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Evidencing the impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium

The increase in the Primary PE and Sports Premium funding has been widely reported.  More money ‘great’ I hear you say!  But you can be sure that this comes with added responsibility.  Keeping up with the most recent changes and what you are required to do as a school is not easy. Just last week […]

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Obesity in children rising globally

It’s widely acknowledged that obesity in children is on the rise, not only nationally, but globally. Experts identify that obese children are more likely to become obese adults, increasing the risk of health problems throughout adult life. The World Health Organisation (WHO) predict a generation at greater risk of diseases, such as diabetes. How schools […]

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Sample PE Lesson Plans – 7

For the past month you’ve been able to access for free on The PE Hub as sample plans the following: Physical Literacy Dance Rounders Athletics Today we are sharing Reception Gymnastics, Year 2 Attack, Defend, Shoot (invasion games), Year 4 Handball, Year 5 Outdoor and Adventurous Activities and an advanced swimming lesson plan. Reception – […]

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NQT’s, Initial Teacher Training and PE – Part 2

In the second part of our two part blog on initial teacher training, we look at some simple steps to ensure you have everything you need to make a success of teaching PE in your early career, regardless of your previous training.  We look at The role of your PE coordinator Planning and preparing External […]

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NQT’s, Initial Teacher Training and PE – Part 1

It was over 10 years ago, that I fulfilled my dream of training to be a secondary school PE teacher.  Little did I know that I would spend the greatest amount of my time in primary education and ultimately, find my true passion.  However, I feel that if initial teacher training (ITT) for primary teachers […]

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