We provide continual professional development throughout the school year. We provide this training to all teachers in the schools we work in.


The courses allow the teachers to grasp new ideas  for their lessons and also give them an understanding of the theory's and methods used to implement in activity.


The Windsor School Sport Partnership offers top quality P.E. Lessons for students of all ages. Our qualified professionals have innovative and engaging sessions to help the children learn the skills they need for sport and competition. 


We provide programmes were our team of coaches come in to schools and provide leadership training to the pupils.


This allows the pupils to help on competitions which we run. It also counts towards students UCAS points when applying for further education.

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"You never too young to understand the importance of mental health" 

Our great coaching staff now help kids to think about the importance of thinking positive, communicating with each other and talking about negative feeling they might have. 

  • ActiveMe Passport.

  • Lunchtime supervisor training.

  • Taster Sessions.

  • Sports Days

  • Berkshire School Games.

  • P.E. Administration.



The Berkshire School Games is a school event and it is expected that all teams competing are school teams. It must be noted that if your school takes part it is important that schools fill out their off site plans and follow their school off site policy. Bellow is a table which shows the 5 types of events which The Berkshire School Games run. Their is also a range of sports from Athletics, Basketball, Cricket, Football, Netball, New age Curling, Pentathlon, Rowing, Rugby Union and Ultimate Frisbee. 

If you would like any further information in to how to get your team involved please contact us by following this the link button.


Our Leadership Programme offers all students a chance to improve and develop their life skills, while working in a healthy and active environment. Starting with children in KS2, all the way up to sixth form, we allow students to take the lead within a controlled environment. This will help them understand what qualities they already have and give them an opportunity to develop others.

Students in Years 4-6 receive an introduction on how to lead a session or a game, with the expectation that they will start taking a central role in their school and in the playground, creating or organising games.

Years 7-11 are offered the chance to assist in the delivery of After School Clubs and start assuming a more central role in each session. They are guided through a process of learning what personal traits are required. They will play a vital part in the delivery of our inter-school events.

6th form students are those who have proven to be interested in coaching, leadership and organisation. They will lead competitions for the younger age groups and act as positive role models for the younger leaders.

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