West Midlands PE and School Sport Conference - Workshops confirmed
afPE, Active Black Country and Sport Birmingham have confirmed workshops.
A one-day conference for PE Subject Leaders, members of the Senior Leadership Team, Business Managers and Governors, providing the latest national updates on the Primary PE and School Sport Premium, sharing best practice, discussing effective use of funding and showcasing practical ideas to support and enhance existing school provision.
We are delighted to confirm that Sue Wilkinson, CEO of afPE will be delivering the Keynote speech and a workshop alongside Active Black Country and Sport Birmingham.
Inspiring more young people to be more active, more often
Sue Wilkinson MBE, CEO, Association for Physical Education
It’s essential that all schools are utilising their Primary PE and School Sport Premium in an effective and sustainable way. Understand the difference between PE, sport and physical activity and learn what your school can do to ensure your pupils can lead healthy, active lives.
Helping your pupils be physically active within and beyond the school day
Tim Aldred, Active Black Country & Sara Harnett, Sport Birmingham
How does your school meet the Chief Medical Officer guidance and help your children achieve 60 minutes of physical activity each day? Understand physical activity trends, good practice guidance, funding opportunities and methods that your school can implement to help all pupils be more active, more often.
The new Primary PE and School Sports Premium reporting requirements
Sue Wilkinson MBE, CEO and Eileen Marchant, Board Member, Association for Physical Education
Is your school in the position to evidence the impact of your Primary PE and School Sport Premium spend, by the April deadline? This interactive workshop leads you through the reporting process and provides you with the tools to help you report effectively, in the line with Government requirements.
Create a sustainable workforce and boost the health and well-being of your pupils on a budget
The Apprenticeship Levy presents many opportunities for schools and with the right training and support, Apprentices can help more children be more active in your school. This workshop dispels some of the myths, shares good practice and helps your school identify ways to best use it’s Levy pot.
Using active learning to promote whole school development
Andrew Stanton (QTS), Aspire Sports
Building on existing practice, this workshop helps you understand how physical activity and sport can be used to boost confidence and attainment in maths. You will be introduced to a variety of practical activities that can be implemented in your school to create memorable learning experiences for your children.
The Benefits of Active Learning in Schools - Welford Primary School
Apprenticeships and whole school impact - Billesley Primary School
Enhancing Teachers' confidence and knowledge in PE - All Saints CE Primary School
Book by the 8th February for our early booking discount of £25 (ex VAT) per person.
Friday 23rd March 2018
9.00am - 4.00pm
(Lunch and refreshments provided)
Limited to just 60 delegates
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The MAC Birmingham
Cannon Hill Park, Queen's Ride, Birmingham B12 9QH