Performance athletes in schools east lothian
Performance Athletes in School. Developing High Quality athletes in our own back yard. The PAiS programme was established by East Lothian Councils Sports Development Team to support the most talented athletes in the county.Track and Field Sports Facilities in East Lothian. Many schools do not have adequate track and field sports facilities in East Lothian EH32 0 which allow their students to get involved in different sporting events. We offer specialist construction services for a range of outdoor surfaces such as running tracks, long jump runways and high jump fans. performance athletes in schools east lothian
ACADEMY SQUAD is combination of East Lothian Councils PAiS (Performance Athletes in School) squad and the Team East Lothian Development Squad (56. 5hrs pw). Squad members will attend one or both the PAiS Athletics sessions at Meadowmill (Tuesday and Thursday mornings depending on Academic flexibility) in addition to the Development Squad Event Group sessions on Tuesdays and
operation of the talent identification and support programme titled Performance Athletes in School (PAiS ) and introduced for young people by East Lothian Council Sports Development Team in September 2008. The programme was undertaken by 39 athletes from five sports: badminton, basketball, football, hockey and rugby. Hockey Athletes Gregor Walkinshaw and Charlie Gates make South and East of Scotland Squads. See associated article Last year at the annual U14 Boys Interdistrict Tournament, East Lothian Hockey Development Officer Fiona Harfield and Borders Development Officer Janet Jack joined forces to make a new squad called Borders East Lothian, BEL.performance athletes in schools east lothian iii. Note the independent evaluation of the Performance Athletes in Schools Programme by the University of Bedfordshire, which has been lodged in the Members Library. 3 BACKGROUND 3. 1 The aim of the Performance Athletes in School programme (PAiS) is to support and enhance the best East Lothian players in our secondary schools.