PESSPA feedback and presentations

We asked delegates what they hoped to get out of the day and we were overwhelmed with responses:

• Get the message over about how important being active is for children and how schools are critical in getting children active
• To learn more about physical development and new ideas to take back to nursery to make them more active and make physical activities fun
• To be able to convince my senior staff members that PE is a useful tool for supporting progress in core subjects and across the curriculum. Supporting theory would be beneficial too.
• To get some ideas on how to improve PE provision at my own setting.
• Opportunity to network with colleagues & share good practice.
• Networking with other schools and providers. Updating good practice, looking for new ideas on how to ensure the children stay active.
• To understand more about how I can up-skill my teachers. How I can best utilise my sports premium budget. To share best practice.
• Ideas for 30 active minutes within lessons. Introducing new sports to children. Mental well-being, links with physical activity.
• Ideas for sport development in school. Achieving games mark. Cross curricular sports to use with additional needs.
• To network and find out how other schools are best using their funding
• To have ideas on how to promote and improve pe in our school to a higher level
• To get different ideas as part of my cpd
• Engaging primary teachers with complete pe and networking.
• Ideas for children before they go to school for movement and listening and attention
• Sharing good practice Ideas to take back into school to implement Justification of Premium spending
• Am idea of what’s out there and how to be able to establish sustainability
• Learn more about primary swimming accessibility, resources and more

Presentations from the day:

Dr William Bird

Swim England

Secondary Well-being

Power of an active school- bitesize

Power of an active school

We had some fantastic feedback from delegates: