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Keeping Play In PE
Teacher and children on the playground

28May

Keeping Play In PE

Blog

“We spend the first year of a child’s life teaching it to walk and talk and the rest of its […]

Teaching skill: How to get the most out of your students

04Sep

Teaching skill: How to get the most out of your students

Blog

Many PE and after-school clubs are fun and help keep children active. Ofsted recently highlighted some areas for development in […]

Assessing in PE

10Sep

Assessing in PE

Blog

Assessment of pupils within PE has always been a highly debated subject. There are many diverse views from teachers, Headteachers, […]

Change your PE Lessons in 4 Steps

12Nov

Change your PE Lessons in 4 Steps

Blog

The STEP framework in PE was developed to support teaching and learning. Using STEP is an easy to use approach […]

Should PE be a Core subject?

29May

Should PE be a Core subject?

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“Almost two thirds of respondents “strongly or tended” to agree that PE should be a core subject in the national […]

National School Sport Week

27Jun

National School Sport Week

News

This week has been YST National School Sport Week National School Sport Week will run from the 24th to 28th June […]

Strong girls become strong women through sport

02Jul

Strong girls become strong women through sport

News

”Schools are poised to be the most influential actors in the fight for recognition of women in sport, encouraging girls […]

The health and wellbeing of a generation of young people across the UK is in decline.

04Jul

The health and wellbeing of a generation of young people across the UK is in decline.

News

“There is significant evidence to support the critical role of play, sport and physical education in increasing physical and mental […]

Keeping Play In PE
Teacher and children on the playground

28May

Keeping Play In PE

Blog

“We spend the first year of a child’s life teaching it to walk and talk and the rest of its […]

Teaching skill: How to get the most out of your students

04Sep

Teaching skill: How to get the most out of your students

Blog

Many PE and after-school clubs are fun and help keep children active. Ofsted recently highlighted some areas for development in […]

Assessing in PE

10Sep

Assessing in PE

Blog

Assessment of pupils within PE has always been a highly debated subject. There are many diverse views from teachers, Headteachers, […]

Change your PE Lessons in 4 Steps

12Nov

Change your PE Lessons in 4 Steps

Blog

The STEP framework in PE was developed to support teaching and learning. Using STEP is an easy to use approach […]