Sainsbury's Active Kids 4 All Inclusive PE courses
Sandra is a tutor of the Sainsbury's Active Kids 4 All Inclusive PE course on behalf of the Youth Sport Trust and English Federation of Disability Sport. She is willing to travel to any area of the country if there are no other tutors available in that area, subject to having travel and accommodation costs met. Sainsbury's AK4A courses are usually booked through the local Project Ability School, but if you need help please contact Sandra and she will offer her assistance.
SportscoachUK Active Kids for All Inclusive Sport Community Training
This course is similar to the Sainsbury's course above, but is aimed at coaches, carers and PAs that work with disabled people. No previous experience or knowledge of sport is necessary to attend this course. Please book through SportscoachUK or contact Sandra.
Bespoke Inclusive PE & Sport courses
Sandra can also devise Inclusive PE & Sport courses for any user group, for instance a club that wants to include disabled people, a Special School that needs to include students with a range of disabilities, or a group of coaches that want to ensure they employ the best inclusive practise.
Inclusive PE courses for trainee teachers
Sandra can deliver tailored Inclusive PE training as part of your Primary PE PGCE course for various PE teacher training providers. Please contact email@example.com if you'd like to know more.
More information about the Sainsbury's course -
What is the Active Kids for All Inclusive PE Training programme?
The Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All Inclusive PE Project is a training initiative designed to improve the quality of PE provision for young disabled people in mainstream schools in the UK. Through this initiative we will provide inclusive PE training and resources to teachers, trainee teachers and learning support assistants throughout the UK, over a four year period from 2012 to 2016.
Who is this course targeted at?
The course has primarily been designed to support mainstream PE teachers and trainee teachers in including young disabled people within the PE curriculum; however the principles used can be applied to a number of settings and can be of benefit to ALL young people.
The training can also be used to support other teaching staff, classroom assistants, learning support assistants and special educational needs co-ordinators.
What does the training involve?
This workshop is designed to help teachers to embed inclusive practice in their planning, delivery and assessment within the curriculum. The training involves theory and practice to support you in having a clearer understanding of the needs of all pupils. You will also explore teaching strategies to ensure all pupils are engaged and make good progress, both of which are essential in outstanding teaching.
It is made up of both online and face to face elements; you will be supported to share material with your colleagues and you will have access to an online portal to support your continued professional development.
How much does it cost?
Free; this training has been sponsored by Sainsbury’s.
How do I book a place on the training?
Please contact your local trainer or Project Ability school in the first instance. From 8th April 2013, please note that you will be required to register your place at www.inclusivepe-eng.co.uk.
Sandra King, Disability Sport & PE Consultant
Tel: 07719336582 01480 536444
"Fantastically informative; I feel very confident and eager to teach 'PE for all'
"Excellent day that provided a lot of key knowledge that we can use in our lessons"
"Brilliant course. Very thorough. I feel a lot more confident teaching PE"
"Eye-opening and very relevant to teaching Primary"