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Welcome to the Easter Edition of our #morethansport newsletter....

If you are considering a career change then this is an ideal time to take some time out over the Easter holiday period and seriously consider a new direction.

I am passionate about making sure everyone who is keen on a change, has all the information about Premier Education Group allowing them to make an informed decision.

My 15 year experience of recruiting talented people to run their own businesses through franchising, has taught me some valuable learning’s. The main lesson being, if you are open and transparent, provide a thorough process and allow all parties to do their due diligence, the outcome will be awarding the franchise to the right person/s.

The right person/s will have the desired attributes and passion to run a successful business. It may sound simple, but we always take our time and invest heavily in this process!

Please have a look at the video below whereby I explain a bit more about our recruitment process and how we continue to attract talented people to the Premier team.

I do hope you have a relaxing Easter break and go easy on the chocolate!

Kind Regards,

Phil Gaffer
Business Development Director
Premier Education Group

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Parents rate our holiday courses – check out the results!

We recently conducted a survey asking over 100,000 parents to rate our Premier Sport holiday courses. The results were amazing, with so many great comments too. These will enable us to improve and build on our holiday time activities for parents and their family members.

Here’s a snapshot of the survey results –

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County Education Advisor for PE wowed by Premier Sport

After a meeting demonstrating our standards, operating systems and the Schools Portal with a County Education Advisor for PE, one of our franchisee’s received this email as a follow up -

‘It was great to meet you both and I was truly impressed with the robust nature of what you have to offer. I really didn’t believe this existed in many ways but there has obviously been some excellent discussions and reflective practice in the past leaving you with what looks a great offer and product. I certainly believe we can work together in the future.’

Performing Arts licensee underlines valuable Support Day

This week Premier Performing Arts Director Frankie Worthington travelled to Watford and delivered a Support Day to licensee Jason Coughlin. Jason’s objective from this FREE day was to create a new growth strategy for his business.  With Frankie’s guidance, we’re happy the Support Day was a resounding success!

Jason comments; “I met with Frankie on Tuesday this week and as always found it very useful tapping into her knowledge and setting up a plan of action to increase the workload within my territory. Frankie talked through the new exciting ‘showdown competition’ and how this brand new product is a massive tool to hit existing as well as new schools. Once again, a day very well spent!”

Olympic gold medallist urges more competitive sport in schools

Olympic gold medallist Duncan Goodhew MBE urged primary schools across the UK to encourage more competitive school sport at a football and basketball tournament in Maidstone on Tuesday 24th March 2015 which was hotly contested by 60 children from eight primary schools.

Duncan commented: “I’m encouraged that the Premier Sport team are working in partnership with all these schools, to support the non sporty children as well as creating future Olympic stars through competitive sport. This wouldn’t have been possible without sporting programmes like ‘Inspire to Engage’ which is part of Premier Sport’s brilliant Inspire Programme.”

Head teacher, Wendy Skinner from Brunswick House Primary School commented:

“Premier Sport has provided an excellent opportunity for local schools to showcase and celebrate their pupils’ sporting talents and we were extremely keen to be part of this event.”

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Great news for ukactive and activity providers – ‘physical activity should be the focus moving forward’

Please take some time to take a look at ukactive’s Policy Briefing on the Health Select Committee’s report on the impact of physical activity and diet on health, as well as a copy of the full report itself.

As you will see from the briefing, not only are the Committee and its chair, Dr Sarah Wollaston, firm in their conclusion that physical activity should be the focus moving forward, but that all health bodies, including the NHS, must now take on the responsibility to turn the tide on inactivity and get us all moving more.

As activity providers, suppliers and advocates, today’s report could not be a more positive outcome. What it does is to put activity providers into the driving seat of health policy for the next government. It also closes off the issue that obesity and physical activity are seen as two sides of the same coin.

PART TWO - Ofsted video on ‘good practice in competitive school sport’

In the last #morethansport News Update, we shared the first in a two part video published by Ofsted and featuring the National Lead for Physical Education, John Mitcheson HMI.

Here’s part two demonstrating good practice at Barking Abbey School. The school have excelled at competitive school sport, including basketball, netball and football.

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