A sporting legacy for Merseyside
Head Teachers have been invited to attend a briefing session with Baroness Sue Campbell who will provide information on the recent developments in PE & School Sport including funding and Ofsted accountability and explore aspirations for PE & School Sport across Merseyside. There will also be an opportunity to network and discuss strategies that would enable us to work collaboratively on a local level.
Baroness Sue Campbell will provide the national overview of PE & School Sport and to help Head Teachers shape our aspirations. Baroness Campbell has been instrumental in helping to persuade Micheal Gove of the merits of ring-fencing investment in PE & School Sport. It is her resilience coupled with an absolute belief that sport changes lives that has, in no small part, led us to where we are today. She is a truly inspirational woman who has worked tirelessly to ensure that London 2012 leaves us with much more than incredible memories. Her passion and drive have led us to this point, where we now have a real opportunity to create a lasting legacy for our young people.
This will be a fabulous opportunity to discuss PE and school sport in Merseyside with one of the most prominent and influential advocates of sport for young people.
If you would like to attend the PE & School Sport Briefing, at 2pm – 4pm at Crosby Lakeside on Wednesday 24th April and Adventure Centre, Cambridge Road, Waterloo, Liverpool, Merseyside L22 1RR please contact Alison Watt, SGO for South Sefton, at firstname.lastname@example.org