Moving PE Forward with a New Partnership

Today we are delighted to announce a new partnership with Aspire Sports. This partnership will help Aspire continue to deliver their high-quality service delivery to hundreds of schools. The award-winning sports education company will also utilise our online PE planning hub to boost the skills and confidence of teaching staff that engage with their industry leading mentoring programme, PE Curriculum Support (PECS).

Mim Telfer, Co-Founder of The PE Hub commented “We are delighted to be working in Partnership with Aspire Sports to move forward our shared vision of creating a lifelong love of physical activity in children.  Through working together, we can increase our impact on the PE and School Sport landscape and play our part in supporting sustainable improvements to the quality of Physical Education.”

Aspire and The PE Hub are Association for Physical Education Business Associates and our resources and services are recognised by their Professional Development Board as approved providers. This partnership will benefit all Aspire team members who will have access to high-quality content that has been designed by teachers.

“Aspire are very excited to launch a new relationship with The PE Hub. As Birmingham based businesses, we’ve known each other for some time now. It’s clear that our vision for the sector is perfectly aligned and we will help each other move PE forwards.” says Paul Griffiths, Director at Aspire Sports.

“There’s a physical inactivity crisis. We know active children do better and we know that the first ten years of a child’s life provides a critical window for creating a lifelong commitment to physical activity. Exposing children to high-quality PE lessons is a very important part of primary school life.”

About The PE Hub

The PE Hub give schools and teachers exclusive access to high-quality teaching content. Every single PE lesson we create is designed with the teacher in mind. Our lesson plans span an immense breadth of content across all the key stages, easily covering the recommended 2 hours of PE each week for children in primary schools nationally.

The PE Hub is an online PE information hub, designed for teachers, by teachers.  The PE Hub is leading the way as the trusted source of PE knowledge in the market. Our library of pre- planned lessons and films is designed to support anyone wanting to teach PE better.  We eliminate time consuming planning, make PE lesson mastery easier to achieve, and create more engaging and rewarding lessons for pupils.

By supporting schools with the knowledge, resources and tools their teachers need to master PE lesson delivery – and by constantly evolving the services and materials we offer – we aim to help elevate PE to a more central place in schools and in the national curriculum. That’s what we mean by moving PE forward.

About Aspire Sports

Today’s children may be the first generation to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents. Aspire is on a mission to change that.

We know active children do better and we know that the first ten years of a child’s life provides a critical window for creating a lifelong commitment to physical activity. Simply, if physical activity were a pill, doctors would be rushing to prescribe it!

Aspire do not prescribe magic pills. Instead, we inspire children to be physically active with services and resources that customers recommend, team members are proud of and organisations want to collaborate on.

Established in 2005, Aspire currently work with tens of thousands of children each week delivering a range of programmes to primary schools. The company also deliver training to teaching staff as well as providing high quality apprenticeship opportunities to the physical activity workforce. Recently they have collaborated with like-minded sports coaching organisations around the country to enhance the impact of their physically active learning programme, Maths on the Move. At present, 25 companies have purchased a licence to deliver this unique programme and they expect this to reach 40 within the next 12 months.

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