All upcoming sports fixtures are listed below.
|Sports Fixtures Spring Term 2019|
|Spring Term||Start Time||Finish Time||Event||Location|
|5th June 2019||3.45pm||4.15pm||Netball Match||Eversley Primary School, Junior Field|
For further information and news regarding Sports at Eversley Primary School please see our sports news page.
Arsenal Sister School!
We are delighted to announce that we are now an Arsenal Sister School, who will now work as a link school with Arsenal Women Football Club. The Sister School Programme aims to inspire every girl to love the game and to improve to the development of girls football in local areas.
This Sister School Programme aims to inspire every girl to love the game, and to support teachers with their confidence & skills in delivering girls football at their school.
We look to work with schools who have a passion for the development of girls football, and aspire to encourage every girl to:
- Improve their football skills
- Make new friends & build on existing friendships through football
- Have fun – always!
As well as supporting the girls, we aim to empower and inspire teachers to deliver more football at their schools, leaving a legacy of girls football. From the support that has taken place so far this season, schools have formed new girls football teams, and connected with local clubs, providing a sustainable exit route for any girl wanting to play football regularly.
The FA Lidl Skills Football Programme.
Delivering high quality football lessons to support pupils & teachers professional learning The FA Lidl Skills programme works in over 2500 primary schools each year, providing lessons for the children against the requirements of the PE National Curriculum and supports teachers’ professional learning. Our coaches will typically work with a primary school in their county one day a week for the duration of half a term (minimum 6 lessons, maximum of 12 lessons with the same class), providing specialist, age appropriate learning for all ages from Years 1 to 6. The Programme’s approach is truly child-centred, is for all ability levels, and focuses on individual boys’ and girls’ learning needs.
As well as helping to develop the technique, ball skills and confidence of children in primary schools, The FA Lidl Skills coaches aim to pass on invaluable lesson ideas and guidance on the delivery of football to the pupils’ teachers.
Sam Cox, Tottenham Hotspur
Sam Cox has been working with Eversley Primary School for the last two years now by supporting class teachers with invasion games and football sessions in PE. Sam is a former Tottenham Hotspur academy graduate who signed his first contract with the club in 2005 before signing his first professional contract as a player in 2008.
Sam has since moved into coaching and is now the head coach of the Spurs under-11 side and is currently undertaking his FIFA A-Licence this year too. Sam still plays regular football for Wealdstone F.C and is also the National captain of his country, Guyana. Sam has been an excellent addition to the PE provision we offer at Eversley.