Curriculum Confidence Workshops – mix and match your PE CPD to meet the needs of your school

  • Bitesize active workshops will provide ideas, activities, skill development and progressions to ensure staff feel motivated and confident to deliver high quality PE and cross curricular learning.
  • Each practical session will bring learning activities to life including an active classroom in English and Maths.
  • All sessions will reinforce the use of differentiated approaches, explore assessment for learning opportunities, be inclusive and embed technology.
  • Influence the whole school to promote social and emotional wellbeing
  • Schools can invite different members of staff to each session according to the needs of individual teachers and the school as a whole.
  • One session is programmed for each half term to enable delegates to attend a workshop and implement ideas
  • Sessions will be capped at 20 delegates to ensure personalised learning.
  • Workshops to run from 1.30 – 3.15pm for central venue workshops or from 3.30 – 4.45pm for whole staff workshops.
  • Full teaching notes will be provided which includes a set of resource cards for each school for the Lively Literacy and Moving Maths.

Workshop Overview

EYFS / KS1 Fundamental / Movement / Multi Skills / Target Games Dance
  • – Social and emotional wellbeing in children and young people
  • – Develop locomotion, stability and object manipulation skills
  • – Understand the role of gross and fine motor skills within physical activity
  • – Combine skills
  • – Introduce and use a variety of equipment
  • – Manage the practical playground space to include safety and acceptable risk
  • – Sending skills to include rolling for accuracy
  • – Throwing underarm and overarm
  • – Grip, stance, back lift and follow through
  • – Striking and kicking stationary and moving objects
  • Understand body preparation for dance
  • – Explore the five main elements of dance
  • – Generate ideas and develop phrases
  • – Experience working to a count
  • – Understand dynamics within a dance
  • – Explore formations
  • – Understand the importance of performing
  • – Discuss the importance of managing groups within dance
Gymnastics Lively Literacy + Learning Resources
  • – Understand educational gymnastics
  • – Explore the five main moves in gymnastics
  • – Understand the importance of body preparation
  • – Link movements through transitions
  • – Develop sequences
  • – Use apparatus
  • – Discuss the importance of classroom management
  • – Explore fun and active learning opportunities designed to engage learners in securing vital Literacy concepts
  • – Perfect for warm ups – starters – brain breaks – reinforcing key concepts
  • – Ideal for intervention groups
  • – Easily adapted activities
  • – Hands on practical ideas
  • – All schools will receive a hard copy of the Lively Literacy resource cards
Moving Maths + learning resources Outdoor & Adventurous Activities
  • – Explore fun and active learning opportunities designed to engage learners in securing vital maths concepts
  • – Perfect for warm ups – starters – brain breaks – reinforcing key concepts
  • – Ideal for intervention groups
  • – Easily adapted activities
  • – Hands on practical ideas
  • – All schools will receive a hard copy of the Moving Maths resource cards.
  • – Try out team building activities
  • – Work in collaboration with others
  • – Explore pupil led learning
  • – Understand the role of planning and evaluating within a lesson
  • – Identify different ways of exploring the grounds to find clues using technology
Introducing new games and activities into your PE Curriculum
  • – Examples could include: Flag football & Danish longball
  • – Engage all learners with new games and activities within your PE lessons
  • – Ideal for curriculum lessons – fantastic Friday activities – new sports clubs – sports theme weeks.
  • – Learn how to play these simple and engaging new games to embed within your school PE and school sport programme.
EYFS / KS1 Fundamental / Movement / Multi Skills / Target Games
  • – Social and emotional wellbeing in children and young people
  • – Develop locomotion, stability and object manipulation skills
  • – Understand the role of gross and fine motor skills within physical activity
  • – Combine skills
  • – Introduce and use a variety of equipment
  • – Manage the practical playground space to include safety and acceptable risk
  • – Sending skills to include rolling for accuracy
  • – Throwing underarm and overarm
  • – Grip, stance, back lift and follow through
  • – Striking and kicking stationary and moving objects
Dance
  • Understand body preparation for dance
  • – Explore the five main elements of dance
  • – Generate ideas and develop phrases
  • – Experience working to a count
  • – Understand dynamics within a dance
  • – Explore formations
  • – Understand the importance of performing
  • – Discuss the importance of managing groups within dance
Gymnastics
  • – Understand educational gymnastics
  • – Explore the five main moves in gymnastics
  • – Understand the importance of body preparation
  • – Link movements through transitions
  • – Develop sequences
  • – Use apparatus
  • – Discuss the importance of classroom management
Lively Literacy + Learning Resources
  • – Explore fun and active learning opportunities designed to engage learners in securing vital Literacy concepts
  • – Perfect for warm ups – starters – brain breaks – reinforcing key concepts
  • – Ideal for intervention groups
  • – Easily adapted activities
  • – Hands on practical ideas
  • – All schools will receive a hard copy of the Lively Literacy resource cards
Moving Maths + learning resources
  • – Explore fun and active learning opportunities designed to engage learners in securing vital maths concepts
  • – Perfect for warm ups – starters – brain breaks – reinforcing key concepts
  • – Ideal for intervention groups
  • – Easily adapted activities
  • – Hands on practical ideas
  • – All schools will receive a hard copy of the Moving Maths resource cards.
Outdoor & Adventurous Activities
  • – Try out team building activities
  • – Work in collaboration with others
  • – Explore pupil led learning
  • – Understand the role of planning and evaluating within a lesson
  • – Identify different ways of exploring the grounds to find clues using technology
Introducing new games and activities into your PE Curriculum
  • – Examples could include: Flag football & Danish longball
  • – Engage all learners with new games and activities within your PE lessons
  • – Ideal for curriculum lessons – fantastic Friday activities – new sports clubs – sports theme weeks.
  • – Learn how to play these simple and engaging new games to embed within your school PE and school sport programme.

*Course fees are payable in advance. Payment is required upon receipt of invoice. There will be no refunds made for cancellation by the delegate. However, substitutions may be made at any time prior to the start of the course. The PE & Sports Hub reserve the right to cancel the course at anytime should circumstances require this. In this instance, the full fee will be refunded.

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