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School Games Programme

The mission of the School Games is keeping competitive sport at the heart of schools and providing more young people with the opportunity to compete and achieve their personal best. The vision is that by 2020 the School Games will be continuing to make a clear and meaningful difference to the lives of even more children and young people. The School Games are designed to motivate and enthuse all young people, in years 3 to 13 of all abilities and backgrounds.

The School Games County Finals in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough are led by a Local Organising Committee (LOC), made up of representatives from across the county. The Games are supported by five School Games Organisers (SGOs) from districts across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. The SGO areas are: Cambridge, Huntingdonshire, Peterborough, South Cambridgeshire and Witchford.

The South Cambs School Sports Partnership (SCSSP) works with 51 primary schools, 9 secondary schools and 1 special school across the district of South Cambridgeshire in order to maximise the positive impact that high quality Physical Education, school sport and physical activity can have on young people. The School Sport Partnership was established in September 2003 and is hosted by Comberton Village College.

Target audience

Primary and secondary staff and pupils

Our Vision

To ensure all young people in South Cambs receive high quality Physical Education (PE) lessons and participate, enjoy and benefit from PE, school sport and physical activity.

Subscription Package 

The Partnership offers a popular and successful subscription service to primary schools to support them with delivering high quality PE and to enrich sporting opportunities for all young people. The subscription service is varied and flexible with a ‘Core Offer’ designed to suit the needs of all schools and then a menu of optional ‘Bolt On’ programmes which further support the provision of PE, physical activity and sport in schools. Optional ‘bolt on’ programmes include Pilates sessions, balanceability training, sports roadshows, teaching training, sporting athlete visits, team building days, top up swimming lessons and play leader training for example. This approach offers choice and flexibility enabling schools to tailor their own package of support to suit the needs of their children and school.

Leadership, Coaching and Volunteering Programme

The Partnership runs a hugely successful and popular Leadership Academy programme involving approx. 150 sports leaders aged 14-15years from all of the local secondary schools. Leaders attend two annual conferences plus a celebration event delivered by the Partnership and have access to a broad offer of sport specific leadership awards throughout the year. These leaders are then deployed to support the delivery of extra-curricular clubs, inter school competitions and primary school events as well as guided and encouraged to volunteer in community sport/events.

For more information please contact Claire McDonnell, Partnership Manager cmcdonnell@combertonvc.org

www.scssp.co.uk

The Cambridge School Sports Partnership (CSSP) works with 34 primary schools, 9 secondary schools and 1 special school across Cambridge city in order to maximise the positive impact that high quality Physical Education, school sport and physical activity can have on young people. The School Sport Partnership was established in September 2003 and is hosted by Netherhall School.

Target audience

Primary and secondary staff and pupils

Our Vision

To ensure all young people in Cambridge receive high quality Physical Education (PE) lessons and participate, enjoy and benefit from PE, school sport and physical activity.

Subscription Package 

The Partnership offers a popular and successful subscription service to primary schools to support them with delivering high quality PE and to enrich sporting opportunities for all young people. The subscription service is varied and flexible with a ‘Core Offer’ designed to suit the needs of all schools and then a menu of optional ‘Bolt On’ programmes which further support the provision of PE, physical activity and sport in schools. Optional ‘bolt on’ programmes include Pilates sessions, balanceability training, sports roadshows, teaching training, sporting athlete visits, team building days, top up swimming lessons and play leader training for example. This approach offers choice and flexibility enabling schools to tailor their own package of support to suit the needs of their children and school.

For more information please contact Cath Heron, Partnership Manager cheron@netherhallschool.org

https://www.cambridgessp.com/

The Hunts School Sports Partnership (HSSP) works with 58 primary schools, 7 secondary schools and 2 special schools across the district of Huntingdonshire in order to maximise the positive impact that high quality Physical Education, school sport and physical activity can have on young people. The School Sport Partnership was established in September 2003 and is hosted by Hinchingbrooke School.

Target audience

Primary and secondary staff and pupils

Our Vision

To ensure all young people in Huntingdonshire receive high quality Physical Education (PE) lessons and participate, enjoy and benefit from PE, school sport and physical activity.

Subscription Package 

The Partnership offers a successful subscription service to primary schools to support them with delivering high quality PE and to enrich sporting opportunities for all young people. The subscription service offers the schools 3 levels (Bronze, Silver or Gold) or the option to create a bespoke package for their school alongside a menu of optional ‘Top Up’ programmes which further support the provision of PE, physical activity and sport in schools. Optional ‘Top Up’ programmes include balanceability training, sporting challenges days, teaching training, team problem solving days, top up swimming lessons and play leader training for example. This approach offers choice and flexibility enabling schools to tailor their own package of support to suit the needs of their children and school.

Leadership, Coaching and Volunteering Programme

The Partnership runs a popular Leadership Academy programme involving approx. 100 sports leaders aged 13-15years from 4 of the local secondary schools. Leaders attend an annual launch event delivered by the Partnership and have access to a broad offer of sport specific leadership awards throughout the year. These leaders are then deployed to support the delivery of inter school competitions and primary school events as well as guided and encouraged to volunteer in community sport/events.

For more information please contact Doug Finlayson, Partnership Manager rdf@hinchbk.cambs.sch.uk

http://www.huntsssp.org/

The Witchford School Sports Partnership (WSSP) works with 51 primary schools, 8 secondary schools and 3 special schools across the district of East Cambridgeshire and Fenland in order to maximise the positive impact that high quality Physical Education, school sport and physical activity can have on young people. The Partnership was established in September 2005 and was hosted by Witchford Village College. In September 2016, WSSP moved away from the college and now works independently whilst still maintaining close links with Witchford Village College.

Target audience

Primary and secondary staff and pupils

Our Vision

To ensure all young people in East Cambs and Fenland receive high quality Physical Education (PE) lessons and participate, enjoy and benefit from PE, school sport and physical activity.

Subscription Package 

The Partnership offers a popular and successful subscription service to primary schools to support them with delivering high quality PE and to enrich sporting opportunities for all young people. The subscription service is varied and flexible with a ‘Core Offer’ designed to suit the needs of all schools and then a menu of ‘Additional Services’ which further support the provision of PE, physical activity and sport in schools. Optional ‘Additional Services’ include a variety of training packages for teachers, midday supervisors and young leaders. We also offer a variety of event days including team building, orienteering, sport stacking, healthy lifestyles and lots more. This approach offers choice and flexibility enabling schools to tailor their own package of support to suit the needs of their children and school.

For full details of our Subscription, please visit our website.

Sport Stacking

Since December 2019, we have been involved in developing sport stacking in our schools and nationally. Sport stacking is a great activity for both sporty and non-sporty children. There are many activities children can do which not only practice the stacking sequences but gets them moving and active without them realising it. There are many benefits to stacking which include: developing co-ordination and physical skills, confidence, resilience and self-belief.

For more information please visit: www.speedstacks.uk

For more information please contact Di Baker, Partnership Manager

DBaker@improveit.ltd

Charlotte Murfitt, Company Operations Manager – CMurfitt@improveit.ltd

Helen Scotto di Marrazzo, Competition Organiser – HScottoDiMarrazzo@improveit.ltd

www.improveit.education

 

 

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