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COVID 19 – Interpreting Government Advice in the PE setting

22May

COVID 19 – Interpreting Government Advice in the PE setting

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Returning to school Many teachers have contacted us for guidance on delivering PE once schools return.  We take our responsibility […]

Prime Minister is determined to get people to be healthier

15May

Prime Minister is determined to get people to be healthier

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The Prime Minister is determined to use the coronavirus pandemic to get people to be healthier and is said to […]

Reflections on Association for Physical Education Webinar

21Apr

Reflections on Association for Physical Education Webinar

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On the 9th April I logged into my first of a series of AfPE free webinars, led by Steve Caldecott […]

10 garden activity ideas for children

23Mar

10 garden activity ideas for children

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As we see how the next few weeks and months play out, more and more of us will be working […]

Tokyo 2020 could be postponed to end of year

03Mar

Tokyo 2020 could be postponed to end of year

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Japan’s Olympic minister says the Tokyo 2020 Games could be postponed from the summer until later in the year amid […]

Primary school children banned from heading in football training

24Feb

Primary school children banned from heading in football training

News

Primary school children have been banned from heading in football training in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland. The Football Associations […]

Sport leaders unite over PE

20Nov

Sport leaders unite over PE

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The open letter, published on Tuesday, has been signed by the chief executives of major sports governing bodies and charities, […]

Curriculum Map for PE

09Oct

Curriculum Map for PE

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A PE curriculum map is a way of recording and tracking what you are teaching and when.  A curriculum plan […]

Moving PE Forward with a New Partnership

27Sep

Moving PE Forward with a New Partnership

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Today we are delighted to announce a new partnership with Aspire Sports. This partnership will help Aspire continue to deliver […]

Longer lunchtimes can increase pupils’ health

16Sep

Longer lunchtimes can increase pupils’ health

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“Schools are being advised to increase the length of their lunch breaks so that children have enough time to exercise, socialise […]

Sport leaders call for more cash to boost children’s exercise

17Jul

Sport leaders call for more cash to boost children’s exercise

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”The leaders of more than 30 top sporting organisations have called on the government to commit more money to improve […]

Joe Wicks and BBC Children In Need team up

09Jul

Joe Wicks and BBC Children In Need team up

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BBC Children In Need have teamed up with Joe Wicks.  Joe is the new Schools Ambassador and is about to […]