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I've introduced the 30 rep challenge to my lessons to give the children an example of determination. How would you show determination? Mr D
"The primary school sports funding is used well to employ professional coaches and teachers who train staff in sports skills. Staff are given the opportunity to watch experts teaching and then are observed themselves by the coaches. This has been very successful in building up teachers’ skills. Moreover, the funding has been successful in helping more pupils to take part in regular physical activity, for example, by trying different sports in which they would otherwise be unable to take part."
"Good quality age appropriate input, reliable and well organised, flexible in terms of offer, high expectations of pupils and high standards of professional conduct in school and at cross school events, enthusiastic leadership, great emphasis on values and behaviours beyond sporting context, pupils enjoy work and measurable progress can be seen in their attitudes and relationships, good quality feedback on work undertaken, excellent knowledge of challenges schools face in meeting expectations and securing outcomes for pupils."