PE Consultancy and Training

We are delighted to have Steve Busby (Bed Hons Human Movement and NPQH) working as a PE consultant for the PE and Sports Hub. Steve’s work is energetic and innovative as he seeks to support schools in providing children with the skills for them to become genuinely physically literate with skills of creativity, anticipation, resilience, decision making and teamwork to support their physical abilities.

With 13 years of experience as a Primary Head teacher and a degree in Human Movement Steve understands the enormous benefits an outstanding  PE curriculum can bring to children’s health and well-being; their self-esteem and confidence and the extra energy and vitality it brings to their academic work. Steve passionately believes that in successful schools PE plays an integral role in whole school development and has a high profile.
Steve has a passion for helping colleagues develop outstanding practice in their curriculum and assessment and for maximising opportunities for children to participate and compete in school sport. He also believes in a curriculum that provides opportunities for children to lead, to inspire and to reflect.

Steve ‘s experience of leading PE in both the primary and secondary sector allied to his years of experience as Head teacher of two primary schools means that he has  a thorough understanding of what outstanding PE looks like. He has recent experience of an HMI inspection looking specifically at Sports Premium funding
Please do get in touch if you feel that Steve can support you in moving your PE to Outstanding.

Consultancy

Steve is happy to tailor a day to the needs of the school but a typical day’s consultancy would look like this:

  • 8.30-9.15am Analyse staff audit (this will be sent to the school beforehand) and plan any CPD arising.
  • 9.15-11am Self -evaluation and audit.
  • 11-12.15pm Curriculum and assessment.
  • 12.30-1pm Pupil Voice.
  • 1-2pm Formulate/refine PE action plan and Sports Premium Grant reports.
  • 2-2.30 Joint lesson observation.
  • 2.30-2.45pm Discuss observation with coordinator
  • 2.45- 3.30 Formulate report to include observations and recommendations.

Other options can include;

  • Consulting with parents and governors on how best to spend Sports Premium Grant
  • Assisting with Quality Mark applications
  • National Lottery applications
  • Apparatus plans for gymnastics.
  • Risk assessments specific to Physical Education.

Level 5 and 6 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education and Subject Leadership

The Level 5 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education Specialism is a recognised qualification that aims to upskill primary school teachers, higher level teaching assistants and teaching assistants with extensive experience (experience across year groups and pupil groups) to improve the overall delivery of the physical education curriculum within primary schools. On successful completion of this qualification, delegates will be able to assist in raising the standards within primary school physical education teaching.

The qualification teaches delegates how to understand the requirements of the primary school physical education curriculum, the links between the principles of pedagogy and child development and how using a range of activities can impact on ‘good or better’ teaching and learning within primary school physical education.

Delegates will also learn how to develop plans for units of work that cover the primary school physical education curriculum and that use assessment to impact on learning and progress. Delegates will deliver, teach, evaluate and review the plans for units of work and will learn how to use the outcomes of the unit of work to inform future planning.

Practical Twilight Sessions

We run a regular monthly CPD session aimed at giving teachers practical ideas to support their teaching of PE in various areas of the curriculum. These sessions are localised and delivered after school for teachers easily attend, receive some valuable skills to take back to school along with some useful resources.

These sessions currently run in Trafford and Stockport, please contact us for more information on the next session.

Training

Steve leads on the SCITT course for the Primary PGCE course in Physical Education for the Dean Trust as well as running the Sports Leaders level 5 course for The PE and Sports Hub. He also leads courses for the Youth Sports Trust and CPD for teachers in all aspects of PE, each week in Trafford and Stockport.

Steve can offer practical and theoretical sessions or a combination of the two for whole or part inset days, twilights or staff meetings. Where schools want a mixture of practical and theory Steve can lead  on, ‘What Outstanding PE looks like’ which looks at teaching and learning and uses video analysis.

He also does inset sessions on Progression in skills, using AFL and differentiation and inclusion.
Steve will offer practical sessions in all areas of PE from EYFS to the end of KS2- Fundamental Movement Skills, Multi skills, dance, gymnastics, Outdoor and Adventurous Activities, Invasion games, Strike and Field games and Net/ Wall games.

Handouts are always provided and sessions are always fun and practical in nature.

Fees

Inset day £350 for a full day/ £190 for half a day
Staff twilight £160 (2 hours)
Staff meet £100 (I hour)
CPD session in Stockport and Trafford – £20 per session. Phone ahead to book.

 

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