In this episode of The PE Umbrella, I am joined by Rob Wilkinson. Rob is the Director of 'Moving Matters', a London based company who are responsible for delivering high quality PE to over 40 primary schools across the city. As well as sharing his top tips, advice and resources, we talk about the inspiration behind Moving Matters through research conducted in a document named 'Designed to Move'. This document holds stark truths about the possible future pathways for our children if we don't act on the current 'inactivity' crisis now. Moving really does Matter. So what are you waiting for? I'll see you all 'Under the Umbrella'
Today, I bring you a truly wonderful activity called Hula Hut Throwdown. Inspired by Ben Landers @thepespecialist, I have adapted his amazing game and created a variation that is accessible for most primary schools, but still keeps all of the excitement, engagement and inspiration of the original! The true beauty of this game is how inclusive it really is. Centring around a variety of 'roles' in a team, children of all ages can compete together and each play a part towards their teams success. So come and join me 'Under the Umbrella' to listen, and head over to www.peumbrella.com to download the FREE PDF.
In this episode of The PE Umbrella, I am joined by Jarrod Robinson, otherwise known as The PE Geek. Jarrod is a Physical Education teacher from County Victoria, Australia, with a passion and enthusiasm for the role emerging technologies play within teaching and learning. Jarrod runs his online community at www.thepegeek.com and has his own amazing podcast of the same name, sharing top advice all year round! We delve into his vast experience to chat ALL things Primary PE including his top tips, favourite resources and how the Physed landscape compares across the globe! So come and join us 'Under the Umbrella' for an episode you simply do not want to miss!
In this very special episode of The PE Umbrella, I am joined by Mary Corder and Simon McLoughlin. Mary is the content marketing manager for a magnificent classroom resource called 'GoNoodle' and Simon is a busy Primary School teacher who uses it on a daily basis! We delve into how the 'active learning' inspired videos can help transform your classroom and provide your children with not only healthy bodies, but healthy minds too. So come on over and join us Under the Umbrella!