PSSP Extra Curricular Clubs Programme

Sian Richardson

Extra Curricular Clubs Telephone: 01752 515385 Mobile: Email: psspadmin@sirjohnhunt.plymouth.sch.uk Website:

We have consulted with several Level 2 Coaches qualified in Golf, Tennis, Cricket, Hockey and Football and are in a position to offer Extra Curricular clubs in these sports as well as Multi Skills.

Our Extra Curricular Clubs Programme can be tailored to individual school requirements and all necessary equipment is provided. 

Coaches all have satisfactory DBS checks in place and are covered by their own insurance.

Schools are encouraged to use their PE and Sport Premium to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.  This means that they should use the premium to develop or add to the PE and sport activities that your school already offers. 

Clubs cost £30 per 1 hour session and are to be booked in an agreed number of weekly blocks.

If your school would be interested in setting up one of these fantastic programmes supported by the PSSP, please contact Sian Richardson; psspadmin@sirjohnhunt.plymouth.sch.uk

It would be useful if you could provide the following details with your enquiry;

Sports/activities?

Days/times?

Year group/approximate number?

Available spaces within your school?

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