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Creative Games Teaching for Key Stage II (7-11 year olds)

Creative Games Teaching
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Games teaching with young children can be challenging. Progress can be difficult to achieve. This is a course for teachers who wish to embrace a new, relevant and effective approach to teaching games at Key Stage Two. It acknowledges the growing appreciation of the need to engage this age group in positive early physical experiences, which the “skills and drills” approach struggles to achieve. This practical seminar looks at a range of other teaching approaches and curriculum content in order to ensure progress for all pupils, whilst still promoting excellence and achievement.

  • Teaching exercise principles through games - the distraction theory
  • Teaching games for understanding - adapted to this age group
  • Tactical games and play practice models
  • Fundamental movement skills
  • Pupil designed games
  • Step principles (space, time, equipment, people)

Prices

1 place £185 2 places £309 4 places £499

Courses run 10.00 am – 3.30 pm. Price includes lunch, refreshments and notes. Excludes VAT.

Presenter(s)

Caroline Park

Caroline Park works with nurseries in Gloucestershire developing Child Movement Programmes.  She was previously a lecturer at Manchester Met University working in Child Movement and coaching.  As Head of PE at Millfield Prep, she was in charge of developing the pre-prep PE programme. Subsequently she was Director of Sport at Cheltenham College and now she is Head of PE at Cumnor House School.

 

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