What is Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All Inclusive PE?

The Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All Inclusive PE Training Programme is a training initiative designed to improve the quality of PE provision for ALL young people in mainstream schools in the UK. The course has primarily been designed to support mainstream PE teachers in including young disabled people within PE curriculum; however the principles used can be applied to a number of settings and can be of benefit to ALL young people. Course content is linked to the 2014 National Curriculum and provides useful tools to ensure that all young people have a high quality physical education experience.


What does the training involve?

This workshop is designed to help teachers 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 long is the workshop?

The workshop is 3 hours long.


How much does it cost to attend a workshop?

The workshop is completely FREE to attend.


How do I find out what workshops are available?

You can search and enrol in existing workshops here.


What are the key requirements for hosting my own workshop?

There are a number of requirements that need to be fulfilled in order for a workshop to be viable.
Please see the list below:

Minimum number of attendees:
15

Recommended maximum number of attendees:
25 (if you wish to host a workshop for more than 22 individuals, please contact lucy.townley@youthsporttrust.org).

Audience:
PE teachers in mainstream schools, trainee teachers, classroom assistants, learning support assistants and special educational needs co-ordinators.

Venue:
The host is responsible for providing a venue for the workshop (we are unable to cover costs). This should be a sports hall or other indoor area where practical activities can take place. The training involves both theory and practical and therefore a suitable learning environment is required with minimal noise interference. Where possible, there should also be the opportunity to show a PowerPoint presentation.

Refreshments:
Refreshments are not included and the host is responsible for informing participants to bring their own. Should the host choose to provide refreshments we are unable to cover this cost.

Cancellation:
If the workshop has to be cancelled, the tutor and the course organiser are responsible for notifying all individuals attending the training and the Youth Sport Trust.


I have got more questions about the workshop.
Who do I contact?

If you have any question regarding the Inclusive PE workshop then please do not hesitate to contact Sarah at lucy.townley@youthsporttrust.org.