Impactful, sustainable development to empower your staff
This twilight is designed specifically for those schools lacking confidence in using and teaching curriculum Gymnastics with the large apparatus (e.g. wall-bars). It provides a proven, robust safety framework as well as optimising pupil progress. It improves Confidence, Knowledge, Skills & Competence of staff in line with Key Indicator 3 of PE & Sport Premium requirements as well as making effective use of some of your most expensive PE resources.
It’s all about getting the very best for your pupils – increasing participation, activity levels, progress, engagement and ENJOYMENT!
This Twilight INSET provides an ideal support package for teachers who want to develop a better understanding of the potential for learning for ALL within gymnastics – how to plan, teach and assess progress, especially on large apparatus.
Contact us to discuss your specific needs and dates: email@example.com Please note travel expenses may be charged as we are increasingly delivering this course across other areas of UK.
Resources, planning and assessment are covered along with how to teach for ALL rather than the few that may go onto compete in a School Games event or similar competition. The safe, effective use and deployment of YOUR apparatus is covered in detail along with safety, progression and skill development. Core skills, core knowledge and understanding make this a must for any school whose staff do not feel confident in the use of apparatus or the teaching of gymnastics.
‘Thank you! A great course, I learnt so much and it will have an immediate impact on my teaching’
Lewis Wilkins – Hethersett Junior School
‘Excellent! Very well presented, fun, enjoyed it!’ – East Harling Primary School, Norfolk.
‘Very helpful – came away with lots of great ideas to apply like how to get the children to move equipment correctly and safely’ ‘Understanding that the lesson begins the moment children enter the hall – keep moving/engaged whole of lesson ‘ ‘Loved the ideas around Free-flow’ Comments from Ghost Hill Infant School