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New School Games Organiser Appointed 

We welcome Jane Sixsmith (MBE) as our new Wilson Stuart Active Society Coordinator & School Games Organiser from September 2014.

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12th June 2014

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What is Wilson Stuart Active Society CIC?

A Social Enterprise improving PE & School Sport in the Sutton Coldfield and Erdington communities.

Based at Wilson Stuart School, we work collaboratively with schools to promote PE, School Sport and Community Sport and now advocate the School Games. 

Wilson Stuart Active Society is a 'Not for Profit' Community Interest Company (CIC) or Social Enterprise. All our profits go back into the community we serve to ensure sustainability and high quality service. 

New Active Society Coordinator 

Sutton Coldfield Olympic hockey star to start new role at Wilson Stuart School Sutton Coldfield?s Olympic hockey star, Jane Sixsmith MBE is all set to take up a new community sports role based at Wilson Stuart Special School in Erdington.

Formed three years ago, the Active Society is a not-for-profit community interest company which brings together sports leaders and teachers from thirty three primary, secondary and independent Society member schools in the area. Their collective aim is to raise participation levels and standards of PE and school sport and increase involvement in sports competitions via the national School Games initiative and extended programmes on offer to member schools. Jane will lead and co-ordinate the Society?s core activities including arranging inter-schools competitions, developing training and professional development opportunities for PE staff, encouraging young people to become sports ambassadors and promoting the Bikeability safer cycling scheme. She will also liaise with County sports partnerships including the Birmingham Sport & Physical Activity Trust.

Improving access to sport and encouraging involvement for children and young people with special needs and disabilities will also be a key aspect of the job and Steve Hughes, Head teacher at Wilson Stuart School is delighted that Jane will be at the heart of the school?s community. He said:

?All of our member schools have worked hard to ensure that PE and school sports remain integral to the curriculum and accessible to everyone and Jane?s fantastic career and wealth of experience will provide highly valuable input as we move forward. The fact that she is from Sutton Coldfield too adds to the winning formula and we are very excited to welcome her on board?.

Commenting on her new post, Jane Sixsmith said:

?Engaging in sporting activities at an early age is vital to the positive personal and physical development of children and I am very much looking forward to helping to promote the message that school sport is one of the best ways for pupils, parents and teachers to share the joy and satisfaction of participation and achievement.?

What we do?

Change for Life Clubs

Project Ability

Training and CPD


Sports Leadership


1) Competition 

  • Support Primary Schools with Level 1 Competition  (Intra School / House Competition)
  • Organise and Coordinate Level 2 Competition for our Primary Schools (School vs School)
  • Sign post Primary Schools towards Level 3 Competition (County and Regional) subject to achieving at level 2. 
  • Inclusive SEND competition

2) Change for Life Clubs

3) Project Ability 

  • We are 1 of 49 other lead Hubsites across England in trying to get more young disabled people involved in more competitive competition.
  • Organise and provide training for other School Games Hubsites around disability sport and inclusive competition. 
  • Take on lead role in helping coordinate the level 3 Disability competition. 

4) Training and CPD

  • Provide training and CPD in PE and School Sport to raise standards.
  • Teaching and Learning within PE
  • Sport specific CPD working with National Governing Bodies. 
  • Free Sports coaching for schools

5) Bikeability 

6) Sports Leadership

  • Bronze Ambassador Young Leader Academy or Yr 5 & Yr 6 pupils.
  • Level 2 and Level 3 competition leader opportunities.
  • Work with secondary school PE Departments to expand their students leadership opportunities. 

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