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Girls Active: Funded opportunity to increase physical activity and emotional wellbeing of female pupils

One of the biggest barriers to achievement is pupils’ declining physical and emotional wellbeing

Can you think of any girls in your school who do not seem to be reaching their full potential? Public Health, Herts Sports Partnership, and the CCGS have provided funding to Youth Sports Trust to offer an exciting opportunity for 10 secondary schools to pilot an approach to increase physical activity and emotional wellbeing in teenage girls.

Tennis - Teacher Training

Primary Schools Tennis Teacher Training Course
Secondary Teachers Course 2016

Tennis – Local Competitions

County Schools Entry Form for Boys 2016
County Schools Entry Form for Girls 2016
Mini Orange Entry Form 2016
Mini Red Entry Form 2016 - Potters Bar
Mini Red Entry Form 2016 - Watford
Mini Red Entry Form 2016 - Welwyn
Nicola Mabbitt Trophy Entry Form
Year 7 Competition Boys Entry Form 2016
Year 7 Competition Girls Entry Form 2016
Coach Education Week 2016

With just under a week to go until February half-term and Herts Coach Education Week 2016, we want to make sure that no clubs, coaches, teachers, leaders or students miss out. Places are filling fast and although there are still spaces on many of the courses, some are already full. Don’t wait - book now!

Designed to help develop and raise the standard of sports leadership and coaching in Herts, the seventy courses, workshops and lectures are listed in the Herts Coach Education Week 2016 interactive programme, with links for more information and how to book.

Taking place across Hertfordshire in 17 different venues, courses cover around 20 sports and range from Coaching Awards to Sports Science sessions and from to Disability specific courses to coaching breakfasts. There really is something for everyone!

British Showjumping National Schools Team & Individual Championships

These exciting new Championships, brought to you by British Showjumping in conjunction with The Pony Club, will allow for schools to submit teams of three or four riders within a specifi c height category of either 70cm, 80cm, 90cm, 1.00m or 1.10m. A League Table underpins each of the height categories with an objective of qualifying for the National Schools Team & Individual Championship Finals which will take place at the British Showjumping National Championships at Stoneleigh Park next summer.

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Schools Information and Rules
Primary PE and Sport Premium 2015-16 Financial Year

PE and sport premium funding for primary schools remains the same as last year.

Sport England Guidance Videos – PE and Sport Premium

Sport England has funded and developed a suite of films to promote best practice use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium. The four films focus on the outcomes of the Primary PE and Sport Premium and include the following key messages: