Primary school teachers are generally required to lead their PE lessons for their classes. However, most teachers have had very little formal training in physical education, with them spending, on average, only six hours on PE during their PGCE. Research has shown, that this lack of training and knowledge can lead to teachers feeling nervous, confused and even worried when taking PE classes.
As a result, at EOLAS+, looking to improve the quality of PE and Sports in schools, we provide schools with the opportunity to have Teacher CPD courses for their staff. Giving them the skills and confidence to deliver and improve the delivery in their school. With tailor made programmes we are able to provide schools with experienced coaches and practioners to support members of staff with their development.
Developed to provide PE support and upskilling to primary school teachers, our CPD Programme is structured into 3 tiers. Each level looking the different aspects of PE delivery with the aim to provide each teacher with the skills and knowledge to in turn be able to deliver PE sessions in full confidence and to the best of their ability.
The Basics of PE through a specified sport [Tag Rugby, Gymnastics, Cricket or Dance]
Developing fundamentals through targeted planning.
Focused acceleration – “Bridging the Gap”