Thursday 30th January 2020

Scottish Student Sport, along with partners ASH Scotland, NUS Scotland and SAMH, are delighted to launch Healthy Body Healthy Mind 2020. Read more about the new look criteria and award!

Scottish Student Sport, along with partners ASH Scotland, NUS Scotland and SAMH, are delighted to launch Healthy Body Healthy Mind 2020.

Healthy Body Healthy Mind supports colleges and universities in improving student and staff well-being and inspires positive changes on campus. In receiving an Award, institutions demonstrate how they are encouraging sport and physical activity, a smoke-free culture and good mental health.

We believe that young people should be able to arrive into learning environments that support physical and mental well-being. We aim to help create a health promoting culture across campus with the emphasis on positive action and preventing ill-health. This is central to the institution’s duty of care towards all students and staff and supports wider goals such as improving attainment and student retention.

Following an external review of the award last year, we have made some positive changes to the criteria and submission process that we hope will be welcomed and provide an environment to achieve more together. Through offering more support to institutions, as well as ongoing feedback on evidence submissions, the partners are committed to supporting the institutions achieve their goals.

What to expect;
  • Dedicated support from the SSS Project Officer.
  • Initial meeting with SSS staff to establish baseline data and set project goals
  • Access to ASH Scotland staff to support your plans for positively impacting the aim of a Tobacco Free generation by 2034 as well as access to ASH Scotland online training.
  • Support through SAMH as part of Scotland’s Mental Health Charter for Physical Activity and Sport, to explore and build your ideas on how to ensure mental health is being addressed through your activities. This will give you access to online training and resources.
How to Sign Up

It couldn’t be easier to sign up to Healthy Body Healthy Mind! Just complete the online form to confirm your interest and then we will be in touch with you on how to take your next steps.

🔗 Complete the online form NOW!

In the meantime, should you have any queries then please do not hesitate to get in touch with SSS Project Officer, Sarah Gandon via sarah@scottishstudentsport.com or on 07779 117120.

Documentation

Here you can find the all important docs and files for this years Healthy Body Healthy Mind.

📝 Healthy Body Healthy Mind Criteria 

📝 HBHM Additional Information 

📝 Mental Health Additional Information

📝 Physical Activity and Sport Additional Information 

📝 Smoking Prevention Additional Information 

📝 HBHM Process Map 2020

 

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Wednesday 20th November 2019

Mental health continues to be a real focus area within the student population. As we know sport and physical activity can have an overwhelmingly positive outcome on the overall wellbeing of both students and staff on campus.

We have delivered Healthy Body Healthy Mind since 2010/11 with partners NUS Scotland and more recently ASH Scotland. The project is funded by the Scottish Government with the aim of highlighting the links between mental health, physical activity and smoking. HBHM encourages institutions to implement practical changes on campus and adopt a cultural shift to enhance wellbeing through sport and physical activity.

 

Healthy Body Healthy Mind

Scottish Student Sport, along with partners ASH Scotland, NUS Scotland and SAMH, are delighted to launch Healthy Body Healthy Mind.

Healthy Body Healthy Mind supports colleges and universities in improving student and staff well-being and inspires positive changes on campus. In receiving an Award, institutions demonstrate how they are encouraging sport and physical activity, a smoke-free culture and good mental health.

We believe that young people should be able to arrive into learning environments that support physical and mental well-being. We aim to help create a health promoting culture across campus with the emphasis on positive action and preventing ill-health. This is central to the institution’s duty of care towards all students and staff and supports wider goals such as improving attainment and student retention.

Following an external review of the award last year, we have made some positive changes to the criteria and submission process that we hope will be welcomed and provide an environment to achieve more together. Through offering more support to institutions, as well as ongoing feedback on evidence submissions, the partners are committed to supporting the institutions achieve their goals.

What to expect;
  • Dedicated support from the SSS Project Officer.
  • Initial meeting with SSS staff to establish baseline data and set project goals
  • Access to ASH Scotland staff to support your plans for positively impacting the aim of a Tobacco Free generation by 2034 as well as access to ASH Scotland online training.
  • Support through SAMH as part of Scotland’s Mental Health Charter for Physical Activity and Sport, to explore and build your ideas on how to ensure mental health is being addressed through your activities. This will give you access to online training and resources.
How to Sign Up

It couldn’t be easier to sign up to Healthy Body Healthy Mind! Just complete the online form to confirm your interest and then we will be in touch with you on how to take your next steps.

🔗 Complete the online form NOW!

In the meantime, should you have any queries then please do not hesitate to get in touch with SSS Project Officer, Sarah Gandon via sarah@scottishstudentsport.com or on 07779 117120.

Documentation

Here you can find the all important docs and files for this years Healthy Body Healthy Mind.

📝 Healthy Body Healthy Mind Criteria 

📝 HBHM Additional Information 

📝 Mental Health Additional Information

📝 Physical Activity and Sport Additional Information 

📝 Smoking Prevention Additional Information 

📝 HBHM Process Map 2020

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Friday 18th June 2021

In case you missed it! Read all about the highlights from the SSS Conference 2021! Including photos, videos, key themes and more…

Proudly sponsored by PRECOR, we were delighted to bring together over 80 attendees from 18 different institutions in Scotland for the return of the SSS Conference!

After last years SSS Conference was sadly cancelled due to COVID – there was increased appetite and anticipation heading into this years event – with many guests and attendees experiencing SSS Conference for the first time.

Having said that, the whole experience was a totally new phenomenon for everyone with it being the first Conference delivered virtually. Over an action-packed two days, we connected members, friends, institutions and partners across the country for a celebration of student sport.

Despite being held remotely, we were determined to ensure SSS Conference would be an ‘Always Active’ Conference. Due to the nature of working from home and staring at screens for long periods of time we recognised the need to ensure our attendees kept active and engaged in between and even during sessions. Standing desks were encouraged wherever possible, sessions were delivered via podcast with attendees encouraged to listen along whilst ‘on the move’, active challenges featured heavily (more on that later), and as always, traditional ‘SSS Standing Ovations’ were observed throughout to welcome and thank our guests.

Sustainability was another key emerging theme from the conference. Speakers, discussion and conversations often routed back to the importance of sustainability and the need to look after our planet in every way we can. In advance of the conference, we partnered with Trees For Life and purchased a grove in the Scottish Highlands. For every attendee/speaker/contributor that signed up to this year’s conference we planted a tree – that means there are 110 new trees in the Scottish Highlands thanks to you! We plan to continue planting trees for each milestone we reach, whether that be each time a new staff member joins our team, to welcome them aboard, or for Conference attendees in years to come.

Day 1

To kick things off, our attendees were met with a welcome video – introducing a few members of the incoming sabbatical line-up and a few of our SSS staff – representing some brand new stash… 👀

 

After a brief introduction from Chief Operating Officer Stew Fowlie, Professor Damian Hughes got the ball rolling with a sensational opening keynote session. Damian is well known for his role co-hosting the High-Performance Podcast and he included insight and analysis from a number of guests he had interviewed. Damian spoke about creating a high-performance culture and the importance of having a set of “non-negotiable” behaviours to create a culture within a team. Throughout the session, there was plenty of opportunities to engage with Damian, with quizzes, interactive challenges and a Q&A segment at the end. It is safe to say Damian set the tone of inspiration and innovation to follow.

SSS Team photo with our keynote speaker Damian Hughes!

From one podcast to another – following Damian’s session, attendees were then encouraged to get outside and tune into our next session on the move – listening to Stew Fowlie and Gavin Rittoo host a special Conference addition of the #SSSPOD. The episode included an in-depth preview of the Conference and an exclusive interview with our brand-new team wear provider.

The afternoon session focused on active living, engaging students and developing active lifestyles. A highly informative and engaging panel was led by Kim Atkinson from Scottish Sports Association (SSA). Kim was joined by Andy Mytom and Ross Cunningham who brought professional expertise in the areas of design and communications respectively. As we begin the recovery from the pandemic it is imperative to be responsive to new demands from the student community about how they engage with, and enjoy, sport and physical activity.

Following the discussion, delegates were given the opportunity to give their input on the conversation and discuss key themes through the use of breakout rooms on zoom. Before Iona Grant & Hana Nasser from the Edinburgh University Women’s Hockey Club, took to the stage to share their story of what they did to look after their member’s mental health during the pandemic.

To close day 1, we were treated to a mouthwatering clash in the ring… Our own SSS Regional Development Coordinator, Neil Rankin, laced up his gloves for a 1v1 with Scotland’s first female Boxing World Champion – Hannah Rankin. Rather than throwing punches however, Neil was throwing questions to the professional sportswoman who shared some of the highs and lows of her journey in sport so far. The discussion ranged from the introductions to combat sports, the pressures of being a woman in sport to the challenges of balancing becoming World Champion and a classical music degree! Hannah challenged delegates to showcase more women’s sport and create role models within their clubs and institutions to inspire the next generation. A great way to round off day 1!

Hannah Rankin gives guest a glimpse of her World Champion Belt!

Day 2

Happy Birthday to y̶o̶u̶  Scottish Student Sport! 🎉🎉🎉

To mark our 10 Year Celebration of Scottish Student Sport we invited everyone to get involved with our #TimeForTen Active Challenge.

The #TimeforTen challenge got people across the country moving to the theme of 10. Whether it was walking, running, cycling, skipping, circuit training or in some cases, even swimming – it was fantastic to see so many people join in with the challenge across our social channels!

Members and friends of the network take part in the #TimeForTen Active Challenge.

Everyone who participated in the challenge was encouraged to listen along to our second special episode of the #SSSPOD. On this episode Stew and Gav were joined by members of the SSS community past and present for a trip down memory lane, celebrating our best bits!

🎙️ You can download the episode here!

After a quick shower and change, we were back on Zoom to digest a trilogy of Best Practice. Sarah Gandon kicked things off with some key updates on Healthy Body Healthy Mind which has seen the following achievements over the past year:

✅ University of the Highlands and Islands – Training Towards

🥉 Fife College and University of Glasgow – Bronze Award

Presentations of best practice were made by Kirsten Mullen (Fife College) and Shereif McGregor-Kholeif (University of Glasgow) demonstrating the ambition of each institution to engage with the project. Professor Moira Lafferty followed this with some key updates on the CHANGES project and how this can be delivered virtually to clubs ahead of returning to sport in September. The final part of the session was an inspirational presentation delivered by Sam Winton, founder of Here for Sport – a social enterprise focussed on creating more inclusive communities through sport.

After lunch, delegates were treated to a fantastic panel led by Pam Dewar from sportscotland in conversation with Mel Young and Dougie Samuel. This explored the trio’s involvement in the sport for social change movement, with Mel being the co-founder of the Homeless World Cup and Dougie the current CEO at Spartans Community Football Academy. Collaboration was a key theme in this discussion and with hundreds of sports clubs as part of the SSS community, there is great potential and opportunity to link with community clubs and deliver a bigger social impact. Breakout sessions were then led by participants from sportscotland’s Changing Lives programme, exploring themes of inclusion and purpose!

To finish, no SSS Conference is the same without an inspirational closing keynote, and this year delegates were treated to a Q&A from Craig Burn. Craig has enjoyed a diverse career in sport that has landed him in the role of Director of Strategy, Policy and Impacts for the 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships, which takes place in Scotland. Craig gave us an insight into the challenges and opportunities he’s faced throughout his career and left us excited about future volunteering opportunities with the world championships. In conversation with Stew Fowlie, Craig spoke openly about the need to design sustainability into the delivery of the Championships and how they are working to reduce the carbon footprint of such a huge sporting event.

Thank You

A huge thanks to all our guests, attendees, speakers and contributors for their inspirational and motivational input throughout! The event was a welcome reminder as to how much hard work goes on behind the scenes, up and down the country to ensure that the overall student experience is enhanced through sport and physical activity.

Shout-out to all our SGB partners that attended the event and to Dave Swiss and the team at Precor for their unrivalled support – sponsoring EVERY Conference since 2006!

Finally, well done to all out outgoing sabbatical officers that are leaving this year – you have all done a tremendous job in an unprecedented year. Best of luck for your future endeavours and we hope to keep as many of you in the sporting bubble as possible.

Here is to next year and brighter times ahead!

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Monday 19th April 2021

SSS Conference 2021 | Always Active


Key Information

The SSS Conference will look slightly different this year… Rather than being held in one location only, the SSS Conference will reach every corner of the country and beyond as we bring the tribe together virtually to celebrate 10 Years of Scottish Student Sport.

In an unprecedented year, we are looking forward to the return to sport and a more recognisable way of life. In that respect, we are pleased to announce more details of the 2021 Scottish Student Sport Conference. Having postponed the 2020 event the return of the annual get-together will mark a welcome milestone in the return to normality for the SSS Tribe.

The 2021 event will focus on how student sport can lead the way forward and make significant contributions to the wellbeing of society. With expert contributors from across the world of professional sport, public health, social enterprise and student sport, the SSS Tribe will be challenged and inspired over two action-packed days. Sessions will include high-performance culture, developing active populations and changing lives through sport.

The opening keynote speaker will be Professor Damian Hughes. Damian is the co-host of the High-Performance Podcast and author of several best-sellers including The Barcelona Way and The Winning Mindset. Damian is an international speaker who combines his practical and academic background within sport, organisational development and change psychology, to help organisations and teams to create a high performing culture.

The 2021 Conference will be the most active yet, with a mass participation event aimed at celebrating 10 Years of Scottish Student Sport. We’ll also have contributions from across the Tribe through exclusive special episodes of #SSSPOD.

As part of SSS’ ongoing efforts in sustainability, for every attendee we will plant a tree through Trees for Life. SSS has purchased a grove in the Scottish Highlands and will be able to plant tree’s in the grove for many years to come. Trees for Life’s vision is of a revitalised wild forest in the Highlands of Scotland, providing space for wildlife to flourish and communities to thrive.

The Agenda

📋 Download the full SSS Conference Programme HERE! 

Wednesday 9th June

  • 09.30 – Welcome to SSS Conference
  • 09.45 – Creating a High Performing Culture with Prof. Damian Hughes
  • 12.00 – Get out and active over lunch with Part 1 of a SSS Podcast Special
  • 13.30 – Active Living Panel and Workshop – featuring Andy Mytom, Kim Atkinson and Ross Cunningham
  • 15.30 – BiteSSSize Best Practice – Uni. of Edinburgh Womens Hockey Club
  • 16.00 – An audience with Hannah Rankin, former IBO Super-welterwight World Champion

Thursday 10th June

  • 09.00 – Celebrating 10 Years of SSS – #Timefor10 Active Challenge and Part 2 of the SSS Podcast Special
  • 11.00 – BiteSSSize Best Practice – Here for Sport; CHANGES; Healthy Body Healthy Mind
  • 14.00 – Changing Lives through Sport Panel featuring Mel Young, Pam Dewar and Douglas Samuel
  • 15.00 – Changing Lives Workshop facilitated by sportscotland’s Changemakers
  • 16.30 – Closing Keynote: Craig Burn, Director of Strategy, Policy and Impacts – 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships

The Details

  • The Conference will cost £40 per person to attend for SSS members (£55 for non-members)
  • Sign up HERE!
  • This page will be continually updated as we announce new speakers, workshops and activities in the lead up to conference!
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Thursday 8th October 2020

Check out the second BiteSSSize Best Practice Webinar of the 20/21 season! In line with #WorldMentalHealthDay, this months webinar focussed directly on Mental Health Awareness, Prevention & First Aid. Read all about it and catch-up here!

In the second BiteSSSize Best Practice webinar of 2020/21, SSS joined the conversation in the lead up to World Mental Health Day on October 10th. The latest webinar engaged staff and students from across the Tribe to provide insight and support. Mental Health is an extremely important area of work for SSS – even in a normal year. So it was vital that SSS led the conversation at the start of a new academic year. Former GUSA President Paddy Everingham was welcomed back to SSS and expertly Chaired the webinar which raised awareness of what we mean by mental health, and gave first-hand guidance on how to recognise symptoms and support others. Paddy was joined by Alban Dickson, from the University of Stirling, Scott Newby, MD at NewbyCore, and Sarah Gandon, SSS’ Healthy Body Healthy Mind Project Lead and Coach at the University of Glasgow Netball. This webinar was the latest step taken by SSS to align student sport with the mental health conversation. A revamped Healthy Body Healthy Mind programme has continued to grow since the relaunch in January, and it was recently announced that the funding will continue for the next three years. Additionally in June SSS signed the SAMH charter for physical activity and sport. Mental Health is an extremely important area of work for SSS and we are proud to have contributed to the discussion.

🎥Watch the full webinar here👇

On 12 October,  BUCS are delivering a webinar on mental health and student sport in partnership with Student Minds, which you can sign up for here.

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Wednesday 30th September 2020

SSS are delighted to confirm that the Healthy Body Health Mind programme has secured funding from the Scottish Government for an additional three years! Read the full story here.

Scottish Student Sport and the Scottish Government have agreed a three-year commitment to Healthy Body Healthy Mind, ensuring the project work will continue into 2024.  Alongside ASH Scotland and NUS Scotland, SSS will be working to support Scottish institutions to deliver a campus with physical activity, mental health provision and smoking prevention at its core. The landscape of education is now very different, with student mental health and well-being playing a more critical role than ever to the student experience and wider society. The Healthy Body Healthy Mind programme aims to bring about a positive change to the institutions working towards an award. Working alongside physical activity and smoking prevention we can all improve Scotland’s recovery. To gain a Healthy Body Healthy Mind Award students’ associations, sports unions, colleges and universities must work together on a project that brings about practical changes across the whole institution. These changes include activities that make progress towards smoke-free campuses, improve uptake in sport and recreational programmes, and better signpost student and staff communities to practical support and resources around positive mental wellbeing. The three-year commitment gives institutions the opportunity to work towards their achievements at a pace that works for them. This new flexible and supportive approach has been welcomed by the current cohort of institutions. The aim is to ensure that institutions achieve their level with the support and help of the project team who comprise of SSS, ASH Scotland and NUS Scotland. At the moment, 15 institutions are currently engaged with HBHM, equating to 40% of institutions in Scotland! The door is always open and SSS will always welcome any new sign-ups. More information on HBHM and how to sign up on how to sign can be found here. BACK TO LIST

Thursday 11th June 2020

SSS are delighted to sign the SAMH Charter for Physical Activity and Sport, and we have now put a plan alongside this to support the work further. Find out more about what we are doing to look after our staff.

As one of the original working group to the establishment of the SAMH Charter for Physical Activity and Sport, and being a signatory of the Charter since it’s inception, SSS have created a declaration plan to support this work further. In response to the re-launch of Healthy Body, Healthy Mind, SSS have committed to celebrating the positive work we do at SSS to look after each one another’s mental health and challenge ourselves to improve wherever possible. At present, at SSS we pride ourselves on looking after the health and wellbeing of our staff – from day one inductions to last day goodbyes – we look after our staff. Starting a new job can often be a stressful, nerve-wracking process so we make sure our new staff are warmly welcomed at SSS. Staff inductions often include (along with the operational stuff) a relaxed welcome lunch, giving new starts the opportunity to meet and get to know the rest of the team in an informal environment. Welcome signs, personalised playlists are also SSS favorite to make sure new starts feel comfortable. Facilitating sport and physical activity is core to what we do at SSS, and we make sure these principles are adopted into everyday aspects of our working life too. Walking meetings, allocated time for team physical activity and actively promoting physical activity lunchtime ensures the staff can get a decent break to switch off which studies suggest often leads to improved mental health. We are also very proud to provide an open and flexible working environment where we encourage conversations surrounding mental health, check-in with each other and understand the challenges that one another might face. Over the last few months, this has never been more important so we have introduced a weekly Wellness Survey and continue to support our staff through our daily calls. If a staff member needs some headspace, flexibility around working hours or locations are often accommodated for to suit the individual’s needs. In recent weeks our staff team have completed their mental health awareness training and Nicola Scott, Head of Development has been allocated to champion mental health and be qualified in mental health first aid once courses are back up and running. Appropriate time will be allocated for the mental health champion to fulfill the role alongside their other responsibilities so that the role can be fulfilled effectively.   📝If you would like more information on the SSS SAMH Declaration you can download it here. 📲If your institution would like to sign up for Healthy Body Healthy Mind you can find information on it here. BACK TO LIST

Monday 5th February 2018

 Welcome to the

College Sport Award

The College Sport Award is a self-improvement framework for Colleges that wish to provide physical activity and sport opportunities to their students, staff and communities.

The Award is a key project for us and is part of the work we will do over the coming years as we aim to help build a world-class system for physical activity and student sport.

 'Our College recognises the unique role, value and potential that sport and physical activity has to enhance College life - that's why we are involved in the College Sport Award'

We caught up with our Honorary President, Mr Mark Beaumont, to hear his views and endorsement of the College Sport Award. 

 Framework


Number of Colleges Engaged
0

Any questions? Don't hesitate to ask!


Completing the Award requires a firm commitment from the College and Students Association around planning, staffing and timetabling which will naturally need to be resourced. However, the Award itself - including the staff support time from SSS - is free to sign up to, provided the College is already in membership of Scottish Student Sport.
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Monday 10th April 2017

Awards

The annual Scottish Student Sport Awards, recognizing the highest achieving athletes, coaches and volunteers in Scotland.

Categories

This will be awarded to a male individual for outstanding sporting achievement at the highest level during the 2018-19 season. This can include international performances achieved between 22nd April 2018 and 20th April 2019.

This will be awarded to a female individual for outstanding sporting achievement at the highest level during the 2018-19 season. This can include international performances achieved between 22nd April 2018 and 20th April 2019.

This will be awarded to a team for outstanding sporting achievement at the highest level during the 2018-19 season. This can include international performances achieved between 22nd April 2018 and 20th April 2019.

This award will be awarded to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to student sport by coaching during the 2018-19 season. Good quality coaching; innovative ideas; dedication to the sport; and a drive to continually improve their own skills are features of an outstanding coach.

This will be awarded to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to student sport during the 2018-19 year.  The contribution may be in many forms such as exceptional active or administrative services to a club, college, or university; as a faithful club servant, committee member, leader; officiating; coaching; or purely down to their love of sport. Volunteers purely in a coaching capacity should be nominated for the Coach of the Year award.

This will be awarded to a club that can demonstrate excellence in the 2018-19 season. Increasing memberships, upping participation, innovative projects, developing volunteers, promoting the role of officials; fundraising, community links and involvement in institution activity are just certain elements that would demonstrate excellence.

2017 - 18 Winners

Club of the Year

Edinburgh University Women's Hockey Club

 Female Athlete of the Year

Laura Muir (Athletics) - University of Glasgow

Team of the Year


Edinburgh University Women's Fencing Team

Male Athlete of the Year

Duncan Scott (Swimming) - University of Stirling

Coach of the Year

John Higson (Boat) - The University of Edinburgh

 Volunteer of the Year

Gill Thayne - University of Stirling

2017 - 2018 Healthy Body Healthy Mind

Five Stars

City of Glasgow College

 Four Stars

Dundee & Angus College
University of Dundee
Fife College
West Lothian College

Three Stars

University of Aberdeen
Perth College
University of Stirling

 Two Stars

Edinburgh College
Glasgow Clyde College
University of Glasgow
University of the Highlands and Islands
Queen Margaret University
Scotland's Rural College
South Lanarkshire College

One Star

Border's College
Dumfries & Galloway College
Edinburgh Napier University
Heriot-Watt University
Inverness College
New College Lanarkshire
Robert Gordon University
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
West College Scotland


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Friday 24th June 2016

About Scottish Student Sport

Scottish Student Sport (SSS) was established in June 2011 with the aims of ensuring quality and breadth in well-managed sporting programmes, increasing and promoting involvement in physical activity and aiding and supporting the development of appropriate professional structures and systems throughout sport in Tertiary Education in Scotland.

Who Are We?

Hello and welcome! It’s great to have your interest in Scottish Student Sport (SSS). We are a democratically constituted, innovative, membership organisation, comprising both students and professional staff from colleges and universities across the country. We foster a number of key partnerships – most notably with sportscotland, Scottish Funding Council and British Universities and Colleges Sport – in the delivery of our objectives.

SSS has proved itself to be a key part of the sporting landscape in Scotland. Outward-facing, we engage with key partners, linking effectively with SGBs and other national bodies, and strive to reflect and represent the role which Scotland’s Universities & Colleges can play in the nation’s future health, physical activity and sporting success.

Our aim is to add value to your work and help you realise your ambitions for Physical Activity and Sport. Below you will find our Membership Document, 'Joining The Tribe', and our 2017-21 Strategy. should either document leave you with any queries then please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Meet Our Team

Stew Fowlie

Chief Operating Officer
+44 (0) 7903 891497
stew@scottishstudentsport.com

Ian Lowe

Head of Development
+44 (0)7717 790269
ian@scottishstudentsport.com

Chris Purdie

Head of Competitions
+44 (0) 7921 801649
chris@scottishstudentsport.com

Totty Horn

Business Manager
+44 (0) 7792 895055
totty@scottishstudentsport.com

Gavin Rittoo

Communications Coordinator
+44 (0) 7825 092061
gavin@scottishstudentsport.com

Jess Barrows

Competitions Coordinator
+44 (0) 7399 579 991
jess@scottishstudentsport.com

Eilidh Paterson

Tayside, Fife & Grampian Regional Development Coordinator
+44 (0) 7572 682978
eilidh@scottishstudentsport.com

Neil Rankin

South East Regional Development Coordinator
+44 (0) 7481 866141
neil@scottishstudentsport.com

Megan Richardson

West Regional Development

Coordinator
+44 (0) 7737 120497
megan@scottishstudentsport.com

Leah Davidson

Development & Competitions Assistant
+44 (0) 131 650 9654
leah@scottishstudentsport.com

Sarah Gandon

Healthy Body Healthy Mind Project Officer

+44 (0) 7779 117120
sarah@scottishstudentsport.com

Committees

Minutes

Executive Committee

20/08/2021

2020/2021

Archive

Development Committee

2020/2021

Archive

Competitions Committee

26/08/2021

15/07/2021

2020/2021

Archive

Annual General Meeting/ Annual Accounts

2020/2021

 

Archive


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