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Ilse Fullarton, PE Subject Leader at Terling C of E Primary School in Essex, offers tips on providing a rich and inspiring PE curriculum for all the sporting personalities in your class.

As teachers of young children, we have the good fortune of working with learners who have eager, sponge-like minds, who are willing to take on new challenges and who revel in success. But providing a rich, authentic and inspiring PE curriculum for all children – from those who can’t wait to put on their kit, to those who’ll invent any excuse not to – can be a struggle at times. Children’s opinions on sport differ wildly and strong influences from home, one way or the other, will sway children’s attitudes towards donning a PE kit and taking part.

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