10,000 real PE practitioners!

Create Development is proud to celebrate the 10,000th practitioner to take part in a real PE programme.

That’s a positive impact on over 650,000 pupils in over 3,000 schools.

The real PE programme is a unique, holistic and market leading approach to teaching and learning in PE. It provides fun and simple Schemes of Work and support for Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 practitioners that give them the confidence and skills to deliver outstanding PE. Fully aligned to the new National Curriculum and Ofsted requirements, real PE focuses on the development of agility, balance, coordination, healthy competition and cooperative learning.

Create Development works closely with local partners across the country to establish sustainable communities of learning to raise the quality of PE and to fully embed programmes within schools.

Rob Crocker, from the New Forest School Sport Partnership said: “We support 56 primary schools in the New Forest in Hampshire and the real PE programme has reinvigorated local primary school teachers’ love of PE. Teachers now feel they have the confidence to deliver fun and engaging PE lessons. We feel that developing the skills and expertise of PE within New Forest schools will ensure a lasting legacy of consistently good teaching of PE in our area.”

Jenny Howse, Phase Leader and Year 1 and 2 Teacher from Hythe Primary School was the lucky 10,000th practitioner in the Create Learning Community in Brockenurst today. Jenny received a free place on her next Continued Professional Development journey with Create Development, along with a box of goodies including a trophy, Family FUNS home pack, polo shirt, pens and notebooks.

Jenny Howse 10000 practitioner

Ronnie Heath, Managing Director of Create Development said “Our vision is to create positive relationships with physical activity for life for all children. We support teachers, who understand and know their pupils better than anyone, to deliver outstanding PE lessons and create fabulous core memories of physical activities and experiences. By focusing on the child first we help them develop essential behaviours, physical literacy, thinking and emotional skills.”