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Our conference will focus on the national consensus statement for physical literacy, launching in September 2023 and consider the latest Government ambitions for gender equality and youth engagement in schools.
Expert speakers will:-
Delegates will hear from experts in the field and have the chance to network with local and national partners and access relevant resources and support for both quick wins and long term improvements.
Gethin is an independent consultant in the fields of education, health and wellbeing, and physical literacy informed practice. Gethin also teaches at the School of Sport Health and Exercise Science, Bangor University specialising in physical literacy informed practice and physical education pedagogy and has presented at several International conferences.
Ali is Senior Innovations Manager with the Youth Sport Trust (YST). She researched and developed the award-winning Girls Active Programme, tackling inactivity in adolescent girls and completed a leadership project placing co-design with young people at the heart of YST’s work. Ali’s programme portfolio also includes school sport partnerships, disability sport, tackling obesity, health and wellbeing, and physical literacy.
FREE to Active School Members (max 4 places)
£300 to non member schools, with FREE 2nd place
Eligible use of PE & sports premium funding
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