Our qualified sports coach Mason is fully DBS checked and is Level 2 & 3 NVQ qualified in delivering physical education and school sports.
Mason has several years experience teaching PE and leading before school clubs, lunchtime clubs and after school clubs throughout primary education. He also planned and delivered activities at holiday camp based in Nuneaton where children were between the ages of 4-13 years.
If you are looking for more than one coach to come in and assist with the delivery of PE sessions and extra-curriculum activities this can be discussed via a scheduled meeting.
We are very flexible with what we offer, by this we mean we offer a wide variety of different sports that are within the school’s requirements and to match the curriculum that is in place, these include:
All of our sessions are planned thoroughly before hand and are progressive as the term goes on to ensure students can develop to their full potential. All lesson plans are structured to meet the standards of the school and OFSTED. We are very flexible and we can either use our own lesson plans which will be in-line with the schools long-term plans, or we can deliver the sessions based on the lesson plans provided.
If it was more than one coach that you required and we had come to an agreement to do so, we would like to ensure that the same coach would teach the same class weekly, this is to ensure continuity with both staff and the children with the same coach teaching the same class every week.
This allows the coach to provide clear assesments on the classes and to build that level of trust with the children which is key when teaching within a school. If there is an unforeseen circumstance which means the coach is unavailable, cover will be provided by another coach.
If due to bad weather sessions that were planned cannot go ahead and the hall space is unavailable or in use, we offer theory lesson based sessions solely based around the sport they are learning about.
MHR are also able to deliver a wide variety of different extra-curriculum activities before school, during lunchtimes and after school clubs. This is dependable on the school’s requirements.
We can provide a wide variety of games and activities during these time periods and we usually separate them by key stages however this can be discussed.
Here is a list of available clubs/sessions we provide:
If there are any other clubs that you would require or if you would like to vary the sports/activities throughout the term/ half term, this can be discussed.
During lunchtime we appreciate the lack of space that is available and fully understand that children most definitely must be having fun during this period of time which is why we offer non-curriculum based sessions during lunchtimes. We provide fully supervised games during break time either on the playground, field or space provided. The competitive level is balanced to suit the group and tackling any unacceptable behaviour is within the school’s guidelines and policies.
Lunch-time play can be quite problematic for children outside the classroom environment due to not being actively involved in a task, activity or game. Having a coach to supervise and lead games sessions during this time where children are not involved in a activity is a great way to tackle this problem.
Regular assessments will be made to ensure progression is evident for each individual. Formative assessment's will be made throughout lessons to inform future learning/lesson adaptation.
Summative will take place at the end of each half term/ in line with school's assessment arrangements. These formal assessments will be communicated to class teacher or head of PE as/when needed. The terminology for assesments will typically include. ' working towards', 'working at expected', or ' exceeding;' however, should a school use different terms, assessments will be adapted accordingly.
Our flexibility and ability to adapt will ensure individual schools needs are met.