08.30 – 09.40

Registration and refreshments

09.40– 10.00

Chair’s address

Chair’s welcome and introduction

Margaret Talbot, President, International Council of Sport Science and Physical Education

10.00 – 10.30

Keynote 1

Update of national developments: Meeting the challenges of the PE and School Sport Strategy for Young People (PESSYP) – where are we now and what more needs to be done?

Alison Oliver, Director of Sport, Youth Sport Trust

10.30 – 11.00

Keynote 2

Placing students at the centre of their learning: Inspiring and engaging young people to get involved with school sports

Katie Donovan, Director, International Student Engagement Programmes, Endicott College, Boston &

Leadership Development Consultant, Youth Sport Trust

11.00 – 11.10

Questions

11.10 – 11.40

Morning refreshments & exhibition

11.40 – 12.30

Streamed sessions 1

1A

1B

1C

1D

1E

Creating an ‘Outstanding’ Secondary PE lesson: Practical tips on meeting inspection criteria

Creating an ‘Outstanding’ Primary PE lesson: Practical tips on meeting inspection criteria

Jodie Williams, AST for PE, Anton Junior School

Use of ICT and modern technologies to raise attainment and improve  assessment

Effectively meeting the needs of all abilities: strategies for differentiating learning across the key stages

Creative strategies for increasing curriculum time for PE and motivating staff to get involved in Primary schools

12.30 – 13.50

Lunch & exhibition

13.50 – 14.30

Inspirational address

‘It’s just not cricket’: Developing and encouraging sportsmanship amongst young people

Alec Stewart OBE, former Captain of England Cricket Team

14.30 – 15.20

Streamed sessions 2

2A

2B

2C

2D

2E

Raising achievement through effective use of Assessment for Learning (AfL) strategies in Secondary School PE

Sam Mitchell, Assistant Head of PE, St.Clement Danes School

Applying the principals of the APP framework to boost your pupils progress at KS1 & 2

Crichton Casbon, Director, Crichton Casbon Consulting and former QCA curriculum adviser for PE

Developing innovative schemes of work to improve your Secondary PE provision

Cost effective strategies for introducing non-traditional activities into your provision to help engage the disengaged

Graham Jones, Partnership Development Manager, Uttlesford School Sports Partnership

Monitoring, evaluating and improving the provision of PE in Primary schools to raise standards

15.20 – 15.50

Afternoon refreshments & exhibition

15.50 – 16.40

Streamed sessions 3

3A

3B

3C

3D

3E

Raising achievement through effective use of Assessment for Learning (AfL) strategies in Primary School PE

Applying the principals of the APP framework to boost your pupils progress at KS3 & 4

Crichton Casbon, Director, Crichton Casbon Consulting and former QCA curriculum adviser for PE

Identifying and providing effective support for gifted and talented pupils

Successful initiatives for raising the participation of girls in PE and School Sports

Emma Hewitt, PE Teacher, Parkwood Academy

Increasing your competitive sports provision to challenge and develop your students
John Greetham, Director of Specialism and Assistant Headteacher, Portchester School – Specialist Sports College

16.40

Conference close & complimentary tour of The Oval

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