Sportsmanship award

Sport often focusses on winning and losing but school sport can also play a vital role in developing positive sportsmanlike qualities in young people which can also benefit them outside of sport. Examples of these qualities include;

  1. Having a positive attitude
  2. Showing determination
  3. Working well in a team
  4. Being a good role model
  5. Showing respect to teammates/opposition/officials
  6. Winning with pride and/or losing with grace


In order to recognise pupils that show these qualities we have introduced an SSP Sportsmanship Award.

At all SSP competitions and festivals we invite school staff and volunteers to nominate pupils that they feel have shown sportsmanlike qualities at the event.

Pupils that are nominated for an award are then presented with a certificate at the end of the event and their achievements are celebrated in front of all of the other pupils that have participated in the event.


Would you like to receive our newsletter? Add your email address to our subscribers list for future issues.


Upcoming Events

FEHS Cluster Year 3, 4, 5 & 6 Cross Country

Date: 1st October 2018
Time: 13:00 PM - 15:30 PM

Diss Cluster KS1 Multi Skills

Date: 2nd October 2018
Time: 09:30 AM - 14:45 PM

SNSSP Year 3-4 Girls Football

Date: 11th October 2018
Time: 09:30 AM - 14:30 PM

Latest News

ASHS Cluster KS1 Sports Festival 2018

On Thursday 12th July over 120 children from year 1and 2 took part in the Harleston Cluster annual sports festival. The afternoon consisted of a carousel of 10 challenging activities which focussed on agility, balance and coordination.

Read article

Diss Cluster KS1 Sports Day

On Thursday 5th July over 150 Key Stage 1 children from All Saints, Garboldisham, Roydon and St Andrews enjoyed an afternoon of exciting activities at Diss High School.

Read article

Designed by Sport Connect

Version 4.1.4 /