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Saints Southwest offers a range of services within the Education sector to ensure maximum opportunity and positive impact is made to young people through Physical Education. 


We work alongside schools and teachers to increase the standards of Physical Education and school sport. A full range of our education services are detailed below, all of which can be specifically tailored to meet the needs of your school and pupils.

A FREE enrichment/taster day is offered to any new school.

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Reception - Year 13


Opportunity for children to have breakfast and start their day with physical activity which helps promote an active healthy lifestyle. Breakfast clubs are proven to improve attendance, learning, behaviour and social development.


This club gives your school the opportunity to have an organised sports activity during the hours of lunchtime and can be used to serve a variety of purposes such as; providing a chance for children to have 'a' go at different sports, improve lunchtime organisation, supports the schools with playground staffing, allow children to try something new and to ensure fair play amongst children during playtime in accordance to school policies.


Provides the opportunity for children to have fun and learn during after school hours with their peers. After Schools Clubs can be tailored to suit the needs of the school. Saints Southwest can deliver sport specific clubs, school team training, healthy lifestyle clubs and multi-skills clubs to all key stages.

Please note: we use a market leading register system which complies with all safeguarding and data protection practice.


Reception - Year 13

Saints Southwest staff are highly qualified and trained to meet the expectations of delivering high quality Physical Education lessons. Our team of PE specialists are skilled in behaviour management and differentiation, helping them create tailored lessons for all children to develop and enjoy.

With the Department for Education funding Primary PE and School Premium in the 2019/20 academic year, it is a great time to invest in one of our specialists to work within your school. Our popular and cost-effective 'day rate', enables your school access to one of our team for a full day of provision including;

  • Physical Education lessons

  • Teacher mentoring

  • Extracurricular clubs

  • Inter/Intra school festivals and events

  • Access to resources

We can either work alongside our own PE curriculum map or use and develop the schools. All PE units are taught by our team; Invasion Games, Striking & Fielding, Net & Wall, Athletics, Multi-Skills & Fundamental Movements, Gymnastics and Dance. Our staff are also able to deliver sport specific units e.g. Rugby and Tennis, while also having specialist coaches qualified to deliver Ultimate Frisbee and Swimming.


Session plans and schemes of work are uniquely designed and written for each year group and unit within the PE curriculum. Assessment tools are also provided to identify levels and progress of all pupils. All partner schools will have full access to these resources.


Rec - Year 13

We understanding how important PPA time is to teaching staff, as well as how important it is for schools to have quality assured PPA cover plans and networks in place. 

The expertise and passion of our PE teaching & coaching staff is what makes PE & PSHE lessons with Saints Southwest such a wonderful experience for school children. Our staff can teach children from the Early Years Foundation Stage right through to school leavers, and our programme enables them to pitch the lessons perfectly each time. We recognise the importance of raising attainment in PE, Sport and PSHE and have a proven track record of getting children engaged and enthusiastic about sport


Reception - Year 13

The Saints Southwest TEAM have a big passion for Personal, social and health education (PSHE). Children are the next generation, so it's vitally important children have the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to lead confident, healthy and independent lives, helping them understand how they are developing personally and socially, tackling many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up.

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Reception - Year 13

Experienced Saints Southwest staff organise many school festivals and tournaments throughout the academic year which brings children and school’s together to play fixtures in a safe, structured and educational environment.


Coaches can organise various sporting events from sports festivals/tournaments, sports days and inter/intra school competitions. As well as hosting and organising sporting tournaments and festivals, Saints Southwest can host and organise intra school leagues either at central venues or via a tailored fixture programme with web-based fixtures and result system.


Reception - Year 13

Continued Professional Development support for teachers and teaching assistants. This is based on an initial consultation and an agreed action plan put in place. Our staff will help support the delivery alongside the chosen member(s) of staff from your school, covering key areas for development such as;

  • Differentiation

  • Behaviour Management

  • Working in small spaces

  • Working with limited equipment

  • Individual and group challenge setting

  • Assessment

  • Review and reflection methods

  • Coaching and Teaching methods

  • Unit/sport-specific teaching support to develop subject knowledge

CPD sessions can also be booked as Twilight events.


Reception - Year 13

There’s no dancing around the fact that school budgets are tight, we at Saints Southwest love helping and giving something back to our schools and communities. Let Saints Southwest help raise money for your school, from our cross-organisation charity event to organising a 'beat the keeper' sponsored penalty shoot out. 

We can even help with community grants and projects your school may be involved in. Just contact us and we will be happy to help. 


Reception - Year 13

Saints Southwest staff can be deployed to work with your school teams in any sport to ensure children get professional coaching within the specific sport. This can ease the pressure from school staff as well as getting quality assured coaching.


Please note: In accordance with FA guidelines Saints Southwest operate on the basis of a 1:16 ratio during our clubs. In the event of numbers exceeding 16 children, the school will be required to hire an additional coach.


Frequently asked questions

What should my child wear?

We ask that all children are dressed ready for sport and appropriately for the weather. Shorts, t-shirts and football socks are recommended, but tracksuit bottoms and tops are also suitable. Shin pads are essential, your child may not be able to take part in some (or all) of the activities if they do not bring shin pads. In cold weather, we recommend layers, so that your child can take off/put on extra layers if they get too hot or cold. If your child would like to purchase a Saints Southwest kit, you can do so by clicking here.

Can I stay to watch my childs session?

We do allow parents to stay and watch the sessions, should they wish and the school permits entry.

How do we sign in the children?

Each school setting differs, however we generally meet children to supervise their changing in a specified location within the school. Students are registered before the session commences.

What happens if my child is not on the register?

If your child is not on our register they will not be permitted access to the lesson. Unfortunately without prior registration we do not have the required consent to allow your child access to our club. Students will be sent to the schools office whose staff will be asked to contact their named parent(s)/guardian(s) for collection.

What footwear should my child bring?

Please bring footwear suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. For sessions that take place on grass, we recommend football boots during the winter months, although Astroturf or moulded boots may be sufficient during the summer months. For sessions that take place in a sports hall please wear suitable trainers or Astro Turfs. Football boots are not permitted for use indoors. Without correct footwear your child may be refused access to parts or all of the lesson.

Do I have to pay for the full term?

Yes, this secures your place for the term, you will have to book on for a new term once the term has ended.

Do you offer any discounts?

Yes, we offer discounts. We offer sibling discount, to gain access to this please ring the office on 0330 2234 932. Saints Southwest also run various promotions throughout the year. We also have a Financial Support Programme in place for those in less fortunate situations, which can be applied for here.

What is the ratio of coaches to children?

Ratios differ depending on the type of session delivered but typically are 1 coach : 16 children.

Can I have a taster session?

We currently offer taster sessions on all our Education and Community sessions. Please click here to book.

What happens if it rains?

We will endeavour to keep the children playing Sport for as long as possible during all of our sessions. If our coaches or school deem the weather too wet or dangerous to play sport safely then contingencies are put in place to ensure all sessions continue to take place. If the school does not have a suitable indoor venue for sporting activity to take place, then classroom based activities will be delivered which may include fitness sessions, quizzes, competitions or other such football-themed games.



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