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Hove and Portslade Football League: Goldstone v Aldrington

On Wednesday the 13th of November Goldstone also hosted Aldrington’s football team for our 3rd league match of the season. 

Both teams were ready for a challenge and worked well as a team throughout both halves. Goldstone took an early lead in the first half and managed to increase their lead as the match went on. Some phenomenal saves were made by Aldrington’s goalkeeper in the second half. Throughout the match both teams played very well and showed great sportsmanship.

Final Score: Goldstone 6 - 1 Aldrington

Goal scorers: Nelson x 3, Billy x 2 & Josh B 

Team:
Archie
Oliver
Frankie
Billy
Henry
Josh H
Josh B
Ben
Kobe
Finley
Nelson

Player of the match: Nelson

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Hove and Portslade Netball League: Goldstone v Aldrington

On Wednesday the 13th of November Goldstone hosted the second match of the season for our A team and our B team’s first friendly! Both games were against Aldrington Primary School. Knowing that Aldrington have been playing incredibly well so far this year we were prepared for some tough competition. 

Our A team played first, the score line was neck and neck throughout the game but some great teamwork allowed Goldstone to finish with a 5-4 victory! 

A Team:

Nancy
Emily C
Taluka
Holly
Marlie
Amelia
Elsie
Maisie
Hana

Player of the match: Elsie Taylor 

Next up was our B team, they were understandably a little nervous about their first match but approached the game with focus and gusto! Another equally close game with both teams playing incredibly well. When the final whistle blew the Scout was 2-1 to Goldstone. A fantastic achievement for a well deserving team! 

B Team:
Lucy
Emily D-M
Ghazal
Diva
Mercy
Isobelle
Fiona 

Player of the match: Lucy Potts-McWilliams  

A huge thank you to Mrs Maca for coaching the team and refereeing. An even bigger thank you goes to all the supporters from both Goldstone and Aldrington that came along to cheer on the teams. Your support really helped to encourage and motivate the players. Finally a big thanks to Natalie and Sadie for helping with both the time-keeping and the score count, it was most appreciated. 

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Brighton and Hove Year 5 & 6 Basketball Competition

On Tuesday the 12th of November Goldstone’s basketball team travelled to Dorothy Stringer to take part in a Brighton and Hove Basketball competition. We competed against 7 other local primary schools and the match reports are as follows: 

Goldstone v St Joes = 12 - 0 (Hayden, Alex x 2 & Saul x 3) 

Goldstone vs St. Peter’s = 4 - 2 (Alex & Josh)

Goldstone vs Carden = 8 - 0 (Hayden, Alex x 2 & Saul) 


Goldstone finished the top of their group undefeated and went on to the competition final against Downs Juniors who finished top of the other group. 

The final was incredibly tense with Downs Juniors taking a 6 - 0 lead in the first half, Goldstone kept their heads held high and focussed to bring the score line to a 6 - 6 draw in the second half. Downs Juniors had a great chance in the final seconds of the match but were unable to find the net so the match ended with a draw meaning both teams came joint 1st.  

Goldstone vs Downs Juniors = 6 - 6 (Alex x 3)

Team:
Alex
Saul
Isobelle
Ayah
Josh
Hayden
Diva
Rozerin

A huge thanks to the event organisers, (Dorothy Stringer and Cougars Basketball Club) and the Sports Leaders who gave up their time to be referees! 

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Netball League: Hove Juniors v Goldstone

On Monday the 11th of November Goldstone travelled to Hove Juniors to play their first netball game of the academic year! The team have been training hard for the past few weeks and were incredibly excited about playing thier first match. 

It was a very close game with both teams playing well to ensure the score was tied for the majority of both halves. Goldstone secured a one point lead late in the second half and worked hard to maintain this until the final whistle. 

Player of the match: Marlie for excellent development of netball skills!

Final Score: Hove Juniors 5 - 6 Goldstone

Team:
Emily
Marlie
Nancy
Taluka
Elsie
Maisie
Hana
Holly
Amelia

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Stearman Cup: Round 1 - Brunswick v Goldstone

On Monday the 11th of November Goldstone travelled to Brunswick to play their first match in the Stearman Cup. Luckily for us the sun was shining and the cold wind eased off during the match.

Kobe opened the score sheet with a corner that the goal keeper knocked behind the line whilst trying to save it. Not long after Billy managed to find the top right hand corner with an amazing strike. After some skillful footwork Henry also tucked away a brilliant goal moments before the half-time whistle blew. 

Half time flew past and within seconds Josh found the back of the net. Brunswick continued to give it their all and eventually scored a great goal. Brunswick defended incredibly well in the second half and made some great tackles, but sadly they couldn't stop both Billy and Josh from scoring their second goals. 

Final Score: Brunswick 1 - 6 Goldstone

Team:
Billy
Frankie
Oliver
Archie
Henry
Josh H
Josh B
Kobe
Finley

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Red Card to Racism

On Thursday the 24th of October 2019 a group of our Year 6 pupils were able to attend the Red Card to Racism event hosted by Albion in the Community at the AMEX Stadium. They had good fun undertaking a range of activities and learning about how to combat racism in sport and generally. It was a great afternoon for those involved. 

A big thanks to Mr Hurley and Mrs Khan for accompanying them!

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Albion in the Community Cup U11 Boys

On Thursday the 17th of October two teams of Year 6 boys played in the U11's Albion Cup against Brackenbury A, Southover C of E, St. Martin's A, Brackenbury B, Coombe Road, St Mary Magdalen's, Cottesmore A, Moulsecoomb, St Peter's Coummunity, Benfield, Cottesmore B, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Martin's B and Saltdean. 

The A team consisted of:
Evan
Frankie
Oliver
Henry
George
Kai
Kobe
Billy

The B team consisted of:
Archie
Finley
Nelson
Ollie
Alex
Saul
Luke
Geo

Results: 
A Team

Goldstone v Brackenbury A = 6 - 1 (Henry, Kai x 2, George & Kobe)
Goldstone v Southover C of E = 4 - 0 (George, Billy x 2 & Henry) 
Goldstone v St. Martin's = 9 - 0 (Henry x 2, Kai x 4, Kobe & George x 2)

1/4 Final
Goldstone v Our Lady of Lourdes = 2 - 1 (Kai x 2) 

Semi-Final
Goldstone A v Goldstone B = 0 - 0 (3 - 2 PENS)

Final
Goldstone v Cottesmore A = 2 - 2 (5 - 3 PENS) (Kai & Henry)

B Team 

Goldstone v Brackenbury B = 5 - 0 (Ollie, Nelson x 2 Saul & Fin)
Goldstone v St Mary Magdalen's = 4 - 0 (Ollie, Nelson x 2 & Geo)
Goldstone v Coombe Road = 0 - 1 

1/4 Final
Goldstone v Cottesmore B = 3 - 0 (Nelson x 3) 

Semi-Final
Goldstone A v Goldstone B (0 - 0) (3 - 2 PENS)

Both teams played incredibly well and earnt themselves a place in the next round, where they get to represent Brighton and Hove in a county competition at Brighton and Hove Albion FC's training ground! 

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Hove and Portslade Football League: Goldstone v St. Andrews (Home)

On Tuesday the 16th of October two teams of Year 6 boys played against St. Andrews C of E Primary School in the Hove and Portslade football league.

The A team consisted of:
Archie
Frankie
Oliver
Henry
George
Kai
Kobe
Billy
Yoon 
Sonny

The B team consisted of:
Evan
Finley
Nelson
Ollie
Josh
Ben
Alex
Saul
Luke
Geo
Ari

Results: 
A Team = 5 - 0 (Billy, Kai x 2, Kobe & Henry)
B Team = 6 - 2 (Nelson x 5 & Ollie)

 

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"I thought we all played really well, especially the A team! I was very pleased to get an assist on my debut as a Goldstone player. Nelson was an exemplary player and captain; to score that many goals against a high quality team like St. Andrews was unbelieveable! 6-2 was a well-deserved score-line for us but St. Andrews had some excellent shots on target and definitely deserved more goals." (Ben Byford - Year 6)

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"I thoroughly enoyed playing in the B team against St. Andrews. I kept in position very well and was there everytime we needed to drop back and defend. I'm glad that we won 6-2 and was incredibly happy to get an assist!" (Josh Billings - Year 6)

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Albion in the Community U11 Girls Albion Cup

On Thursday the 3rd of October two teams of Year 6 girls took part in the Albion in the Community U11's Albion Cup. All players had great fun playing against other local teams and did incredibly well. 

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East Sussex Football Association U11 Boys Tournament

On Friday the 27th of September two teams of Year 6 boys took part in the ESFA U11's Tournament. All players had great fun playing against other local teams and did incredibly well. 

The A team came 3rd in their group so just missed out on a place in the final and the B team won their group and the cup final! Evan was awarded man of the match for this oustanding goal keeping skills! 

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NHS Physical Activity Guidelines

New NHS physical activity guidelines for children and young people

The NHS released the new physical activity guidelines for children and young people. Get up to speed on the new insight via the link below.

https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercise/physical-activity-guidelines-children-and-young-people/?dm_i=2MH2%2C1GVL6%2C89AP8V%2C4X0VG%2C1

2019/20 P.E. Curriculum Map

This academic year's P.E. curriculum coverage document is now available to view below. This document will tell you which sports your child/children will be covering and when. In addition both Year 2 and Year 4 will be having 10 weeks of swimming lessons, details of when these will be are available on the school calendar. 

Gold Sports Mark 2018/19

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We are delighted to announce that we, Goldstone Primary School, have achieved the School Games Gold Sports Mark Award for the 2018/19 academic year.

The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in
2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

Our sporting achievements this year include:
1st place at the indoor athletics competition
1st place in both age categories in the climbing competition
Success in both cross country events
1st place in netball league
1st place in girls' football league
2nd place at Withdean Athletics
Winning the Track Trophy at Withdean

With a total of over 350 young people competing in local inter-school competitions this year, we are extremely proud of our pupils for their dedication to all aspects of school sport, including those young volunteers, leaders and officials who made the competitions possible.

As part of our application, we were asked to fulfill criteria in the areas of participation, competition, workforce and clubs, and we are pleased that the hard work of everyone at our school has been rewarded this year.

A special thanks to:
Vic Leon-Cutler for co-ordinating PE events and sports leagues.
Liam Hurley for being a fantastic coach.
Sam Maca for providing excellent netball coaching.
Emma Greenough for organising all of the 2018/19 School Games competitions. 
 

Goldstone Sports Results 2018/19

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Goldstone PE Fixtures for 2018/19

  1. Boys Football Brighton College Tournament (26.09.18)
    2nd
  2. Girls Football Brighton College Tournament (05.10.19)
    1st
  3. Red Card to Racism (12.10.18)
    4th
  4. Albion Cup Tournament U11 Girls (06.11.18)
    A Team 2nd / B Team 4th in Group
  5. Albion Cup Tournament U11 Mixed (09.11.18)
    A Team Won / B Team 3rd in Group
  6. Albion Enterprise Cup (15.11.18)
    4th
  7. Waterhall Cross Country (21.11.18)
    6th
  8. Albion Cup Final U11 Girls (23.11.18)
    2nd
  9. Albion Cup Final U11 Mixed (30.11.18)
    4th
  10. Gymnastics (05.12.18)
    5th
  11. Girls Regional Football Finals (06.12.18)
    3rd
  12. Indoor Athletics (09.01.19)
    1st
  13. U11s Hove Cricket Competition (11.02.19)
    1st
  14. Year 6 Girls vs Boys Netball (12.02.19)
    Girls Won
  15. Climbing Competition 7-9 Years (14.02.19)
    1st
  16. Climbing Competition 10-12 Years (14.02.19)
    1st
  17. Quicksticks Hockey Hove (07.03.19)
    1st
  18. U11s Hove Cricket FINAL (12.03.19)
    2nd
  19. High 5 Netball Hove (27.03.19)
    1st
  20. High 5 Netball Brighton & Hove Final (03.04.19)
    2nd
  21. Hove and Portslade Netball Competition (03.04.19)
    3rd
  22. Albion Cup Tournament U9 Girls (03.04.19)
    2nd
  23. Quicksticks Hockey Brighton & Hove Final (04.04.19)
    3rd
  24. Albion Cup Tournament U9 Mixed (04.04.19)
    2nd
  25. Hove Park Cross Country (01.05.19)
    Ethan H 8th
    Tom C 13th
    Mira D 7th
    Saul B 2nd

    Oliver W 12th
    Henry G 15th
    Holly B 17th
  26. Albion Cup Tournament U9 Girls FINAL (10.05.19)
    5th
  27. Tri Golf (09.05.19)
    4th
  28. Albion Cup Tournament U9 Mixed FINAL (10.05.19)
    4th
  29. Racquet Festival (06.06.19)
    4th
  30. Withdean Athletics (20.06.19)
    2nd
    1st in Track events
  31. Under 10s Cricket Competition
    2nd
  32. Steadman Cup
    Knocked out in the quarter final
  33. Baker Cup
    Knocked out in the semi final
  34. Netball League
    1st
  35. Mixed Football League
    2nd
  36. Girls Football League
    1st

Withdean Athletics Competition July 2019

On the 20th of June 2019 39 pupils made their way to Withdean Stadium to complete in the annual Brighton and Hove athletics competiton. The results are as follows: 

Field Events:

Standing Long Jump:

Year 4
Zizzie 7th
Anna 8th
Armani 7th
Salman 8th

Year 5
Martha 6th
Freyja 5th
Sonny 8th
Sam 7th

Year 6
Gemima 5th
Darcie 1st
Sam W 4th
Sid 1st 

Vertex Howler:

Year 4
Zoe 6th
Claudia 5th
Aryav 6th
Luka 5th

Year 5
Shaya 6th
Sara 3rd
Ollie 5th
Saul 4th 

Year 6
Nola 4th
Daisy-Mae 5th
Callum 3rd
Harry P 4th

Track Events:

Sprint:

Year 4
Nina 3rd
Ava 4th
Aryav 2nd
Stanley 1st 

Year 5
Sophie 3rd 
Shaya 4th
Kai 1st
Nelson 2nd

Year 6
Olivia 3rd
Darcie 5th
Sid 2nd
Ethan 1st

600m:

Year 5 & 6
Olivia 1st
Mira 2nd
Ethan 1st
Saul 2nd
 

Relay:

Year 4
Nina, Ava, Anna & Mina 4th
Aryav, Dexter, Ben & Stanley 1st

Year 5
Sophie, Holly, Shaya & Freyja 4th
Kai, Saul, Sam, Nelson 1st

Year 6
Olivia, Darcie, Mira and Maisy 2nd
Sid, Ethan, Zain & Harry 1st

 

A big thank you to the following staff for braving the summer sun to support our fantastic athletes:

Heli
Miss Bunker
Mr Hurley
Mrs Khan

Also a huge thank you to Mel, for taking photos throughout the day! 

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Sports Premium Spending Report 2018/19

Sports Premium

To help keep the legacy of the London Olympics going and to continue inspiring the next generation, the government announced that there would be ring-fenced funding to primary schools. This sport premium funding must be used to fund improvements to the provision of Physical Education and sport, for the benefit of primary-aged pupils, to give them the opportunity to develop a healthy active lifestyle.

 

Background

In March 2013 the government announced that it was to provide additional funding of £150 million per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015 to improve provision of physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools in England – The Primary PE and Sport Premium.

This funding is allocated to primary school headteachers. The funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools.

  1. In the Autumn Statement 2013, the then Chancellor, George Osbourne announced an additional year’s £150m extended funding, taking the total investment to the end of the 2016 academic year.
  2. On 6th February 2014 the then Prime Minister, David Cameron committed to continue the funding for the Primary PE and Sport Premium until 2020.
  3. On the 17th July 2015 the Department for Education announced that 2015/6 funding will remain at the same level as last year.
  4. On 21st September 2016 the Department for Education released its grant conditions for 2016/17.
  5. On 24th October 2017, the Department for Education published new guidance on the doubled Primary PE and Sport Premium grant. 

 

Purpose, Vision, Objective & Key Indicators of funding

Purpose of funding: Schools must spend the additional funding on improving their provision of PE and sport, but they will have the freedom to choose how they do this.

Vision: All pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport.

Objective: To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools.

There are 5 key indicators that schools should expect to see improvement across:

  • The engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – the Chief Medical Officer guidelines recommend that all children and young people aged 5 to 18 engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity a day, of which 30 minutes should be in school.
  • The profile of PE and sport is raised across the school as a tool for whole-school improvement
  • Increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • Broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • Increased participation in competitive sport

Schools can use the funding to:

  • Provide staff with professional development, mentoring, training and resources to help them teach PE and sport more effectively
  • Hire qualified sports coaches to work with teachers to enhance or extend current opportunities
  • Introduce new sports, dance or other activities to encourage more pupils to take up sport and physical activities
  • Support and involve the least active children by providing targeted activities, and running or extending school sports and holiday clubs
  • Enter or run more sport competitions
  • Partner with other schools to run sports activities and clubs
  • Increase pupils’ participation in the School Games
  • Encourage pupils to take on leadership or volunteer roles that support sport and physical activity within the school
  • Provide additional swimming provision targeted to pupils not able to meet the swimming requirements of the national curriculum
  • Embed physical activity into the school day through active travel to and from school, active playgrounds and active teaching

Schools should not use the funding to:

  • Employ coaches or specialist teachers to cover planning preparation and assessment (PPA) arrangements – these should come out of your core staffing budgets.
  • Teach the minimum requirements of the national curriculum – including those specified for swimming (or, in the case of academies and free schools, to teach your existing PE curriculum).
  • Provide transport for PE events or any other events.
  • To cover the cost of capital expenditure.

 

Online Reporting 

Schools must publish details of how they spend their PE and sport premium funding by the 31st of July 2019. This must include:

  • the amount of premium received
  • a full breakdown of how it has been spent (or will be spent)
  • the impact the school has seen on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment
  • how the improvements will be sustainable in the future.

For the 2017 to 2018 academic year, there is a new condition requiring schools to publish how many pupils within their Year 6 cohort are meeting the national curriculum requirement to swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres, use a range of strokes effectively and perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations.

Click on the link below to see how Goldstone Primary School are using their funding. This is a working document that will continue to be updated throughout the rest of this academic year, as different activities have been completed and evidenced. 

 

How much funding do we receive? 

Previously Goldstone Primary received £10,935 in funding in the year 2016-17 from the government; this is known as the 'Primary Physical Education and Sports Premium' (SSP). This funding was been doubled for the academic year 2017-2018 and we now receive £21,879. We received this again for the academic year 2018-19 with the government set to release further details for funding beyond 2020. 

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