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Stretching More Able Students in PE

Enrich the learning of more able PE students by gaining knowledge and confidence to recognise talented learners

Inhouse Training Course In-house

This course is only available to be delivered in your school. To find out how we can tailor this course to fit your needs, call our in-house team on 020 8253 8241 to receive a free, no-obligation quote.

If you are looking to attend a course externally, you may be interested in Outstanding Learning and Progress in PE.


Suitable for: This course is essential for both new and experienced PE teachers who are looking to support their most able students in attaining outstanding learning and progress in both mixed ability and high ability groups. Heads of department and other middle leaders will also benefit, as will teaching assistants assigned to support the learning of the most able students in PE.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary

Course Reference: 7824WW

Every school has Gifted and Talented students, and these students, once identified require high quality teaching and support to help them fully realise their talents. This course will enable you to gain a clear understanding of what talent means in PE and how to recognise it. The course offers guidance on how schools might improve the quality of their provision to provide a challenging and stimulating PE experience.

  • Gain a clear understanding of what talent means in PE and how to recognise it
  • Provide a challenging and stimulating PE experience
  • Set high expectations and monitor progress through effective assessment
  • Consider the pastoral demands on the elite performer and the role of the school in supporting them
  • Signpost talented students in PE

Sessions

What is talent in PE
  • Understanding the definitions of Able, Talent and Elite in PE & Sport
  • Key changes and opportunities in the recognition of talent
  • The pathway from Multi-Skills in KS1 to Talent ID
Catch them being good
  • Developing talented pupils using multi-faced notions of children's capabilities
  • Interpreting the curriculum so that it is meaningful for all children
  • A model for differentiation for enriching provision — Taking Steps
The personalisation of education for talented children
  • What does Talent look like in the classroom
  • Assessment to inform interventions
  • Considering the effect of the different teaching styles in Challenging the most able in PE
Identifying future champions and pathways to success
  • The holistic support of children who are talented in sport
  • Factors that could constrain talent and how to address them
  • Developing your own policy
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