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Active Numeracy & Literacy – Support progress and attainment across the whole school

We are pleased to bring our new ACTIVE NUMERACY & ACTIVE LITERACY programme to primary schools. The active programme supports progress and attainment across the whole school, and raises aspirations to narrow the learning gap. Developed by teachers and First Step PE, the new programme takes an active approach to learning the fundamentals while enriching […]

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Primary PE & School Sport Conference

Physical Education: Whole School Improvement Strategy Hosted by Brian Stillings - Primary Improvement Adviser   As part of our support for primary schools around the School Sport Premium we are holding a conference to provide primary schools SLT, PE coordinators and bursars in Hull, East Riding and North Lincolnshire information and subject knowledge around the PE and Schools […]

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Get Ready for a Spook-Tacular Holiday Camp!

Kids Takeover are pleased to announce that our camp line up for this October is now complete! This half term we’ll be conjuring up fun and excitement in Hull, Beverley & Kirk Ella from Monday 30th to Friday 3rd October at the following locations;             The Academy, St Marys College, Hull             […]

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Free Adult Cycle Training in Hull (Rusty Riders)

Do you want to get out on the road cycling this year? Maybe you want to commute to work by bike, enjoy a bike ride with the family or are just looking to be a bit more active, then our FREE adult cycle training Rusty Riders is for you! Inspired by Bikeability Cycle Training for children, our […]

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Primary PE & School Sport Conference

Physical Education: Whole School Improvement Strategy Hosted by Brian Stillings - Primary Improvement Adviser   As part of our support for primary schools around the School Sport Premium we are holding a conference to provide primary schools SLT, PE coordinators and bursars in Hull, East Riding and North Lincolnshire information and subject knowledge around the PE and Schools […]

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Out-of-school activities improve academic performance

Looking for ways to improve pupils academic performance while also offering vital social and emotional development time? Recent research released by the Nuffield Foundation in conjunction with NatCen Social Research Institute, Newcastle University and ASK Research may well be the answer you’re looking for. The study set out to access how the impact that participation in […]

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DfE Outline Formula for Allocating the Doubled Primary PE & Sport Premium

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced some changes to the Primary PE & Sport Premium pages on the Gov.uk website to reflect recent ministerial decisions on the allocation formula for the doubled Primary PE & Sport Premium. The high level changes are that from September 2017: Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £1000 per pupil; […]

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Summer Fun Activity Camps 2017!

Summer: Kids Takeover Sport & Dance Camps!    Kids Takeover are pleased to announce our camp line up for Summer is now complete! This Summer half term we’ll be bringing fun and excitement to Hull, Beverley and  Kirk Ella from Wednesday 26th July to Friday 1st September at the following locations;   St Mary’s Academy, Hull   Kirk Ella St Andrew’s Community Primary   St […]

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Lark in the Park West

Lark in the Park - West Hull Area First Step Sports Development are pleased to announce that Lark in the Park is returning this summer. Thanks to our ongoing partnership with Hull City Council, Change4Life and Hull’s Children, Young People and Families Board you can now enjoy several free park events in the West area of […]

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DfE Outline Formula for Allocating the Doubled Primary PE & Sport Premium

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced some changes to the Primary PE & Sport Premium pages on the Gov.uk website to reflect recent ministerial decisions on the allocation formula for the doubled Primary PE & Sport Premium. The high level changes are that from September 2017: Schools with 16 or fewer eligible pupils receive £1000 per pupil; […]

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