We are fully committed to supporting schools nationally to sustain and raising activity levels within their school community, developing the next generation of Sports Leaders and implementing a valuable resource for teachers, support staff, the children, and the wider community.
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To help schools to recover from the pandemic and help put the best possible provisions in place, we are offering FREE strategy calls with our director Ben Kirk.
During this call you be able to discuss all things PE, what you currently have in place and some quick wins you can action straight away.
If you have any questions on the Sports Premium spend criteria, you will be able to discuss as well on the call.
To book a call, simply click the link below and you will be able to arrange this at your convenience.
The staggering statistics behind obesity and childhood inactivity are frightening. Ben tackles the issues head on and evidences the social, emotional and academic benefits of PE.The book provides examples of strategies that can easily be adapted to suit any school.In my mind, the most exciting aspect of the book is the positive impact additional exercise can have on improving academic attainment and progress.The book is not just giving us ideas, but challenging us to not leave a generation of children inactive and overweight. I for one, am on board.
Sport, PE and physical activity has so much to offer, from developing skills and technique to more personal qualities teamwork, communication and leadership.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – Great to hear the journey.
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As a teacher I always prioritised physical activity, I both actively promoted and knew the importance of PE in the development of children. However, after becoming a school leader I became increasingly aware that this was the first subject to have its time reduced and that I was an unwilling participant in this reduction in provision. I am sure that many senior leaders feel the same and it is a constant balancing act that we all face. Ben’s insights have made me reevaluate physical education and helped me to get it back in its rightful place in our curriculum without having to make compromises.
This book resonates strongly with me from both my childhood experience and now as an educator. Ben tackles the issues raised in a practical way that are thought provoking but most importantly ‘doable’. The data analysis provides a strong evidence base behind the strategies he focusses on, to raise attainment through increased physical activity. Written on a practitioner level – strategies that can be implemented and actually work!
A refreshingly honest account of the recent current state of Physical Education, its impact in schools and clear and concise actions, supported by a wealth of research, to be taken to improve a critically important situation.
The UK has one of the highest rates of childhood obesity in Europe and the rise of social media and technology in recent years, as well as lack of opportunity and funding, has further created conflict in trying to reduce this. When children are at school, we have the greatest opportunity to make a positive difference to their physical, social and mental health and wellbeing through fun, engaging and effective PE.
Having been involved directly with Inspired Schools, I have witnessed first hand the differences that teachings using Inspired methods have made to children, staff and parents. Not only are schools delivering a consistent focus on healthier lifestyles, but they are also happier environments to be a part of with a high level of enjoyment towards to role of PE within learning.
Will Hammond PE Teacher at Ashley C of E Primary School