Recruitment and Retention of Teachers

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The House of Commons Education Committee has released its report on the ‘Recruitment and retention of teachers’. The report highlights the importance of providing subject specific professional development opportunities in order to aid the recruitment and retention of teachers and the wider teaching profession. It would be interesting to hear what impact this report will have on the Physical Education teaching … Read More

IPLA Video Tender

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The International Physical Literacy Association (IPLA) are looking for an agency to help us create an video to illustrate what physical literacy is and the key message behind the concept and how it can be developed throughout the life course.  The video will need to ensure all who watch it have a clear understanding of main principles of physical literacy … Read More

PE and Sport: A Competitive Advantage for Multi Academy Trusts

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The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust have been looking at how emerging and established multi-academy trusts (MATs) can take a strategic approach to PE and sport across their academies. Together, they have published a new guide, PE and Sport: a competitive advantage for multi academy trusts, which looks at how MATs can use … Read More

NWCPEA attend the EUPEA Forum in Glasgow, 2016

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In November 2016, Andy Sprake attended the EUPEA Forum in Glasgow on behalf of the NWCPEA. The theme for the Forum was “Learning, teaching and assessment in physical education to ensure a progressive, coherent, quality learning experience”. Representatives from across Europe shared details of their ongoing research in physical education, including issues relating to an intended, realised and achieved curriculum, … Read More