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Stats show only 63% of girls have the opportunity to play football in PE lessons growing up. Read our guide about how we can improve this.
Inclusivity and accessibility are high on the agenda at Premier Education, which is why we’re sharing some of our favourite PE lesson plans.
Physical activity is a huge influencing factor in pupil health and wellbeing, yet without data or insight, a school is in the dark about the efficacy of its PE delivery.
As a subject lead for teaching PE in primary schools, planning was one of the most important parts of my job.
Four new key judgement categories were introduced in the 2019 Ofsted framework – quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, leadership and management and personal development.
Teachers are in the unique position to help children foster the skills they need to live healthy, fulfilled lives.
We engaged nearly 1000 parents to explore the impact of Covid-19 on child wellbeing.
School leadership and management teams should champion emotional health and wellbeing all year-round.
Following the effects of lockdown, Ofsted guidelines have put more focus on pupils’ wellbeing. Find out what your school can do.
We’ve put together some practical activities to help encourage children to feel calm in the face of stress or adversity.
Over lockdown, kids felt the impact of homeschooling, reduced physical activity and reduced social interaction.
Take your sports classes to the next level with a wide range of sports activities that will engage and inspire your pupils.
Handball is a sport that flies largely under the radar, but is a fantastic, gender-neutral sport that can slot easily into PE lessons.
Schools Football Week is an opportunity for schools, teams and clubs to embrace schools’ football and the wellbeing benefits it provides to pupils and players.
Gymnastics is an incredibly popular sport for children of all age groups, and for good reason.
Tennis is a fantastic sport that can be played with friends and family, and provides fantastic health benefits that continue to affect children through their adult life.