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Video project – Jerusalema dance challenge

To celebrate this momentous occasion when pupils have been able to return to school we would like you to film some footage of any group in your school doing the dance that has gone viral during the pandemic – the Jerusalema challenge. Can be any age or group of pupils, parents teaching staff or support […]

Sutton Schools Skipping Week 15 – 19 March

Now that pupils are back in schools we have launched   SUTTON SCHOOLS SKIPPING WEEK……15th – 19th MARCH LET’S GET MOVING……..LET’S RECONNECT…….LE’TS GET ACTIVE! Welcome your pupils back into school by taking part in this really fun and simple borough wide event. Open to all pupils from Y1 – 6 WHEN? Break times, lesson warm-up, […]


VIRTUAL CROSS COUNTRY The exciting news received at Christmas was that Sutton schools came first in the LYG Virtual Cross Country Competition. This was measured by participation, which meant that we had more students running a cross country run than any of the other 32 London boroughs! More success was achieved in VIRTUAL SPORTS HALL […]


After the success of the summer virtual games, LYG are delighted to announce the return of the LYG Virtual Games this Autumn as part of the School Games offer! There will be weekly challenges released every Monday at 09:00 for your students to take part in and represent your borough and they start on Monday […]


Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the closure of schools, School Games decided to freeze current School Games Mark levels. In place there were two awards on offer for 2019/20.  One recognised achievement across Autumn and Spring terms, and the second recognised virtual delivery during the period of COVID-19. There were no KPI’s attached to […]

COVID-19:Psychological Impact, Wellbeing and Mental Health

Last week, I completed this course. It was a three week course through Future Learn and the Maudsley Trust. It followed three people and their individual stories through this pandemic. Week 1 was about the Psychological Impact of COVID-19. We discussed how a person with existing mental health conditions, a key worker and an office […]

Youth Mental Health Aware Online Training

These past 10 weeks of lockdown have been extremely busy for the Sutton SSP. Katie Miller, Partnership Manager has delivered 16 half day courses reaching nearly 300 staff across Sutton.

NQT training with a difference!

Last week saw my NQT training with a bit of a difference. The planning was a test to my technology skills, however, it went very well. In an hour and a half we managed to get through Warm Ups, Step Principle, Active 30:30, Teambuilding, OAA, Gymnastics and realPE. Whilst I missed meeting the NQT’s face […]


MESSAGE FROM LONDON YOUTH GAMES In the current environment, we think it is crucial to keep young Londoners engaged and active! Please keep an eye out on our social media channels where we will be promoting online resources for everyone to get involved in! Be sure to follow us on our social media channels: Instagram: […]

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