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Please find below a list of news articles celebrating local sport and physical activity.  If you have a story you would like to share on our website, please contact Joy Rickard.

 

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Nature Valley Big Tennis Weekends

Nature Valley Big Tennis Weekends

It’s back and bigger than ever! The Nature Valley Big Tennis Weekend is heading to a venue near you, offering a FREE day for all the family to get on court. There are Mini Tennis sessions, family time, free play, Cardio Tennis and numerous other kinds of activities to get involved in. Rackets and balls will be provided, so whether you’ve never picked up a racket before or you're a seasoned regular – there something for everyone. …

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Beat the Street Comes to Salisbury and Amesbury!

Beat the Street Comes to Salisbury and Amesbury!

Beat the Street is a real-life walking, cycling and running game for a whole community, which takes place from Monday 20 May 2019 to Monday 1 July 2019. Beat the Street is being delivered by Intelligent Health and is funded by The National Lottery on behalf of Sport England, and Wiltshire Council.

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PE & Sport Premium to Continue for 2019-20

PE & Sport Premium to Continue for 2019-20

On 30 April 2019 the Department for Education (DfE) announced that the Primary PE and Sport Premium will continue at the doubled rate of £320 million for 2019-2020.  Further information regarding allocations and guidance will be made available by the DfE in due course.

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South West Disability Athletics Championships

South West Disability Athletics Championships

The South West Disability Athletics Championships is designed to be a fun way people can experience athletics in a main stadium, some for the first time!  The competition is targeted at athletes aged between 8 years to 19 years but any adults that would like to come and take part can also attend. Athletes will have an impairment which restricts their athletic performance or an intellectual disability.

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Ensure Your School is National Curriculum Compliant

Ensure Your School is National Curriculum Compliant

Teaching swimming and water safety during Key Stage 1 or 2 is a requirement of the national curriculum PE programme of study. There is no current teaching requirement in Key Stages 3, 4 or 5.

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