1 – Primary Premium for New PE Subject Leads
Sarah Barrett – Physical Activity and Sports Specialists (PASS)
Sarah works alongside PE subject leads and classroom teachers developing subject knowledge, skills and confidence to deliver high quality PE lessons and targeted physical activity and sport projects. Sarah’s briefing will cover the primary sport premium, funding guidance, accountability and ideas to take back to the classroom.
2 – Curriculum Design
Rich Little – Canterbury Christ Church University
Rich has undertaken a number of roles within the education sector including Director of PE, Assistant Head Teacher and PE Advisor for Kent County Council. Now a Senior Lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University, Rich’s briefing will provide you with information around curriculum planning, leadership and problem solving.
3 – Active Lives Survey and Healthy Schools Rating Scheme
Daniel Bromley – Kent Sport
Daniel works on various projects within the Kent Sport team, including the Active Lives survey which contributes towards Sport England’s national physical activity data. This session will explain how taking part in the survey demonstrates to Ofsted the impact you are having on pupils’ activity levels and mental wellbeing, and how data collected contributes to your school achieving the new ‘Healthy School’ status.
4 – Kent Active Rainbow – How to become an Active School
Julia Youens – Take Pride CIC
The Kent Active Rainbow Challenge invites schools and teachers to contribute to their students’ need for the nationally-recommended 60 minutes of physical activity a day while simultaneously teaching and reinforcing academic concepts. This fun and interactive session delivers practical tools and activities that promote movement integration, classroom physical activity breaks and active learning.
5 – PE , the new Ofsted Framework and Mental Health; Making the Links
Sharon Denney – Blueprint Consultancy
Sharon is an ex-local authority PE adviser and is now working part-time as an independent consultant and primary school SENCo/teacher of PE. Her briefing will offer an insight into the work she is doing at a local primary school, integrating PE, PSHE and SEND provision to support personal, social and emotional development, with a focus on mental health.