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We are delighted to be working in partnership with Sherbourne School, using their outstanding facilities to provide PE teachers and coaches working in Qatar and throughout the Middle East with high quality CPD in a range of disciplines.
The Conference offers a range of courses, qualifications and seminars, to enable teachers to be more effective, better prepared and accredited in the following school year. If you would like any further information please contact email@example.com.
The programme of events is listed below, please download the brochure pdf for full details of each course.
Friday 21 February
Building Firm Foundations Physical Literacy for 4-7 year olds
with Kirk Bizley
The Director of Sport in Independent Schools
with Neil Rollings
Saturday 22 February
High Quality Games Teaching for KS2
One Place £200 one day £399 two days
Price includes lunch, refreshments and notes.
Lesley Minervini has over 25 years of experience working in education, and has worked with teachers throughout the world. She has authored many resources and courses including – Start to Move cards, Healthy Movers Take Home Pack , Purposeful Playtimes and PE Underpinning Achievement. She is the tutor trainer for British Athletics officials and officiates in Athletics around the world.
Kirk Bizley has over 40 years of experience in PE, GCSE PE and assessment. He was a Chief Examiner for GCSE PE for twenty-five years and has written many GCSE textbooks and revision guides - the latest of his 47 publications is due to be published in the Autumn of 2019 entitled ‘How to be a Brilliant PE Teacher’. Kirk is a Chartered Educational Assessor and was the Educational Consultant for the latest BBC PE Bitesize site. Kirk regularly presents PE and GCSE PE INSET sessions and revision workshops in schools throughout the UK as well as in Portugal, Spain, Hong Kong, Dubai and Abu Dhabi. He was the Course Leader for Secondary PGCE PE at Bath Spa University for seventeen years.
Neil Rollings was Director of Sport in four HMC schools, over a 21 year career. He was an ISI Inspector and he now works with schools to develop and audit modern sports programmes and with Heads to appoint Directors of Sport. He is a regular conference speaker, influential blogger on school sport issues, and Chairman of PADSIS.