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In Person Course

School Athletics Masterclass

Engaging Students in Track and Field Athletics with Dean Macey

School Athletics Masterclass with Dean Macey
Dates & Venues

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we do not have any courses scheduled. We will be releasing dates as soon as regulations change.

Almost all UK schools have Track and Field Athletics as a significant part of their summer programme. It is one of the most accessible GCSE practical options, and most schools enter their athletes in competitions.  However, progress in the technical events is often limited. Dean Macey, one of Britain’s all-time greatest Decathletes, shows how teachers can make these activities exciting, stimulating and challenging. He also illustrates how effective coaching can significantly improve student progress and competitive performances.

His unrivalled expertise, entertaining delivery and breath-taking demonstrations make this a day to remember. This course is suitable for teachers and coaches of all levels of expertise, and will help those delivering the Athletics modules at GCSE and A Level to improve student grades.

  • Warm up activities for young athletes
  • Improving sprinting technique
  • Sprint start
  • Teaching hurdle technique
  • High Jump/Long Jump/Triple Jump
  • Developing throws: Shot, Discus, Javelin
  • Analysing technique and diagnosis
  • Fault identification and correction.
  • Coaching for individual improvement
  • Understanding Rules and Regulations

1 place £189 2 places £315 4 places £499

Masterclass runs 10.00am – 3.30pm. Price includes lunch, refreshments and notes. Price excludes VAT.


Dean Macey

Dean Macey was England’s leading decathlete for a decade. His first major triumph was a silver medal at the 1999 World Championships, which helped him win BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year. The following year he was fourth in the Sydney Olympics and followed that with a World Championships Silver Medal. He was again fourth in the Athens Olympics, before winning a Gold Medal in the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. He has a personal best of 8603 points.

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