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New government guidance for PE lets teachers and pupils down

By David Grecic, Professor of Sport and Physical Education, University of Central Lancashire
Alan Thomson, Senior Lecturer in Sport and Physical Education, University of Central Lancashire
Andrew Sprake, Lecturer in Physical Education & Sport / Course Leader MA in Physical Education and School Sport, University of Central Lancashire
The UK government recently published guidance for physical education (PE) aimed at all schools in England. The guidance is non-statutory, meaning it is not compulsory by law for schools to follow. Instead, it is intended as inspiration to help schools change their PE provision to benefit all pupils.

Initially, this document seems like a catalyst for positive change. Those, like us, who research and work in school PE have advocated for more high-level support and focus on the subject for…The Conversation

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