IMPORTANT UPDATE – Conference Postponed, new date for 2021 to be announced
The Lincolnshire PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Conference due to take place on 27 March, has unfortunately been postponed due the the ongoing impact of coronovirus.
Maintaining the health and safety of colleagues and partners is paramount in our minds and we do not want to contribute to any risk. We also appreciate that many of you may be dealing with your own challenges in the face of this unprecedented situation. We are monitoring the ongoing situation and will re-schedule another date as soon as possible.
If you have already booked onto the event you should have received an email from us already. If you do have any queries please contact Jess Lovett firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01522 730 325
Read About the 2019 Conference
Last years conference held in March 2019 offered the chance for Early Years, Primary Schools and Secondary Schools take place in inspirational workshops alongside hearing from Danny Cowley and Dr William Bird. We are hoping that the conference in March 2020 will not disappoint.
Danny Cowley is the manager of Lincolns City Football Club, prior to this role he worked for 15 years as a teacher. Danny joined Lincoln City on a full-time basis having previously combined his football management with his job as a teacher at Fitzwimarc School in Rayleigh.
We are delighted to have him come along to close the conference.
Dr William Bird is a practicing GP with more than three decades experience in promoting physical activity and health.
He set up the national schemes, Green Gym and Health Walks in the mid 1990s.
The two workshops he delivered for us were:
Early Years and Primary
The incredible truth about how exercise can transform children
Improving Wellbeing Through PE
The conference was organised for Early Years, Primary and Secondary Schools and brought together industry experts who provided information and practical experiences that support the great work already being done to get children and young people more active within schools.