The AFPE is the only representative PE Subject Association in the UK. Their purpose is to promote and maintain high standards and safe practice in all aspects and at all levels of physical education, influencing developments in physical education at national and local levels.
As the Subject Association for physical education they provide quality assured membership services and resources, and valuable professional support for members and the teaching profession through a range of high quality professional development opportunities, regular updates, member journals, insurance and helplines for health & safety and legal advice.
The Youth Sport Trust is a British charitable trust which aims to support the education and development of young people through physical education.
The Change for Life team are dedicated to providing quality resources, classroom ideas plus great ideas for PE lessons. The school zone is where you'll find curriculum-linked resources and inspiration to help you teach children about healthy eating and being active.
National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs) such as the FA, England Athletics, the RFU etc are independent organisations who lead the development and delivery of their sport nationally and locally. NGBs are not directly responsible for the delivery of PE and school sport. Some NGB's can provide you with programmes or other support in order to improve PE and sport within your school.
The Department for Education has published an updated version of the statutory guidance Keeping children safe in education, which revises and replaces the 2015 guidance. This came into force for schools on 5 September 2016. More>>
These are a range of partners both local and national who have sport/physical activity offers aimed at supporting schools with their PE & Sport provision. Please Note: These offers are not quality assured and inclusion within Active Cumbria website is no guarantee of quality.