Our work covers the whole of Newcastle upon Tyne engaging with and delivering a variety of programmes and services to all First, Primary, Middle and High Schools.  We provide high quality PE and sporting opportunities to children and young people in order to raise participation that will ultimately encourage and motivate them to lead Healthy Active Lifestyles.
One of main our aims is to that ensure is PE is fun, engaging and progressive through a wide variety of sporting opportunities both within the curriculum and within extra-curricular activities.
We work with a range of partners and multi-agencies including Youth Sport Trust, Public Health England, Active Newcastle, Tyne & Wear Sport, National Governing bodies and School Sport Associations to ensure that there is a strategic and coordinated approach to Physical Activity and School Sport at a local, regional and national level.
We offer opportunities through our Healthy Active Lifestyle events which are available for any child. We are also proud to be hosts of the National School Games Programme.  The School Games, which is funded by Sport England,  Department of Health, DCMS and delivered by the Youth Sport Trust, is a government led programme designed to deliver competitive school sport to all young people.  For further information visit our School Games Page.
In addition to hosting the Schools Games Programme, which is a free offer, we offer a range of services to Schools that include:
  • PE Planning and Support
  • PE Curriculum Development
  • CPD Opportunities
  • PE Assessments
  • Targeted Intervention Work
  • Fitness Testing
  • Healthy Active Lifestyles
  • Competition
  • PE Support and Coaching
  • Afterschool Provision
  • Holiday Provision (Multi Sports & Activities)
Our Programmes
We work with key partners across the city to deliver a comprehensive offer that is available to all children and young people in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Our Service Vision

A measurable and sustained improvement in school PE and sport, underpinned by high-quality teaching that increases participation levels in physical activity and leads to healthier pupils who are more engaged across the whole curriculum.

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