Soham Village College

Physical Education

Physical Education

E-Mail: headofpe@soham-college.org.uk

         
Physical Education
Physical Education Legacy   

Sports Kit (Boys & Girls)

Same kit to be worn by girls and boys unless otherwise stated

Outdoors

Blue Rugby Shirt (school issue)
Black Shorts (no stripes. Logos should be no more than 40mm x 40mm)
Blue Socks (school issue)
Appropriate clean footwear

Indoors

White T Shirt (no stripes. Logos should be no more than 40mm x 40mm)
Black Shorts (no stripes. Logos should be no more than 40mm x 40mm)
Blue Socks (school issue)
Appropriate clean soled footwear

Health & Safety

Shin pads - Football *
Gum shield – Hockey / Rugby *
Kite Marked Studs – Football / Rugby *
A reminder to pupils that no jewellery or watches are to be worn in PE lessons *
Netball skirt is now optional for girl

* Please note that it is the responsibility of the parents and not the teachers to provide the appropriate health and safety equipment for sports activities. A disclaimer is available from the college if you will be allowing your children to take part without the relevant equipment

The Scarlet Tie Award

Celebrating Success and Commitment to the College

We always welcome students who wish to share their successes, even if they do not always result in the reward of a Scarlet tie. Indeed, the College takes great pride in celebrating our students achievements.
The Scarlet tie is the mark of an ambassador for the College. It is a whole College reward, which is linked to a high level of achievement in your chosen field, whether that is Music, Drama or Sport, contribution to the College, behaviour and uniform.
The Criteria:
1. The student concerned must be representative at county Under 14 level, or above in an activity included in The National Curriculum, Edexcel exam board or recognized by the International Olympics Committee or; they must have played in, shown commitment and consistently represented the school in three sports in Years 7, 8, and 9.
2. A Tri colour is awarded to a student who has achieved national level, or county level in three sports, or two counties and one district, or two counties and consistently represented the school in three sports in Years 7, 8, and 9.
3. An applicant may be considered for an ‘Award’ tie if the Head of that faculty deems them to have made a significant contribution to their Faculty area. This may include appearing in several consecutive College productions or concerts.
4. The student concerned must be behaving in school in a manner compatible with wearing a tie held in such high esteem.
5. All students qualifying to receive the award should complete the Proforma, which is available from staff at the college or download it from the College website.
6. Please note that students may be asked not to wear the ‘Award’ tie in College if any of the criteria have not been followed or they no longer contribute to the College or their sport in their previous manner.

Scarlet Tie Award Information Proforma