Irish Primary PE Conference Update: Conference 2016 is officially sold out! See you all next week!



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There is a call for a greater emphasis to be placed on physical education in primary schools.  Click on the link to hear the discussion on Today FM.

The first monthly Active School Flag Newsletter issued

Read the first edition of the Active School Flag newsletter here January Newsletter 2016


Enjoy the beautiful images in this resource to promote ‘Understanding and Appreciation’ in PE Lessons

Increasing women’s participation in sport is a key strategic priority for Sport Ireland. Sport Ireland has published a new book “Changing the Game” which celebrates some of Ireland’s elite sportswomen who have excelled across a multitude of sports and continue to be an inspiration to young people across the country… use the photographs to create discussion and to promote understanding and appreciation in the PE strands. How about printing some images to integrate with some PE lessons, SPHE, Art, Geography… Click ImagesHere

Eventbrite Link to Register Online for the IPPEA Conference 27th Feb 2016 Mardyke Cork

IPPEA Online Registration Link

IPPEA Conference 2016: Details and Application Procedure

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Aistear Siolta Practice Guide Fundamental Movement Skills

Read Fundamental Movements Skills Doc (1) NCCA Dec 2015 a recent document produced by the NCCA to guide adult led activities to develop children’s fundamental movement skills (3-6 Year olds)

Read in conjunction with the CEPEC document CEPEC_FMSdocument





PE Geek Workshop Dublin

Join world renowned educator Jarrod Robinson, “The PE Geek”, for an action packed one day workshop 15 April 2016 focussed on emerging technologies to complement teaching and learning in PE. Places are filling up fast.

Attendees will focus specifically on mobile devices such as the iPad and iPod and the capacity these have for transformation within the PE classroom. All attendees will be required to bring along a mobile device and will be informed of the necessary apps prior to the workshop commencing. Attendees are guaranteed to walk away with best practice actionable ideas for immediate classroom use. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to put their new skills into action with a complete hands on focus.

PE Geek

IPPEA Response to Cosan Draft Framework for Teachers Learning: Cosan

Read IPPEA response:

The Irish Primary PE Association An Cosán Response 30.11.15

Circular Soccer

Interested in a novel way to develop skills and spatial awareness for GAMES? Check out this link