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Friday 14th March 2014



...to your new weekly update featuring news articles from across the Premier Education Group.

For more information on any of the articles featured below or for any general enquires, please email [email protected]


Our very own Premier Sport Activity Professional,
Eugene Ayanful, is in inspiring mood...

Not only is Eugene proving to be a huge inspiration to children as a role model delivering PE, Sport and Physical Activity to primary school children, he's also aiming to achieve some pretty impressive goals of his own.

On the track, Eugene is working hard to ensure a place at this summer's Commonwealth Games. Injury ruled him out of London 2012, but after some recent good form with victory in the 200m Indoor Championship in Vienna; Glasgow 2014 is a real possibility.

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World Cup winning Rugby player supports our Chewits Sports Courses

Jason Robinson, the World Cup winning Rugby player, will share his tips to educate the importance of a healthy lifestyle to children at Gilnow Community Primary School, Bolton. The event will take place this Monday.

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Base Line Measurements - More than just an HPA day

In a landscape of accountability and impact, is your business development strategy evolving?

Franchisee & GM licensee, Jan Miller talks about her successes with delivering BLM days in Swindon:

“Following the day I've provided a report on the figures to each of the schools. Having this report to feedback to the school has given me the access to head teachers that I wasn't getting and has in fact opened more doors to curriculum time and clubs. With the figures in front of the head teacher and talking about fitness levels it is easier to upsell our Inspire products.

The Golden Mile has also enabled me to talk to cluster of schools in the area that link in to the local Secondary school...”

WATCH THIS SPACE for an all new comprehensive BLM report for licensees.

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Dance crew member joins Premier Performing Arts

Whether it's popping, locking, breaking and krumping, Thomas Kilminster has had all the moves since a young boy. Now at the age of twenty three he'll be passing his dance moves onto children across Kent as he launches his very own Premier Performing Arts business.

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Community matters

Since September 2013, Premier Education Group has invested over £100,000 in our local communities across the UK. We are serious about our community investment programme as we understand the power of regular physical activity - we want to help more people to become more active, more often.

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Premier Performing Arts celebrates World Book Day!

Premier Performing Arts celebrated World Book Day last Thursday with Cliddedsen Primary School in North Hampshire.

World Book Day sees young children across the world engage with books in ‘a big, happy, booky celebration of reading!’ Although reading is an essential part of education, sitting down with a book isn't the only way you can explore story telling as Cliddedsen's dance class found out!

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BMS planning framework update

As part of the ongoing BMS planning framework developments, we're pleased to announce franchisees are now able to delete pupil assessments on the system.

The next part of the development will mean franchisees will be able to delete medium and short term plans from the planning framework section of the BMS. We'll keep you updated on our progress.

Remember, if you encounter any issues please ensure you log these in the ‘Bugs & enhancement’ section under the ‘Reporting’ tab of the BMS.

Contract renewals

Schools are now already thinking about their provision for the next academic year. Have you scheduled to go in and get the agreements signed up to protect yourself against local competitors who will be contacting schools in an attempt to gain new business?

It's not just about the new schools, you need to sign up existing schools ASAP so that you know what capacity you have for next year and what slots you need to fill.

Remember – schools won't chase you to do this.

Capre Register

Following the launch of the CAPRE register, nearly 80 Premier Sport coaches have signed up. By August 2015, all Premier Sport coaches will be required to join the register to comply with communication from Capre to your schools regards 'recognised good practice'.

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