CAPH T2M Primary School Sport Award

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2018/19

For the fourth year, Cornwall Association of Primary Heads (CAPH) and the Cornwall Sports Partnership have teamed up to celebrate primary schools who are delivering excellent practice in PE and School Sport. 

We are seeking nominations from schools with examples of work that is driving forward one of the six ambitions of the Time 2 Move Framework:

Ambition 1 - Curriculum delivery
Ambition 2 - Physical activity, health & wellbeing
Ambition 3 - Diverse & inclusive
Ambition 4 - Competitions
Ambition 5 - Leadership, Coaching & Volunteering
Ambition 6 - Community Collaboration

We are particularly interested in how schools are utilising their PE & SS Premium funding to do this.

This year a winner for each of the six ambitions of the Time 2 Move Framework will be chosen by the panel and be used as a shortlist for the overall award. A video will be produced of each winning school which will be showcased at the PE and School Sport Conference. Cornish schools attending the event will be asked to vote for the overall 2019 T2M Primary School of the Year Award.

Basic Criteria

  1. The activity should contribute towards achieving one of the Time 2 Move ambitions
  2. The impact of the activity has been seen in the academic year 2018/19, but progress may have been taking place over a number of years
  3. The school must be an affiliated member of CAPH

Timeline
30th June 2019 Nominations close
July 2019 Category winners chosen by panel, schools informed and six schools will be filmed.
8th November 2019 Shortlisted finalists showcased and winner voted for at the PE/SS Conference
8th November 2019 Winner announced at PE/SS Conference

To enter a nomination, complete the application form below and return it to Rachel Knott at the Cornwall Sports Partnership - rachel.knott@cornwall.gov.uk
The 2017/18 winner was Camelford Primary School, view the video for their winning entry below. 
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T. 01726 212892 E. info@caph.org.uk