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Mrs S Roscoe

Mrs S Roscoe

School Games Organiser

Since a young age I was determined to fulfil a career in teaching Physical Education. I began my...

Mrs S Roscoe

Mrs S Roscoe

School Games Organiser

Since a young age I was determined to fulfil a career in teaching Physical Education. I began my journey at Edgehill University where I completed a Degree in Sport & Physical Education. This lead onto a PGCE in physical education were I gained my QTS. Since then I fulfilled two PE teaching roles at The Hollins Technology College and Park High School Colne. Within my role at Park High I began working in local cluster primary schools as an SSCO. Gaining this experience inspired me to teach whole school primary PE at Foulridge St Michael & All Angels C of E. After 3 years’ experience teaching in a primary setting I decided to make the change to teach here in the Hyndburn and Ribble Valley Partnership.  Outside of work I enjoy playing netball and spending time with my family and friends.

Mrs J  Johnson

Mrs J Johnson

School Games Organiser

I am the Partnership Manager and School Games Organiser for the Hyndburn and Ribble Valley School...

Mrs J  Johnson

Mrs J Johnson

School Games Organiser

I am the Partnership Manager and School Games Organiser for the Hyndburn and Ribble Valley School Sports Partnership and have worked in this role since 2011.

I started my career in sport with a degree in sport and Exercise science but was not really sure which direction I wanted to go in when I left university.  Two years later I found myself as a business manager for McDonalds Restaurants Ltd after following their graduate trainee programme!  I quickly realised that this was not the career path that I wished to follow so began some volunteer coaching work whilst completing numerous coaching qualifications.  This lead to coaching work in schools and I undertook a variety of sport development roles before becoming a schools competition manager in Cheshire.  The senior competition manager role in Lancashire came up shortly after this which I took up until the funding cuts in 2010 when I started working in Hyndburn and Ribble Valley.

Outside of work I enjoy lacrosse and netball and love travelling as much as possible.  I have a six year old daughter and a  Labrador that take up much of my time!

Michael Frayne

Michael Frayne

Sports coach

From an early age I have always displayed a major interest in Sport and growing up mostly played...

Michael Frayne

Michael Frayne

Sports coach

From an early age I have always displayed a major interest in Sport and growing up mostly played football and golf. I played for Lancashire in American Football throughout my teenage years and went on to Sunderland University with a year abroad at the University of Idaho. Here I gained my Bachelor's degree in Sports Management as well as starting my coaching journey, beginning with my FA level 1. Since leaving University I've worked in a convention hotel in Indianapolis, USA which was involved in the events side of major sporting events such as the NFL Combine and Indy 500. I worked for Sports Interactive in London for 3 years and also picked up my FA level 2 in coaching football, and have an ambition to study further for my UEFA B license and beyond. I have experience coaching both football and futsal and starting a coaching job at Blackburn Rovers within the girls academy setup and local development centres helped me realize I wanted to do work full time within Sports - In January 2020 I started teaching here on behalf of the Hyndburn and Ribble Valley School Sports Partnership. Outside of work, I play football and golf and am a keen NFL and football fan.

Joanne Baldwin

Joanne Baldwin

Dance Teacher

I started dancing at the age of 10 at Accrington Dance School. Here I completed examinations in...

Joanne Baldwin

Joanne Baldwin

Dance Teacher
I started dancing at the age of 10 at Accrington Dance School. Here I completed examinations in Modern Jazz and Tap, continuing with my training until I qualified as an Associate National Teacher of Dance. I studied A level Contemporary Dance and then spent two years at Phil Winston's Theatreworks, broadening my performance training in IDTA ballet, musical theatre, Drama and commercial dance. Although I loved to perform, I always knew I had a passion to teach the art of Dance to others.
I owned my own dance school, JMS School of Dance for 10 years, leading classes for children and adults of all abilities in a variety of dance and fitness classes, examinations and annual performances. During this time I gained experience teaching Dance in secondary education. I gained a first class degree in Sport Science and Health before going onto complete my GTP course and successfully gain QTS.
With over 15 years of experience I am now a teacher of Performing Arts at Blessed Trinity College, whilst delivering Dance for the School Sports Partnership within Hyndburn and Ribble Valley Primary Schools.
Outside of teaching dance I enjoy spending quality time with family and friends, yoga and visiting the theatre to watch musical performances.
The Hyndburn and Ribble Valley School Sport Partnership has supported Schools to deliver high quality PE and School Sport since 2005.  It is a “not for profit” organisation that has been able to carry on operating following the cessation of  government funding due to continued support from its partner primary schools.  We are based at Accrington Academy but cover the whole of the Ribble Valley area as well as Hyndburn.
 
We believe that all children have the right to access high quality Physical Education and School Sport and we are committed to working alongside the 65 Primary Schools, 10 Secondary Schools and 2 Special Schools in Hyndburn and Ribble Valley to achieve this. We aim to inspire a generation of young people to become engaged in sport and lead healthy lifestyles.
 
We deliver a range of services for Schools to access which include:
  • The organisation and Delivery of level 1, 2 and 3 of the Sainsbury’s School Games across Hyndburn and Ribble Valley
  • The organisation and delivery of Primary School Sports Competitions, Inclusion Events and Gifted and Talented Events
  • The Delivery of Change 4 Life Sports Clubs to educate children about Health and wellbeing.
  • The delivery of Sports Leadership Training
  • The delivery of Bikeability training to ensure that children are safe to cycle on the roads
  • The delivery of P.E and sport related Continual Professional Development to teachers.
  • The deployment of a team of School Sport Specialists to deliver high quality curriculum Physical Education (using the Lancashire Scheme of Work) and work alongside Classroom Teachers and teaching assistants to develop their knowledge and confidence in PE.
  • The delivery of after school sports clubs

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