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Senmove provide professional development courses for those working with students with SEN. Our courses are predominantly PE & Movement and Outdoor Education based. We also organise and run residential trips anywhere in the UK. www.senmove.org
Senmove Practitioner Course at St Mary's University.
We are pleased to announce that our Senmove PE & Movement Practitioner course will be held at St Mary's University, Twickenham, London. This course starts in October 2010.
"Everything you need to know to deliver outstanding PE & Movement lessons - all in one course".
Focusing on planning, teaching, assessing and evaluating student learning in the following four modules: Senmove Innovative PE, Senmove Trampoline, Senmove Aquatics and Senmove Outdoors.
Learn how to deliver each activity to the following ability groups: PMLD and lower ability SLD; middle ability SLD; higher ability SLD. Including approaches that really work for challenging ASD and MSI students.
This is a five day course (7th October, 4th November, 2nd December, 13th January and 10th February) - full details on our website.
Please get in touch if you would like to book a place on the course - firstname.lastname@example.org / 07739174949.
PE & Movement Foundation at QEII Jubilee School, London
We are also delighted to be working with QEII Jubilee School, Westminster, London who are to host our PE & Movement Foundation course. This is a one day course on Thursday 18th November. To book a place please contact Sue Lowry at the school - email@example.com
Queensmill School - Residential Trip to the Forest of Dean
Two weeks ago students from Queensmill School had a fantastic time on their five day trip to the Forest of Dean. They all really enjoyed studying the River Wye, the forest environment and the shoreline at Caswell Bay on the Gower Peninsular.
To read about a similar trip that we organised for Linden Lodge School last year to the New Forest - click here.
Talent ID Day - Wandsworth SSP
We recently organised a Playground-to-Podium Talent ID day for the Wandsworth School Sports Partnership. The students performed a range of tests to look at their natural ability. Results will be examined and some participants will be chosen to go to the regional CAAD day at Crystal Palace in July. Well done to all students from Oak Lodge, Linden Lodge and Southfields Schools.
If you would like to know more about anything in this newsletter please do not hesitate to get in contact.