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Welcome to the monthly Premier Education Group newsletter. We've pulled together some highlights just for you.

New functionality to support your school

We’re pleased to announce you can now highlight the sport and physical activity provision you have at your school to the public, a requirement of the sport premium funding and Ofsted.

This unique facility provides ‘real time’ updates of the courses and activities happening at your school. These updates are uploaded by our Activity Professionals, saving you administration time and associated costs.

Parents can also view and book their children onto events, whether they are parent funded or school funded. You can then view the registered pupils through your unique school log in.

Plus there is a whole host of other benefits to enjoy; but more importantly, it provides you with a facility to evidence how you’re utilising your school sport premium.

To find out more, please login and visit the services and support section and select School Sport Premium

Primary PE specialist conducts Ofsted style inspections on our Activity Professionals

Premier Sport’s National Coach Training Development Officer, Andy Heald and Dr Colin Lee, a specialist in Primary Physical Education have been conducting surprise Ofsted style inspections across the Premier Sport network throughout March.

One inspection in particular stood out for Dr Lee. Activity Professional, Kerry Branston (pictured right) was observed at Yeo Moor Primary School in Somerset and scored ‘Outstanding’.

Dr Lee commented; “That was the best PE lesson I have seen in recent times”.

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Lord Seb Coe backs new MOVE1 initiative

You may have seen a new campaign launched this week called MOVE1. MOVE1 is backed by Lord Seb Coe and appeals to anybody that can encourage children to get physically active for #move1 hour a day.

We would like to think we've set the bar pretty high when it comes to achieving this target. Since September 2013 we've had 3,656,593 attendances on our curricular PE, extracurricular and holiday time sessions meaning we have achieved MOVE1 on 3,656,593 occasions!

With our large network of Activity Professionals spread all across the country we have the capacity to deliver even more sport and physical activity to young people. Please get in touch by emailing [email protected] if we can further help your school.

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Arts Award a big hit for pupils in Sunderland

We would like to introduce our newest member to join our team of dance professionals. Anji Rippon worked as a Primary School teacher for ten years in the North East.

Anji will be providing a comprehensive curriculum and OSHL programme to schools in and around the North East area.

Not only that, Premier Performing Arts is an official Arts Award supporter and all staff including Anji are Arts Award Advisors. This means they can offer pupils with accredited qualifications alongside their school studies.

Anji commented, “The pupils that attend the weekly Arts Award session have proved inspirational to me as their delight in learning is infectious”

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Continual assessments of our staff

Year to date our Sport & Physical Activity Network have conducted 650 assessments on our Activity Professionals throughout the UK on a variety of curricular, extra-curricular and holiday events.

Our average score across all these assessments is 76% - Enhanced delivery – showing a full range of competencies and now focusing on high quality delivery, which means our staff are doing a lot of good work out there.

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Engage your pupils in structured physical activity at lunchtime

Lunch breaks are ideal opportunities for children to engage in physical activity, encouraging a balance of physical and mental challenges throughout the school day.

The STAY Active programme delivers 30 - 45 minute long sessions during lunch breaks. Using structured activities and introducing children to multiple skills, the programme encourages physical activity across all abilities.

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Member of dance crew joins our team of professionals

Whether its popping, locking, breaking or krumping; Thomas Kilminster has all the moves. Now at the age of 23 he’ll be passing his dance moves onto children across Kent.

Thomas commented; “Delivering dance and other performing arts into schools is a dream come true. The feedback I have received to date has been very positive and I am looking forward to working alongside schools delivering dance and performing arts to thousands of children."

Contact us to find out how your school can work with Premier Performing Arts. We can support you with the curriculum or OSHL Dance sessions.

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