“If you’re not happy when you’re coaching, then why are you doing it?”
Welcome to episode 114 of The PE Umbrella Podcast, the only Primary PE podcast in the world, as we talk ALL things Physical Education.
This week I am joined by Ryan Bromyard. Ryan works for Leicester City football club and delivers the Primary Stars project on behalf of the premier league. He is currently responsible for delivering CPD and ensuring students receive the best possible PE experience in two Leicester based primary schools.
Starting his career as a football coach, Ryan soon found a passion for working with young children and helping them find their enjoyment in playing sport. He was keen to develop his trade and worked incredibly hard to level up his delivery before even entering the primary school setting. I found it incredibly easy to connect with Ryan on many levels as his path has many similarities with my own and I was able to empathise with many of the experiences he has had. Ultimately, Ryan has a clear goal for the students he teaches and is immensely passionate about the job he is doing. It was a real pleasure to chat with him on the show and I’m certain that everybody listening will relate to him and find great value in the stories and ideas shared through our discussion!
Click below to jump to timestamps for key talking points in this episode…
Has coaching helped you delivering primary PE? [06:43]
Describe yourself as a teacher in 3 words? [11:51]
What is the Worst lesson you have ever taught in Physical Education? What did you learn? [21:44]
What is the best lesson you have ever taught? [26:35]
What is your favourite EVER warm up? [35:59]
What is your top class management tip for teaching Primary PE? [32:10]
What have you learned about yourself or the teaching profession in the past 12 months that you didn’t know or believe before? [37:56]
Twitter – @brom25
Email – email@example.com
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