We are delighted to announce that our inaugural PEpedagogy conference is taking place in Birmingham on Friday 12th June 2015 from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
The sessions at the conference will include focus on both practical lessons and classroom practice . The sessions will be hands-on and delegates will be equipped with ideas and tools that they can implement immediately with their students in Physical Education.
The conference will provide delegates with a comprehensive professional development experience. The conference is suitable for all teachers of Physical Education.
The conference will begin with a keynote speech and delegates will then be able to attend a series of workshops from experienced, expert presenters
The keynote speaker for our inaugural conference is Tom Brush.
Tom is a secondary school PE teacher working in Birmingham with a passion for teaching and learning and the use of new technologies in PE. Tom has been teaching for 9 years with specific interests in developing innovative PE theory resources. Tom has led whole school and local network training sessions on the use of digital technologies in lessons to improve teaching and learning. His current responsibilities include G&T provision, pupil leadership, KS3 curriculum and assessment and primary liaison.
We are delighted to confirm the following workshop presenters at our inaugural PEpedagogy Conference:
- Ben Leonard (@PEeducator)
- Michael Davison (@davisionpe)
- Jon Neale (@JNealeUK)
- Chris Bailey (@MrCwBailey)
- Craig Sigley (@Mr_PrimaryPE)
John Henry Newman Catholic College
"Sport can have a transformative effect on schools and pupils. It is clear that a commitment to sporting excellence often reflects a culture of high expectations and achievement in the school as a whole. Schools that win on the field win in the exam hall"− Sir Michael Wilshaw
"“ Academic attainment and quality of leadership were generally better in those schools with strong sport provision…..The proportion of students achieving five or more GCSEs grades A* to C including English and mathematics was also higher…”"− Ofsted - Going the extra mile: Excellence in competitive school sport