“They might do PE if they felt like doing PE but it could always be brushed aside if there was something more important to do…”
Welcome to episode 95 of The PE Umbrella Podcast, and as always thank you for giving up your time to join me on the ONLY Primary and Elementary Physical Education Podcast in the world! In this episode I am joined by Primary School PE co-ordinator, Andrew Gregory
Having experienced teaching in secondary and middle schools, I was excited to pick the brains of Andrew about his experiences as a primary PE teacher. In this episode we discuss his initial shock when transitioning into primary school and what his visions are for the students in the school he teaches.
Click on the Timestamps below to jump to our key points of discussion:
How would you describe yourself as a teacher? [16:42]
It’s my first day in your class…What can I expect to see? [19:11]
Share the story of the worst lesson you’ve ever taught [24:34]
Favourite Warm up [30:29]
What have you learned about yourself or the PE profession in the last 12 months that you didn’t know or believe before? [32:21]
Twitter – @mrgregorype
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