Mid Cornwall Sports Network

Mid Cornwall Sports Network was established following the withdrawal of Government funding of School Sports Partnerships in 2010. Mid Cornwall Schools strongly believed that a school sport needed to continue, ensuring opportunities for all young people, enable schools to work collaboratively and drive PE and school Sport forward. The Network steering group ensures best practice across Mid Cornwall; by providing opportunities for the up skilling of staff as well as facilitating coaching.

The Network Manager works alongside The School Games Organiser (SGO) to provide competition at all Levels, motivating and facilitating young people to participate in sport in school and beyond the school day with pathways to local clubs. In order to facilitate these sports we also train many young leaders to help run these events. Many National initiatives, like Bikeability, are rolled out by the SGO and give even more opportunities to young people.

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Cornwall Sport Partnership
School Games
Youth Sport Trust
Association For Physical Education

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