Service Level Agreement

Knowsley School Sport Partnership operates a successful subscription service which supports schools to raise standards of PE, School Sport and Physical Activity, meeting the five key indicators of the Primary PE and School Sport Premium and contribute to whole school improvement.    

Details of the services available to schools are listed below.

Knowsley School Sport Partnership

Service Level Agreement

September 2020 – August 2021

Knowsley School Sport Partnership inspires and supports all of our young people to achieve their personal best within PE and School Sport by providing a range of exciting sporting opportunities for young people to inspire them to be more physically active and lead a healthier lifestyle. 

We believe that through sport and physical activity, every young person can enhance their health and well-being, build confidence and learn life skills.  This will give them attributes they need to achieve their goals and aspirations, in all areas of life.

Knowsley School Sport Partnership is hosted by Kirkby High School and provides high quality support to schools across Knowsley to enhance the delivery of PE and school sport. Our experienced and passionate team have built strong relationships with Primary, Secondary and Special Schools over the last 15 years ensuring schools work collaboratively and share resources, knowledge and facilities. 
 

Key Services

At KSSP we deliver a wide range of exciting opportunities for our young people, delivering a co-ordinated approach to sport and physical activity across all of Knowsley.

 Engagement 

  • Raise Standards through delivery, review and evidencing the impact of your PE and School Sport Premium, ensuring it is used effectively to secure maximum effect on young people, demonstrate sustainability and meet all 5 key outcome indicators. 
  • Identify and attract additional sources of funding to support sustainable development activity.
  • Provide advice on Safe practice in PE and sport.
  • Network opportunities to hear current best practice, access support and training and interact with like-minded colleagues.
  • Engage with schools, young people and parents across carious social media channels, recognising and celebrating the achievements of our young people.

Competition 

  • Offer a wide and diverse range of competitive activities. In line with new guidance from the Youth Sport Trust, these include Aspire competitions in the form of competitive pathway events, Inspire events to engage with those children not normally involved with sports teams and Celebrate events to target the less active in fun and exciting games and festivals.
  • We also offer extensive virtual competitions and events, through targeted sports and broader personal best challenges delivered across our social media channels.

 Participation and Pathways

  • Champion 30 active minute. New Chief Medical offer guidance for all children.
  • Increasing the number of young people taking part in sport and physical activity across the borough.
  • Support schools to offer a wide variety of clubs and encourage links with local community clubs and leisure providers.  

 Workforce 

  • Provide leadership programmes to increase opportunities, skill development and build confidence of your young people.
  • Support staff to deliver high quality sport and physical activity which is fully engaging and inclusive.
  • Provide professional development programmes that will cover a wide spectrum of topics for all school staf

The Knowsley School Sport Partnership membership provides schools and their teachers with a fantastic, value for money, range of services and resources all aligned to the DfE Sport Premium impact key indicators.

 

Packages

 

 Primary School Level 1

Knowsley School Sport Partnership receives £23,800 of national government funding to develop School Games across the borough.  It is our responsibility to inform you what you actually receive for this funding:

  • A calendar of School Games competitions across the academic year including 14 competitions across 9 sports available for Primary schools.
  • Yr 5/ 6 Quadkids (Athletics)
  • Yr 3-4 Gymnastics
  • Yr 5/6 Girls Football
  • Yr 3-6 Swimming
  • Yr 3-4 Mini Red Tennis
  • SEND Golf
  • SEND New Age Kurling
  • Inclusive Sitting Volleyball
  • SEND Quadkids
  • 3 Development Competitions
  • 2 Festivals aimed at Yr 3/4
  • Support with application and verification of the School Games Mark, a national accreditation award.
  • Support with sustaining Change4Life Clubs

The funding received is utilised to meet the salary of the School Games Organiser and does not cover all of the essential delivery cost incurred (facility hire, officials, equipment, trophies, medals etc)

We are continually striving to provide a relevant, suitable and vibrant PE, school sport and physical activity offer for your young people.  The Partnership therefore offer to all schools an extended package (level 2) that can be purchased in addition to the national funded core offer.

Special Schools Level 1

Knowsley School Sport Partnership receives £23,800 of national government funding to develop School Games across the borough.  It is our responsibility to inform you what you actually receive for this funding:

  • A calendar of School Games competitions across the academic year including 7 competitions across 4 sports available for Primary schools.
  • SEND Golf
  • SEND New Age Kurling
  • Inclusive Sitting Volleyball
  • SEND Quadkids
  • 3 Development Competitions
  • 2 Festivals aimed at Yr 3/4
  • Support with application and verification of the School Games Mark, a national accreditation award.
  • Support with sustaining Change4Life Clubs

The funding received is utilised to meet the salary of the School Games Organiser and does not cover all of the essential delivery cost incurred (facility hire, officials, equipment, trophies, medals etc)

We are continually striving to provide a relevant, suitable and vibrant PE, school sport and physical activity offer for your young people.  The Partnership therefore offer to all schools an extended package (level 2) that can be purchased in addition to the national funded core offer.

Secondary Schools Level 1

Knowsley School Sport Partnership receives £23,800 of national government funding to develop School Games across the borough.  It is our responsibility to inform you what you actually receive for this funding:

  • A calendar of School Games competitions across the academic year including 12 competitions across 6 sports available for secondary schools.
  • SEND New Age Kurling
  • SEND Inclusive Golf
  • KS3 Boys Badminton
  • KS4 Boys Badminton
  • KS3 Girls Badminton
  • KS4 Boys Badminton
  • Yr 7 & Yr 8 Netball
  • Yr 7/8 Girls Football
  • Yr 9 Basketball
  • Support with application and verification of the School Games Mark, a national accreditation award.

The funding received is utilised to meet the salary of the School Games Organiser and does not cover all of the essential delivery cost incurred (facility hire, officials, equipment, trophies, medals etc)

We are continually striving to provide a relevant, suitable and vibrant PE, school sport and physical activity offer for your young people.  The Partnership therefore offer to all schools an extended package (level 2) that can be purchased in addition to the national funded core offer.

Primary Schools Level 2

  • Level 1 provision plus
  • Work with PE Subject leads to evidence the impact of your PE and School Sport Premium, ensuring it is used effectively to secure maximum impact on young people, demonstrate sustainability and meet all 5 key outcome indicators.
  • A calendar of Partnership competitions across the academic year including 74 competitions across 19 sports.
  • Yr 5/6 Primary Football League
  • Reception, Yr 1,2,3,4,5,6, Everton Football Festivals
  • Reception Liverpool F.C. Multi Skills Festival
  • Yr 1, 2 Liverpool FC Football Festivals
  • Yr 1/2 Girls Football
  • Yr 3/4 Girls Football
  • Yr 3/4 & 5/6 Sportshall Athletics
  • Yr 5/6 High 5 Netball
  • Yr 3-6 Tri Golf
  • Primary SEND Boccia
  • Yr 5/6 Basketball
  • Yr 4-6 Girls Kwik Cricket
  • Yr 4-6 Mixed Kwik Cricket
  • Yr 5/6 Tag Rugby Union
  • Yr 5/6 Rounders
  • Yr 5/6 Table Tennis
  • Yr 4-6 Cross Country
  • Yr 5/6 Quicksticks Hockey
  • Yr 5/6 Dodgeball
  • Yr 3/4 Mark Burgan Memorial Football Competition
  • Yr 5/6 Barcelona Football Competition
  • Provide subject leader network meetings to discuss  best practice, access support and training, hear about current information and meet like-minded colleagues. 
  • Monthly E-bulletins.
  • Provide subsidised access to high quality, focused CPD for staff to support the delivery of physical education and school sport.
  • Provide curriculum support and extensive schemes of work for specific areas of physical education (gym, dance) along with additional resource through the KSSP website.
  • Identify and attract additional sources of funding to support sustainable development activity.  E.g.  Big Lottery – Awards for All, Sport England small grants etc.
  • Review of the PE provision though a PE and School Sport Health Check – Identify gaps in curricular provision, appraise current policies and identification of staff development.
  • Provide leadership training and opportunities to grow and deploy young people in leadership and volunteering roles. Students will learn how to plan, lead and review activity sessions and reflect on their organisational and communication skills (2 hours playground leaders).

Special Schools Level 2

  • Level 1 provision plus
  • Work with PE Subject leads to evidence the impact of your PE and School Sport Premium, ensuring it is used effectively to secure maximum impact on young people, demonstrate sustainability and meet all 5 key outcome indicators.
  • A calendar of Partnership competitions across the academic year including 67 competitions across 14 sports.
  • SEND Boccia
  • Cross Country
  • Plus access to all mainstream Primary Level 2 school competitions
  • Provide subject leader network meetings to discuss  best practice, access support and training, hear about current information and meet like-minded colleagues. 
  • Monthly E-bulletins.
  • Provide subsidised access to high quality, focused CPD for staff to support the delivery of physical education and school sport.
  • Provide curriculum support and extensive schemes of work for specific areas of physical education (gym, dance) along with additional resource through the KSSP website.
  • Identify and attract additional sources of funding to support sustainable development activity.  E.g.  Big Lottery – Awards for All, Sport England small grants etc.
  • Review of the PE provision though a PE and School Sport Health Check – Identify gaps in curricular provision, appraise current policies and identification of staff development.
  • Provide leadership training and opportunities to grow and deploy young people in leadership and volunteering roles Students will learn how to plan, lead and review activity sessions and reflect on their organisational and communication skills (2 hours playground leaders).

Secondary Schools Level 2

  • All Level 1 provision plus
  • A calendar of School Games and Partnership competitions across the academic year including 31 events across 12 sports.
  • Yr 7,8,9 Outdoor Athletics (Boys and Girls)
  • Yr 7 & Yr 8 Sportshall Athletics (Boys and Girls)
  • Yr 7, 8,9,10 Girls Rounders
  • Yr 9, 9/10 Netball
  • KS 3 & KS4 Table Tennis
  • Yr 7/8/10/11 Basketball
  • Yr10 Handball
  • Yr 7/8 & Yr 9/10 Indoor Cricket
  • Yr 7/8 Outdoor Cricket
  • KS3 & 4 Cross Country (Boys and Girls)
  • SEND Boccia
  • Yr 7 & 8 Everton Development Shield
  • Provide subsidised access to high quality, focused continuous professional development for staff to support the delivery of high quality physical education and school sport.
  • Identify and attract additional sources of funding to support sustainable development activity.  E.g.  Big Lottery – Awards for All, Sport England small grants etc.
  • Provide leadership training and opportunities to grow and deploy young people in high quality leadership and volunteering roles. Students will learn how to plan, lead and review activity sessions and reflect on their organisational and communication skills – For secondary schools a NGB leadership award.

For details on costings please contact Kerstine Hogg – Partnership Manager K.Hogg@kirbyhighschool.net  or 0737633865