Accredited Tutor:

Level 4 Qualification in Supporting Pupils’ Wellbeing

Through Physical Education

Level 5/6 – Professional Vocational Qualifications:

Primary School PE Specialism and PE Subject Leadership

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Last updated:

Wednesday 13th October 2021

31st July 2021: All annual memberships have been suspended as per published terms and conditions to enable website upgrade during August - early September. Schools will be able to have their website access re/activated upon registering to 2021-22 academic year CPD package (PESS Premium fundable)

Borough Primary PE & Sport Premium Allocations (2020-21) Final grant allocations for 2021-22 yet to be confirmed by DfE

Link: https://skillsfunding.service.gov.uk/single-funding-statement/latest/start

Bexley

Bromley

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Southwark

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London & SE Primary PE and Health & Wellbeing Development Association

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Advisory / Training Services:
  • Schools are welcome to request any additional PE and / or PSHE in-house and / or family cluster staff training or 1: 1 Subject Leader management support incl. Subject MOT @ £290 per day / £150 per half day (2021-22 rates) that can likewise be funded via the PESS Premium

       

 

 

 

  • The Level 5 Primary PE qualification will  continue for a seventh year with information that will be shortly sent out to all primary schools within the boroughs of: Bexley; Bromley; Croydon; Greenwich; Lewisham; Merton; Southwark & Sutton. 

NEW Following popular feedback, Level 4 Qualification in Supporting Pupils' Wellbeing Through Physical Education (2021-2022) recommences from November with Primary & Secondary QTS staff able to apply. Details can be found below:

Example: Borough Primary PE Subject Leaders' Audit (2020-21) Are the boxes for your school all ticked 'YES'?

N.B: New 'next level' audit that esp reflects 9th year of PESS Premium expectations will be issued to CPD members at forthcoming Subject Leader Forums.

 

Level 4 Course Overview

(November 2021 - April 1st 2022)

Level 4 Application Form for November 2021 start

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Mission Statement:
Services:

The Association is a voluntary body dedicated to encouraging, promoting and providing support within the fields of PE, Sport, and other health-related matters for children aged 4-11, via working links with regional primary schools, quality-assured regional clubs and influential external agencies.

The Association is managed by a board of trustees drawn from education, business and public sectors.

 Lead Primary Schools'

 PE & PSHE Advisor: 

Giles Platt is a former primary school teacher; PE subject leader and School Sports Co-ordinator who has also developed a specialism within the field of fundraising through becoming a qualified grant writer. 

He has also developed important working links with a range of national and regional organisations associated with promoting recognised high quality active healthy lifestyles within primary education that include Association for Physical Education (afPE) ; Sport Leaders UK; Department for Education; All Party Parliamentary Group re: Fit and Healthy Childhood (the latter of which has included important contributions to recently published Parliamentary advisory reports)

 

He  will be managing all aspects of PE & PSHE CPD focused upon enhancing subject leadership as well as how to improve the quality of subject specific and cross-curricular teaching and learning. For a third year, he will also continue both the organising and tutoring of the Level 5 Primary PE Qualification course at Southborough Primary School, Bromley. This course will commence at the latter end of the Autumn term 2018 with additional details available on this home page.

 

Another focus for this year will be to  ensure that schools utilise PE & Sports Premium as a whole school development tool.  In addition, he will be managing all aspects of the website and auditing end of year borough PESS Premium reports in line with DfE  published statutory criteria.

 

Schools are welcome to utilise their PESS Premium funding to secure on-site service support associated with DfE strategy expectations.

Half Day - £150

Whole Day - £290

(2021-22 Academic Year rates)

Contact: gilesplatt@sky.com

Our Association is also able to direct schools to other known quality-assured, expert providers who are willing to support both subject leader and staff inset via curricular and extra curricular provision

 

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Endorsement from Former Bromley Borough PE Advisor, Howard Marshall
Other Testimonials

Please see below evidence of feedback received in relation to previous CPD course and on-site school assistance:

Testimonial from Unicorn Primary School, Beckenham

Testimonials from former association status as Bromley Primary School Sports & Clubs Development Association before expansion process

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Postal Address:

c/o Chislehurst Business Centre,

1 Bromley Lane,

Chislehurst , 

Kent BR7 6LH

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  • Provision of Primary PE CPD provision for EYFS; Key Stage 1 & 2 teaching staff that focusses upon the teaching of high quality PE ; physical activity school sport through specialist support by way of curriculum 

       development and planning;

       delivery and assessment.   

       Other areas of support include

   

  •  leadership of the Primary PE &

        School Sports strategy;  

        strategic planning of whole  

        school active healthy lifestyles

        provision as well as. local and

         national developments all

        with accompaniment of high

        quality  resources

  • Advisory service for Primary PE & Sports Premium spend, impact and sustainability – ‘London & SE Primary PE and Health & Well-Being Development Association’ also carries out periodic scrutiny and the reporting back of regional performance aligned to DfE published criteria

  • Lead regional provider for Level 5 / 6 Professional Qualification in Primary School Physical Education Specialism and Subject Leadership

  • Dedicated website that gives PE subject specific updates; teaching & learning materials and other invaluable resources to provide school leaders with all they need to know to deliver high quality PE and PSHE provision

  • Upon registration to CPD package choice, expert phone /email advice is subsequently available to Primary Head Teachers and Subject Leaders who seek additional guidance

 

afPE Benefits of Physical Education
The Website:

We recognise that hard working Primary schools require a no-nonsense, easy-to-locate and regularly updated resource bank that provides round-the-clock subject leader managerial and staff developmental support. 

This website aims to be a one-stop shop for all Primary PE and PSHE day-to-day needs. Examples include:

  • Policy documentation templates

  • Effective planning and assessment strategies

  • Online Primary PE / PSHE M.O.T Checker

  • PESS Premium audit and report guidance

  • Showcasing of best practice

  • DfE and Ofsted updates

...and so much more.

Finally, we are always willing to listen to and attend to your requests for additional features. If we haven't got it and you need it, then we'll fervently attend to bringing it to you.

It is as a result of the running costs involved to continually update this website, that we need to impose a charge per school of £75 per academic year that can be covered as a legitimate Primary PE & Sports Premium funding expense. Upon receipt of both registration form and payment, your school will then receive it's unique log-in code that your staff colleagues will be able to use 24/7. 

To register for full website access, please refer to SUBSCRIPTIONS

Disclaimer: Please note that website users can be easily monitored therefore non-registered school users who break entry into protected content can be tracked.

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Details of Regional Primary Schools

PE & PSHE CPD Package

2021-22

PE & PSHE CPD Package Details for 2021-22 Academic Year

Application Form for

2021-22 PE & PSHE CPD Package

Primary PE & PSHE Subject Leader Forum Dates (2021-22)

Next Meetings:

  • Physical Education

 

STANDARD Twilight x 3 termly meetings with accompanying resources

 

Venue:

Remote delivery via Microsoft Teams initially due to COVID concerns

 

  1. Thursday 4th November 2021

       (4.00 - 5.30pm)

  2.  Thursday 20th January 2022

       (4.00 - 5.30pm)

  3.  Thursday 28th April 2022

       (4.00 - 5.30pm)    

Or: 

ADVANCED All-Day x 3 termly meetings with accompanying resources

 

Venue:

Remote delivery initially via Microsoft Teams due to COVID concerns

  1. Friday 12th November 2021

       (9.15am-3.00pm)

  2.  Friday 28th January 2022 

        (9.15am - 3.00pm) 

  3.  Friday 29th April 2022 

        (9.15am - 3.00pm) 

  •  Personal Social Health Education

 

Venue: 

 

Remote delivery initially via Microsoft Teams due to COVID concerns

  1. Thursday 11th November 2021

       (4.00 - 5.30pm)

  2. Thursday 27th January 2022

       (4.00 - 5.30pm)

  3. Thursday 9th June 2022

       (4.20 - 5.45pm)

N.B: Please note that full access to website will only be provided to schools via a unique password when payment is received. Resource materials accompanying all Subject Leader Forums have been emailed out to all Member schools only.

PE & PSHE CPD Package Details for 2021-22 Academic Year

Application Form for

2021-22 PE & PSHE CPD Package

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NEW Level 5 - Professional Vocational Qualification :
 
Primary School Specialism & Subject Leadership in PE - Course Application Details (2021-22)
 

Course Details

Course Registration

The following initiative is open to Primary School Staff, including TAs and Sport Coaches, within South East London and North Kent for a SEVENTH year, with all costs fundable via your school's PESS Premium:

 

'A well delivered course....range of research,handouts and powerpoint presentations provided by the Tutor assessor. Good support to the Delegates by visiting in their own school. Good feedback provided'

 

Outcome: 100% pass rate for all candidates who completed course's required delegate tasks.

 

(External Verifier's report)

Qualification Equivalence: OfQUAL

 

Level 2- Equivalent to GCSE A*-C/Mid Diploma/Mid Apprenticeship

 

 

Level 5 - Equivalent to Diploma of Higher Education; Foundation Degrees & HNDs

 

'It is a shame to see so many schools outsource PE provision to barely qualified sports coaches who deliver the subject unsupervised and unevaluated. It is also as unfortunate as it is common for schools to use beginner coaches, qualified in one sport, to deliver across the entire PE curriculum. A Level 1 or 2–qualified sports coach will probably not have the demonstrable understanding of child development, age-appropriate pedagogy and the National Curriculum knowledge and expertise in order to deliver PE to the required standard.'

 

(p16 - All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) re: Fit & Healthy Childhood's Physical Education Report. Published October 2016)