Conference

Stoke SSP Annual Conference – 2013
Working together to create a healthy habit for life.

The Stoke School Sport Conference in association with City of Stoke-on-Trent Sport and Leisure Services took place on September 25th at Fenton Manor Sports Complex. Over 50 teachers from 32 primary schools/academies attended. The conference began with a fantastic solo dance display by Max Corden from Haywood Engineering College.

Unfortunately, our keynote speaker Stacey Mullock, YST Senior Development Officer was held up on the motorway however Nigel Edwards and Helen Moors were able to go through her presentation and gave the national update of the School Games framework. Nigel Edwards, North Stoke SSP Manager gave the local school sport update and Helen Moors gave an introduction to the ‘oPEn’, the new Stoke primary school PE initiative.

Workshops included: Gymnastics and Cheerleading (City of Stoke-on-Trent Sport & Leisure Services); Kwik Cricket (Richard Adams, Staffordshire County Cricket Club);KS1 Games and KS2 Games (Time4Sport); FA Tesco Skills Programme (Staffordshire FA), Diverse Dance Styles (Sports Plus Scheme), Fizzytotz (Ministry4Sport and Fizzytotz), KS2 Leadership (Helen Moors); Dance 2014 Choreography (Richard O’Brien, City of Stoke-on-Trent College); Developing Key Skills through Sport (City of Stoke-on-Trent Sport & Leisure Services); Primary Subject Leader induction (Nigel Edwards).

Useful documents from the conference:

Blank HQ outcomes audit

Common PE policy

PE SLs induction-25.9.13

Role of subject leader

Stoke Primary Calendar-2013

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