Teachers and coaches can have a huge influence on the children they work with, including effects on motivation, enjoyment and good sportsmanship. But teaching sportsmanship is sometimes overlooked. How can you teach it to children?
In the last decade youth sport participation has declined greatly. How can extracurricular school sport get young people motivated to be physically active?
The new book, Physical Literacy on the Move, helps teachers develop the physical literacy of their students. In this blog post author Heather Gardner details the importance participant choice has on children’s learning.
This year’s National School Sport Week takes place from 20-24 June. As ever the weeklong campaign will be hoping to help schools inspire young people to be more physically active.
The Association for Physical Education (afPE) National Conference 2016 will take place at St George’s Park, Burton on Trent on the 5th and 6th July, 2016.
Total Hockey Training brings you the exercises and drills that have been used in conditioning some of the greatest ice hockey players in the world.
In an open letter to MPs, chief medical officers and children’s commissioners, some 70 doctors and health experts argue that schools should move towards non-contact rugby.
This book encourages child-centered practices that are truly beneficial for young athletes.