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Physical Education & Sport

  • Andrew Willis - Swimming


  • Beth Woodward - Athletics


  • Chris Mears - Diving


  • Alex Danson - Hockey


  • Isobel Pooley - High Jump


  • Kelly Simm - Gymnastics


  • Nick Robinson-Baker - Diving


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

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



Hampshire Athletes Success at Glasgow Commonwealth Games

andrew willis receiving medal

Hampshire athletes had a very successful Commonwealth Games. To find out more see below:

Dynamic Movement skills [DMS]

Looking to deliver the ‘new’ national curriculum at KS 1 & 2 or just improve teaching in PE in general? DMS is a cutting edge movement methodology for children and adults that helps develop, refine and improve gross motor skills, coordination, agility and quickness. It has been used and trialled extensively with thousands of individuals and has been integrated in to a number of professional football clubs, schools, sports and medical organisations across the UK & Europe. Read more  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 159kB

ESAA Championships Birmingham 2014

young people competing in ESAA championship

Hampshire Results  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 350kB

Going the Extra Mile - Excellence in School Sport

children running with batons

Read the full OFSTED report here  Download Adobe Reader to view this PDF 1MB

British Heart Foundation Information