Football League update: THE BIG NEWS FROM THE LATEST ROUND
OF THE PRIMARYSHIP LEAGUE IS THAT HALSFORD PARK HAVE OVERTAKEN TURNERS
HILL IN THE RACE FOR TOP SPOT!!
||Won (3 pts)
||Lost (+1 point for attending matches even if
||Points / Position
||6 points (5th)
||10 points (1st)
||8 points (3rd)
||9 points (2nd)
||7 points (4th)
||4 (2 matches attended)
|| 3 points (6th)
SSCO and PLT’s (Primary Link Teacher) - Such an important
Sports Colleges (ST. PAUL’S) are at the hub of the Government’s
strategy to enhance young people’s opportunities to participate
in a wide range of sports as well as raising the standards of teaching
and learning of PE and school sport.
Specialist Sports Colleges position PE and sport at the centre
of the curriculum, using it as a vehicle to develop and improve
learning opportunities for all.
School Sport Partnerships (SSPs) are groups of schools working
together to develop PE and sport opportunities for all young people.
A typical partnership consists of:
- A partnership development manager (PDM);
- up to eight school sport co-coordinators (SSCO’s);
- 45 primary and special school link teachers (PLTs).
A PDM is a full-time role usually based within a Sports College.
They manage the SSP and develop strategic links with key partners
in sport and the wider community.
An SSCO is based in a secondary school and concentrates on improving
school sport opportunities, including out of hours school learning,
intra and inter-school competition and club links, across a family
PLTs are based in primary and special schools and aim to improve
the quantity and quality of PE and sport in their own schools, whilst
linking in with the work of the SSCO.
A typical SSCo partnership model:
Ben Knight showcases TRI GOLF in East Grinstead
New Sackville SSCO, Jake Endersby, swings into action!
EAST GRINSTEAD PLTS TRI THEIR HAND AT GOLF!
PLT CONTACTS 2009/2010:
||TEL / MOBILE
||07884 188295 /321185
||410140 / 07872620552
||Jenny Barnett and
An open letter to East Grinstead Primary schools.....
Dear PRIMARY SCHOOLS,
This is just a brief letter to thank you for coming to the multi
skill event on Wednesday 6th May. I would like to wish you as
a school a big thank you, for the behaviour your children showed
throughout the day. It helped the day be a positive one, and made
it enjoyable not just for them but for us the sports leaders too.
They really did represent the school well!
I hope from the day that the children learnt a new range of
fundamental skills, in which they may be able to use in the future.
Our aim for the day was to get the children involved in a variety
of activities that would be different to those that they may be
We added an element of competitiveness to the activities, through
a point scoring system, which enabled the children to compete
with their friends, but also to inspire them to improve their
As CSLA students we think the children’s behaviour really
helped our JSLA students and I feel they would have learnt a lot
form this experience. This was demonstrated by them running their
own exercise by the end of the day.
I would like to say a big thank you from the Imberhorne CSLA
and JSLA sports leaders for making the day so successful and I
hope that we will see you in the multi-skills event next year.
The CSLA team