Isleworth & Syon School
Isleworth and Syon School enjoys an enviable reputation in the local community and beyond as a place of learning, which values and promotes academic excellence. Their personalised approach to learning, a commitment to innovation and passion for teaching and learning means that they are able to maximise each student's academic potential.
Isleworth and Syon School was awarded Sports College status in 2003 as the lead school for Physical Education and Sport in Hounslow. The school have nurtured and helped develop Sport Impact into what it is today. Sport Impact partners with Hounslow's primary schools to improve Physical Education and sporting opportunities for all pupils, and also supports Hounslow's secondary schools. Isleworth and Syon School are quite simply an integral part of Sport Impact and their consistent support and encouragement has been fundamental to our success.
Create Development - Mutli-skills and Multi-abilities based Physical Education and Sport CPD and resources. The flexibility of the programmes also means that they can include, challenge and support all children and young people regardless of their age and stage of development
Change4Life has become one of the most instantly recognisable brands in health improvement. Change4Life's ambition is to create a movement in which everyone in society plays their part, helping to create fundamental changes to those behaviours that can help people lead healthier lives.
Sports Leaders UK
Sports Leaders UK is a charity delivering sports leadership awards and qualifications through schools, colleges and local authorities. It acts as an Awarding Organisation providing nationally recognised qualifications that equip people with the skills and motivation to create and run sporting activities.
Harlequins Rugby Union
Harlequins Rugby Union - Premier Rugby Union club, based at the Twickenham Stoop.
Brentford Football Club Community Sports Trust
The Brentford FC Football in the Community Programme, established in 1987 was amongst the pioneering programmes aimed at engaging football clubs with their communities.
As a Charitable Sports Trust they continue to develop as one of the leading providers of sports, education and career opportunities in West London. They believe they are about more than just football, offering a portfolio of programmes that educate, motivate, involve and inspire.
London Sport (formerly Pro-Active West London) has five London Sport offices and are part of the national County Sports Partnership network. Each Partnership consists of a network of organisations committed to working together to increase participation in physical activity and sport. London Sport's vision is: To improve the health and well being of Londoners, provide strategic co-ordination and contribute to the London 2012 legacy through sport and physical activity.
Fusion Lifestyle - a sports and leisure management registered charity who work in partnership with local authorities, schools and colleges, and other public sector organisations, to provide recreational sport, health and fitness activities to local communities.
They believe that everyone in the community deserves top services that are inclusive and accessible to all, at affordable prices.
The School Games
The School Games inspires young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.
The Games are made up of four levels of activity: competition in schools, between schools, at county/area level and a national finals event:
Richmond School Sports Partnership
Richmond School Sports Partnership Supports schools to deliver high quality Physical Education and School sport and to enhance the quality of sporting opportunities through the curriculum, out of school hours learning, intra- and inter- school competition and developing young volunteers of the future.
Richmond School Sport Partnership
Twickenham TW2 6JW
Mobile 0771 2048169
Association for Physical Education (AfPE)
The Association for Physical Education (AfPE) is the only physical education subject association in the UK. They are a representative organisation for people and organisations delivering or supporting the delivery of physical education in schools and in the wider community promoting high standards and safe practice in all aspects and at all levels of physical education and influencing developments at national and local levels.
They provide quality assured membership services and resources, and professional support for members and the teaching profession through a range of professional development opportunities, regular updates, member journals, advice, insurance cover and dedicated helplines for health/safety and legal advice.
London Welsh Rugby Football Club
London Welsh Rugby Football Club (Clwb Rygbi Cymry Llundain) is a rugby union club formed in 1885. Based in Old Deer Park, Richmond.
The London Welsh Community Team was established in 2012 and aims to educate, motivate and inspire rugby in the community.
Building on the success of the work done in Hounslow schools during the 2015/16 season by the London Welsh Community Team, Sport Impact is delighted to announce a formal partnership with London Welsh in the London Borough of Hounslow.
The new formal partnership will now see the community team work in partnership with Sport Impact to deliver London Welsh rugby social development programmes as well as being a key deliverer of Sport Impact’s Physical Literacy programmes and providing Sport Impact with competition support.
The Youth Sport Trust
The Youth Sport Trust is an independent charity devoted to changing young people's lives through sport. They offer a range of programmes and initiatives; sport and education resources; events and continuing professional development programmes; and a school Membership scheme.
They are passionate about helping all young people to achieve their full potential in life by delivering high quality physical education and sport opportunities. Working closely with all schools (primary, secondary and special educational needs) and a range of partners including National Governing Bodies of Sport, corporate partners and Government, to get more young people involved in Physical Education and school sport.
With 5 indoor GreenSet® courts and 4 outdoor clay courts Dukes Meadows gives pay and play access to tennis (no membership required) for all ages and standards, all year round. As an LTA high performance centre, it is a great venue for playing tennis either for fun or professional development.
Lawn tennis Association of Britain
As the governing body for British tennis the Lawn Tennis Association’s overall purpose is to continue to grow and sustain the sport. It provides essential information on playing, coaching and watching tennis in the UK.
Rugby Football Union
The Rugby Football Union (RFU) the governing body for rugby union in England whose purpose is to promote and run the sport, educating and training players and officials
Richmond Volleyball - a Sport England Clubmark 2 Club offering volleyball for all players regardless of experience, skills and ability.
Grasshoppers Rugby Football Club
Grasshoppers Rugby Football club -a community rugby club based in Osterley, Middlesex. They offer social and competitive rugby at all levels including Senior, Junior, Mini and Ladies.
Brunel is a university where sport and fitness matters. They provide students, staff and the community with the best possible opportunities and facilities to start, stay and succeed in sport, whether training for the Olypmic Games or taking part for the pure enjoyment of being active.
London Youth Rowing
London Youth Rowing (LYR) - a charity, who make fitness and rowing accessible to all young people across London – helping them get active, develop confidence and skills and have fun in the process. They offer coaching, competition entry and encouragement for all, and performance coaching for the most talented to the highest levels.
Panathlon creates sporting opportunities for young disabled people by providing coaching within schools, sports equipment to schools, sports training to teachers and coaches and multi-sport competitions The sports played are disability specific sports e.g. Table Cricket, Polybat, New Age Kurling, Boccia, Powerchair Football and disability adapted versions of Athletics and Football.
Team Hounslow Athletic Club
Team Hounslow Athletic Club is an athletic club for children aged 8 years old to athletes in the Under 20 age group. Launched in 2012 they provide training and competition opportunities in track and field, cross country and sportshall athletics. They are affiliated to England Athletics and part of the West London Athletics Network.
Davies Sports provides an extensive range of resources and equipment for schools. Over the years, they have worked hard to develop relationships with educational specialists and other key sporting organisations to ensure that they give the most up-to-date information and offer the most innovative resources in the market. Their equipment and resources offer activities for a wide range of ages and abilities, ensuring there is something for everyone.