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Championing Active Schools

Using PE, school sport and physical activity (PESSPA) as a tool to improve pupil wellbeing

Active Surrey provide PESSPA services and opportunities for all KS1-5 maintained, academy and special schools. Our aim is to help teachers boost the physical, emotional and social skils of those in their care.

We work closely with local partners (Surrey County Council and Surrey Outdoor Learning Development (SOLD)) and national partners (Association for Physical Education (afPE), Youth Sport Trust, Sport England, UK Coaching) to provide a network of support, advice, training and resources.

Active Schools Wheel showing solutions and services offered by the Active Schools team.

How we can help

We support schools in developing their physical activity provision through staff development and knowledge sharing as well as by directly offering programmes for your pupils.

Our 'Schools Wheel' summarises our key services, including our Membership offer which gives schools further events support and discounts off staff traning. You can get further information on specific topics by clicking on the relevant page links below.

PALSS

SEND / Inclusive support

Young Leaders Training

Surrey School Games

Training & PE Consultancy

Active School Membership

Accreditation Schemes

Primary PE & Sport Premium Funding

Who’s who at Active Surrey?

Contact the Active Schools Team for young leaders training, school games, accreditations and PALSS:

Active Schools Lead & Officer

Training for teachers, staff and coaches working in schools:

Laura White - Workforce Lead
laura.white@surreycc.gov.uk / 07973 975494

Primary PE & Sports Premium Funding & Active School Membership:
Wendy Newton – Head of Children & Young People
wendy.newton@surreycc.gov.uk  / 07972 211989

Active Schools Privacy Policy (June 2020)

130


schools have pledged to PALSS

36%


of schools (KS1-4) achieving PE, school sport and physical activity (PESSPA) accreditations

400


teachers attending training courses

185


schools engaged in Surrey School Games