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Broader Experience of a Range of Sports and Activities Offered to all Pupils


School Games

The school games inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in appropriate competitive school sport.

North Yorkshire Sport work alongside School Games Organizers (SGOs) and many other essential partners to deliver a county wide program aiming to include as many children and young people.For further information about the School Games and how your school can get involved have a look at the information below;

- North Yorkshire School Games

- Your School Games


National Governing Bodies (NGBs)

National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs) are keen to work with and support Primary schools to make the most of the School Sport Premium and support the delivery of the School Games.

NGBs will support any schools which want and require help in maximising the investment or accessing services to help them improve the quality and quantity of physical education and school sport.

For further information about any sports and the formats in which to deliver within school click here


Sports Coaches

Coaches are different from teachers (however it is recognised that some teachers will have expertise in some sports) in that they have detailed knowledge, understanding, qualifications and experience in specific sports. When coaches complement teachers (where they feel they need support), outstanding outcomes can be achieved by using their technical knowledge and skills.

For further information on use of coaches

https://www.ukcoaching.org/resources/downloadables/how-should-coaches-be-used-in-schools

http://www.saferchildrenyork.org.uk/Downloads/CYC-Sports-Coaches-In-Schools-Guidance-Final.pdf


Leadership Development

The PlayMaker Award is a great introduction into leadership for pupils or students aged nine and over.

Follow the link to learn how your pupils can become playmakers


Yorkshire PE Awards

2018 Winners Carleton

For schools who are doing fantastic work in this area, why not apply for the Yorkshire PE Awards

Schools that can demonstrate the impact of the grant on pupils by broadening the sporting experience outside of PE lessons.

This could include:

  • adaptation of the extracurricular sports offer
  • offsite excursions or residential's which target specific cohorts of pupils
  • working with local community sports clubs to break down barriers to participation outside of school
  • training and deploying sports leaders
  • using School Games (or other) values to motivate attendance in extracurricular activities

Website Publication

As part of the funding agreement schools are required to publish their up to date funding plan on their schools website. There are many key components this must include and whilst a template is provided schools may present this in any way they wish providing they include the key information.

Please follow the link for the DfE commissioned website reporting template