19 April 2018, The Drum at Wembley, London

football-pitch

 09:00 - 09:45

Registration & refreshments

09:45 – 10:00
Chair’s Introduction

Chair’s Introduction and Welcome

10:00 – 10:30
Whole-School Priority

PE as a whole-school priority in supporting a healthy and active lifestyle

Ensure all staff understand the importance and wider benefits of PE and work together with your SLT to maximise time

Plus, take away our guide on putting PE at the heart of the curriculum

Lorraine Cale, Professor of Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, Loughborough University

10:30 – 11:10
Participation

New, proven and adaptable games and activities to capture the interest of all students, increase participation and create inclusive PE lessons

11.10 - 11.20

Q&A

11:20 – 11:50

Morning refreshments

11.50 - 12.40

Streamed Sessions 1

Primary Stream

Secondary Stream

Primary & Secondary Stream

1A 1B 1C
Development - Primary Extra Curriculum - Secondary Facilities

Know how to rapidly develop pupils’ physical literacy to combat the lower level of skills with which they are entering the school

Jo Lentall, Teacher and Sports Leader, Brockwell Junior School (2017 Youth Sport Trust Outstanding Primary School Award)

 

Know how to lead exciting and inclusive extra curricular activities with limited funding whilst manageing increasing workloads

Sean Perrotton, Head of Sixth Form, Chase High School

Gain practical and adaptable strategies for leading engaging PE lessons and activities with limited facilities and space

12:40 – 13:40

Lunch

13:40 – 14:10

Parents & Families 

Work effectively with all parents to create a healthy lifestyle

Know how to engage parents and highlight the importance of physical activity to ensure students are healthy and active outside of school

Gain access to our plan for getting students physically active outside of school

Gary Palmer, Specialist Adviser - Children and Young People, London Sport

14:10 - 14:20 Q&A
14:20 - 15:10 Streamed Sessions 2

2A 

2B 

2C

Staff Training - Primary Motivation - Secondary Competitions

Gain proven training techniques to increase staff confidence in delivering PE and motivate staff to lead engaging lessons

Chris Price, KS1 and PE Coordinator, Scotholme Prinary School

           

New, proven strategies to motivate students and increase engagement in secondary school PE, sports and activities

New ideas and ways to organise inner-school competitions and work with local schools to deliver competitions which are inclusive to students at all levels

           Andrew Mason, Head of PE and Amy Larner, PE Teacher, Wrights Robinson College (2017 Youth Sport Trust Outstanding Secondary School Award)

15:10 - 15:30

Afternoon refreshments

15:30 - 16:20

Streamed Sessions 3

3A 3B 3C

Assessment - Primary

GCSE - Secondary

Girls

How to create a structured method of assessment and track pupil progress and activity across the school

Andrew Frapwell, National Subject Lead for Assessment, Association for Physical Education (afPE) 

Practical strategies to manage the increasing theory areas of GCSE PE and deliver the theory in an engaging way

Kirk Bizley, Course Leader Secondary PGCE PE, Bath Spa University

Gain techniques to engage girls in PE and encourage them to participate in sports and extra curricula activities

Plus, take away our strategies for getting girls active 

Gary Palmer, Specialist Adviser - Children and Young People, London Sport

16:20

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