Welcome to episode 195 of The PE Umbrella podcast, the ONLY dedicated Primary PE Podcast in the world!
Joining me Under the Umbrella this week is director of the centre for PE, Sport & Activity at Kingston University and founder of the Mi Move app Greg Dryer. With decades of experience under his belt I knew that this podcast was going to be a real gem. I just wasn’t sure where to even begin with questions as there was simply so much we could have spoken about. However, I needn’t have worried as the conversation flowed like river rapids, crashing through so many incredible points and insights. As the recording finished, my head hurt, but in a good way. Greg challenged my thining (perhaps without even knowing) in so many different ways. I glanced at the timer and we had been recording for over an hour and a half! The funny thing is, I didn’t even get through all of the questions I had for Greg either. This is certainly a positive thing though as it leaves the door open for another recording and I for one can’t wait. However, with it being so long I have made the decision to split our chat in half so you have more manageable chunks to digest and to set you up nicely for part 2 next week.
As many of you know, I simply love the quote:
“As the area of our knowledge grows, so too does the perimeter of our ignorance”
With that said, I felt like the most ignorant person in North Yorkshire after chatting with Greg and I can’t wait for you to hear too.
What are you waiting for? Grab your note pad(s) and a fancy pen, then come and join us Under the PE Umbrella.
Twitter – @greg_dryer
Website – www.mimoveapp.com
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