Upcoming Outstanding Physical Education Training:
To book your place on a Val Sabin Outstanding Physical Education Training course please contact us on 01604 580974 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NB. Inset options are available for Outstanding Physical Education Training. These courses also have credits towards Level 5 Qualification. Learn more about Level 5 qualification.
Outstanding Physical Education Training Objectives (1 day course):
- To understand the nature and content of Outstanding PE.
- To recognise the interconnectivity of skills and have confidence to deliver them.
The Building Blocks to quality Physical Education. Essential PE CPD for all. The what, where, how and when of teaching curriculum Physical Education.
This course will cover what all pupils should be able to do, know and understand in each group. It shows what you should be teaching pupils and how to achieve Outstanding Physical Education.
Through the course you will be able to recognise the nature of progressive development and ways of presenting core skills. The course will practically illustrate this and enable you to experience how this is delivered in PE through Dance, Gymnastics, Athletics and Games.
The Outstanding Physical Education Training course will help you to ensure that the teaching you provide is comprehensive, progressive and challenging with account taken of the capability and potential of the pupils.
The course will cover how you use the Building Blocks for PE to plan your long term curriculum maps, medium term plans and schemes as well as looking at individual lessons to ensure progress in all pupils.
Also included is how to develop fundamental skills which build physical flexibility, capability and automaticity of movement, coordination, agility, strength, stamina, speed and power. These are elements of physical fluency which is at the heart of Physical Literacy.
It will show how confidence and competence in physical activity and sport is achieved through developing individual physical literacy and then engaging pupils in a range of co-operative and competitive opportunities including individual, pair, group or team challenges.
Such challenges can then be processed logically according to competency, self-awareness and awareness of others into adapted games and situations before more formal face-to-face competitive situations and introduced both in lessons and in out-of-school activities.
This is a practical based course, a must for all those involved in delivering curriculum Physical Education including teachers, suitably qualified coaches, teaching assistants and cover supervisors.
This course can be delivered as a Primary School course to cover Reception, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 or to focus on specific Key Stages or age groups covering:
- Key Stage 1
- Key Stage 2
- Key Stage 3
Opportunities are available to deliver this as an inset for individual schools and to make it bespoke for their needs.
- Reception, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Teachers
- PE Co-ordinators
- Teaching Assistants and HLTA’s
- Secondary PE teachers