Welcome to the MK Schools Sport Partnership

The Milton Keynes Schools Sport Partnership work with and support the school staff and pupils within the primary and secondary schools of Milton Keynes, to achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in schools.

Our Vision:

To support schools in educating all pupils to be physically literate and provide them with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary for a lifelong healthy lifestyle and participation in physical activity and sport.

Latest News

Upcoming Events

NEW ... Year 6 Leadership .....

Year 6 Leadership Day...Readmore

Thursday, 26th September

Bushfield Go Platinum! .....

CONGRATULATIONS to Bushfield School who are the first school in Milton Keynes to be awarded th...Readmore

Wednesday, 11th September

MKSSP Ability Games .....

The Ability Games made the news! ...Readmore

Friday, 10th May

  • Organisation was excellent!

    "Organisation was excellent, great atmosphere and the links to clubs on the back of the certificates was fabulous."

    Portfields, PE Team

  • Thank you for inviting me to this wonderful event.

    "All the sports were brilliant and I had a wonderful time... Another thing I liked was being able to meet and talk with people who had other disabilities. I hope to see you next year."

    Tilly, Loughton School

  • Fantastic tutor!

    "Fantastic tutor. Very practical, informative and easy to follow. Would like to attend further courses."

    Karen Kelly, Slated Row

  • Great ideas!

    "Great ideas of how to structure lessons and build on simple ideas. Really fun and exciting. Brilliant."

    Vicky Smith, Haydon Abbey School

  • A lot more confident!

    "I am now a lot more confident and knowledgeable with regard to using gymnastics equipment in a lesson and structuring the session appropriately."

    John Reynolds, Coach

  • Outstanding!

    "The CPD courses have helped give me confidence and knowledge to deliver high quality PE lessons throughout the school... this has given me the platform to strive towards 'Outstanding' lessons on a regular basis."

    Joel Oakley, New Bradwell