Archives for June 6, 2017

FREE FA Primary Teacher’s Award

FA Primary Teacher’s Award. This course provides a basic introduction to the skills required when planning to deliver a KS1 or KS2 Physical Education lesson through the subject content of football. The course will introduce learners to The FA’s Future Game philosophy by creating a learning environment, through the delivery of movement games and appropriate practices, and how to develop practices & activities to accelerate learning.

The course will be delivered by FA staff and will be accredited if you hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). Staff who do not hold QTS are welcome but will not be accredited.

The details are as follows (also see attachment):

Date: Friday 30th June 2017.

Time: 9am – 4pm. Registration will take place between 9am – 9:30am.

Location: Play Football, 41 S Africa Rd, Shepherd’s Bush, W12 7RW.

Refreshments: Refreshments will not be provided on the day, therefore participants are required to bring their own lunch and refreshments.

Clothing: Please wear clothing appropriate for participating in physical activities and suitable for weather on the day.

Enrolment on the course will be on a first-come, first-served basis and will be limited to one staff member per school (unless there is sufficient space for more participants). If the allocation is filled, you will be placed on a waiting list.

Please email Jesse Foyle (  to confirm the attending member of staff from your school and any potential reserves. Also please confirm the participant’s email address so we can send the registration form after the enrolment deadline at 5pm on 16th June 2017.

Primary Mini Tennis Final

The Mini Red Tennis Final was played at Paddington Recreation Ground between St Mary’s of the Angels Primary and St Josephs Primary School. Both schools had won at the group stages to make it to the finals. The quality of the tennis played was high with some very competitive matches being played. St Josephs were the overall winners, winning both the A and B team group matches.

Good luck to St Josephs who will now be representing Westminster at the School Games Level 3 finals!