This workshop will explore and challenge the key steps to an effective Primary PE curriculum. From a clear vision where we understand the needs and desired outcomes for our pupils through to appropriate teaching approaches and a relevant PE curriculum. Teachers will identify key strategies to take back into school to embed PE and activity in the heart of the school.
Explore curriculum models to help all children progress, learn and enjoy PE
Do you want to learn more about mindfulness? Join Jo Bradley from Learnful, a mental and emotional well-being practitioner. This workshop explores the positive effects of a regular mindfulness practice on the mental well-being of children, young people and their educators. This workshop also provides simple practical tips to help class teachers embed mindful habits and calm classroom environments during COVID-19.
Why do some people appear more resilient in the face of adversity than others?
What can schools do to promote ‘protective factors’ that help strengthen wellbeing for everyone?
Does optimism really have life-changing effects, and is it really something that can be learned?
If physical activity plays an important role in resilience (it does!) then what are the creative ways in which schools can encourage high engagement with physical activity—especially amongst the most reluctant pupils?
This session will provide an overview of the Ofsted EIF and the implications and opportunities this presents for PE. We’ll reflect on your current curriculum, in terms of intent, implementation and impact and delve into the deep dive process to best prepare you and your school to position PE as a leading subject of impact.