Level 5 Certificate in Primary School – Physical Education Specialism
This nationally recognised qualification aims to upskill primary school teachers, higher level teaching assistants, TAs with experience of working within PE lessons, as well as school based sports coaches.
The intended outcome is to improve the overall delivery of the physical education curriculum within primary schools.
Each day will consist of both practical and classroom based workshops.
Thursday 14 Feb 2019
Monday 4 March 2019
Thursday 9 May 2019
Monday 17 June 2019
Venue: Livingston School, Baring Road, New Barnet, EN4 9BU
For more information, Contact Paula Felgate
Tel: 07961 994681
Improving attitude to PE in schools
Free training is on offer to 17,000 secondary school PE teachers to help foster a more positive attitude to physical education. For more information please email email@example.com
Health Education, Relationships Education and Relationship and Sex Education
PSHE and SRE teaching have recently been in consultation to improve and update the current guidance and subject content. From September 2020, the DfE will be introducing statutory Health Education, Relationships Education (primary) and Relationship and Sex Education (secondary). For curriculum advice and guidance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8379 3264.
Relationship and Sex Education Training
To prepare for the introduction of compulsory Relationship Education (Primary) and Relationship and Sex Education (Secondary), Public Health will be offering training to both Primary and Secondary Schools. Training will be open to all teachers who have identified gaps and need support in delivering the proposed curriculum to students.
For more information about training please contact email@example.com or call 020 8379 5418.
Condom Distribution Scheme
The Enfield C-Card Scheme entitles young people aged 13- 25 to free condoms and is coordinated by Enfield Council’s Public Health team. Young people are registered to the scheme by a professional at participating outlets. Young people aged 16 and over can also register online at and collect their card from a professional at one of the participating outlets. New outlets can sign up to the C-Card Scheme and individuals who will be distributing condoms are trained in how to register a young person.
For more information about the C-Card scheme or how to become an outlet please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8379 5418.