Best Practice in Physical Education Award 2019

Andy SprakeUncategorised1 Comment

This year, there have been three winners of the NWCPEA Best Practice in Physical Education Award, including one primary school, one secondary school and a special school.

Here is the moment that the Physical Education Department at Bury CE High School received their award in recognition of their distinguished service, achievements and outstanding contribution to Physical Education practice. From all of us here at the NWCPEA, many congratulations to the teachers involved, to the PE department as a whole and also to the Bury CE High School. We look forward to staying in touch and disseminating your excellent practice across the North West and beyond!

One Comment on “Best Practice in Physical Education Award 2019”

  1. Best Practice in Physical Education Award 2019

    Hello and greeting from malta on behalf of Maltese association for physical education i would like to enquire about the criteria for the award we would love to launch such award to level up the performance of maltese pe teachers,

    I can be reached on [email protected] or [email protected]

    Sincerely,
    Jean claude dimech
    President

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