September 2009

  • Best Foot Forward

    Released: 29th September 2009

    The Sir John Hunt Sports partnership are always looking for ways to recruit and maintain levels of high quality coaches able to deliver a variety of sports in our out of school hour clubs.

  • Onboard all aboard Plymouth 2009

    Released: 29th September 2009

    Today 3 schools took part in a sailing regatta at Mount Batten; the event was called 'Onboard all aboard Plymouth 2009' Students from Woodlands school, Longcause and Mount Tamar took to the…

  • Mountain Biking Level 2 Course

    Released: 24th September 2009

    The purpose of the ‘Mountain-bike Instructors’ Award Scheme, MIAS, is to promote safe enjoyment of all aspects of mountain biking both on and off the road.

  • 5 Hours a Way Forward

    Released: 23rd September 2009

    Thirty Eight Primary PE Coordinators came together on the 16th September at the Devonshire Health and Rackets Centre to decide on the partnership priorities for this year.

  • We have designed a new Website

    Released: 26th August 2009

    Sir John Hunt SSP have been working hard on producing a new interactive website.  We will be testing the new site over the coming months and will gradually be phasing out the time consuming…

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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