PSSP Inclusion Programme & Opportunities

The Plymouth School Sports Partnership (PSSP) Inclusion Programme is comprised of bespoke opportunities for individual schools and a programme of competition in various sports.

We are also one of founding members of Inclusive Sport Plymouth which is a new body aiming to bridge the gap between clubs and participants and signpost young people in order that they may continue being active and enjoying sport.

Bespoke sessions for schools

Through membership to the PSSP, schools are able to request bespoke sessions in their schools to address the individual needs of their students and can also be used as CPD for staff.

These are normally run with small groups of low ability children or children with SEND and we can focus on activities such as Boccia, New Age Kurling or Goalball. If you have another activity in mind, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.

To book a bespoke session or to find out more about our Inclusion Programme, please contact our Inclusion Co-Ordinator, Claire Crowther.

Contact

Claire Cormack

Claire Cormack
PE Specialist Teacher for Tor Bridge, Responsible for Partnership Mainstream SEN

Telephone:
Mobile: 07932 460256
Email: cormackcpssp@gmail.com

Upcoming Events

PSSP Bikeability Conference 2018

Date: 7th September 2018
Time: 08:30 AM - 16:30 PM

Primary PE Conference 2018

Date: 12th September 2018
Time: 08:30 AM - 16:30 PM

Option 1 – Active Literacy

Date: 12th September 2018
Time: 08:30 AM - 16:30 PM

Latest News

Primary Inclusive Archery 12.07.2018

It’s a busy time of the year at the moment with lots of exciting sports events taking place in schools.  Today was going to be an inclusive Level 2 Archery event for primary age children in mainstream and special schools but in the end it…

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Primary Inclusive Boccia 10.07.2018

Today was our last Primary Inclusive Boccia festival for this academic year. What an amazing year it has been! We have had more schools than ever before engaging with the Inclusion programme and more children playing Boccia than ever before.

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