As part of our work supporting schools and strengthening the links between schools and organisations working in Physical Activity, PE and School Sport we stage an annual Physical Activity Conference for Primary Schools. Delegate feedback below.
Due to the current coronavirus pandemic our Primary Schools Physical Activity Conference scheduled for September 25th will now be staged virtually and consist of two keynotes delivered by Emily Reynolds (YST) and Bryn Llewellyn (TagTiv8) Further details below.
The session is being kindly supported by Playtime by FAWNS.
What people are saying about the Primary School Conference
"It has helped us re-evaluate PE and Sport provision and the importance of offering quality sessions and the added extra experiences." - Primary School Conference's attendee, 2019
"It was a great day and I thought well put together. I really liked the market place idea and picked up many contacts. Thank you for organising." - Primary School Conference's attendee, 2019
"The individual speakers were also informative and I went away able to implement some things straight away to school. I liked the resources given away. I came away with lots of websites to support teaching PE at my school that I had not known about before." - Primary School Conference's attendee, 2019
Confirmed keynotes are Emily Reynolds and Bryn Llewellyn
Emily is Head of Sport at Youth Sport Trust (YST) and her keynote will be about the wider PE/Sport landscape with an emphasis on Reframing Competition and character development.
Bryn is founder of Tagtiv8, co-director of Move & Learn, advisor to the BBC and Premier League on education content and a former teacher in various UK schools for 25 years. His keynote will focus on Physically Active Learning (PAL) and how it can
- Improve classroom behaviour and activity engagement,
- Significantly reduce sedentary periods of time,
- Offer aggregated improvement in academic performance over time.
Bryn will also highlight research and practice from around the world in addition to examples from his own practice.
There will be plenty of opportunity to ask Emily and Bryn questions at the end of their keynotes.
The session for teachers and headteachers is FREE (starting at 3.50pm for approximately 1 hour) but you will need to book on to the event in advance.
To book on to the session, click on the link above. The link will be open until Monday 7th September.
We look forward to seeing you virtually on September 25th however the session will be recorded so you will be able to watch it even if you are unavailable on the day.