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Professional Support for PE & Outdoor Learning

Bespoke development, support and guidance on all aspects of Physical Education and Outdoor Learning for schools, teachers and teachers in training

Associate Member scheme


Schools have the opportunity, for a small annual fee to have access to a level of support and advice that was historically available from local authorities.

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Educational visits and journeys


Schools can be supported by the Physical Education Hub in the planning and approval of educational visits.



OutdoorLearning

High Quality PE & Outdoor Learning makes lives better!


The Physical Education Hub is committed to providing robust support to schools across the region and beyond.


This could be through bespoke support delivered to individual schools, or learning clusters on-site, or through central venue workshops. We can provide cutting edge support to schools that is bespoke and entirely needs driven.


We also have partnerships with School Sport Partnerships, NGBs, The Association for PE and The Youth Sport Trust. We are proud to supplement the work of the Initial Teacher Education Department of the University of Bedfordshire.


The Physical Education Hub is committed to ensuring that teachers have effective ways of moving practice on in their schools and making a positive impact on young people.

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Specialist Qualifications for Primary School PE


The Physical Education Hub is accredited to lead the new Level 5&6 Subject leadership course for primary school teachers

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The Physical Education Hub

             14 Willington Road

              Cople

              Bedford

              MK44 3TH

 

  07914 833790


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January 2015


The Department for Education has published revised content for GCSEs in art and design, dance, music, computer science and physical education (PE) and A levels in dance, music and physical education.


As announced in April this year, these GCSEs and A levels will be first taught from 2016. In common with all reformed GCSEs and A levels, they will be high-quality, demanding and academically rigorous qualifications which better prepare students for the demands of further education and future employment.


The following documents have been published on gov.uk today:


The new GCSE content for art and design, computer science, dance, music and physical education (PE)

The new AS and A level content for dance, music and physical education

Government response to the consultation on art and design, dance, music, computer science and physical education (PE)

Assessment of the equalities impact of new subject content for art and design, dance, music, computer science and physical education (PE)

Today Ofqual is also confirming its decisions on how these new GCSEs and A levels should be assessed, including the proportion of non-exam assessment and the assessment objectives for each subject. These can be found on Ofqual’s website.