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Healthy Pupils Capital Programme

On 28 February, the DfE announced a new initiative called the Healthy Pupils Capital Programme. Money is to be handed to Local Authorities and larger Academy Trusts for one off capital build projects.  It will be the job of these bodies to distribute funding to support improving facilities in schools across England. Funding for schools […]

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Illustration resources to help teach PE more confidently

Background When we started the PE Hub it was with one mission, to transfer ideas from our head to yours!  On March 1st I’m heading back in to the school where I was first given the idea for The PE Hub.  I was delivering athletics CPD for primary teachers and at the end I was […]

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Equipping pupils for high quality PE

What’s in your PE cupboard? There is nothing I love more than a well organised, well stocked PE cupboard! Over the years, I’ve taught a lot of PE in a lot of different schools and you can tell a lot about an establishment by their PE equipment!! One of the things I am asked most […]

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Wet weather PE Lesson

I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you just how unpredictable our weather is these days.  It helps if you can be prepared for a wet weather PE lesson.  Just last week I was in one of our Birmingham schools supporting a year 5 tennis lesson, many of the children had little experience with […]

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Paralympics GB legacy

What a wonderful summer of sport we had with the Olympics and the huge success of Team GB and now we are now well in to week 1 of the Paralympics! There’s no doubt we are on track with ParaGB having 47 Gold medals (as I write!). The opportunities for disabled people have sky rocketed in […]

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