We are keen to ensure that all Early Career teachers have the opportunity to develop networks of subject specific enhancement to supplement their work on the Early Career Framework. This training is open to all ECTs regardless of their ECF provider; we aim to be able to provide strong subject specific networks across our region.
The subject specific enhancement sessions for PHYSICAL EDUCATION will take place as detailed below. The method of delivery will be a combination of face-to-face at Beaumont School and a virtual meeting which will be confirmed prior to each session.
- SESSION 1: Thursday 18th November 2021
- SESSION 2: Wednesday 23rd March 2022
- SESSION 3: Tuesday, 24th May 2022
Areas of Focus
To provide ECTs with an overview of the bursary-led training, support and resources available to them as provided by the National Centre for Computing Education, which will include bespoke training sessions covering tailored content relevant to their self-identified areas of development.
Three sessions providing essential subject specific support in Year 1 of your Early Career journey.
Session 1 to include:
- Going it alone – reflections of the term so far
- Pedagogy and PE – Implementation and Impact
- T and L ideas for practical and theory PE lessons
- Needs analysis in preparation for next sessions
Session 2: A 90 minute bespoke training session based on identified needs from previous needs analysis
Session 3: A 90 minute bespoke training session based on identified needs from previous needs analysis
Who is this course for?
Early Career Teachers
Meet the facilitator
Andy Tolley, Head of PE, Beaumont School
Andy has been teaching Physical Education since 2004 and has been a Head of Department since 2010. He has taught across London in the boroughs of Sutton, Hounslow and Croydon, before moving back to Hertfordshire and taking the position of Head of PE at Beaumont in 2015.
During Andy’s career he has taken on roles such as Gifted and Talented co ordinator, Deputy Head of Department and ITT mentor. He has collaborated with the Youth Sports Trust and Sport England on various school based projects, with contributions to published materials to enhance teaching, learning and assessment in PE nationally.
He has also worked with St Mary’s, Brunel and Hertfordshire Universities contributing to their delivery of secondary PE courses to undergraduates and PGCE students. This has included leading subject specific sessions for trainees and NQT’s.