Tag Archives: BGE

Using the Significant Aspects of Learning

This session I have placed a clear focus on the implementation of the Significant Aspects of Learning (SALs) with my practice and within my colleagues practice. There has been a big push of these within the authority and across the country. It is clear that Physical Education is leading the way with the SALs and […]

Better Movers, Better Thinkers, Better Learners

I have spoke before of my interest and journey involving Better Movers and Thinkers (BMT), an approach to Physical Education that signifies the evolution of physical education. I have been late to the ‘party’ but I have been making up for lost time and only recently I attended a BMT Summer School, an excellent 2-day […]

Recently #inmygym

As of late I have tried to increase my twitter presence, become a teacher people want to ask questions of and engage in more professional discussions. All of this is aimed at improving not only my practice but that of the people that read my tweets by forcing them to think about the what, the how […]

Are we getting it right?

We provide a service, a service which is free at the point of need. Like everything else that is free it is well within our rights to question its quality. I for one question the quality of delivery every day, not only my own delivery but that of others across the nation. I question whether […]