Together, with the sixty schools in Chelmsford, we continue to promote and develop Physical Education and sport for all young people. We plan competitions, festivals, teachers courses and leadership opportunities for students within the Colleges, Secondary and Primary schools in Chelmsford.
Looking back at our 2017-18 academic year, having delivered one hundred and seventy eight competitions,thirty training courses for teachers and seen over fourteen thousand children take part in PE and sport, we are proud of our achievements. We continue to be driven in our ambition of sporting opportunities for all and promoting the Olympic legacy values of team work, determination, respect and passion in all we do.
We continue each year to build upon the work we have done so far and to increase competition and sporting opportunities for the young people of Chelmsford. Great Baddow High School is the hub site for the development work in the Chelmsford School Sport Partnership and Chris Huartson and myself oversee and manage the programme. We develop links with National Governing bodies and clubs, work in partnership with any organisation concerned with developing young people’s interest and participation in sport and drive through government targets for Primary and Secondary schools.
All Schools follow the School Games programme, a competition framework that includes: Intra School level one, Inter School level two, County level three and National competition level four. The pictures below capture a small part of the work we do in developing gifted and talented students, training teachers, coaches and staff, developing leadership of students, supporting Change 4 Life Clubs by encouraging the less active to do physical activity, developing disability sport and delivering a whole host of competitions for all. Our Secondary and primary school students and staff play an integral and valuable part in this sporting partnership and we thank them all for their continued support.
School Games Organiser
Sport and physical activity can have such a positive effect on all involved. Our ethos for all our events , is to have High Quality Competition and Festivals, played respectfully and fairly. We strive to develop a culture of positive reinforcement for our leaders, competitors, officials, teachers and spectators. All schools in Chelmsford have committed to promoting our pledge, we hope you agree with it’s message?