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Webinar - Teach Dance with Confidence

Webinar - Teach Dance with Confidence

Presented by Imogen Buxton-Pickles

Teaching dance in Primary Schools can be a daunting prospect for many teachers and it’s not surprising when you look at how little PE is covered in teacher training!  Do you find yourself asking the following questions?

  • How do I demonstrate dance moves when I can’t even dance myself?
  • I’d love to teach styles like Hip Hop and Bollywood, but lack the confidence
  • I want to get more dance into the PE curriculum but don’t know where to start

Throughout this 40-minute webinar, you will discover that with the right tools and resources, you can confidently teach dance lessons that both YOU and your children will enjoy! 

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Report: The Building Blocks to improving Mental Health and Wellbeing in your Classroom

Report: The Building Blocks to improving Mental Health and Wellbeing in your Classroom

A scary statistic shows that 1 in 10 children suffer with mental wellbeing problems - this means that 3 of your pupils could be suffering from anxiety, depression or have behavioural issues.

Download this free report and receive your 9-step guide with tools to help your children effectively manage their anxiety, stresses and mood, helping to build mental strength and resilience.  

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Webinar - 5 Steps to Becoming a Truly Active School

Webinar - 5 Steps to Becoming a Truly Active School

Presented by Imogen Buxton-Pickles

This 55-minute webinar is packed full of ideas that will help you teach more actively throughout the school day with confidence and without fuss or additional prep. We will demonstrate how you can create an active curriculum including ideas for break times and after school, and how to inspire the entire school to get on the active school bus. 

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Report: 5 Steps to Becoming a Truly Active School

Report: 5 Steps to Becoming a Truly Active School

How important is physical activity to your school? Did you know that just 30 minutes of activity every day can have a major impact on a child’s life and whole school improvement? Make active learning a key objective for your school and we guarantee you will see significant improvements in your children's attitudes and performance.

This report covers the 5 fundamental areas that we believe every school should be focussing on to reap the rewards of a truly active school.

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Webinar - Achieve Better Mental Health and Wellbeing In Primary Schools - Part One

Webinar - Achieve Better Mental Health and Wellbeing In Primary Schools - Part One

Presenter by Gaye Holmes

This 45-minute webinar is perfect for teachers who are short on time

We have developed a series of webinars tackling the most important areas that will support and improve mental health and wellbeing amongst your children. This first webinar focuses on how Physical Activity and Healthy Sleep Patterns can really help develop brighter, happier and healthier children who are more focussed, switched on and ready to learn.

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