Welcome to episode 216 of The PE Umbrella podcast, the ONLY dedicated Primary PE Podcast in the world!
Joining me Under the Umbrella this week is lecturer and researcher Rachael Jefferson-Buchanan.
On this bumper episode we dive deep into a myriad of PE topics and side conversations as Rachael shares stories, tips and ideas that you can takeaway, consider or implement in your own school setting. We talk about the importance of FMS for young children and why they are so important and share thoughts on the balance between challenge and exclusion in a PE setting.
Not only that, we share thoughts on some podcast favourites too:
– What currently excites you about primary PE?
– Which PE misconceptions would you banish given the chance?
-What is your ideal PE lesson recipe?
-What was the worst lesson you ever taught and what did you learn from it?
So what are you waiting for? Grab your notepad (s) and a pen, then come and join us Under the PE Umbrella.
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Rachael’s book ‘Fundamental Fun: 132 activities to develop fundamental movement skills’ is available directly from her for purchase. Just e-mail her for further details: firstname.lastname@example.org
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