We know from our own experience with working with many teachers that PE can be an area that not all teachers feel confident and skilled in teaching.
However, you’ll be pleased to know that we can help. We have some training solutions to ensure that the key people in your school are more confident in engaging children within PE.
FACT: A survey recently of over 450 schools in the UK, suggests that 32% of teachers feel uncomfortable delivering PE, 53% would like a great deal more training, and 42% of teachers suggest that their class don’t enjoy their lessons.
1:1 session with the PE lead focusing on anything from school action plans to getting you ready for OFSTED.
Twilight session for 90 minutes after school focusing on anything from dance, gymnastics or games.
Looking for training with lunchtime staff or play leaders, then we can certainly help.
You may be looking for a sports qualification. We can help in a number of NGB's and multi-skills.
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“Progressive Sports led a very successful competition day at Hob Hill Primary. As well as them organising an enjoyable day of athletics for the children, they also brought two athletes, who inspired the children – and staff! Daniel Caines provided awe and wonder to the children, sharing his experiences as a medal winning international athlete, while Robbie Gleeson showed that children how an aspiring young sportsman can progress in his field. The event was really well run, great fun, and is what we have come to expect from the PS coaches.”
“Our partnership with Progressive Sports has ensured our use of Sports Premium has a direct impact on both staff and children and is sustainable with our long-term future in mind.”
“Watching a specialist coach lead the session has given me a whole range of strategies and ideas that I can implement into my own lessons. This was a super experience for my class and me!”
“Since signing up to the SUPERCOACH Programme our school has been supported in creating a clear focus for developing a sports programme which will impact on the sporting and academic successes of all the children, regardless of ability.”