Safety in PE 20th March 2020
Date and Times: Friday 20 March 2020; 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Cost: £100 per school - can send up to 2 delegates.
Facilitator Details: Anthony Seaman, Active Essex Education Practitioner
Venue Details: Leverton Primary School, Honey Lane, Waltham Abbey, EN9 3BE
Max number of places: 30
Bookings should be made by emailing Daniella on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that lunch will not be provided. Delegates should bring their own lunch.
This is a two part course with a practical focus on delivering Physical Education lessons safely, adhering to national guidelines.
Delegates will have an opportunity to collaborate with colleagues and tutors in recognising potential risks present in PE lessons (with a focus on gymnastics). Delegates will be informed of up-to-date national and county guidelines, supporting them to develop school policies, which meet the needs of each school setting. From experienced practitioners to NQTs, the course will empower staff members in the delivery of safe and effective lessons. Tutors will share supporting resources and involve delegates in an example gymnastics session with a focus on safety whilst using equipment.
The second part of the course will upskill teachers on how to teach the forward and backward roll, handstands and cartwheels. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn how to risk assess, support, differentiate and teach these four skills. They will work with children, being instructed by the tutor , to develop the skills to teach the skills. There will be opportunities to discuss how to incorporate their learnt skills into whole class teaching . They will receive resources to aid their learning.
- to watch and copy how to support and risk assess for forward and backward rolls, handstands and cartwheels.
- to have a greater understanding of the teaching points for rolls and inversions and ways to differentiate.
- to discuss ways to deliver rolls and inversions within a lesson, promoting mass activity.
This a practical based course and delegates are asked to come dressed appropriately for light activity.