More children, more active, more often
2 March 2018. Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln.
Lincolnshire’s biggest primary school event returns on Friday 2 March with another packed agenda comprising of keynote speakers, local providers and practical workshops. There will also be updates on national strategies and policies and how they will impact local schools.
The event will start with the YST’s expert in building and supporting school networks, Ben Grady. Ben said: “I will be bringing to life the relationship between wellbeing and achievement and how they are so entwined. My aim is to inspire delegates to access the support and resources on offer and help them to go back to their schools to embed great practice that makes a positive difference to their children.”
Organiser, Naz Sutton added: “The conference is going from strength to strength and we’ve tried to add even more to the agenda this year! We’ve listened to what teachers have told us, so there is a good amount practical work, such as the Active School planner sessions. I am confident that everyone will leave with more ideas, new contacts and knowledge of how to make their pupils more active in order to lead a healthier and happier life.”
Active solutions – Practical examples and initiatives that can be utilised across the whole school to increase opportunities for young people and develop an ethos of achievement through activity based programmes.
Workforce – Information on teacher CPD, sharing good practice, apprenticeship opportunities to improve the workforce across Lincolnshire. This theme will also explore volunteering programmes for young people that can be linked to the PE and sport premium funding.
Policies – Updates on promoting and maintaining safe practice, physical education related policies as well as national strategy overviews. There will be elements from multiple policies covered that all relate to schools, education and young people, along with examples of how schools are having an impact on these identified areas.
Active School Planner – Youth Sport Trust (YST)
This session will look at the challenges facing our young people, how to position the active agenda, and how to get the most from the online resource as a whole school approach
School Sport Initiatives and Ideas
Presentations from a variety of partners showcasing the very latest primary school offers, initiatives and ideas around key activities. Including Badminton, Golf Cricket, the FA, iCoach4Sport, the Royal Opera House and Fuel for Sport
Maths of The Day – Jon Smedley
This workshop will give you an opportunity to see how MOTD use PE to improve achievement and attainment in other subjects.
Primary Premium – Ben Grady
The importance of the Primary Premium funding and how best to use this in order to get more children, more active, more often.
Changing behaviours for the benefit of health and wellbeing – YST
Improving health and wellbeing for all pupils.
School Sport Apprenticeship – Vincent Brittain:
This workshop will explore how schools can utilise their levy contributions/Sport Premium funding to employ a PE and School Sport Apprentice.
Legacy Challenge, Active 30:30 & Fitter Future – Various partners:
The Legacy Challenge is a resource which has been designed for schools to inspire more young people to be physically active and lead a healthier lifestyle
Active 30:30 Developed to help schools reduce the sedentary behaviour outside of timetabled curriculum PE. Hear how the ten sequential steps can drive your schools activity levels up.
Fitter Future consists of ten workouts which are all accessed online. Each workout includes three tier differentiations and can take place inside or outside
iMoves Active Classrooms – Ian Pickles
A mix of theory and practical elements will get you creating your own active literacy tasks to make this workshop both educational and fun.
afPE – afPE
The workshop will offer advice across the complete primary education curriculum to help you protect your students and yourself from potential risks.
Active Planner sessions with your School Games Organiser
An opportunity for delegates to work with their own SGO and get to grips with the Active Planner.
To book your place at the conference, please follow the link below.