As Britain’s greatest ever-female gymnast, Beth’s impressive achievements include being an Olympic Bronze Medalist, a triple World Champion, a six-time European Champion, a Commonwealth Champion and seven-times consecutive National Champion.
In recent years Beth has shared her passion for learning and education through her business Beth Tweddle Gymnastics. Following the success of these in person classes Beth has now created an online resource for schools.
PHYSICAL LITERACY PROGRAMME
Beth and the team are passionate about ensuring all children are still given the opportunity to have fun and stay active in school. Following government guidelines, we are launching a brand new Beth Tweddle Physical literacy programme.
This is a 10 week scheme of work, aligned to Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 outcomes across Science, PHSE and Physical Education, and is centred around the development of physical literacy and our Beth Tweddle Values.
The complete 10 week programme can be used for the whole school and each week is centred around one of our Beth Tweddle Values, such as Teamwork, Determination, Aspiration and Bravery. Your weekly pack will consist of videos and resources provided exclusively from Olympic Medallist and World Champion Gymnast, Beth Tweddle MBE.
For more information email email@example.com
Today I chat to Lisa-Maria Müller about her recent report for The Chartered College of Teaching –
Education in times of crisis: The potential implications of school closures for teachers and students. A review of research evidence on school closures and international approaches to education during the COVID-19 pandemic by Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg
Full report is here.
Lisa-Maria is the Education Research Manager at the Chartered College of Teaching, where she works on linking research and practice. She works on various research projects, member consultations and evidence reviews on a range of topics such as teachers’ levels of research engagement, CPD and career progression or the potential implications of school closures on teachers and students, and regularly contributes content to the member platform MyCollege. Before joining the Chartered College of Teaching, Lisa-Maria worked as a postdoctoral research associate at the Universities of Cambridge and York on two projects relating to foreign language learning. She is a qualified teacher and has worked in secondary schools in Austria and England.
‘Teacher training in England and Wales – The potential impact of curriculum 2022 on QTS’ was an article written by Dr. Jane Dorrian for NAPE’s professional journal – Primary First.
On this podcast we discuss the themes of this article in more depth.
Jane worked as a Year 5/6 primary teacher in south Wales before specialising in early years. She then became an LEA Advisory Teacher and during this time she completed her doctorate which explored the professional identify of early years practitioners. She joined University of Wales, Newport as a lecturer in 2005 and moved to Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2012. During this time she taught on Childhood Studies and Teacher Education programmes as well as undertaking research. She is currently a Staff Tutor in the School of Education, Childhood and Sport at the Open University.
For more information about the Wales curriculum https://hwb.gov.wales/curriculum-for-wales
The National Association for Primary Education speaks for young children and all who live and work with them. This includes parents, teachers, governors and all those interested in primary education. NAPE is a non-political charity and works tirelessly to support teachers in the classroom. NAPE leads the Primary Umbrella Group of thirty primary subject associations and unions and gives teachers and schools a voice at governmental level at consultative meetings with ministers for schools.
For full details of how they can support you please visit their website at nape.org.uk
Marcus Orlovsky is a financier turned tech turned education facilitator: host of TEDx conferences around Europe, working with students across UK and a National Association for Primary Education patron.
‘At Bryanston Square, I am combining my skills and knowledge to make a difference in education, from the facilities to what goes on in them, and it’s something I’m passionate about. I built a small organisation to work on bidding for large Government contracts under what was then the Building Schools for the Future programme. We bid for some 48 projects, all highly sought after contracts, and won 42. Later, I also assisted some Local Government procurement directors on around £1.5Bn of contracts from the private sector.
In addition to my speaking engagements, I now work in and around schools and their students, although I still get involved in a few building or renovation projects. I fund the work we do with students around the country through commercial work for private sector clients.
My time is taken up with projects and with helping drive change. I am often asked to speak at conferences and seminars, where my main focus is on achievement and removing blockers. Some call it motivational speaking. I also get asked to speak to commercial organisations at conferences and seminars where the matters are remarkably similar. I’ve been lucky enough to have received great reviews.’
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