There has been a lot of positive feedback
after the LPESSN Ice skating days! Even
thought it was a cold couple of days the
pupils were able to learn news skills and
Our winter KS1 Multiskills was a success and the pupils had loads of fun.
It was fully booked just after a day of the events being posted.
We tried a different format this year and we had great feedback from the schools.
The pupils enjoyed a one and half hour session with a wide variety of games and activities,
all involving the development of skills and attributes that can be applied to a range of
sports and physical activities that a child may subsequently choose to participate in.
As a Network Team we are here to support all schools to become the best they can be in terms of Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity so this year we are launching the PE & School Sport Forum which will take place on 23rd February 2018.
This one-day event will bring together schools and partners in one central venue to share best practice across a whole range of topic areas and the theme for this year is
Southwark Kids Can!
Mark Your Calendars! We would love it if you could join us.
We were delighted to have up skilled 57 new young leaders at our conference
this term. Congratulations to all schools that attended and brought their
students along to the training. We were impressed by the level of enthusiasm
and interest from all the pupils. The Network are really excited to see the
work that these new young leaders will now be doing back at their schools
and looking forward to seeing them helping out at our competitions!
Well done all what a fantastic day!
In February next year two London councils will be awarded the title of London Borough of Culture; one for 2019 and the other for 2020.
Each winning borough will receive more than £1 million from the Mayor of London and will run a huge and exciting programme of cultural events, that will feature the talents of both global superstars and local people within its year.
Organisations and individuals such as Sir Mark Rylance, Jenny Éclair, Frances Morris, Copeland Park, Central School of Ballet, London Bubble, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Unicorn Theatre, and much more are all putting their name to the bid, developing ideas with us and asking others to pledge their support.
Our bid will build unexpected allegiances to create radical ideas that connect people no matter who you are or what your experience is. We hope you will be part of this amazing opportunity to shine a spotlight on the talent and flair of our residents.
We are calling on you, the people of Southwark, to join us as pioneers in our bid to become London Borough of Culture.
Amazing year 5/6 sports hall athletics competition today CoLA_Southwark!
Well done to everyone who took part!