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November 2019

* POSTPONED* Big Schools – Yr 3/4 & 5/6 Cross Country Competition

21 November from 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Wimpole Estate,
Arrington, Royston, SG8 0BW United Kingdom
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* THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED * *Please note this is a BIG SCHOOLS competition* There are TWO team competitions to this event, one for Year 5/6 and one for Year 3/4 Team. This means there will be 8 race categories: Year 3 Girls Year 3 Boys Year 4 Girls Year 4 Boys Year 5 Girls Year 5 Boys Year 6 Girls Year 6 Boys Each race will be to English Schools Athletics Association Guidelines for Primary School Cross Country…

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Small School Yr 3/4 & 5/6 Cross Country Competition

28 November from 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Milton Country Park,
Milton, Cambridge, CB24 6AZ United Kingdom
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Please note this is a SMALL SCHOOLS* competition *The definition of a small school, is any school that has fewer than 120 students in KS2 and no more than 30 pupils in Year 6. There are TWO team competitions for this event, one for Year 5/6  and one for Year 3/4. This means there will be 8 race categories: Year 3 Girls Year 3 Boys Year 4 Girls Year 4 Boys Year 5 Girls Year 5 Boys Year 6 Girls…

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December 2019
£50

Supporting PE for TA’s and Adults supporting learning

2 December from 9:15 am - 12:15 pm
Comberton Village College,
West Street, Comberton, CB23 7DU United Kingdom
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TAs and HLTAs make an important contribution to Physical Education in schools. This workshop will support them in sharing ideas about how to help plan a lesson and how to make it inclusive for all children of all abilities. Safety will also be discussed and TAs will be reassured with a number of ideas and resources to  make teachers and adults safe in PE. TA’s will explore what high quality PE looks like and what to look for from pupils…

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January 2020
£80

Teaching Gymnastics

15 January, 2020 from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Comberton Village College,
West Street, Comberton, CB23 7DU United Kingdom
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Structuring and teaching Primary Gymnastics safely and effectively – This practical course will explore planning tools that can be used to effectively structure high quality learning in Gymnastics and how to deliver Gymnastics safely with a particular focus on progressing and integrating Gymnastics skills and the handling, layout and use of a range of apparatus. Aimed at: Teachers & TA’s Cost: £80 *1 free place to CPD bolt on schools  

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Partnership Spring Networking Event

16 January, 2020 from 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Comberton Village College,
West Street, Comberton, CB23 7DU United Kingdom
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This half day session is essential for all schools working with the School Sport Partnership and for that reason it is hoped that all PE Coordinators will attend. The event will provide the latest local and national updates, time for sharing of good practice and an opportunity to network with colleagues. AGENDA – TBC: This event is being provided free of charge for all South Cambs SSP subscribed schools.

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£25

Tag Rugby Teachers Workshop

21 January, 2020 from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Shelford Rugby Club,
The Davey Field, Great Shelford, CB22 5JU
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This interactive course is designed to ensure that all coaches and teachers are up to date with the tag rugby rules as well as provide staff with a range of drills and games for their tag rugby training programs.   Content will include: * Rules overview and explanations * Fundamental movement skills – agility & evasive running * Sport Specific Skills – Catch & Pass – Track & Tag * Basic attack and defense strategies   Aimed at: Teachers, TA’s,…

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Year 3/4 Key Steps Gymnastics Competition

29 January, 2020 from 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Comberton Village College,
West Street, Comberton, CB23 7DU United Kingdom
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This event is part of the School Games programme and is open to all schools in South Cambs SSP with the top two placed schools qualifying to represent the Partnership at the County School Games Spring Festival on Thursday 26th March 2020   Entries: 6 pupils per team mixed teams (minimum of 1 boy/girl per team) aimed at children NEW to gymnastics NOT club gymnasts   All children compete in two elements: a vault which is performed twice, with the best score counting…

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Real PE Course – DAY 2

30 January, 2020 from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Unnamed Venue

Giving all children the physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills to achieve in PE, Sport and life. real PE is a unique, child-centred approach that transforms how we teach PE to engage and challenge EVERY child.  It has been developed to inspire teachers to enjoy teaching PE and transforms their confidence to deliver outstanding lessons. It is fully aligned to the National Curriculum and Ofsted requirements and focuses on the development of agility, balance, coordination, healthy competition and cooperative learning.…

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February 2020

Aspire New Age Kurling Competition

5 February, 2020 from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bassingbourn Village College,
SG8 5NJ
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This competition has been introduced as a new fully inclusive sport which might appeal to a different group of young people. We will be providing 2 competitions in one day for this event, please use the booking system below to select your time slot, either 10am – 12pm or 1pm – 3pm. The event is suitable for children with SEND or additional needs. It may also appeal to your less active children or those that don’t normally get an opportunity to represent the…

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PRIMARY – Adapted Multi Sport Competition PLUS (SEND)

12 February, 2020 from 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Impington Village College,
New Rd, Cambridge, Impington CB24 9LX United Kingdom
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The adapted multi-sport competition is for KS2 children in either mainstream or special schools with special educational needs or a disability. This could be physical, learning or sensory or a combination of these.  The key criteria for entry is that the children require assistance and support to carry out instructions/actions during physical activity and because of this they cannot compete in a standard competition format. Pupils need to be entered in pairs ideally but we can take individual children, it’s reasonably flexible…

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