1. Youth Sport Trust (YST)
Image credit: Youth Sport Trust.
Wellbeing-centric national charity Youth Sport Trust (YST) is dedicated to tackling national issues such as increasing obesity levels and high-youth unemployment. Get your school involved with activities such as Start to Move, which aids teachers with developing physical literacy in children aged 4-7.
Image credit: Playforce.
If you want your pupils to excel through PE and outdoor learning, having first-rate sports and play facilities is a good start. There are many great options available to schools, one of which being Playforce. These serial speed-daters are a one-stop-shop for tailored playgrounds (8,844 and counting in the UK) and sports areas, helping with everything from outdoor Maths to the letting-out of facilities.
3. Primary PE Passport
This intriguing tool was designed specifically to help Primary School teachers with the delivery of enjoyable, active and high-quality sessions. From the first day of Reception until the final day of Year 6, each pupil’s progress is tracked and recorded via the app. What’s more, the resource contains a plethora of sport-centric resources and lesson plans, all with the goal of helping schools to embrace “high-quality PE provision that is challenging, progressive and memorable.”
Big thanks @SteveBusbyPEC and @pe_passport for the support you have given us. We’re now graded #outstanding #OFSTED providing ‘high quality teaching with a planned curriculum’ with ‘teachers having excellent subject knowledge of pupils’ skill development in PE’ #Kentmereacademy— Kentmere Academy (@KentmereAcademy) February 22, 2018
4. sportscotland: Schools
The education arm of Scotland’s national agency for sport has a variety of terrific activities and initiatives, such as the School Sport Award. This Lottery-funded scheme helps schools to continuously improve their PE best-practice, brings students into the decision-making, ensures that school sports increases young people’s opportunities and engagement, plus much more.
These pupils are making the most of a new activity on offer in their schools - Parkour! Find out how they got on at a taster session and showcase hosted by Woodfarm High School ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/V65agV0sMI— sportscotland (@sportscotland) March 29, 2018
5. Sport Wales
Helping “to develop a nation of champions” on a daily basis, Sport Wales aims to get every child hooked on sport for life through a variety of activities and initiatives. For example, through Adventurous Activities pupils develop skills such water safety and personal survival. As the organisation explains: “The key to successful adventure activities is to match the level of risk to the competence of those involved, so that participants feel stretched and challenged, but able to cope.”
?Penrhyncoch Primary School, Aberystwyth.— Sport Wales ? (@sport_wales) March 23, 2018
How many smiles can you spot in this video? ? Congrats again to @YsgPenrhynCoch - winners of our competition, kitted out for #WeAreRed ???????@TeamWales @NonStanford @HeartWales @CambrianNews @SPcawl10 @HelenPhillips05 pic.twitter.com/O575Wb3hp0
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