ShareLearnTeach Mentoring Programme

Are you looking for someone to inspire and support you through your teaching journey? Or are you interested in mentoring a teacher during their teaching career?

Then make sure you sign up to our Mentoring Programme!

We are looking to provide a mentoring support group to enable teachers to work together to develop practice and share experiences. Please complete the form below to sign up!

Chris Fallick

South East London 

Chris is an experienced PE teacher and school leader who has worked in a range of schools on the south coast over the last decade. He has a proven track record of improving outcomes over time. He has over 10 years of teaching and leadership experience focusing on improving the quality of teaching and learning in PE. He has delivered online CPD sessions to schools and is always developing new resources for all PE Teachers to access. He has been nominated for teaching awards and has led external CPD events across the UK. He qualified as a teacher from Brighton University and has an MA in Education, NPQSL and is an examiner for an exam board.

Leading and improving department
Developing GCSE resources, embedding retrieval, and intervening tasks

Twitter: @mrfallickpe

Rachel Slater

Oxfordshire

I am in my 4th year of teaching and started my career abroad completing my NQT and NQT+1. I now teach in the UK and am currently 2nd in Department and KS3 coordinator. I teach OCR GCSE and AQA A-Level and from September (2020) I will be our Academy Trusts Primary School PE link. I have a passion for teaching and learning across all key stages, and I am also Head of House, which keeps me engaged with students outside of the ‘classroom’.

Dance, Fitness, GCSE inc. extended answers

Ryan Palmer

South East London 
Experience – Work in a SEMH Secondary School with pupils on EHCP’s. 6 + years in education and head of PE and Sport. I also coordinate whole school activities as-well as fitness and exercise classes for pupils.
Strengths – Specialist in behaviour management; Inclusive approaches and strategies; Sporting based knowledge.
Influence Twitter – @strictlypalms
Educational Twitter – @ryaneduk
Instagram – @strictlypalms

Zoe Leddy

Lincolnshire 

Still being in the early stages of my teaching career, I have a real passion for experimenting with, and implementing, various pedagogies and approaches within my curriculum teaching of PE. At the core of my ’teaching philosophy’ I focus on modernised approaches to physical education whereby pupils are at the centre of their learning and passion for the subject is created through engaging and motivating approaches to learning (e.g. gamification, independent learning). Alongside this, I have a keen interest in cognitive psychology and how to create ‘productive learners’ which has subsequently led to me experimenting with various AfL strategies/methods focused around interleaving and low-stake retrieval practice within my teaching.

– Modern approaches to teaching PE (e.g. gamification)
– Practical and active approaches to learning in the classroom (theory-based content)
– AfL strategies and resources for GCSE and A-Level centred around low-stake retrieval practice.
Twitter: @MissLeddyPE

Courtney Pettifor

Cambridge

Experience: Courtney Pettifor is currently Lead Teacher of Physical Education at a secondary school in East Cambridgeshire, which he has held that position for nearly two years. Teacher of OCR GCSE PE and BTEC Level 2 in Sport. Creator ofwww.gcseperevision.co.uk.  Lead Co-ordinator of TeachMeet PE Icons.

  1. GCSE PE
  2. Curriculum Design

Contact: Twitter – @C_PettiforPE

Melissa Campbell

Blackpool, North West

I qualified as a PE teacher in 2007 and secured my first full time post at the school I am still at now, dedicated or crazy, you decide! During my teaching experience, I have taken on various opportunities which have supported me into secure the current role I am in now as curriculum leader of PE. Since being appointed CAL of PE I have made significant improvements and changes to the PE curriculum offer in favour of our students, who often come from disadvantaged backgrounds. We have moved to study OCR Cambridge Nationals Sports Studies, which so far has seen a positive impact on data and student engagement. As well as this offering, AQA GCSE PE results have gone from strength to strength with our most recent results being 93% at 4+. This I believe is through our extensive teaching and learning focus as well as rigorous analysis of live data. We also offer an extensive list of sporting activities not only on the curriculum but which form part of the extra-curricular programme, providing breadth and depth to our curriculum.

I believe my strengths lie in teaching and learning, analysis of data and behaviour management. I have confidence in providing all of my students with stretch and challenge as well as models and scaffolding techniques to provide support and chance of success. The relationships I have with my students are positive, providing a consistent approach and taking an interest in the child beyond the classroom providing a holistic approach. However, students know the boundaries when in my lessons and that school policies are adhered to and therefore, this is reflected in the high standards and expectations promoted.

Contact: @MelCampbell_PE

Josh Burge

Lincolnshire/East Midlands

I am a current Head of Faculty (Physical Education and Sport), a role I have been in for over 4 years now. I am also heavily involved in teaching training and teaching and learning within school and across the county. In addition, I am a SLE and have many hours experience of implanting the coaching model across education. I am also currently completing my NPQSL qualification.

Away from teaching I am a part time FA Coach Educator where I deliver the FA Level 1, 2 and UEFA B courses.

•GCSE and A Level PE (AQA)
•Teaching and Learning
•Middle Leadership (HOF/HOD)

Via Twitter @JRBurge4

Liam Webb

Poulton Le Fylde, Lancashire
Liam is now in his fourth year of teaching. He has worked in central Blackpool and other local Fylde Coast towns. Liam works extremely closely with various PE sites such as ShareLearnTeach, PE4Learning and PupilProgress in order to develop the practice of Physical Education. Liam has also ran multiple webinars via ChargedUpEducation on various topics in relation to Physical Education. Liam has also been invited to speak on educational podcasts such as Naylor’s Natter and written blogs which have been released on TeacherToolKit.
Most recently Liam has become a team member at TeachMeetPEICONS, a leading group of PE teachers who are developing national CPD event in order to share best practice. Away from the online world, he is a advocate for the development of Handball and has worked with England Handball and members of Team GB to create Physical Education CPD and opportunities.
AOS – KS3 Engaging Resources, Sharing Best Practice, Retrieval Practice, Handball.

Joseph Griffiths

University of Exeter

I am a current Secondary PGCE PE trainee teacher at the University of Exeter. I was recently awarded the degree of BSc with First Class Honours. My genuine love of sport has led me to play cricket and squash for a number of years at club, district and provincial standard. I have been fortunate to teach across a range of community, international and independent schools, in both the UK and South Africa. Upon graduating from the University of Exeter in June 2020, I will be seeking NQT status, with the intention to study my MA in Development Education and Global Learning. I advocate providing opportunities to support pupils to shape the development and trajectories of their peers, whilst participating in a wide range of co-curricular activities!

My areas of strength include; facilitating students to become active participants in the classroom; the development of a student-centred approach to teaching and learning; incorporating educational technologies into the classroom; and sport education.

Twitter: @MrJRGriffiths1

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/joseph-griffiths-25b54a12a

Mike Murton

Surrey

A recently qualified secondary teacher from St Mary’s University in Twickenham. I’m currently teaching in a Prep School in Surrey. I have experience of teaching the ages 3 – 18 in PE and currently in my NQT year. Recently, I have been asked to attend PE conferences on Roseinshine in PE and how I utilise the Sports Education Model in Primary PE.

Differentiation, lesson planning and creating/using resources. I love to implement Sports Education in my lessons.
@MMurtonPESHS

Faye Engelbrecht

Chelmsford – Essex

Teaching for 20 years. My career started in Buckinghamshire and soon became Head of PE of a large young and fun PE department. After a fantastic 7 years I moved back to Essex and became Head of PE at a Large Sports College. This is where I joined the Youth Spoorts Trust as a CatalYST and started the Essex PE Conference. We held network meeting specialising in GCSE Edexcel, A level OCR and BTEC Sport. Curriculum development and approriate assessment became a big passion and drive alongside the YST MyPB programme.

More recently I have become Assistant Headteacher taking on multiple roles and going through the new Ofsted inspection.

Building an ‘outstanding’ department

Support for Heads of department and post holders

General PE, Sport and curriculum development questions

Tom Brush

Birmingham

I have been teaching for 14 years and have a wealth of experience teaching various exam courses such as GCSE P.E and more recently OCR Sports Studies. I have a specific interest and passion in developing teaching and learning in PE, pedagogy, assessment and developing an holistic KS3 curriculum. I have spent a long time developing our KS3 curriculum that now focuses on offering more of a models based PE curriculum linked to ME in PE assessment.

Developing teaching and learning in PE, pedagogy, assessment and developing an holistic KS3 curriculum
Twitter: @tombrush1982

Paige Waldron

Faversham, Kent

After obtaining a first class degree (BA Hons, Physical Education) and a PGCE at the University of Brighton I secured a job in a grammar school in Kent. I am currently in my second year of teaching (2019/2020). I teach girls PE (including dance), GCSE PE (Edexcel), A Level (AQA) and PSHE. I hold no responsibilities at school and devote all my time to ensuring I am setting myself up to be a knowledgeable, passionate, outstanding teacher. I believe this is vital because a good leader is formed from a good teacher! (I think it is important to note, one day, when the time is right, I hope to hold a responsibility!!)

-Core lessons: I have written SOW’s, explored appropriate modes of delivery,  brought new sports onto our curriculum (cheerleading) and developed others (dance).

– GCSE: I have worked so hard on both students’ ability to recall knowledge (through various recall activities) but also applying it to the 9 marker. On top of exploring exciting, engaging modes of delivery.

-A level: I specialise in ONE area (content listed below) and only teach year 12 (but not AS we deliver only the full A level). I have written the course outlines, curriculum maps, assessment points as a result of recently changing exam boards.

-Extra curricular: I have set up and delivered a school dance show (soon to be a district dance show- fingers crossed), have a cheerleading and trampolining team that compete: on top of district sports.

…and for all those asking, yes I am also a fitness instructor!…

– Trampolining

-A level (information processing, sport and society, skill acquisition)

-GCSE application of knowledge (9 marker)

Twitter: MissWaldron_P

SLT: MissWaldron_P

Email: On request

Andrew Harrison

Blackpool/Lancashire

Currently teaching BTEC Sport Level 2 and 3. Experience of delivering BTEC Sport, A-Level PE and GCSE PE. Previous experience working in secondary schools, colleges and now within a football club. I have a passion for building learner understanding and to discover fresh and innovative ways of delivering high quality lessons to boost learner knowledge through technology, engaging resources and student-led classroom environments.

Specialise in questioning techniques and subject knowledge.
@AndyHarrisonPE on Twitter
Andrew Harrison on LinkedIn

Claire Pring

Derbyshire

I started teaching in 1990, since then I’ve taught primary, secondary, community, examined & moderated for AQA, written resources for BBC, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Derbyshire County Council & many others.

Currently I deliver training for various organisations including One Dance UK, People Dancing, the Royal Opera House…

I now mainly focus on primary, though happy to help across the board.

Twitter – @cpringdance

©2020  a premium website by WebPress Solutions

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?