Welcome to episode 186 of The PE Umbrella podcast, the ONLY dedicated Primary PE Podcast in the world!
Joining me Under the Umbrella this week is the head of PE in a SEND school, Simon Roadley!
During this episode, we learn more about the importance of inclusion and ensuring that the PE curriculum is accessible for all. Simon has spent the majority of his career working in a predominantly SEND setting so it was a wonderful opportunity for him to share strategies and advice for all teachers who may have students with SEND in their classes. Talking points during this episode included:
– What currently excites you about PE?
– What misconceptions of Primary PE would you banish to room 101 given the chance?
– What is your ideal primary PE lesson recipe?
– What tips/advice would you include to deal with SEND students?
-What have been some of your most successful strategies in working with SEND students?
– What was the worst PE lesson you ever taught and why?
All of that plus top class-management tips, favourite warm-up games and several other side conversations, I’m certain the episode will give you something to mull over and hopefully implement in your own teaching setting!
So what are you waiting for? Come on over and join us Under the PE Umbrella.
Twitter – @SimonRoadleyPE
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