If you’re a primary school teacher (or trainee) with a responsibility for delivering physical education at Key Stage 1 and/or 2, this could be a great course for you.
It has been developed specifically to provide primary school teachers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to plan and deliver engaging and inclusive PE and school sport.
The course focuses on planning and delivering lessons on movement skills and invasion games, linking the National Curriculum and the England FA DNA to pupil learning.
It also explores managing difference, holistic child development and using a games-based approach in PE.
This is a six-hour course, often delivered in one full day or two half days. It's mostly practical, with plenty of opportunity to join in and learn by taking part.
Our tutors are all part of the FA PE Unit, a team of teachers with a real passion for PE. They have a wealth of knowledge and experience working with teachers and children, and are experts in delivering relevant information in a friendly way.
The aim of the course is to increase confidence and competence to deliver engaging, inclusive, high-quality PE lessons through the invasion game of football.
The course outcomes are to develop a basic knowledge, understanding and application of:
The FA Primary Teachers’ Award is delivered by The FA PE Unit. Courses are generally organised as part of a specific programme hosted by schools or community clubs.
If your school is part of a FA Girls’ Football School Partnership – supported by Barclays
Contact your Partnership Lead to find details of a course being run in your area.