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Dotting the i’s

The new Education Inspection Framework was released in May and updated in September. OFSTED will use all the available evidence to evaluate what it is like to be a learner in your school’s provision. They will do that through four key judgements; quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, personal development and leadership and management. What does […]

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Competence: Climbing Frames not Ladders

Ensuring children turn into adults who lead a healthy and active lifestyle is the Gordian Knot that PE teachers have a shared responsibility for solving. Part of the solution involves developing competence, but much of the debate about competence is binary. As explained in my last post, either it is everything, or it is nothing. As PE Teachers […]

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PE Challenge No. 6

Over the next 8 weeks, every weekend, I will offer you a challenge for the following week. These challenges will come from other teachers, researchers, academics and coaches and take on different formats. You can try one, try the ones you like, or try them all. The hope is that it will stimulate thought about […]