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Increased confidence, knowledge and skill of all staff in teaching PE / Sport

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Continuing Professional Development

To find out more about the Government Approved Level 5/6 PE specialism click the image above.


North Yorkshire Inclusive School Sports Partnership are delighted to be going into Partnership with Create Development to host:

A real PE Community of Learning - 3 Days of High Quality CPD

Real PE is a unique, child-centred approach that transforms how we teach PE to engage and challenge EVERY child. It is delivered through an online Learning platform with video links to progressive Fundamental movement skills and fun and age-appropriate activities to apply the skills.

Click on the link for more info Inclusive real PE - Poppleton, York

Dates

Day 1 - November 26th, 2018 / Day 2 - 28th January 2019 / Day 3 - March 11th, 2019

Cost - £555 + Vat (Including 1 year group curriculum resource & additional Interactive materials)

Day 1 - An Overview of the real PE program and philosophy. A blend of inclusive Fundamental movement skills and a focus on the whole child.

Day 2 - Exploring healthy Competition with a focus on children with Autism and Whole School approach to PE

Day 3 - Delivering Fundamental movement skills through stories, songs, and games with Sensory layering. Personalising and Embedding real PE delivery in school.

Please complete this Booking form to secure your place


The Swaledale Alliance have organised a number of CPD courses to take place this academic year. The courses can be accessed by schools outside the Alliance.

To book your place(s) or for more information on any of the courses, please contact Leo in the Alliance office info@swaledalealliance.org


For more information and to book visit - Questr


Online Learning Webinars

North Yorkshire Sport have planned a series of professional learning webinars to support the delivery of School Sport and wider aspects of sport and activity throughout the academic year. There will be a series of webinars focusing specifically on School Sport that will be a facilitated by a range of PE and School Sport professionals.

To see what's available so far follow the link - YHLearning


Sport Coaches

Coaches are different from teachers (however it is recognised that some teachers will have expertise in some sports) in that they have detailed knowledge, understanding, qualifications and experience in specific sports. When coaches complement teachers (where they feel they need support), outstanding outcomes can be achieved by using their technical knowledge and skills.

For further information on use of coaches

https://www.ukcoaching.org/resources/downloadables/how-should-coaches-be-used-in-schools

http://www.saferchildrenyork.org.uk/Downloads/CYC-Sports-Coaches-In-Schools-Guidance-Final.pdf


North Yorkshire and York PE Lead Network

North Yorkshire Sport have established a new Primary PE leads network.

Meetings will take place on a termly basis bringing together PE leads to discuss issues and share best practice. The network will have agendas that can be tailored to current need but will cover issues such as engaging SLT, meeting government requirements, utilising sports coaches, making the premium sustainable etc.

For more information and to sign up visit our PE Leads Web Page


Yorkshire PE Awards

For schools who are doing fantastic work in this area, why not apply for the Yorkshire PE Awards

Schools which can demonstrate the impact of the grant on pupils when increasing confidence, competence or qualifications of school staff including teachers, teaching assistants, lunch time supervisors, coaches, governors or parents.

This could include:

  • on or off site training
  • professional training for whole staff, a targeted group or individuals

Website Publication

As part of the funding agreement schools are required to publish their up to date funding plan on their schools website. There are many key components this must include and whilst a template is provided schools may present this in any way they wish providing they include the key information.

Please follow the link for the DfE commissioned website reporting template