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1. Entry Forms & Events Calendar

1. Entry Forms & Events Calendar

Calendar of events for this academic year and entry forms to download.

 

  • 72 resources
  • Cohorts: Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, KS5, Primary, Secondary
  • Audiences: Teachers, School Staff
3. Assemblies

3. Assemblies

Assemblies to support sporting events and topical issues. To be downloaded for use in school.

 

  • 4 resources
  • Cohorts: Early Years, KS1, KS2, KS3, Primary
  • Categories: Curriculum/teaching
  • Audiences: Teachers, School Staff
4. Five ways of wellbeing resources

4. Five ways of wellbeing resources

According to research there are 5 things that can really boost our mental wellbeing; connecting with others, taking notice, keeping learning, being active and giving to others.

  • 7 resources
  • Cohorts: Early Years, KS1, KS2, Primary
  • Categories: Curriculum/teaching
  • Audiences: Teachers, School Staff
5. Mini Sports Leader Award - toolkit and workbook

5. Mini Sports Leader Award - toolkit and workbook

A digital teacher toolkit and student workbook to develop pupil leadership skills.

  • 1 resource
  • Cohorts: KS2, Primary
  • Categories: Leadership/management, Planning
  • Audiences: Teachers, School Staff
6. Ofsted support

6. Ofsted support

Preparing for a deep dive in PE 

  • 3 resources
  • Cohorts: Early Years, KS1, KS2, Primary
  • Categories: Leadership/management
  • Audiences: Teachers
7. PE co-ordinator support documents

7. PE co-ordinator support documents

A range of invaluable resources to support you in your PE curriculum co-ordinator role

  • 15 resources
  • Cohorts: Primary, KS1, KS2, Early Years
  • Categories: Curriculum/teaching, Planning, Leadership/management, Policies
  • Audiences: Teachers, Governors, School Staff
8. Active challenge cards

8. Active challenge cards

Our Active challenges involve few resources and can be performed in the most limited of spaces on the school playground or at home. 

  • 26 resources
  • Cohorts: Early Years, KS1, KS2
  • Categories: Curriculum/teaching
  • Audiences: Teachers, School Staff, Parents, Governors
8. Physically Active Learning

8. Physically Active Learning

The benefits of active learning are widely acknowledged - improvements in academic performance  physical health, and improved mental health among them.

Incorporate into lessons to:

  • reinforce key concepts and learning, 
  • increase confidence 
  • allow for teamwork and collaboration
  • break up periods of sedentary time 
  • 17 resources
  • Cohorts: KS1, KS2, Primary, Early Years
  • Categories: Curriculum/teaching
  • Audiences: Teachers, School Staff
Becoming an Asthma Friendly School

Becoming an Asthma Friendly School

The Asthma Friendly Schools award was initiated to encourage schools to develop safe, healthy and inclusive environments for students with asthma. An Asthma Friendly School adopts the programme strategies to support the whole school community in understanding and managing asthma.

  • 1 resource
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Training

On demand: Active fun at break and lunchtimes training for supervisors

Delivered at a time and date to suit your school:

A 2-hour practical course in your setting training supervisor staff  to support physical activities & active fun for all pupils. Using PE storecupboard staples with imagination!

  • Course type: Half day
  • Audience: Midday and playground supervisors

On demand: Physically active learning workshop/staff meeting for primary settings.

Delivered at a time and date to suit your school:

A 60-90 minute practical workshop for primary teachers and support staff showcasing ways to embed physically active learning within the curriculum.

  • Course type: Bespoke
  • Audience: Primary teachers and support staff

On demand: Playground support session for primary settings in Leeds

Delivered at a time and date to suit your school:

A member of the Active Schools+ team will come into school to work with a selected group of 10 children over the course of a morning and lunchtime to explore some simple games which they can then lead on a daily basis.

  • Course type: Half day
  • Audience: Primary settings - pupil training session

On demand: Positive playtime practice: primary playground supervisor and pupil training.

Delivered at a time and date to suit your school:

Promote mental wellbeing for the whole school community by bringing the 5 Ways to Wellbeing into the school day at the most unstructured times of day and ensuring all children are included.

Positive Playtimes is a targeted intervention led by pupils and midday supervisors that transforms the daily wellbeing of everyone in the playground.

  • Course type: Full day
  • Audience: Primary schools; Midday supervisors; support staff and teachers.

How to access our services

What people say

Primary  - Body image session

 

“It was fun and at the same time I was learning”

 

 

Year 6 pupil