At Burnley FC in the Community, we are passionate about supporting people in any way that we possibly can. We are constantly humbled by those who seek our guidance in areas in which we can offer expertise and examples of effective best practice. We believe that to share knowledge, information and insight is to spread vital quality across our areas of work in collaboration with partners.
We are committed to supporting the growth of passion towards and quality of delivery in the National Curriculum subject of Physical Education. Being a sporting organisation, we invest our time in ensuring that young people are physically active in a wealth of ways.
We endeavour to create environments in which all can flourish regardless of their background, ability and/or any other characteristic that may have hindered their physiological, psychological and sociological development.
To achieve this vision we want to work in collaboration with those who also hold the responsibility of creating such environments, namely primary school teachers within a National Curriculum PE setting. The goal is to work alongside teachers to share best practice laterally and enhance the learning of their pupils.
We have some really great PE-based ideas and forms of best practice that will help any practitioner achieve ‘outstanding’ in the below areas:
We have a variety of methods in which we collaborate with teachers to enhance their confidence to plan for and deliver the width and breadth of the National Curriculum for PE. Such options and ideas are listed below:
We are always open to methods of engagement that work best for individuals and welcome any other suggestions as to how we can support in this area.
We work very closely with the Football Association’s PE Unit which is staffed by teachers who possess a wealth of knowledge, experience and qualifications and share our passion for improving standards and experiences for those who need our help the most.
Our staff have a range of minimum standards that they must achieve to fulfil the profile of a practitioner who is able to collaborate with teachers in a school setting. These are:
We hope that this information is appealing to you, your school or someone that you may know and we would love to hear from you if this is something that you think would be beneficial.
If you would like more information on our PL Primary Stars programme, or you know a school that may want to get involved, then please contact our Sport Development Manager, Sam Howell, on email@example.com or 01282 704716.