, maximum 15 boys and 15 girls.

Monday 11th December

Dance

Leigh J&I

school

KS2

Yr3/4/5/6

3 minute production

Monday 15th January

Gymnastics

 

Leigh J&I School

Yrs 3-4

Key steps 2, Vault and floor routines

TBA

SEND

Kurling/Boccia

 

 

Sutton College

KS1-2

10-12pm , 3 per team, 5 in squad. No Specific gender mix


Level 2 School Games Summer Final - Rugby – 14/07/17

The school games finals are held twice a year once in the winter and once in the summer, Percy Shurmer made it through to the summer finals of the Tag rugby after coming top the Clifton partnership schools within the qualifying rounds. Percy were placed within a difficult group and were put against very strong teams but were up the challenge. Percy unfortunately lost their first match 5-4 it was a really close match with excellent tries being scored at both ends, it was a real fast pace game which wasn’t decided until right to the end. This was the case for the next three games, Percy played some excellent rugby and scored some unbelievable tries but so did the other teams and the other games ended in defeat. This was Percy first full year of training in Tag Rugby so to make it to the games finals was a massive achievement. Percy then went onto to play one last game and all the hard work and effort paid off as everything came together for the final game which Percy won which meant that Percy came in the Top 10 of all the Tag Rugby school teams in Birmingham, which is an immense achievement, well done everybody!


Tag Rugby Tournament - 25/05/17

Percy Shurmer boys and girls took part in the Tag Rugby school games competition; Percy entered two teams which were both mixed teams. Each team played in a separate group and played 4 matches each. Percy A were placed in a very challenging group and secured some very positive results, they played excellent Rugby and scored many tries. Percy B secured excellent results, out of the 4 matches they won 3 and drew 1 which meant they finished top of their group. The result by the teams meant that Percy were the best performing team from the Clifton partnership so this meant that they had made it through to the school games finals. All students played tremendously well and were a credit to the school.  


Rounder’s Tournament - 23/05/17

Percy attended the rounder’s tournament with a very strong team full of boys and girls, they were placed in a very difficult group.  Percy played there first game and managed to limit the other team to a small amount of rounder’s, it was then Percy's time to bat. Percy managed to secure many rounder’s but unfortunately narrowly missed out on matching the other schools results. This was unfortunately the case in all 3 of Percy's matches. The girls and boys did superbly well in the tournament.


Handball School Games Competition – 26/04/17

Percy played in a handball school games competition; they played 4 games against other schools.  In all four games Percy produced excellent display in their first game and narrowly came away from the match with a lost. Percy then played there next match; the game was really narrow and both teams were creating chances. Percy had there last match which was the closest of them all, Percy took control of the match with an early goal which unfortunately was nearly the winning goal but the other team broke away and secured the victory with two last minute goals. The students performed exceptional and showed great desire and self-belief throughout the whole tournament.


Girl’s Football Competition - 01/02/17

The girls took part in the school games competition at Aston Villa; they were drawn to face 4 schools which have very promising players. The girls done extremely well in all of their fixtures they won all of their games without conceding a single goal. The girls then played Leigh in the final; the game was a really tight game with both teams cancelling each other out, with the game heading to extra time Percy scored a last minute goal. Percy won the match and won the competition, huge congratulations to the girls’ team they did amazing. Well done from the sports department. 


Dance - 25/01/17

Percy took part in the dance school games competition at Leigh school, the schools which were competing for the trophy was Clifton, Percy and Leigh. All schools had to present a choreographed dance to the other schools and then the Judge’s decided on a point system, all schools preformed their dances then results were calculated.  Percy produced an outstanding   dance and due to that came 2nd within the competition. Miss Hinckes and the sports department are very proud of their efforts. 


Gymnastics Competition - 16/01/17

Percy took a strong team of students to a KS2 gymnastics competition; this was the first gymnastics competition of the year. The students competed against numerous other schools in a range of activities on the Matts. Percy produced some exceptional skills within all of the activities and came close to the top of the leader board many times. Percy unfortunately didn’t make it through to the next stage but Mrs Donlan and the sports department are very proud of their efforts. 


Hockey – 05/12/16

Percy took part in a Hockey tournament which involved the Calthorpe partnership, Percy took two teams to the event which were both entered into separate leagues.  Percy A were involved within very strong group with Firs, Leigh A and Leigh B. Percy A played some excellent hockey and with their three games they produced two excellent wins which mean they progressed to the Hockey Final. Percy B was also drawn into a very competitive group which involved Clifton, Somerville, Leigh C and Nansen. Percy B produced some really strong performances but unfortunately couldn’t make it to the final. Percy A were drawn in the final to play against a strong Nansen side, Percy started strong and took a 2-0 lead but in the closing minutes Mansen produced three great attacks and ended up securing the win 3-2. The sports departments are very proud of both teams for their performances and coming 2nd in the competition. Well done to all!


Sports Hall Athletics – 28/11/16

Percy took 28 year 5 students to take part in an Athletics event involving the Calthorpe Academy and Ninestiles academy. The students took part in track events such as – Obstacle relay, 1+1 relay, 2+2 relay , 6 lap Paarlauf, over and under relay and 4x1 relay. The field events the students took part in was Chest push, standing long jump, standing vertical jump, standing triple jump, speed bounce and soft javelin , which both girls and boys competed within. All the students did at least one track and field event each, the students competed very well in all events and managed to secure a very positive final score. The sports department were very proud of their efforts and the behaviour of all students. 


Mixed Year 5/6 Basketball School Games – 10/10/16

Percy took part in the first school games event of the year, Percy took a strong side into the event but got put in a very difficult group. The group consisted of Leigh , St Johns and Somerville. Percy played expertly in all their three games and scored some excellent points. The games between all three schools were closely contested with only a small amount of points separating all three teams going into the final round of matches. Percy finished fourth in their group narrowly missing out on the semi-finals; Percy played extremely well and showed some superb skills.


Mixed Football Year 3/4 School Games – 17/10/16

Percy Shurmer was drawn against three other teams in a really tough group, they were drawn against Firs, St Johns and Leigh B. Percy played very well in the opening round of matches and this was shown due to the results which was produced , Percy won all 3 matches and in doing so scored 8 goals. Percy proceeded to the next round as group winners and in the semi-final was drawn against a very good Clifton side. Percy played really well but couldn’t beat Clifton.


Level 1 Games - Percy Cup Summer Term

It has been a really exciting year in the Percy cup; the leader has changed hands on numerous occasions. The students have competed in a range of sports from football to Boccia, Tennis to ultimate Frisbee. The students have massively enjoyed the Percy cup this year with some unbelievable team and personal performances. The winners of the Percy cup for the summer term is Year 4 Owls . Huge congratulations to the Owls, let’s see if they can keep hold of the trophy in the new school year.


Percy Cup - Summer League Table

Position

Class

P

Won

Drawn

Lost

GF

GA

GD

Points

Champions

Owls

31

13

7

11

70

59

+11

46

2

Eagles

31

11

12

9

43

44

-1

45

3

Giraffes

31

12

8

11

60

75

-15

44

4

Bears

31

10

12

9

53

51

+2

42

5

Elephants

31

6

5

11

75

60

-15

41

6

Robins

31

10

3

9

59

70

-11

40

7

Lions

31

9

12

10

51

53

-2

39

8

Flamingoes

31

8

12

11

44

43

+1

36


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Level 1 Games - Percy Cup Spring Term

The Percy cup continued in an exhilarating with lions leaving the top spot after occupying it for the majority of the final half term and new leaders emerged which were giraffes. Giraffes maintained the top spot other than one week in the whole term. The sports that the children have been playing this term are sports such as Netball, table tennis, football and ultimate Frisbee. The winners of the spring term are the Giraffes in Year 5 congratulations.


Percy Cup - Spring League Table

Position

Class

P

Won

Drawn

Lost

GF

GA

GD

Points

Champions

Giraffes

22

11

5

6

55

56

-1

38

2

Robins

22

10

3

9

45

61

-16

33

3

Bears

22

8

7

7

43

41

+2

31

4

Owls

22

9

3

10

61

45

+16

30

5

Eagles

22

7

9

7

28

29

-1

30

6

Flamingoes

22

6

9

7

29

28

+1

27

7

Lions

22

7

7

8

41

43

-2

28

8

Elephants

22

6

5

11

56

55

+1

23


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Level 1 Games - Percy Cup Autumn Term

The Percy cup has started in exciting fashion, with 4 teams occupying top of the league throughout the first half term. There has been a variety of sports such as Basketball, Dodgeball, Hockey, Volleyball, Tennis and Football. The winners of the autumn term are the Lions in year 6 congratulations. 


Percy Cup - Autumn League Table

Position

Class

P

Won

Drawn

Lost

GF

GA

GD

Points

Champions

6 Lions

12

4

5

3

27

24

+3

17

2

4 Owls

12

5

2

5

26

24

+2

17

3

3 Eagles

12

4

5

3

12

12

0

17

4

4 Robins

12

5

2

5

24

26

-2

17

5

5 Elephants

12

4

4

4

27

24

+3

16

6

5 Giraffes

12

4

4

4

24

27

-3

16

7

3 Flamingoes

12

3

5

4

12

12

0

14

8

6 Bears

12

3

5

4

24

27

-3

14








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Level 2 School Games 2015 - 2016

Percy Shurmer Academy is part of the Calthorpe partnership. During the school year we will compete in a variety of competitions against other Primary schools in Calthorpes partnership for the chance to win a position at the level 3 sports festivals held twice a year.


Quad Kids

Percy Shurmer took part in an exciting event at Fox Hollies leisure centre in an Athletics competition, which involved 4 other teams from the Calthorpe Partnership. The students competed in 4 events these included the 50m sprint, 400m run and Javelin throw and the standing long jump. The students performed excellently in all events and placed very well in the standings for all of the events.  The student’s behaviour was outstanding and was a credit to the school. When the results were calculated, the results were announced. Percy Shurmer finished in 1st place and will represent the Calthorpe partnership in the School games finals. The sport department are very proud of the students which took part and want to say huge congratulations.


Tennis

Percy Shurmer took part in a Tennis competition at Cannon Hill Park, which involved 5 other teams from the Calthorpe Partnership. Students from Year 3,4,5,6 took part in the competition, they were split up into two groups – year 3, 4 took part in one tournament and year 5, 6 in one. Within the competitions they were split up into boys and girls to play matches. The Students played very well; they competed very well and produced some wonderful shots and played some brilliant games. The student’s behaviour was perfect and showed the correct attitude throughout.


Tri-Golf

Percy Shurmer took part in a Tri Golf competition which included teams from the Calthorpe Partnership and Ninestiles partnership. The 20 students were split into two age groups, year 4 and year 5, they were then challenged to complete 10 Tri golf stations. This involved each member of the team having as many goes as they could in a certain time period in order to accumulate as many points as they could at each station.  When the results were calculated, the results were announced. Percy Shurmer finished in 3rd in the year 5 category and 1st in the year 4 category and will represent the Calthorpe partnership in the School games finals. The sport department are very proud of the students which took part and want to say huge congratulations to the year 4 team.


Rounders

Percy Shurmer took part in a Rounders competition which included teams from the Calthorpe Partnership.  The team which included students from year 6 played 3 competitive matched against other schools, the first match Percy unfortunately narrowly lost. The second match which they played Percy played excellently well and won a greatly contested contest which gave them a chance of gaining a good position in the final standings. In their last match the improvement from the first match to this one was clear to see they played brilliant and more than matched their opposition and only lost to a few rounder’s. The team showed great pride in their performance and did the school very proud.  


Cricket

Percy Shurmer took part in a Cricket completion at Kings Heath Cricket club; the team was contesting the field against 6 other teams from the Calthorpe partnership. The students were placed within a group which included Clifton A and Clifton C.  The first match against Clifton A was a really close match with only a few runs separating the teams, with Clifton A running out winners. They then played a match against Clifton C which Percy performed perfectly within and won the match. Percy was then drawn against a tough opponent who produced an excellent cricket match which Percy only lost by a couple of runs. Percy fished in 5th place a very good position for a team that played really well.


Para Cricket

Percy Shurmer attended in a Para Cricket competition as part of the Calthorpe competition. The team was placed with three others teams within the group stages which we came out in 1st place. We then progressed onto the semi-final match which within the students produced an excellent performance to reach the final. The students performed excellently within the final and produced a stunning display to become victorious and win the match and win the competition. The students played excellent cricket throughout the competition and will now progress onto the final competition, the sport department are extremely proud of their efforts. 


Netball

Percy Shurmer students took part in a Netball competition; this was a fiercely contested competition as many of the schools playing had previously played each other in friendly matches. The rules allowed a certain amount of boys to be in the teams, Percy played 2 group games and won them both and progressed to the semi-finals which they narrowly won and progressed into the final. Percy produced a brilliant performance in the final and thought a close match which resulted in the Percy finishing in 2nd place. The students showed determination and passion to reach the final, the sport staff are very proud of their efforts.


Handball

Percy took part within a Handball Tournament, it was held at Fox Hollies and the competition was contested by 8 schools from the Calthorpe partnership. Percy was drawn within a group involving Somerville and Clifton. Percy produced an excellent display to beat Somerville in their first match and then played a friendly against another school to get in some pre match practice. Percy then took to the pitch once more to play against Clifton, the game was really narrow and both teams were creating chances. Near the final whistle Clifton broke down the field and scored a goal, which ended up being the final goal. The students performed excellent and showed great passion and self-belief throughout the whole tournament.


Tag Rugby

Percy Shurmer took part in a Tag Rugby competition in which some amazing Rugby was played; Percy was drawn in a tough group involving 5 other teams. The students played extremely well in the five games only losing once and came joint 1st within the group stages drawing with the other team on points and tries scored. Due to this result the group stage would be replayed and the winner of the group would win the competition, again Percy played some excellent Rugby and produced some excellent performances, they won all their games. The final group standings came down to the last match in which Percy ended up finishing 2nd place losing out by 1 try. The sport department are so proud of all their efforts and they all showed brilliant ability. 


Boccia & New Age Curling

The students competed in a Boccia and New Age Curling competition involving schools from the Calthorpe Partnership, the twos were split up into two separate groups and played group matches against other schools. The students performed very well and showed excellent enthusiasm for sports which none of them had played before. They made it out of the group stage and onto a playoff match which they unfortunately lost finishing in 3rd place; the students really enjoyed themselves and are looking forward to the next competition