The workshop details are as follows:
Workshop A: Healthy Schools Programme
The workshop will provide delegates with an overview of the Black Country Healthy Schools Programme including the National DFE Rating, the Active Lives Children’s Survey and further details on the Black Country Platinum Award Mark due to be launched April 2020.
Deliverer: Black Country Public Health Teams
Workshop B: Opening School Facilities & Funding Opportunities
The workshop will provide the opportunity to hear the emerging insight around Black Country School Facilities, local and national resources available to support open their facilities to community access and an overview of funding opportunities schools can access.
Deliverer: Active Black Country
Workshop C: Active Travel and Community Transition
This workshop will provide the opportunity to understand walking and cycling plans for the region and the resulting impact and opportunities for schools. Hear local practical examples and approaches to consulting and engaging the local community in active travel.
Deliverer: Living Streets, Active Black Country and a Local Primary School
Workshop D: Swimming and Safe Self Rescue
The workshop will provide delegates with the latest resources and guidance from Swim England to support Primary national curriculum swimming, hear local best practice approaches and the current state of play with Swimming across the Black Country.
Deliverer: Swim England, Active Black Country and a local Primary School
Workshop E: 30 Active Minutes
The workshop will provide opportunities to discuss the challenges facing schools in increasing physical activity opportunities and provide a number of school examples and approaches across 2 distinct areas.
1. Utilising your School workforce
2. Implementing an effective school CPD model
Deliverer: YST and 2 Local Primary Schools
Workshop F (only running once): Ofsted: A PE Deepdive - THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL
The workshop will provide support to delegates in:
• Understanding Ofsted’s role and implications of the new inspection framework
• Understand what a ‘deep dive’ in PE looks like
• Knowing what they want pupils to achieve
• Knowing how to utilise and meet statutory requirements regarding funding available
Workshop G: Mental Wellbeing - THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL
The workshop will provide an overview of what support is currently available to schools, provide ideas to support schools in the challenge against mental wellbeing and how to recognise signs of mental health issues and factors that can affect wellbeing.
Workshop H: Primary PE CPD (practical) - Gymnastics
A practical workshop providing schools with the latest information, skills and guidance to deliver high quality gymnastics lessons within your school.
Deliverer: University of Wolverhampton
Workshop I: The impact of Physical Activity on Whole School Outcomes
A workshop providing schools with the latest evidence and research on the impact that physical activity, physical education and school sport can have across the whole school. The workshop will also allow delegates to hear headline findings from research into physical activity levels through the transition period of year 5 in primary schools to year 8 in Secondary schools.
Deliverer: University of Wolverhampton: Public Health