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NQT’s – Teaching High Quality PE for All

£175.00

A MUST for ALL NQT’s – this programme should be considered as an essential part of providing staff with the necessary skills to deliver high quality PE. This course recognises that many NQT’s feel unsupported and lacking in confidence to teach and assess pupil progress in PE. Sharing proven teaching and learning approaches that actual work, this course sets out a framework from which newly qualified teachers can gain confidence and feel more competent to deliver high quality PE. This course can be fully funded from PE Premium as it upskills teachers and builds capacity, resilience and confidence.

Date: 24 September 2019

Venue:  Mulbarton Primary School, Norwich. NR14 8JG         Cost £175          Times: 09:30 – 4:00 

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Description

The perfect use of the PE Premium.

This specialist primary phase course is aimed specifically at supporting newly qualified teachers (NQT’s). Its objective is to provide NQT’s with a framework which will improve their confidence and competence when planning, delivering and assessing pupil progress in and through PE. It supports Key Indicator 3 from the national PE and Sport Premium reporting framework.

This course recognises that many NQT’s feel unsupported and lacking in confidence to teach and assess pupil progress in PE. Sharing proven teaching and learning approaches that actual work, this course sets out a framework from which newly qualified teachers can gain confidence and feel more competent to deliver high quality PE. This course can be fully funded from PE Premium as it upskills teachers and builds capacity, resilience and confidence. 

Recognising the requirements of the new doubled PE Premium funding and the limited focus on PE during Initial Teacher Training (ITT); the course will cover teaching approaches through such strategies as Active Teaching for Learning (ATfL) and all areas of the national curriculum for PE and good practice against national agendas. 

Learning Outcomes:

Learners will be able to:

  • plan effective and safe lessons,
  • increase pupil engagement & participation
  • integrate wider learning into lessons
  • demonstrate an understanding of what pupils should know, understand and be able to do – age related,
  • articulate the aspects of health & fitness appropriate to primary school and use safe, effective measures to assess them
  • organise, manage and lead groups of pupils
  • assess pupil progress and plan ‘next steps’

 

With Doubled PE Premium funding being confirmed for 2018/19 there has never been a better opportunity to build staff confidence and competence to teach high quality PE.

Designed to improve outcomes for pupils and levels of competence and confidence in staff this course is ideally placed to help schools meet the requirements of the new increased funding. It also builds resilience and capacity within the school staff making sustainability of developments more likely – a key demand of the conditions of grant for PE Premium funding.

This course can be delivered for a MAT, Federation or group of schools, so do contact us if you would like this bespoke for your cluster, SSP, MAT etc.

Date: 24 September 2019
Venue: Mulbarton Primary School, Norwich, NR14 8JG
Certificates of Attendance are issued.

1 review for NQT’s – Teaching High Quality PE for All

  1. Martin Radmore

    Here are just a few comments from delegates on the NQT course which ran on 13/11/2018

    100% of delegates rated the following as Outstanding or Good:
    Quality of Tutor
    The course meet your needs?
    It will impact upon your teaching?
    The activities were relevant and accessible?
    The content was presented at a level which could be readily understood
    There was an opportunity for group work
    There was a variety of teaching methods
    The tutor knew his subject thoroughly
    The tutor achieved a good rapport

    Fiona Rudd wrote: What aspect of the course worked best for you? “Hands on and friendly nature”
    What actions will you take away from today? “Refresh how I do warm-ups and also to bring some of the ideas covered today on learning into the classroom”
    Would you recommend this course to others?
    “Yes! Highly effective course, practical help and really friendly”

    Ryan Davidson wrote: “I hugely enjoyed the active emphasis as I find I learn best by doing”
    What actions will you take away from today? “I think the STEP approach will help massively when thinking about challenge & differentiation”
    “I actually think my class would benefit from the active learning approach during English / Maths when they become lethargic”
    Would you recommend?
    “Yes! The course is pitched appropriately and breaks down the PE teaching process excellently”

    Lily Foster wrote: “Having a go at each activity enabled me to understand thoroughly!”
    What will you take away from today? “The STEP framework to include, expand and challenge all pupils”
    “Using pairs / groups to evaluate each other regularly to reduce ‘stage fright’ of performing infront of whole class”
    Would you recommend?
    “Yes! Interactive and informative”

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