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School Sport Partnerships

Under the new PESSYP strategy, School Sport Partnerships will remain the key driver for young people’s high quality sports opportunities within and beyond the curriculum. SSPs will retain a responsibility for increasing participation opportunities, supporting the development and delivery of high quality physical education and school sport, but will also become much more outward looking, to ensure that appropriate pathways exist, or are being developed, for young people to access high quality sporting opportunities beyond the school gates.

This will need to be done alongside many community partners, including local authority services, county sports partnerships, voluntary agencies and national governing bodies.  

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South Norfolk Sportshal Athletics competiton

The South Norfolk School Sports Partnership Sportshall Athletics competitions took place on Wednesday 30th January as teams from the Framingham Earl, Wymondham, Diss, Old Buckenham, Loddon, Long Stratton and Archbishop Sancroft clusters competed…

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South Norfolk Yr 4-6 Swimming Gala

Schools throughout South Norfolk competed for their cluster in the annual South Norfolk Swimming Gala on Thursday 24th January at UEA Sportspark.

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