PE and Sport 2014/2015

Roseberry Primary School’s Vision for Sport
We at Roseberry Primary School have the responsibility to ensure that all our young children have access to high quality Sport and PE. We all work hard to ensure that we provide our children with two hours of physical education and school sport, per week

We believe that Physical Education and sport, if taught well, can help our children lead healthy active lifestyles. Our children can recognise this will enable them to take these values and beliefs into their future.

We aim to ensure that PE not only has a positive effect on our children’s health, but impacts positively on learning and behaviour in the classroom. We believe Physical Education and sport can help children to improve social skills and allows children enjoy, engage and achieve in an alternative learning environment.

Our children’s moto is: “We don’t say we can’t, we always say we will try”

At Roseberry, we pride ourselves on ensuring that we offer our children every opportunity to be the best they can be – especially in competitive sport. It is very important that all our children are able to compete as an individual and as a part of a team, both inside and outside of school.

Click here to access our ‘Moving PE Towards Outstanding’ action plan

Access our News page to read all about the exciting events which have already taken place this academic year.

2013/14 was a very successful year with over 90 children participating in competitive sport outside of school. Our PE team did a fantastic job in working with SSSP (Stockton Schools Sports Partnership) to ensure as many children were able to participate in competitions in sports such as Cricket, Tag Rugby, Basketball etc. We are all very proud of our children amazing acheivements – they all surpassed our expectation. So much so, article was published in the local newspaper (Evening Gazette) in celebration our childrens achievements.


Below is a brief review of how successful Roseberry Primary School were in competitive sport in 2013/14.


Ten Year 6 children qualified through their first Billingham Cluster Basketball Competion to represent Northfield Cluster at the Stockton Basketball Finals held at Billingham Campus School. Unfortunately, Roseberry lost to Whitehouse Primary School (Stockton School Winners) and did not qualify for the Tees Valley Competition.


Roseberry took 30 children (A team, B team and a C team) to their first ever Billingham Cluster Netball Competition. This was held an Billingham Campus School and after coming second to St. Johns Evangelist of Billingham and qualified to represent Northfield School at the Stockton Schools Netball Competition. The A team went on to beat both Crooksbarn Primary of Stockton and St. Johns Eavgelist of Billingham to represent Stockton schools at the Tees Valley Netball Finals.


Twenty year 6 boys participated in the Billingham Cluster Cricket competition . Our two year 6 boys’ teams did not qualify for the Stockton School Cricket finals reaching the quarter finals and semi finals.

Ten year 6 girls represented Roseberry at the Billingham Cluster Cricket Girls competition, and they performed well enough to qualify to Stockton School Cricket Finals. This final was held at Norton Cricket Club and our year 6 girls team came 3rd, only losing in the semi final to St Francias of Assisi of Thornaby.

Over thirty children participated in the Billingham Cluster event. The children were placed in both A, B and C. Team A qualified to represent Northfield at the Stockton School finals with team B also qualifying.

Cross Country

Thirty children from both year 6 and year 5 participated in the Billingham Cluster Cross Country event held at Northfield School. Twelve of these children went on to represent Northfield at the Stockton Schools Cross Country Finals held at Preston Park in Eaglescliffe. One of our Year 6 girls managed to progress through the Tees Valley finals held at Prissick Base.

Sportshall Athletics

Roseberry took thirty-six children (3 teams) to the Billingham Cluster Sportshall Atheletics completion held at Billingham Campus. All the children competed in events such as spints, hurdles, obstacle relay and other events such howler throw, speed bounce and triple jump. Both teams qualified to represent Northfield at the Stockton Schools Sportshall Athletics finals, coming both 1st and 2nd. Nineteen children went on to compete in the Stockton Schools Sporthall athletics completion and were runners up behind Hartburn Primary School and Whitehouse School. Roseberry then went on participate in their first ever Tees Valley Schools Sports hall event.

Tag Rugby.

Roseberry took thrity-six children (3 teams) to the Billingham Cluster Tag Rugby Competition held at Northfield school. The C team did not qualify out of the groups stages, with the B team losing in the semi finals and the A team winning the completion. The A team went on to represent Northfield at the Stockton Schools Tag Rugby Finals and came 2nd, losing to Levendale Primary of Yarm. Ten children then went on to represent Stockton Schools at the Tees Valley Schools event where they qualified for their first ever North East Schools Tag Rugby Competition which was held at Newcastle Falcons training ground.


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