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“ It gave me a greater insight into educating young people, includingthose with disabilities and challenging them to be more independent”(Delegate, Liverpool Inclusion Conference)St Mary and St John Primary School are delighted to be hosting, in partnership withCreate Development, this exciting and innovative conference. The day will provide a greatopportunity for colleagues from mainstream Primary, Secondary and Special Education tocome together to firmly place all young people at the heart of school sport.


““An inclusive, practical, inspirational day withpassionate and driven tutors.(Delegate, Liverpool Inclusion Conference)Conference OverviewThe conference will inspire teachers, coaches and support staff to have theconfidence to provide suitable and challenging activities for young people withmovement and co-ordination difficulties.The content of the day will be ideal for anyone wishing to further differentiate theirPE lessons for all their pupils and will be suitable for both Primary and Secondary agechildren. The content will be relevant and stimulating for experienced and newlyqualified teachers alike! On the day, we will explore and discuss the theory and aimto up-skill delegates, through practical based sessions and activities – so don’t forgetyour trainers! Furthermore, it will be a great opportunity to ask questions of andseek advice from specialist practitioners!There will also be an awe-inspiring demonstration and talk from a member of theTeam GB Para-Showjumping squad!BookingVenue SS Mary and John Primary School, Meadow Lane, Oxford OX4 1TJDate Thursday 18th April 2013Time 9.30 am – 3.30 pmCost £70 + VATBooking www.thameandoxfordssp.org.ukClick on the calendar tab: then click on ‘April 18th’,then click on ‘PE Inclusion Conference’ and follow instructionsBooking enquiries – Margaret StevensTel: 01865 252 702 mobile: 07795 122 280email: mstevens@oxford.gov.ukConference Enquiries – Gareth KeymerTel: 01865 723 841email: office.ssmj@ssmj.oxon.sch.uk

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