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Physical Education & Sport

  • Andrew Willis - Swimming

    BRONZE

  • Beth Woodward - Athletics

    SILVER

  • Chris Mears - Diving

    GOLD

  • Alex Danson - Hockey

    SILVER

  • Isobel Pooley - High Jump

    SILVER

  • Kelly Simm - Gymnastics

    GOLD

  • Nick Robinson-Baker - Diving

    BRONZE

In partnership with schools and colleges Hampshire County Council's Outdoor Education, PE & DofE Service seeks to provide young people with enjoyable high quality learning opportunities. In a joint strategy written with schools the Hampshire strategy for the delivery of high quality PE and school sport 2013-2016 sets out how this will be achieved.

Hampshire County Council provides a range of support, advice and guidance, this includes advice on safe practice, financial support and CPD opportunities.

Roy Gittens


Programme Manager (PE and School Sport)
01962 876391 / 07718 146496
roy.gittens@hants.gov.uk

Useful links


Olympic legacy logo  School Games logo & link   afPE logo & link   be inspired 4 life

HSSF logo & link   official commonwealth games site   Sochi 2014 logo  rugby world cup logo 2015

 

News

25th Annual Schools' Sports Awards Evening

MAH winners

The annual celebration of sporting success took part on Thursday 6 November 2014 Find out more about the event.

Everybody Active, Every Day!

children with football

Public Health England (PHE) have recently published, ‘Everybody active, every day’, a framework for national and local action to address the national physical inactivity epidemic, responsible for 1 in 6 deaths and costing the country an estimated £7.4 billion a year.

To facilitate cross-sector collaboration, PHE has co-produced the framework with over 1,000 national and local leaders in physical activity and is calling for action from providers and commissioners in: health, social care, transportation, planning, education, sport and leisure, culture, the voluntary and community sector, as well as public and private employers.

View the report  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 1MB

Champions League Success for Hampshire Footballer!

Dom Solanke

Dom Solanke, 17,  former pupil at Brighton Hill School, Basingstoke made his senior Chelsea Debut last night at Stamford Bridge when he came on as substitute during the Champions league game against Maribor.

Primary PE Premium making a difference ...

children running with batons

Read the results of the government survey  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 279kB

Good practice to maximise effective use of the funding  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 355kB

British Heart Foundation Information  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 2MB


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