“If we want to secure the best possible future for sport in this country, we have to ensure young people can get involved early in their lives, with strong support for sport in schools” Conservative Sport Manifesto 2010

It is clear the push to improve PE and sport in schools is set to intensify, even if the direction changes. Under the new Government schools are likely to face a reform of the curriculum and the implementation of ‘sports league tables’.

With so much change on the horizon and the increasing pressure to deliver 5 hours of High-Quality PE in the build up to 2012, how can you drive forward PE provision in your school?

At the Developing Outstanding PE and School Sports national conference you will not only hear the latest strategy developments but also pick up the tools you need to implement effective assessment strategies, increase engagement and raise pupil performance across the board.

Attend this conference to get fully up to date with national developments, prepare effectively for Ofsted and succeed in nurturing the potential of your students to lead more active lifestyles.

Click here to see an overview of this event. You can also see details of the day in our conference programme.

Last year’s delegates said:

“Very informative, has given me a lot of inspiration to take back to colleagues”
S Morton, HLTA, Bournemouth Park Primary School

“Lots of material to motivate me for the coming year and give me a new direction to re-assess my targets for the PE department”
B Williams, Head of PE, Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen

“Excellent conference – gave me lots of news ideas!”
K Smith, PE Teacher, Thomas’s London Day Schools

“Invaluable for keeping your eye on the ball. An excellent chance to network with colleagues on all levels”
B Shaw, PE Advisor, Essex LA

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