The Cheshire SGOs are looking to break the world record for the highest number of skipping participants in multiple venues across the country and we are asking schools if they would like to be involved. The attempt will take place on Friday 24th June at 11am and the current record stands at 70,880 so we will need to engage a lot of schools to try to break this record.
All details are in the document below and if you would like to be involved please complete your school details and email it back to Chris Hughes (email@example.com)
Are you looking for something different to tick those boxes for the Sports Premium funding and the School Games Mark?
All Stars Boxing are currently offering schools 3 FREE weeks of Boxing sessions. These can be used as Extra Curriculum Clubs, PPA or CPD. The sessions will be planned and delivered by their qualified staff.
They will also provide equipment to ensure all children are active in the session.
All Stars Boxing create a platform for children to get healthy and into Boxing.
All their sessions are non-contact, and they strive to improve life skills such as discipline, motivation, respect and self-esteem.
Their brochure is attached below.
Please note: They are limited to how many schools they can offer this to. It will be on a first come, first served basis. So please do not hesitate to book in your slots asap.
With the evolution of the School Games gathering at a pace, we have taken the opportunity to review School Games Mark to ensure it still fit for purpose. It remains central that School Games Mark is a development tool that needs to help schools to effectively reflect on their engagement in the School Games and to also reflect on the difference that they are making for those young people that need to be physically active the most. We want this to be a clear and simple review tool that aids schools to make some informed decisions and allow School Games Organisers (SGOs) to get a better understanding of the schools that they work with needs.
Based on feedback from the network of schools and SGOs we have looked to reinstate and refresh the levels of Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum for 2021/22 enabling those schools that want the stretch to do so whilst supporting all schools to benchmark their provision against a nationally recognised set of criteria.
The outcomes of School Games Mark and the School Games are entwined. Schools will need to demonstrate how they are/have;
- Maintaining and growing their school’s engagement in the School Games and their delivery of 60 active minutes for every child
- Creating positive experiences to ensure physical activity and competition provision is designed to reflect the motivation, competence and confidence of their young people and has a clear intent
- A clear focus on particular transition points (Yr.3 and Yr.7/8 as well as those in 3 tier systems) and how secondary schools are engaging in the School Games
- Create positive experiences that support the character development of their young people
- Advocated to key stakeholders how the School Games makes a meaningful difference to the lives of children and young people, including engaging and educating their parents
The application window will open on 4th May 2022 until 27th July 2022 and the School Games Mark document, detailing the criteria for each of the levels, is available to download below.
Birmingham 2022 will stage the 16th official Queen’s Baton Relay – an epic journey across the Commonwealth, with The Queen’s Baton visiting all 72 nations and territories, reaching Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania, the Caribbean and the Americas.
The Relay will begin in October 2021, once Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has placed her message to the Commonwealth into the Baton.
The Baton will then travel for 294 days, connecting communities in every corner of the Commonwealth, embracing unique cultures and sharing stories.
Printable educational resources have been developed to bring the celebration of the Queen’s Baton Relay into schools. There are three different resource packs aimed at Reception, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, which provide learning opportunities to be explored in the classroom and extend to home learning. They will develop children’s understanding of the Queen’s Baton Relay, focus on the messages of solidarity, hope and community and improve understanding of the Commonwealth through cross-curricular activities. The activities will also develop transferable skills in communication, confidence building, presentation, research and more.
All 3 resources are available to download below-
The CNSSP Competition Calendar for the Autumn term is available to download below with all the events re branded this year to hopefully make it easier for schools to know which pupils to bring.
This year we will be using Google Forms for schools to confirm which events they would like to attend. The form can be found on the link below. If you have any problems please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership for the C&N School Sport Partnership is open for Crewe and Nantwich Primary Schools for the 2021-22 school year. All details of the benefits for schools are in the below membership document.
If your school would like to take up their membership for this school year please complete the reply form below and email it to Chris Hughes (email@example.com)
Due to COVID-19 we have been unable to deliver the Change 4 Life training for primary schools that we would normally do each year. Instead across Cheshire and Warrington we have been working on putting together a set of resources that you can use in your school in what we are calling our Change 4 Life week.
This will be week commencing Monday 10th May and we will send schools resources that you can dip into whenever you like during the Change 4 Life Week.
All of the resources including the timetable are available in the Google Drive on this link
Due to the ongoing restrictions, the Crewe and Nantwich Town Sports won’t be able to take place in its usual format again this year. In its place we are hoping schools will join us, during National School Sports Week, in running the Town Sports events in school with all their pupils and make this the biggest Town Sports ever.
Schools can run their Town Sports between the 21st and 25th June with pupils, classes or year groups competing against each other and every pupil that takes part will be awarded a certificate for their participation.
Please see all of the Town Sports events cards available to download below along with the results spread sheet. Send your results through to Chris Hughes by Monday 28th June 2021 and results will be sent to all participating schools along with certificates.
Please post any pictures or videos of children taking part on twitter, facebook or instagram and tag CNSSP in.
After a year in which young people have missed out on so much and had their worlds turned upside down, sport and physical activity are playing an essential role in their recovery.
National School Sport Week 2021 will celebrate the return of youth sport and its power to bring people back together with a week of school sports days held up and down the country. The theme of this year’s campaign is Together Again and we want you to join in by organising or supporting an event during the week.
Schools, families and communities across the UK are encouraged to sign up and share their commitment to holding a sports day between 19 and 25 June this summer.
To register your school for the National School Sports Week please visit the Youth Sport Website
A new Active Recovery Hub has launched to provide schools, local authorities, and families with easy access to free resources to get children moving before, during and after the school day.
The Youth Sport Trust and Sport England have led the creation of the Active Recovery Hub with the support of funding from the National Lottery.
This follows a commitment in the Government’s School Sport and Activity Action Plan to extend the School Games website to help teachers and parents find opportunities for young people to compete and get active.
The new hub is available on the School Games website and provides the ideal platform to get all young people more active. More than 18,800 schools already take part in the School Games nationwide. A total of 38 sports organisations have provided content and expertise to create a diverse range of activities that are inclusive.
You can access the Activity Hub on the School Games website via this link