Stockton Schools Sport Partnership
In light of the current situation with the coronavirus, the Stockton Schools Sport Partnership staff will be working from home until further notice.
Our mission to encourage all young people to lead a healthy and active lifestyle continues and we will be working hard to connect with our schools, their students and wider families. We aim to provide resources to encourage daily, fun ideas to keep everyone active at home. #StayHomeStayActive #StayInWorkOut
We will be accessing our emails on a regular basis and will be using our Facebook and Twitter pages to post ideas, resources and support. Please feel free to contact us if you need any help or information. We will also be using our time to plan ahead for future School Games and Sport Partnership events and services to schools.
School Games Mark applications will still be encouraged by schools in the summer term but, understandably, the criteria will be amended accordingly and we await further information.
At such a difficult, challenging and sad time we hope that you, your families and friends stay well.
Emma, Rose, Pete & Lisa
The Stockton Schools Sport Partnership was established by Northfield School in 2001 as part of the National PE and School Sport Strategy. Since then it has developed to comprise of two Partnerships - Stockton Central & Stockton Northfield and we now work with 12 secondary schools, 57 primary schools and 4 special schools from across Stockton-on-Tees.
At the Stockton Schools Sport Partnership, we believe that all young people should be encouraged to lead a healthy and active lifestyle and that it is important for all children to develop a lifelong enthusiasm for sport and physical activity.
Our aim is to create opportunities for children to develop their physical, social and emotional skills through experiencing high quality PE, competition and sports leadership. We will do this by offering a package of support to schools to:
- Engage their students in regular activity to kick start healthy & active lifestyles
- Increase the confidence, knowledge and skills of teachers and wider school staff in delivering PE & school sport
- Access a broader experience of a range of sports and activities for all students
- Encourage increased participation in competitive sport
- Use sport as a tool for whole school improvement
The Schools Sport Partnership at Northfield also hosts the School Games Organisers who are responsible for delivering the National School Games programme in Stockton. The School Games events and activities are open to all schools free of charge. For more information please see our School Games page or visit http://www.yourschoolgames.org.
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