National Qualification: Leadership & Management in PE in Primary Schools (QRF – Level 4)
National Professional Qualification in Primary PE
This course is, in our opinion, essential for all those school staff who are fulfilling (or about to fill) the vital role of PE subject leader. Providing dedicated time, expertise, whole school improvement, advocacy and collaborative, sustained CPD; this course allows YOU to formulate an effective, bespoke plan to deliver high quality PE to ALL pupils. It provides YOU with a national qualification at the same time as supporting YOU to develop high quality PE in your school! A perfect use of the PE & Sport Premium funding, evidencing impact and embedding PE at the heart of school life. From Intent, to Implementation this course is completely designed to deliver Impact and to help you evidence it, build upon it and sustain it.
This course is also available as a 1:1 delivered option in YOUR school anywhere in the country. We come to YOU and deliver the same full national qualification but in your school 1:1. Click HERE for more information and to book.
We are an afPE Business Associate and our Director, Martin Radmore is a former county PE adviser, afPE validator and national award winner – ‘Influence & Advocacy’. Engage with VisionED with confidence! We only do Primary PE as we are passionate about making a difference. This course has been completed by over 350 PE coordinators and was written and developed by Martin with Gateway Qualifications – one of the UK’s leading awarding bodies.
This course is organised and in partnership with St. Malachy’s RC Primary, Manchester.
“We have worked with Martin to develop our PE provision and we are excited to be able to offer this opportunity to gain from his expertise to other primary schools in the Manchester area. We strongly believe that every primary school needs to have a capable and qualified LEADER of PE. This national qualification provides just that!”
It gives you all the tools by which to help drive systemic change in your school, create a common shared rationale for the importance of PE and physical activity in your school (supporting ‘Active Learning’) and provides the leadership to help you aspire to achieving the Association for PE’s Quality Mark Award for your school. The portfolio of evidence approach ensures that you have a very detailed understanding of your school’s standards, pupil achievement, progress and attainment supported all the way by an experienced, knowledgeable and passionate tutor.
Embedding the outcomes of new education inspection framework (EIF 2019) along with making the vital links with mandatory Health Education (2020) ensure that PE in YOUR school is relevant, reflects the needs of YOUR pupils and their community.
Make sure your schools curriculum intent is delivered through an engaging PE curriculum which makes an impact upon ALL pupils. This course also complies, compliments and delivers the outcomes required of the PE and sport premium funding.
Upskill and empower your colleagues and your school!
- Able to plan an engaging & compelling curriculum for ALL learners
- Able to monitor standards of teaching, pupil engagement, participation and progress
- Provide detailed reports (e.g. PE Premium / Governors)
- Able to support colleagues to raise standards
- Able to drive a strong ethos of high quality PE
- Able to audit resources – both physical and human
- Have in place up to date risk assessments, policies and procedures
- Able to ensure PE makes a significant contribution to whole school improvement & impact of PE & sport premium
- Lead developments and initiatives to extend, enhance, enable and engage targeted groups
- Monitor equity and ensure inclusive practice
Watch one of learners recommend the programme!
Qualification Level: National Qualification (RQF) – Certificate at Level 4
Qualification No. 601/2745/4
Venue: St. Malachy’s RC Primary School, Eggington Street, Manchester. M40 7RG
“It’s getting me to think about PE and the school in the bigger picture”
Karen Partridge (Norfolk Primary) 2019 Cohort
“Well organised and presented. All the tasks and info are highly relevant to the role of PE leader and have real practical application. Martin is very knowledgeable, helpful and approachable”
Michael Woodhams (Norfolk Primary) 2019 Cohort
“It gives any PE leader more confidence to really lead PE’
Ashley Carver (Suffolk Primary) 2019 Cohort
“Beneficial to ALL involved in PE Leadership!”
Ollie Winram (Suffolk Primary) 2019 Cohort