Primary PE Conference 2018

The Plymouth School Sports Partnership will be holding the annual Primary PE Conference on Wednesday 12th September 2018 at Plymouth Marjon University.  The Keynote Speech will be delivered by the Youth Sports Trust and will be followed with the presentation of the School Games Mark Awards and the Plymouth School Swimming Programme Awards

Steering Group Members, School Swimming Group and Head Teachers are invited to join us for the Keynote Speech and the Presentation of Awards.

A full programme of CPD for the Primary PE Coordinators includes 6 workshops to choose from. 

  • Option 1 – Active Literacy delivered by Youth Sports Trust (Room E208)
  • Option 2 – Active Maths delivered by ‘Maths of the Day’ (Room E206)
  • Option 3 – My Personal Best delivered by Youth Sports Trust (Room E203)
  • Option 4 - FA Primary Teachers’ Award delivered by FA (Astro/Sports Hall 2)
  • Option 5 - Primary Teachers Basketball delivered by Plymouth Raiders (Sports Hall 1)
  • Option 6 - Training Young Leaders delivered by Plymouth School Sports Partnership (Sports Hall 3)

For more information and bookings, please visit our website – and click on Events, the date and then the workshop of choice.


Anna Clooke

Anna Clooke
Partnership Leader

Telephone: 07731 471023
Mobile: 07731 471023

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Date: 7th September 2018
Time: 08:30 AM - 16:30 PM

Primary PE Conference 2018

Date: 12th September 2018
Time: 08:30 AM - 16:30 PM

Option 1 – Active Literacy

Date: 12th September 2018
Time: 08:30 AM - 16:30 PM

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