New support and guidance from the Association for Physical Education (AfPE), the UK’s physical education and school sport subject association, will allow us to improve the quality of teaching available to school pupils and ensure that all of our staff are trained to our very high minimum standards which will include:
– FA Level 2 Football Coaching Award
– FA Youth Award Module 1
– First Aid and Child Safeguarding Certificates
– Continuous Professional Development
We provide well trained coaches for the purpose of delivering high quality PE in schools. The coaches will work closely with teachers to plan, deliver and assess the lessons and ensure that the teacher gains valuable learning, skills and confidence during this process. This is all in preparation for the new PE national curriculum and we work hard to ensure we can support schools to deliver this.
In line with this increased focus on quality and service, we will look to focus efforts to ensure that coaching and leadership can be provided to the very highest standards.
The sessions run before, at lunch time or directly after schools have finished for the day. By using the school grounds, costs are kept down and the pressure is taken off schools to provide the service. After school clubs are run throughout term time to best suit the school timetable. The clubs can be run for all ages and can be mixed in order to fill the group size.
Some of the schools which takes advantage of our extracurricular delivery:
Heathfield Junior, Twickenham
The Crescent Primary, Thornton Heath
St Teresa’s R C Primary, Morden
Broadwater Primary, Tooting
Park Community School, South Wimbledon
Hayes School, Bromley
Young Epilepsy, Lingfield
Downs Way Primary, Oxted
Clarendon Primary, Shepperton
Buckland Primary, Staines
Granard Primary, Putney
Poplar Primary, Merton