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Active Schools Coordinators are present in all Fife Schools developing and supporting the delivery of quality sporting opportunities for children and young people. Active Schools aims to provide more and higher quality opportunities to take part in sport and physical activity before school, during lunch time and after school, whilst developing effective pathways between schools and sports clubs in the local community.
Viewforth HS & Active Schools work in partnership to deliver leadership programmes where pupils can support the development of sport and physical activity within their school whilst gaining valuable experiences and qualifications. We aim to showcase and celebrate participation and success in sport and inspire and encourage others to remain or become involved.
The Active Schools Coordinator at Viewforth HS is Ronan Capon. Please make contact with Ronan should you require information on the schools extra-curricular programme you child is likely to be involved in, to ask any questions about leadership in the school and to enquire about any volunteering opportunities which may exist.
Active Schools Coordinator – Viewforth HS and Cluster Primary Schools
03451 555 555 ext. 453107
Together with other Viewforth HS staff we have made huge developments with the volume of pupils now engaged in extra-curricular sport. In excess of 50% of the school roll have taken part in these activities in the past year.
Competitive School Sport
The school also supports the Fife Schools Competitive Schools Sport programme by entering teams into Local, Regional and National competitions structures. Each year we have competitive teams in the following Sports and Year Groups:
U13s Boys Football Road Relays
U14s Boys Football Fife Athletics Championships
U15s Boys Football S1 Basketball
Senior Boys football S2 Basketball
S1 Girls Netball S3 Basketball
S2 Girls Netball Senior Basketball
S3 Girls Netball Fife Swimming Championships
S4 Girls Netball Interhouse Events
Senior Girls Netball
Young Ambassadors & Young Leaders Programmes
Young Ambassadors are recruited each year to promote sport, and motivate and inspire other young people to get involved in sport in their schools, clubs and local communities.
Ambassadors focus in the following areas and underpinning themes each year whilst gaining valuable skills as they prepare for further education and/ or employment:
Deliverers: Participation & Delivery
Increase the quality and range of opportunities to participate in sport before, during lunchtime and after school.
Competition Organisers & Technical Officials
Ambassadors should consider projects and events which can incorporate roles as competition organisers and technical officials
Decision Makers: Promotion, Pupil Voice
Suitably Promote Sport and Physical Activity Opportunities in both Primary, Secondary Schools & Community setting
Equalities and Inclusion
Ensure involvement in sport amongst under-represented groups.
Measure and report the impact of being an Active schools Ambassador through the collation and use of data, self-assessment and reflection, continuous improvement and evaluation.
Aim to increase experience and qualifications through role as ambassador both to develop personally but relevant to the programme.