Congratulations to all 19 schools who took part in the inaugural virtual London Youth Games competition! This event ran for 4 weeks and offered a choice of 3 challenges per week, which were devised by young people from different London boroughs; tasks varied from specific sports skills, to endurance activities and dance. Some challenges asked
SUTTON SCHOOLS ACTIVITY CHALLENGE We would love to see how active your pupils are during this lock down period. We are asking schools to send in results for a period of 6 weeks of your choosing, between now and the end of July. Certificates will be awarded to the most regularly active pupils and there
Please see a list below of providers who can help inspire our young people to stay active at home. imoves Sign up. imoves wants to help keep primary aged children as active as possible by offering free access to their imovement platform. Some of their best resources including videos, music and lesson plans are now available free to help
Hello, We hope that you had a good Easter break. We are now faced with more challenging weeks ahead, where it will be vital for children to stay fit and healthy in order for them to be in the correct frame of mind for home schooling, maintain good mental health and to avoid their lives becoming even more sedentary. The Sutton SSP is here to
It continues to be a busy year of pathway competitions through to London Youth Games stages & Surrey cricket county finals. Congratulations to the following schools who have won the borough stage of these sports and have progressed to a level 3 stage. Y7 & Y8 Male Sports Hall Athletics – Sutton Grammar Y7
A hectic 2018/19 schedule has continued into the Spring term with an array of pathway competitions & festivals. Congratulations to the winning schools below who will go forward to represent Sutton at the LYG Spring Finals Y5/6 Sports Hall Athletics- St Elphege’s RC Junior School Y5/6 Quicksticks competition – Cheam Common Junior Academy Y5/6 Girls
Well, what a fabulous and busy term we have all had! So many great competitions and so many schools entering. We have also had lots of festivals and The ‘I Can’ inclusive games and ‘ Mover and Shakers’. We have run a course for NQT’s which continue in 2019. In schools we have be busy
Sutton Schools celebrated their achievements in Physical Education, Physical Activity, Health and Sport at their inaugural presentation evening last night at Hackbridge Primary School.