Job Vacancy: Marketing & Communications Officer for Cricket
With both Gloucestershire and Wiltshire having recently undertaken robust consultation processes to support strategies for 2020-2024, it was identified that the work in both counties would benefit greatly from dedicated marketing and communications support to raise the profile of, and to promote the work that will be done during that strategic period. With many of the work programmes being similar if not the same across the two counties, this vacancy is for a full time position for somebody with a passion for increasing participation and involvement within cricket, through outstanding marketing and communications.
Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium 2019
It is important that your Primary Sport Premium grant is used effectively and based on school need. The Education Inspection Framework (Ofsted 2019 p64) makes clear there will be a focus on ‘whether leaders and those responsible for governors all understand their respective roles and perform these in a way that enhances the effectiveness of the school’. Under the Quality of Education criteria (p41) inspectors consider the extent to which schools can articulate their curriculum (INTENT), construct their curriculum (IMPLEMENTATION) and demonstrate the outcomes which result (IMPACT).
WASP sign-up to #MakeSomeoneWelcome
This Campaign aims to get people from all walks of life connected in our community. We here at WASP have made a pledge to create a kind environment which provides a supportive and welcoming place for those with a mental illness or a disability.
School Games Panathlon 2019-20
On Wednesday 13 November, the first event of the 2019/2020 School Games was held at Marlborough College... the Panathlon!
3 Schools attended and competed in a range of fun challenges including Boccia, long jump, curling and skittles. All activities were inclusive and adapted so all abilities could participate. For example, the use of ramps in activities such as curling and skittles meant that competitors in wheelchairs were able to compete. Tristan from St Nicholas school said his favorite game was the ‘Harlem Hoops’, where he was challenged to score a goal from a range of distances.
Each activity was run by leaders from Marlborough College, who regularly volunteer at Brimble Hill School. They were great motivators and arrived early at the event to assist in setting up and to learn the rules of the activities they were responsible for running.
Job Vacancy: Gymnastics Delivery Coordinator
British Gymnastics are currently seeking a Leisure Centre Gymnastics Delivery Coordinator. The overall purpose of this role is to create relationships with Leisure Centre Gymnastics providers at site level and in line with the Participation Department Strategy. The role involves the holder creating site level action plans focusing on creating new opportunities, increasing participation and improving the quality of gymnastics delivery and driving the implementation of these plans, to increase the participation opportunities in Leisure Centres.