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Physical Activity Policy Training Workshop
This course will provide schools with the knowledge, understanding and tools to develop an effective Physical Activity policy for their school.
The course will explain the differences between a school PE policy and a physical activity policy and help schools to identify how their policy can support whole school development.
By the end of the day, delegates will be able to:
Explain the impact a quality physical activity policy can have in schools
Identify the impact a whole school physical activity policy can have in their own school
Describe current developments in physical activity nationally & locally
Identify the key areas for inclusion in a physical activity policy
Describe key action planning to support implementation of the policy
Explain how the physical activity policy relates to other school policies (i.e PE)
Explain how the school policy will be shared in the school community
Please bring any current physical activity policies your school may have.
Delegates will need to bring a laptop to the workshop to access the templates to start the development of their own school policy.
Thursday, 17 October 2019 13:30
Brownlee Centre, Bodington Way, LS16 8NA
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