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Promoting Sport & Physical Activity

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Primary School PE Coordinator

The role of the Primary School PE Coordinator has now expanded and diversified to include PE, sport, physical activity and potentially healthy living and wellbeing too. With the role of the subject becoming ever more important and prominent we have established a checklist so you can make sure you are staying up-to-date and on the right track.

FIRST STEPS:

ADVANCED STEPS:

  • Look through afPE’s Primary PE Audit Tool to check for areas of staff development.
  • Sign up for a PE & Sport Premium and Health Wheel workshop to track and celebrate your PPSP impact.
  • Use your activity tracking system to establish who your least active pupils are. Utilise programmes such as Change4Life to target these pupils.
  • Register your school on the School Games website.
  • Utilise the Active Sussex Primary Providers Directory 2020 for information on providers of memberships, accreditation, PE CPD, curriculum support, sports, physical activity, health & wellbeing, online resources and offsite activities.
  • Apply for accreditation/awards from: afPE, Youth Sport Trust, School Games, Quality Start.
  • Special schools or schools with pupils with SEND, visit the Active Sussex Disability and Inclusion web page, find out about the Sussex Disability Sports Network and sign up for the newsletter for updated resources and information to encourage pupils to be active.

To further develop yourself as a PE Coordinator we also offer Level 5 and 6 professional qualifications in PE specialism and PE Subject Leadership.

Visit our CPD and Opportunities page for more details on what qualifications are currently on offer. 

Primary PE Page Links:

For more information please contact:

Nick Chellel

Nick Chellel

PE & School Sports Officer

07766 894494

Nick leads on supporting Sussex primary schools benefiting from the PE & School Sport Premium and promoting initiatives, programmes and local offers that develop PE, sport and physical activity.