Sports Committee

Our current Action Plan is available below:

Sports Committee Action Plan 2019-20

Recently, we have been working hard to help develop a Health & Wellbeing passport for all our children and we will again be promoting our Term 2 Extra-Curricular Clubs (especially the sporty ones!).

What is the School Sport Award?

The SportScotland School Sport Award is a national Lottery funded initiative designed to encourage schools to continuously improve physical education (PE) and school sport opportunities. The SportScotland School Sport Award:

  • Encourages schools to self-reflect and continuously improve
  • Puts young people at the forefront of the decision making and planning of PE and sport in their school
  • Helps schools to increase young people’s opportunities and engagement in PE & school sport
  • Helps schools to put PE & school sport at the heart of their planning, practice and ethos
  • Recognises and celebrates successful PE & school sport models

During the last session, we retained our Gold Award status, the highest available.

Article 31 (Leisure, play and culture): Children have the right to relax and play, and to join in a wide range of cultural, artistic and other recreational activities.

Candidates stand for election from their class and this year the committee members are: P1A Fraser, P1B Rory, P2A Jamie, P2B Lottie, P3A Giorgia, P3B Harry, P4A Thom, P4B Marnie, P5A William, P5B Flynn, P6A Isaac, P6B Megan, P7A Rhys, P7B Scott

The Sports Committee worked hard last year and the new members have carried on this work.

You can find out more from this leaflet:

Sports Committee Leaflet

Over the last two sessions at Giffnock Primary, a great deal of effort has gone into developing a wide range of sporting activities and opportunities for our children, both during and outside of school hours. These experiences have been led and supported by a range of members of our school community, including staff, children, parents and colleagues from Active Schools. In the promotion of our children’s health and wellbeing, these opportunities are of great significance.

In order to formally recognise this, we recently applied to SportScotland with regard to the School Sport Awards that they can grant. These are awarded on the basis of an appraisal of how well the school affords children such sporting opportunities and schools are required to clearly evidence their practice when they apply. Schools can be awarded a Gold, Silver or Bronze Award.

On the basis of their appraisal, Giffnock Primary School has been awarded a SportScotland Gold School Sport Award. This is a very significant recognition of all that the school community does to promote sport and provide opportunities for our children to engage in active and healthy lifestyles.

On December 5th Giffnock 2016 was presented with its Gold Award flag at a whole school and community assembly. We had a number of invited guests, including teachers and pupils from our cluster schools. The flag was presented by former Glasgow Warriors player, James Eddie.

James Eddie presents the Gold Award flag to Giffnock Primary



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