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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“Thank you, Progressive Sports and John, for coaching my son’s 6th birthday party, Harry and his friends had an amazing time and the hall looked amazing. Thank you, John, for all your hard work looking after 22 crazy boys and keeping them well entertained and under control. Highly recommend!”
“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.”
“My son had his 10th birthday party run by Eddie and the lads today, absolutely fantastic party the kids loved it, highly recommend. X Also, a BIG THANKS to Emily for all her help organising it!”
“Have tried various other holiday clubs for my two boys before and they have absolutely hated them all. Don’t know what these guys are doing differently, but no complaints at all from my boys this summer. They have got stuck in and tried lots of new sports and have come home worn out each afternoon! Thanks!”