Hertford and Ware
School Sports Partnership
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HWSSP Programmes

In order to develop quality sports and PE opportunities across our partnership, both within school and beyond, Hertford and Ware School Sports Partnership works alongside many community partners at local and national level. Below is a list of programmes that we currently deliver, and the schemes we have developed ourselves to promote sport in our partnership

NEW! - Girls Football Programme - Click here to download details!


School Games

The School Games programme is at the heart of every School Sports Partnership and will give every primary, secondary, independent and special school, and every pupil from years 3-13, the opportunity to get involved. Over £128m of Lottery and Government funding is being invested to support School Games, and it involves over 30 sports. The scheme is committed to increasing opportunities for young people with disabilities to compete on a local, regional and national level and developing inclusive events. The School Games Mark rewards schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community via club links. 
More information about how HWSSP delivers School Games can be found on our School Games Page
Click here to download the updated (Sept 2018) SCHOOL GAMES PRINCIPLES


One of our biggest partners, Change4Life are passionate about motivating and supporting millions of people to make and sustain changes that will improve their health. Primary sports clubs have been created to increase physical activity levels in less active seven- to nine-year-olds, through multi-sport themes.
The clubs strive to create an exciting and inspirational environment for children to engage in school sport. Over time the clubs will ensure that they take part in lifelong sport and physical activity, reducing the risk of chronic disease in later life.
More information can be found at their website: www.nhs.uk/change4life

HWSSP's own programmes

Festivals and Level 2 Competitions

Some children are turned off by competitive sport -At the heart of the School Games is the understanding that competitive sport needs to be made accessible and enjoyable for all young people. By structuring competitive sport at a range of levels to suit the needs of their children, schools should be able to ensure that young people are able to take part in meaningful competitive sport at a level that is right for them. The School Games also presents some excellent opportunities for young people to become sports reporters, leaders, officials and volunteers.
Examples of HWSSP Festivals: Infant Agility. Sportshall.Every1in Event. Multi skills festivals. World Wide Wodson Games.

Sports Ambassadors

Schools nominate 2 or 3 Leaders who become and represent the schools as Sports and Health Ambassadors at events and run a programme within the schools.

Gifted and Talented Programme

Sessions dedicated to the provision of High Quality coaching and nutritional information for our Highly able and talented students.

Staff Clinics and CPD

Over the year clinics range from Sport specific for example: Basketball, Dance, Gymnastics, Hockey and Sportshall. To new activities such as Archery, Fencing and T ball Cricket to the old favorites Speedstacking, Tri golf and Tag rugby.

Play Leaders and Sports Leaders

Both Primary and Secondary Leadership opportunities. Training with school Year 5 and Year 6 children to provide leaders for playtimes and lunchtimes.

Secondary Leadership Programme

NGB led programmes : Saracens Rugby and Tennis. With possibilities for Netball and Hockey Leaders to follow.