Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All
Free training and resources are available for teachers and school staff in providing high quality PE provision for all young people.
To continue the momentum and create a lasting legacy for disabled people after London 2012, the four Home Country disability sport organisations and Sainsbury’s, with support of Paralympics GB and the Youth Sport Trust, have joined forces to develop Active Kids for All Inclusive PE training, based on the UK Disability Inclusion Training (UK DIT).
Sainsbury’s have committed to investing £1million over the next four years to support this initiative.
What does the training involve?
It involves both theory and practical to support you to have a clearer understanding of the needs of all pupils. Plus, it enables you to use teaching strategies to ensure all pupils are engaged and make good progress, both of which are essential in outstanding teaching.
In England, the course will take approximately six hours to complete and is made up of both online and face-to-face elements. You will be supported to share material with your colleagues and have access to an online portal to support your continued professional development.
Who is this course targeted at?
Primarily designed to support PE teachers in mainstream schools to include young disabled people within PE curriculum. However, the principles used can be applied to a number of settings and can be of benefit to all young people.
The training can also be used to support other teaching staff, trainee teachers, classroom assistants, learning support assistants and special educational needs co-ordinators.
How do I get a free place on this training?
To book your place, follow this link and click on the country that you live or work in