Partnerships

Create Development work in partnership with many local and national organisations that share our ethos and passion to create positive relationships with physical activity for life.

National

Coach Core
Coach Core
is a programme run by the Royal Foundation of the Dugke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry and was established in 2012.

It is an apprenticeship programme improving the availability and quality of sports coaching, whilst creating much needed employment for young people. Coach Core increases confidence and enables the young people to have more belief in their ability to achieve in the future.

The Coach Core programme offers a range of qualifications, along with its unique combination of learning through employment and the classroom, supported by high-quality mentoring. The focus is on ensuring trainees progress rapidly and have the skills to operate in a professional capacity in whichever career path they choose.

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Regional

East

Active Essex
Active Essex
is the Sport and Physical Activity Partnership for Greater Essex with the vision: “To create a more physically active and sporting environment for all people in Greater Essex to enable everyone to participate in the activity of their choice at their chosen level”. The Active Essex partnership is working together to inspire growth and enterprise in the Sport, Health and Physical Activity sector in Essex with aim to improve health, well-being and general quality of life through sport and physical activity.

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Chelmsford School Sport Partnership
The Chelmsford School Sport Partnership was launched in September 2003 and is based at Great Baddow High School Sports College. They have sixty one schools in total, made up of eight secondary state schools, two special schools and 50 primary schools. The Chelmsford Partnership offers support to all schools on competition, High Quality PE, leadership opportunities, Gifted and Talented support, coaching, INSET, and access to funding.

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Forest Heath Sports Partnership
The Forest Heath Sports Partnership is a partnership of schools, community sports clubs and leisure providers in West Suffolk. Hosted by Newmarket Academy, its main objective is to enhance the number and quality of opportunities for young people to engage in sport and physical activity. The Partnership achieves this through the organisation of inter-school sport competitions, coach and teacher education, the development of young sports leaders and officials and gifted and talented workshops among other initiatives.

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Jack Hunt School Sport Partnership
We work with Jack Hunt School Sport Partnership to deliver real PE in Peterborough.

Norwich School Sport Partnership
The Norwich School Sport Partnership was launched in 2000, with the vision for every young person in Norwich to develop the habit to be physically active in order to lead a healthy, happy and successful life. They aim to support schools to ensure all pupils develop basic physical literacy by experiencing a broad range of sports and physical activities whilst building an understanding of the importance of leading a healthy and active lifestyle.

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West Norfolk School Sport Partnership
West Norfolk School Sport Partnership’s
vision is that all young people should receive high quality physical education within school and have access to an outstanding range of extracurricular sport and physical activity opportunities both on their school site and within their local community. They hope that by inspiring young people to develop the habit to be physically active at a young age we can help them to be healthy, active and successful for the rest of their lives. To help achieve this, they provide a range of services for schools including teaching high quality lessons within the curriculum, training for school staff as part of their INSET programme and an extensive programme of competitions and festivals.

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West Norwich and Dereham School Sport Partnership
The West Norwich & Dereham School Sport Partnership is based at Taverham High School and supports over 40 schools in the area covering Taverham, Costessey, Reepham, Hellesdon and Dereham. The SSP offers a wide range of support for schools via a successful membership offer. Supporting over 10,000 pupils through member schools, the SSP provides events/competitions/festivals as well as support for school staff with high end professional development opportunities.

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London

Bromley School Sport Partnership
We work in partnership with Bromley School Sport Partnership to deliver the full range of Create Development programmes in the South East of London.

Croydon School Sport Partnership
The aim of Croydon School Sport Partnershipwhich began in its current form in 2011, is to achieve high quality physical education and school sport in all schools, and to enable sport to be used in improving all areas of a pupil’s development. The greater vision of the partnership is of working in close partnership with schools, associations, community clubs and volunteer organisations to create opportunities for all pupils in Croydon. It encompasses the School Games Organisers, ‘Teacher Release’ staff from the secondary schools and employs its own coaches who both Primary and Secondary schools hire in to support he learning and development of their students.

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Featherstone School Sport Partnership
The Featherstone School Sport Partnership continues to offer school within Ealing the highest quality support linked to the Sport Premium, National and local targets for school sport. Their team of qualified teachers are embedded within local schools to help SLT, teachers and students receive the most up to date and engaging lessons, clubs, competitions and CPD. They work in partnership with South Hillingdon School Sports Network and Willowtree School Sports Partnership to deliver Create Development programmes to practitioners in North West London.

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London PE and School Sports Network
The London PE and School Sports Network has its home at Bacon’s College in Southwark and is a progressive organisation which works with over 125 primary, secondary and special school to develop physical education and school sport. Their strategic business development sits within the key areas of Professional Development, PE and School Sport, Health and Well-being and Leadership.

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London Sport
London Sport
is one of 45 County Sports Partnerships across England funded by Sport England delivering national policies at a local level. It has a simple aim: to help make London happier, healthier and stronger through sport. They do this by working in partnership with the numerous organisations involved in physical activity and sport in London. They believe that a step-change in physical activity and sport can be achieved not only by what we do, but equally as important is how we go about doing it. They are our official partner for the Primary Support Programme.

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London Youth Games Foundation
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London Youth Games Foundation has been working in partnership with Create Development since 2012; leading the way in designing and developing meaningful and sustainable leadership and volunteering pathways for young people in London. Over the years the partnership has offered over 3,500 young Londoners the opportunity to upskill and develop both in leadership roles and sports volunteering. The impact of this collaborative work has been evident in the quality of both London Youth Games events and community/local activity. We at the Foundation value the partnership and the work we do with Create Development.

They are our official partners for the GamesForce Events Award and GamesForceGo! real leaders.

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South Hillingdon School Sport Network (SHSSN)
South Hillingdon School Sport Network
aims to enhance the lives of the students it works with, by ensuring they get the opportunity to take part in sport, either as a participant, leader or performer at all levels. By providing a wide range of different activities, it promotes self-esteem leading to lifelong sporting participation within their communities. We encourage students to compete, but to also learn the life skills that can be gained through sport, ensuring that fair play and the Olympic and Paralympic values are at the forefront of our events. They work in collaboration with Willowtree School Sport Partnership and Featherstone School Sport Partnership to deliver Create Development programmes to practitioners in North West London.

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Sutton School Sport Partnership
Sutton School Sport Partnership
is formed from the two original Sports College Hub sites, The John Fisher School in Purley and Carshalton Boys Sports College in Carshalton. They are a team of qualified and experienced teachers with a broad range of skills ranging from EYFS to KS5. They work closely with 45 primary and infant schools, 15 secondary schools and 5 special schools in London Borough of Sutton.

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Waltham Forest School Sport Network(WFSSN)
The Waltham Forest Schools Sport Network brings together schools to drive and develop high quality PE and Sports opportunities for all. The Network works with schools and partner organisations to give young people the best opportunities in Physical Education, Competitive Sport, Physical Activity and Health. It works with young people aged 5-19, their schools, teachers and parents to develop engagement in sport, physical activity, leadership and volunteering. The Schools Sport Network is a collective of all schools in Waltham Forest. It is governed by the Waltham Forest Sports LOC (Local Organising Committee).

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Willow Tree School Sport Partnership
For the last 14 years, the Willow Tree School Sport Partnership has been supporting schools in Ealing with the delivery of high quality Physical Education and school sport. They are a not for profit educational organisation and firmly committed to providing young people with the very best education in physical literacy and schools with the best support to provide all young people with the opportunities further develop their potential. They work in partnership with Featherstone School Partnership and South Hillingdon School Sport Network.

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Midlands

Boldmere Teaching School Alliance
The Boldmere Teaching School Alliance is a partnership of over 20 schools across the North and Central areas of Birmingham. Their Alliance members are schools of varying context, which all share a common goal of continuous school improvement through collaboration. They will work together, with all of their partners, in order to provide the capacity to deliver powerfully across the Teaching Schools’ agenda.

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Future Active Enterprise Ltd
Future Active Enterprise Ltd
is a social enterprise that has been created through a partnership between Learning South Leicestershire School Sports Partnership, and Hinckley & Bosworth & Leicester City School Sport and Physical Activity Networks. As a social enterprise, all profits they make go back into the local development of PE, school sport and physical activity opportunities for young people.

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Inspire+
Inspire+
are a Grantham based Sport Charity, who serve Schools in South Kesteven and wider Lincolnshire. They aim to improve the lives for Young People through sport and healthy active lifestyles. Their main service is to Primary schools, for which they provide a comprehensive package including specialist sports coaching, teacher training, programmes for Gifted & Talented pupils and a mentoring programme to help those pupils who like sport but suffer with low confidence. Inspire+ aims to follow its sporting values of courage, determination and achieve in all its programmes to achieve its aim of working together for young people.

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Lincolnshire Sport
Lincolnshire Sport
 works with a variety of partners including National Governing Bodies of Sport, local authorities, schools, Lincolnshire County Council, sports clubs and participants, to manage and coordinate programmes and events which encourage people to keep active.

As one of 45 County Sports Partnerships across England, they are funded by Sport England delivering national policies at a local level. They aim to:

  • Provide for the local needs of our county
  • Unlock more support for sport
  • Drive the health of the nation

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NSports logoNorthamptonshire Sport
One of 45 County Sports Partnerships, Northamptonshire Sport is a partnership of local and national organisations working together to provide opportunities for people to participate in sport, physical activity and recreation in Northamptonshire.

“Northamptonshire Sport have been working in partnership with Create for over 5 years. With 58% of all Northamptonshire schools now using real PE or other Create programmes the partnership has helped to transform our relationship with schools and the support we provide locally. As a direct result of our partnership with Create Development we have more confident teachers and more children enjoying PE. real PE has given Key Stage 1 children an opportunity to take part in the School Games. As a result of the Family FUNS programme we have families engaging in active play. There are more teachers than ever before engaging in a single professional development programme and through Create Learning Schools we are starting to build a culture of schools supporting schools in PE and active play.”
Tony Stewart, Community Sports Development Officer (Coaching), Northamptonshire Sport

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North East Derbyshire School Sport Partnership
The North East Derbyshire School Sport Partnership is made up of 3 Secondary Schools and 33 Primary Schools from across North East Derbyshire. The Partnership provides sporting events, competitions and training to schools to enable children to reach their potential in Sport.

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South Solihull School Sport Partnership
We work in partnership with South Solihull School Sport Partnership to deliver real PE in the South Solihull area.

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North

Active Fusion
Active Fusion
offer schools a comprehensive servicactive-fusion-logo-on-whitee to teachers and pupils. From dawn till dusk the, dynamic and highly skilled, Active Fusion team can provide schools and communities with wrap-around PE provision. From CPD sessions and subject leader training to competitions and festivals and everything in between, ensuring that PE and Physical Activity is available to all and everyone has a chance to “Be the best they can be!”

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Active Schools Leeds
seeks to promote and develop, through collaboration and partnership, a sustainable system for PE, sport and physical activity that enriches the lives of all children and young people. They aim to capture important information in terms of PE, Sport and Physical activity that is relevant to Head Teachers, Subject Leaders, staff and governors in all schools, children’s centres and other learning settings across Leeds.

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Bolton Sports Alliance (BSA)
The Bolton Sports Alliance is an alliance consisting of Bolton Wanderers Community Trust, Bolton Lads and Girls Club, Bolton School and The Lancashire Outdoor Activities Initiative and aims to provide high quality sport and physical education opportunities for the community of Bolton using recognised local deliverers. This Alliance of Charitable Trusts draws upon the key partners from the local sports clubs and organisations that all aim to give the young people of Bolton the highest level of experience.

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Club Doncaster Foundation
Club Doncaster Foundation is a non-profit, self-funding registered charity that has achieved over 30 years of inspiring positive change, participation in sport/physical activity and education within the Doncaster Borough.

Encompassing Doncaster Rovers FC and Doncaster RLFC, Club Doncaster Foundation utilises the social reach of the professional sports clubs and community stadium to challenge lifelong habits, inspire positive change and motivate sustained participation in sport, physical activity, training and education.

The award winning team reach over 1745 participants a week with projects covering our four key areas of work – Health and Wellbeing, NCS, Schools and Participation and Education.

Club Doncaster Foundation is licensed to provide quality school based support for the real PE programme.

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Colin Crowther, The Brooksbank School
We work in partnership with Colin Crowther, The Brooksbank School to deliver real PE and real play in Calderdale.

Duncan Burgess, School Games Organiser Thirsk School
We work in partnership with Duncan Burgess, School Games Organiser Thirsk School to deliver real PE and real play in Thirsk.

Darlington Mowden Park
The Mowden Park Community Scheme is now into its 6th year having delivered programmes and initiatives to over 50,000 children and young people in 75+ schools, colleges and community groups across the North East.
Their mission is to be more than a rugby club, by utilising the passion and family ethos of the Mowden Park brand, to work to provide opportunities and build brighter futures for people in our communities.

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Edsential
Edsential‘s aim is to ensure every child leaves school physically literate, inspired and enthusiastic about participating in physical activity and with the knowledge, skills and motivation to equip them to feel good about themselves.

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Harrogate School Sports Partnership
The Harrogate School Sports Partnership is hosted by harrogate-ssp-logoHarrogate High School. Their vision is to create a sustainable PE, School Sport and Physical Activity system as part of the core provision for all children and young people. They have the mission to positively impact on the lives of every young person attending Partnership schools through the opportunities they provide.

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Leeds Rhinos Foundation
Leeds Rhinos FoundationLeeds Rhinos Foundation
is the official charity of Leeds Rhinos delivering projects in the heart of the community by harnessing the power of sport to make a lasting, positive impact on individuals’ lives. As Leeds Rhinos’ charity Leeds Rhinos Foundation has a unique opportunity to truly change lives through sport.

They deliver a range of projects under the five principles of Education, Health, Sport, Art and Heritage, Leeds Rhinos Foundation which uses sport as an engaging tool to allow staff to work with a whole range of individuals, delivering important lifestyle messages to inspiring others to make positive changes to their own lives.

The charity works alongside primary and secondary schools and community clubs in the city and engages with both children and adults from all over the community year round through, holiday sports and dance camps, rugby festivals, community days and health and education projects.

The Leeds Rhinos Foundation is licensed to provide quality school based support for the real PE programme.

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The LINKS School Sport Partnership located in Sheffield specialises in curriculum support, CPD for teachers, competition delivery and sport coaching across a variety of sports. LINKS School Sport Partnership is made up of families of schools based around several secondary schools across the city. They have School Sport Coordinators based within secondary schools which work with feeder primary schools, assisting to develop high quality PE and increased opportunities to take part in school sport and out of hours learning.

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Live Wire
Live Wire
‘s PE and School Sports team are committed to ensuring children lead a healthy and active lifestyle. Their expert team deliver a wide range of support services to schools to enable them to provide the young people of Warrington with the best PE and school sport experiences to ensure they are physically active throughout their lives.

“Working in partnership with Create Development enables us to go a long way towards achieving our goal of developing the child holistically to prepare them for active, healthy, happy and fulfilled lives. Over 75% of our schools have chosen to purchase real PE. Schools love the resources, the high quality trainingand the ongoing support that they receive. What we love about working in partnership with Create Development though, is not just that they produce fantastic, relevant and high quality resources and training but also how it is a true partnership where schools can feed back to us and be listened to andsuggestions taken on board. As a company, Create are not content to sit back and admire what they have achieved so far, but are continually pushing the boundaries to provide the very best learning experiences for every individual child – that is what is important.”
Jan Parker, PE and School Sport Manger, Livewire CIC Warrington

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Oldham School Sport Partnership
Oldham School Sport Partnership
is the home of school sport in Oldham. They provide support services to school and organise School Games Competitions and a comprehensive CPD package for schools.

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Team Activ
Team Activ
delivers unique experiences which have teamactive-logobeen proven to motivate, inspire and enable. Schools that work with Team Activ have been commended by Ofsted for providing excellent PE lessons. Their highly experienced, qualified team provide excellent sport competitions and physical activity programmes. Team Activ’s personalised programmes engage all abilities and ensure great progress for all. They work with more than 65 primary and secondary schools across Yorkshire.

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South

Ascot and Maidenhead School Sport Partnership
Ascot and Maidenhead School Sport Partnership
incorporates 36 schools in Maidenhead and Ascot plus a further education college (Berkshire College of Agriculture BCA), with Charters School as host, with 5 other secondary schools and all 30 primary schools in Maidenhead and Ascot. They are part of a national network of School Sport Partnerships focusing on provision of high quality PE and school sport for young people aged 5 to 19 years. They work with schools to support 2 hours delivery of high quality PE curriculum for all pupils plus 1 hour of out of hours sport or physical activity provision per week.

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Chantal Roe-Gammon, PDM Windsor Boys’ School
We work in partnership with Chantal Roe-Gammon, PDM Windsor Boys’ School to deliver real PE and real gym in Windsor.

Get Berkshire Active
Get Berkshire Active
is the County Sports Partnership for Berkshire promoting the benefits of sport and physical activity. They are a charity dedicated to delivering improved sporting and physical activity for all. They bring funding and expertise down from national sources to inspire, enhance, co-ordinate and deliver physical activity and sporting outcomes where they matter locally.

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Matt Gamble, PDM Bracknell
We work in partnership with Matt Gamble, PDM Bracknell to deliver real PE and real gym in Bracknell.

New Forest School Sport Partnership (NFSSP)
The New Forest School Sport Partnership is based at Testwood Sports College in Totton within the New Forest National Park and is made up of 78 schools. They provide a range of services for schools including training for school staff, coaching from expert coaches and a programme or exciting competitions, festivals and sports academies.

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Oxford City Council Sport and Physical Activity Team
Based within the boundaries of Oxford city, the Oxford City Council Sport and Physical Activity Team work with a diverse range of communities, schools and organisations to deliver high quality training, activity sessions, events and support in all aspects of sport and physical activity. Awarded Quest Excellence, the team are deemed to be high performing and driven to provide outstanding opportunities for everyone in the city and wider Oxfordshire area.

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Portsmouth School Sport Partnership
Portsmouth School Sport Partnership
is based at Priory School, part of Bohunt Education Trust in Southsea, and is made up of 65 schools. They provide a range of services for schools including training for school staff, coaching from expert coaches and a programme or exciting competitions, festivals and sports academies. Strong links are made with local sports clubs to provide a pathway from school based activity into the local community.

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Slough School Sport Network (SSSN) 
The Slough School Sport Network was established in 2011. Made up of a strong partnership of local infant, primary, junior, secondary and special schools, the SSSN serves to provide all young people with the opportunity to participate in high quality sport and physical activity opportunities in order to adopt a healthy habit for life.

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Southampton Solent University School Sport Partnership
The Southampton Solent University School Sport Partnership was formed in 2004 as part of the original School Sport Partnership Government Initiative. Twelve years on and it continues to thrive. A team of professionals is at the centre of the partnership, managing projects within Southampton schools and across Hampshire and providing a key link between local needs and national policies. Their objective is to ensure that all young people have the best possible experience of PE, school sport and physical activity, and feel inspired to develop an active and healthy lifestyle, giving them the tools to be successful in life.

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West Berkshire School Sport Network
Maxine Cooke and James Mandry head up the West Berkshire School Sport Network. These posts are partially funded by Sport England and also from affiliated Schools.  They have 72 Primary schools, 12 Secondary and 3 special schools who we work with. Their main aim is to create opportunities and encourage all young people to access a variety of activities and take part in PE, sport and physical activity. They aim to:

  • Use PE and sport to improve and raise standards in all areas of the curriculum, including against Ofsted criteria.
  • Develop high quality and appropriate competition structures in line with the National Competition Framework.
  • Provide training opportunities for teachers and adults supporting learning, ensuring we have confident teachers delivering sport and physical activity.
  • Provide opportunities for young people to engage in sports leadership and volunteering in sport.
  • Work with coaches to support the delivery of out of school hours clubs.

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South East

Active Surrey
Active Surrey
is the CSP for theactivesurrey county of Surrey. It is the strategic lead for sport and physical activity for the county and works with and through their partners to support the local infrastructure. Active Surrey is also responsible for delivering major youth sports events including the P&G Surrey Youth Games and direct work with clubs, volunteers, athletes, schools, facilities and businesses.

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Active Sussex
s main aim is to increase participation in sport and physical activity at a local level. Working with partners in the public, private and voluntary sectors, including National Governing Bodies of Sport, local authorities, leisure trusts, education and businesses, they push for sustained investment in sport at a local level.

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Buckingham School School Sports Partnership
The Buckingham School Sport Partnership is hosted by The Buckingham School and is a ‘family’ of 41 secondary and primary schools. The SSP provides a high quality sport and physical education experience for all young people in their family of schools and works very closely with Headteachers at their partner schools to ensure that they:

  • Support the schools in developing physical education and sport
  • Engage and involve more young people in community sport
  • Identify, deploy and develop appropriate young people as leaders, coaches and officials;
  • Support the identification and development of talented young performers
  • Work with the Curriculum Leader for PE to monitor and evaluate the impact of PE and school sport in raising whole school standards at The Buckingham School and in our partner schools.

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Isle of Sheppey School Sport Partnership
We work in partnership with Isle of School Sport Partnership to deliver real PE and real gym in the area.

South Bucks School Sport Partnership
The South Bucks School Sport Partnership is hosted by Alfriston School. As the lead inclusion school for Buckinghamshire, they aim to provide inclusive opportunities for all students. They have a number of partner schools, that they support with training and host a number of events  that encourage both participation and competition.

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South West

Action 1st Foundation
Action 1st Foundation
 are commitaction-1st-logoted to using the power of sport to support schools, families, young people and their local community to work together to enhance their potential, sense of achievement, quality of life, aspirations and engagement with each other. This could take the form of coaching, competition,events and project management, supporting networks or running training courses with PE Sport and physical activity at the heart.

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Active Devon
Active Devon
is the County Sports Partnership (CSP) foactive-devon-logor Devon, including Plymouth and Torbay, and one of a network of CSPs across England, and pursue a wide vision of everyone in Devon active for life. Their experienced team of staff supports the work of deliverers and their delivery partners; grows and services their network, and develops new opportunities.

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Active Dorset
Active Dorset’s
mission is to establish Dorset as a place active-dorset-logowhere people choose to enjoy an active lifestyle through participation in sport and physical activity. They are one of 45 County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) across England, committed to working together to increase participation in sport and physical activity. Active Dorset runs a wide range of programmes throughout the county which aim to increase participation and they help to support the work of clubs, coaches, volunteers, educators and facilities.

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Ashton Park School Sport Partnership
Ashton Park School Sport Partnership
is working hard to improve the provision, quality and variety of PE and School Sport opportunities available to pupils in South Bristol. Their aim is to get more pupils, more active, more often.

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Bath & North East Somerset School Sport Partnership
The Bath & North East Somerset School Sport Partnership was established in 2002 to implement the PE, School Sport & Club Links government strategy across the local authority. The Partnership has since established itself as a high quality service for schools and it has been consistently recognised at a national level for excellent delivery and providing valued, innovative sports programmes.

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Cheltenham and North Tewkesbury School Sport Network
Cheltenham & North Tewkesbury School Sport Network
is an organisation committed to improving the level of PE and School Sport in Primary, Secondary, and Special Schools within the area. Their objective is to create a sustainable and coherent infrastructure that nurtures the implementation of high quality provision within the network’s schools, having a positive impact on the lives of the young people within the network. The Network works within the School Games structure delivering high quality competitive sporting opportunities for pupils, as well as furthering leadership opportunities for young people, and offering expert support and training for primary schools.

Create programmes delivered in the area: real PE, real gym and real play. Cheltenham and North Tewksbury SSN is also licensed to provide quality, school based support for the real PE programme.

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Chippenham Partnership of Schools
We work in partnership with Chippenham Partnership of Schools to deliver real PE, real gym and real play in Chippenham.

Fortius PE
Fortius PE
works with schools to improve tfortius_logo_proofhe quality and range of sporting opportunities for young people and to enhance delivery of the PE curriculum. They offer bespoke CPD programmes, early years physical development, action plans and impact analysis, targeting for the disengaged and more.

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Okehampton Community Recreation Association (OCRA)
Okehampton Community Recreation Association is a charity that maintains and develops sporting opportunities and facilities for all in Okehampton and the large surrounding area. Their aim is to be ‘helping children, young people and adults be more active – more often. For a lifetime in sport and activity’.

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Personal Best Educational Solutions
Born in October 2011, Personal Best Educational Solutions exists to improve outcomes and achievements for Young People and develop, maintain and sustain a high quality Physical Activity, Physical Education and School Sport entitlement for young people in Herefordshire. They are a leading provider of Physical Education and School Sport in Herefordshire. They seek to maximise opportunities in teaching, leading, learning and competing.

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Somerset Activity and Sports Partnership (SASP)
Somerset Activity and Sports Partnership
is a charitable trust, part of a powerful network of 45 County Sports Partnerships across England. They work with a wide range of partners including national governing bodies (NGBs) of sport, local authorities, clubs, coaches, volunteers, workplaces, schools and colleges to create, develop and provide opportunities for people in Somerset to access sport and active recreation.

Create programmes delivered in the area: real PE, real gym and real play. SASP is also licensed to provide quality, school based support for the real PE programme.

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St Bede’s Catholic College Community Sport
The St Bede’s Catholic College Community Sport team provide sports coaching in a variety of settings in the local community. The team works in local primary schools delivering lunchtime and after school sessions as well as delivering high standard PE lessons. Working with local and national partners, the team deliver community outreach sessions engaging with local youngsters.

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Wiltshire and Swindon Sport (WASP)
Wiltshire and Swindon Sport
is focused on helping people and communities across the county create a sporting habit for life. They are one of 45 County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) covering England. They are a network of local agencies committed to working together to increase the number of people taking part in sport and physical activity. WASP develops policy and sport and physical activity programmes at a community level working with various stakeholders and in keeping with their vision of ‘Supporting Sport Locally’.

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Wesport
Wesport
 champions active lives in local communities by creating inspirational and innovative opportunities for more people to experience the benefits of sport and physical activity. They have also successfully delivered national programmes as part of the County Sports Partnership National Network on behalf of Sport England and other partners. They cover the four unitary authorities – Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire – that together constitute the West of England area.

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