About the programme
NI’s portal offers schools a full PE Curriculum and Wellbeing Program that will help support and enhance the pupils, teachers, and school experience. This unique program covers all areas of the PE National Curriculum including Games, Athletics,Gymnastics, and Dance from Foundation to Key Stage Two. The program can be delivered right in the comfort of the teacher's classroom with little to no equipment or space needed.
The pupils will experience all the physical and social benefits of PE by simply following and taking part in the lessons being delivered on-screen by a member of our highly skilled team. This will give teachers the opportunity to access the needs of each child while also supporting and encouraging them as the lesson unfolds. Our very own wellbeing program is broken down into lessons for Foundation, KS1 & KS2, and covers areas such as breathing technique, growth mindset, building resilience, and exploring emotions. This part of the program is also delivered via video and accompanied by online resources.
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Each PE Session comes with a detailed lesson plan that the teacher can use for monitoring and recording the areas that the class has covered. New lessons will be uploaded monthly and will be designed to keep pupils active and be in line with current guidelines. Our 'Movement Break' section is a series of videos that can be played at any time during the school day and are great for increasing concentration and energy levels through fun games and activities that can be done in the classroom.
Our collection of 'Skill Development' videos will break down the skills involved in physical activity and sport. This will greatly help the learning experience of the pupil and teacher. Finally, our 'Forum' will enable teachers from all over the county to share ideas and ask questions in relation to Physical Activity and Wellbeing.
The CORE NI Team will also be present to help monitor and offer as much advice as they can. This resource has the ability to develop and change along with the demands of the current climate ensuring that our children keep physical activity, learn new skills, and look after their own and others' physical and mental health.