Go from assisting high-quality primary school PE to leading it.
By completing the Level 6 Award in Primary School Physical Education Subject Leadership.
An effective and sustainable use of the PE and Sport Premium, the degree level qualification is run over two days and on successful completion, delegates will be able to lead and deliver sustainable, high quality primary school physical education as a PE subject leader.
Benefit from accessible learning as Level 6 goes virtual! Being a remote course, you can access learning from wherever you choose, all you need is wifi.
What are the course objectives?
To improve the leadership and management of the delivery of the physical education curriculum within primary schools.
To enable subject leaders to support and upskill other team members.
What will you gain?
- Understand the role and responsibilities of a primary school PE subject leader
- Be able to determine the quality of PE provision in a primary school
- Be able to design a targeted strategy to develop an aspect of primary school PE provision
- Be able to lead the implementation of a targeted strategy to develop a specified aspect of the primary school PE provision
- Be able to review and revise a targeted strategy to increase sustainability of ‘good or better’ primary school PE teaching and learning
Who is the course for?
- QTS status with Level 5 qualification
What does the course cover?
Leading sustainable development within primary school physical education
How long is the course?
2 days of online video sessions
What are the key outcomes?
- Guaranteed to increase delegates’ confidence, competence and PE subject knowledge
- Proven to raise standards across the curriculum and contribute to whole school improvement
What's the cost?
Remember that your Primary PE and School Sport Premium is an effective and sustainable way to pay for this qualification.
When is it running?
Delivered online over two days, the next course is running on 20th October 2020 and 10th February 2021.
What do professionals say?
To hear the perspectives of delegates, headteachers and tutors, in addition to the national perspective click here.
For more information, you can call Dan Hays on 0330 223 2956 or contact us using the form below.