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Getting to Grips with Physical Education in the Primary School

Course Details

This course will take into account changes within the physical education National
Curriculum which includes planning for progression from Early Goals through to the end
of key stage attainment targets.

There will also be reference to the Physical Education and School Sport Premium for
primary schools and effectiveness of this spending in line with Ofsted. It will also focus on
expected outcomes, impact and sustainability of this funding.

The course will address the crucial role that physical education plays right across
curriculum and how it impacts on whole school improvement.

Course Participants will:

Be aware of the purpose, aims and content of the Primary National Curriculum for
physical education.
Be able to assess without using levels
Be aware of expected outcomes, impact and sustainability of the Physical Education
and School Sport Premium funding and how to record it.
Be able to see the impact that physical education has on whole school improvement...
Course Date Wed 13 Jul
Duration 10:00 - 15:30
Location Wakefield
Venue Address YPO, 41 Industrial Park, Wakefield, WF2 0XE
Target Audience ?? Primary school head teachers, subject leaders.

?? Also governors, primary staff and any PE professionals in the sector.
Lunch 12:30 - 13:15
Price £120
Voucher Value £95

Course Tutor

Eileen has been
involved in physical
education for many
years. She trained as a secondary
teacher and started her teaching
career in London before moving north
where she was an advisory teacher in
Huddersfield. She has worked across all
phases both as a provider of continuing
professional development and a school
improvement officer in Kirklees. She
is an Ofsted team inspector and has
undertaken over forty inspections.
Eileen is a former President and
honoured member of the British
Association of Advisers and Lecturers
in Physical Education and was their
General Secretary until the Association
dissolved in 2004. She was Policy
Adviser in afPE until the end of 2005
when she joined their National College
for CPD as a Senior Project Officer.
She is a national trainer and delivers
numerous Professional Learning
opportunities in afPE’s Professional
Support Unit including High Quality
Teaching and Learning, High Quality
Leadership and Physical Education
Awareness for Adults Supporting