We provide a proven school sport programme to cover teachers’ 10% PPA non-contact time and we can also offer highly-skilled coaches to deliver curriculum P.E.
The comprehensive programme assigns qualified coaches to schools to deliver multi skills-based sessions for Key Stage 1 with a greater focus on activity specific lessons at Key Stage 2.
Coaches follow our P.E coaching manual which includes comprehensive lesson plans covering all aspects of National Curriculum P.E.
To discuss the Trust’s curriculum schools offer in more detail, please contact our Schools Development Officer, Olivia Mari – [email protected] | 07483 006 844.
QPR in the Community Trust are able to help your school extend its sports provision by offering a variety of extra-curricular activities to suit the needs of your school and pupils.
Early morning multi-sports sessions delivered before the start of the school day. We can include a healthy breakfast as part of the service.
Our lunchtime clubs provide an ideal opportunity for children to develop skills, engage in physical activity and broaden their experiences whilst making friends and, most importantly, having fun.
A wide range of sports can be delivered throughout the academic year. Sessions focus on skill development, application, and participation.
To discuss the Trust’s extra-curricular schools offer in more detail, please contact our Schools Development Officer, Olivia Mari – [email protected] | 07483 006 844.
We offer the chance for schools to take part in a variety of exciting competitions and tournaments. We aim to offer a programme of tournaments that span a variety of sports across KS1 and KS2. Where possible we also try to link in our tournament schedule with local sports partnerships.
During 2016/17 we had 1,000+ pupils take part in our tournaments.
To find out more, please contact Tom Charles, Primary Stars Coordinator, [email protected] | 07483 006 992