It is a government requirement that schools publish the percentage of pupils within their Year 6 cohort who met the national curriculum requirement to:
For the academic year 2018-19, 44% of our Year 6 cohort met all of these requirements and 56% did not.
At Alfred Salter, we are proud to be working towards our Sainsbury's School Games Mark.
The School Games Mark is a Government-led award scheme, which rewards schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community.
So far this year, we have provided extra-curricular clubs in Football, Netball, Athletics, Table Cricket, Ballet, Hockey and Cycling, as well as high-quality lunchtime provision with further competitive opportunities. In terms of competition, our children have competed in the 5-aside Football League, Hi5 Netball, Cross Country and Borough Finals, SEND Bowling, Indoor Athletics and Borough Finals, the SEND Festival of Sport, SEND Boccia and Borough Finals, SEND Seated Volleyball, Table Cricket and the SEND Pantathlon.
At Alfred Salter, we are committed to providing a broad range of sporting opportunities, which are inclusive to all. We understand that it is important that our pupils are given opportunities to participate in a range of enjoyable physical activities at an early age, so that they are more likely to continue being physically active throughout the rest of their lives. As a school, we are aware of the key role we play in promoting active lifestyles to young people: developing their attitudes, knowledge, confidence and competence to help encourage a lifelong commitment to physical activity.