Best Practice Award 2020!

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We are now accepting nominations for the Best Practice in Physical Education Award. Please see the information below and download the relevant documentation:

Best Practice Award Proforma 2020

Best Practice Award Guidelines 2020

The Award is open to individuals working in Physical Education. We have three Best Practice awards available to (1) Primary School, (2) Secondary School and (3) Special School. This is open to any group of people who have worked together on a successful physical education-related project or case study.  It will celebrate best practice in Physical Education settings and the evidence for the award may be related to any of the following categories:

  1. High Quality Physical Education – across the school
  2. Innovative Teaching and Learning in Physical Education (including e.g. curriculum development, negotiated teacher/pupil learning, assessment processes, cross-curricular issues and whole school links etc.)
  3. Inclusion and Equity
  4. Physical Education activities beyond the curriculum
  5. Physical Education links with the community
  6. Raising Awareness of physical education’s contribution(s) to healthy well-being/active lifestyles
  7. Improving life chances of ‘at risk’ students through Physical Education
  8. Physical Education in a Technological World (e.g. use of ICT)
  9. Continuing Professional Development
  10. Leadership or Management
  11. International Links

The Award comprises a Best Practice in Physical Education Certificate along with a NWCPEA ‘Best Practice’ Logo 2020.

Nominees should be:

  • Physical Education/School Sport practitioners in primary, secondary or special school settings
  • Other persons who have contributed significantly to developing best practice in Physical Education/School Sport in the North West Region.
  • Nominations must be made on the official proforma available at and submitted to Rita Hesford no later than Friday 29th May 2020.

We look forward to hearing about your best practice!

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