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At Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport (LRS) we are committed to supporting our local schools to increase the number of children and young people participating in high quality PE, sport and physical activity.

We work together with School Sport & Physical Activity Networks (SSPANs), Schools, Local Authorities and other key partners to help co-ordinate and deliver sport for young people, providing opportunities such as – leadership and volunteering, inclusive sport, competition through the School Games and Team Leicestershire, school to school and school to community links.



Daily Boost

The Daily Boost aims to encourage children and young people to do 15 minutes of organised activity at school every day. This could be before school, at lunchtime, after school or during the school day in an 'active lesson'.

Children and young people could walk, run, skip, hop or jump around a set lap or loop at school. Or simply do their favourite sport or activity that gets them active – dancing, cycling, scooting, anything!

The Daily Boost is here to help! It's so easy to get involved, and it's FREE!

Visit the website for more information and speak to your teacher about how to get involved!



Delivering a high quality physical education, school sport and physical activity offer across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland

We have a vision for every young person across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland to receive a consistent and sustainable high quality Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity offer, for the benefit of their health and wellbeing.

We feel we can collectively achieve this by all schools committing to a series of pledges.

This advocacy document highlights some of the fantastic best practice currently taking place in our schools, through a series of local case studies. All schools within this document are happy to be contacted by colleagues to discuss their best practice in more detail or even arrange visits to their schools.

The Leicestershire and Leicester City PE & School Sport Champion Groups have looked across Leicestershire, Leicester City and Rutland to find some of the excellent work in physical activity that is helping young people to thrive in our secondary schools.

We know that high quality physical education and sport makes a contribution to the well-being of young people far beyond the curriculum and this booklet details six case studies from the following Schools that demonstrate this:

Castle Rock High School
King VII Science & Sport College
Rawlins Academy
Robert Smyth Academy
Rushey Mead Academy
Uppingham Community College


Training Opportunities

Do you need support and training to ensure that you are offering high quality PE and school sport opportunities?

Click on the links and attachments below to view the latest professional development events and courses, from us, Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport, the School Sport & Physical Activity Networks (SSPANs), LRS Workforce Education and external providers.

Level 5 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education Specialism Course
2017/18 Professional Learning Centre of the Year!

We have been awarded the 'Level 5/6 Centre of the Year Award' from Sports Leaders UK & the Association for Physical Education for 2017/18!

We are delighted to be able to offer primary schools an exciting course to support the development of Physical Education and School Sport.

This nationally recognised qualification aims to upskill primary school teachers, future teachers and school support staff to improve the overall delivery of the Physical Education curriculum. On successful completion of this qualification, dele-gates will be able to assist in raising the standards within primary school physical education teaching.

Now Open for Applications - 2018/19


School Sport, Health & Wellbeing Apprenticeships

In conjunction with Loughborough College, the programme has seen outstanding success rates and has had a lasting impact on the participating primary, secondary and special schools, many of whom have gone on to employ their apprentices.

Apprentices employed are post 16 years of age and receive outstanding training and development from Loughborough College in order to effectively carry out their role.

For 2016/17, 21 School Sport Apprentices have been recruited and will be based in a Primary School 4-days a week developing and delivering sport and physical activity opportunities.

Andrew Pridmore (Head Teacher, Elizabeth Woodville Primary School) said:

"Andy (apprentice) has been a tremendous asset to both schools this year. He has shown excellent organisational skills to develop a range of extra-curricular opportunities. We have found our involvement in the scheme to be of great benefit this year and would welcome being involved again in the future. The fact that Andy was school based for the vast majority of the time meant that we could effectively plan opportunities and arrange activities, which was of benefit to all pupils."

Apply for an Apprenticeship

Loughborough College work in partnership with a variety of Schools across Leicestershire to deliver our School Sports Apprenticeship Scheme. Apply now to be considered for one of these great positions that will be starting in July 2018.

As a School Sport Apprentice, you will need to be able to plan and deliver coaching sessions. You will also need to inspire, motivate and enthuse your students. Below are the main roles you will be expected to carry out during your apprenticeship.

This is a fantastic opportunity to be a School Sport Apprentice. This position is for enthusiastic and energetic individuals looking to enter a career in sports coaching and/or teaching. All School Sport Apprentices will study towards the Level 3 Diploma in Supporting the Delivery of PE and School Sport. For the first 6 weeks of the summer you will need to be able to attend a training course at Loughborough College.


Additional Links

For more information please contact:

Geoff Maltby

Geoff Maltby

Sports Development Manager

Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport

  • Active Schools (Whole School Approach)
  • Head Teacher / Heads of PE Engagement
  • Primary PE and Sport Premium Advisor
  • School Sport & Physical Activity Network (SSPAN) Development
  • Strategic Management & Business Planning
Telephone
01509 564862

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Partners

  • Leicestershire County Council
    Oadby & Wigston Borough Council
    Harborough District Council
    Rutland County Council
    Charnwood Borough Council
  • Loughborough University
    Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council
    Age UK L&R
    Safeguarding
    North West Leicestershire District Council
  • QUEST
    Sport England
    County Sport Network
    Melton Borough Council
    Blaby District Council
  • Leicester City Council
    East Midlands Platform
    British Heart Foundation
    Equality Standard

Partners

  • Loughborough University
    Leicestershire County Council
  • British Heart Foundation
    Safeguarding
  • Leicester City Council
    County Sport Network
  • Rutland County Council
    Blaby District Council
  • Harborough District Council
    QUEST
  • Sport England
    Charnwood Borough Council
  • Oadby & Wigston Borough Council
    Equality Standard
  • Age UK L&R
    North West Leicestershire District Council
  • Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council
    East Midlands Platform
  • Melton Borough Council