For a full list of the areas Partnership development Managers (PDM’s) and School Sport Co-ordinators (SSCO’s) please view the document below. Otherwise here is more information on all five of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s School Sports Partnerships (SSP’s)
For all information on school sport in Cambridge from profiles on the different sport school families and their coaches, to details on school competitions and registered clubs that link to the partnership visit www.cambridgessp.com.
The Hunts School Sports Partnership is made up of 68 schools in the West of Cambridgeshire. The Partnership Development Manager (PDM) Sue Ager has responsibility for managing the Partnership.
The Partnership has a member of the PE department, a School Sport Coordinator (SSCO), from each of the partner secondary schools released for two days a week to work with their family of primary schools.
These schools consist of the feeder primary schools to each secondary school. Within each primary school there is a teacher who has responsibility for PE and undertakes the role of the Primary Link Teacher. They liaise between their school and the Partnership to access opportunities for their school. Visit www.huntsssp.org.
For more information please use the website below which has information on the schools and sports involved, as well as useful contact information on staff in the partnership an up-to-date news from the sporting calendar at www.peterboroughssp.co.uk.
South Cambs SSP
September 2003 saw the launch of the South Cambridgeshire School Sports Partnership, which is based at Comberton Village College. The Partnership Development Manager (PDM), Claire McDonnell, oversees the work of the partnership. The Partnership consists of seven secondary schools, one middle school and the Granta Special School, each with a School Sports Co-ordinator, and 47 primary schools.
The SSCo Partnership recognises that it is in primary school where most children develop their basic skills and enthusiasm for sport. Specific funding is allocated through the programme for supply cover to enable an experienced primary teacher from each of the primary phase schools to be released from their timetable for up to 12 days per year. This time can be taken as a whole day, half-day or in blocks of time as seen appropriate. Primary Link Teacher (PLT) time is used for training (and dissemination of training outcomes to other primary colleagues) and co-ordination or joint planning of key programme areas with SSCos and other PLTs.
The on-going professional development of primary school teachers is crucial to the success of this programme and the PLTs are at the centre of this development. PLTs access training opportunities provided by the Partnership. Visit the Partnership's website at www.scssp.co.uk.
Partnership information on schools in East Cambridgeshire and Fenland areas from sport news to details on the members of the partnership including local coaches, in addition to details on job opportunities, courses, events and clubs linked with the Witchford associated schools at www.witchfordssp.co.uk.
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