Updated: Sep 5
Over the summer holidays we collaborated with our great friends at PE Scholar to provide their community with a series of blogs looking at Trauma Informed Physical Education. We have put them all together here for you.
Relationships at the heart of Physical Education
The first blog looks at how our founder, Neil Moggan, road tested a trauma informed approach at a secondary school in the UK and shares his journey, his learnings, and how it has helped the young people he serves. Click on the image to read the blog.
What is Trauma Informed PE?
In the second blog we explain what Trauma Informed PE is. Click on the image to read the blog.
Examples of how you can implement Trauma Informed PE in your setting
In the final blog we feature case studies so you have examples of how you can implement Trauma Informed PE in your setting. Click on the image to read the blog.
About PE Scholar
If you haven’t come across PE Scholar yet you are really missing out! Check out their resources, courses and insight posts here. We couldn’t recommend them highly enough!
How can we help you?
If you would like to know more, we have got a range of taster resources for you to try. We have created the ‘Enhancing Engagement Scorecard’ to help you track your progress in implementing Trauma Informed PE practice within 2 minutes. This scorecard acts as a valuable tool for self-reflection and continuous improvement.
We invite you to take the first step and click on this link to get your score.
Complimentary Gift - You will also receive access to our taster ‘Trauma Informed PE’ online teacher training course so you can learn how adverse childhood experiences affect young people in your classrooms now and long after they leave your care.
'Trauma Informed PE' online teacher training course for you
To find out more about our ‘Trauma Informed PE’ Online teacher training course which guides you how to implement the Recovery Roadmap in your PE department in 7 simple steps visit our website here.
Please quote PEScholar10 to receive a 10% discount if you go on to purchase the course.
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