The Primary PE Huddle is back for Series 3 with a whole new host of experts from across the sport and physical activity sector.
To kick off the series, we welcome Greg Dryer, co-founder and CEO of miMove.
Who is Greg Dryer?
Greg is the co-founder and CEO of miMove, the world’s first bespoke app enabling schools to help pupils make physical activity a normal and regular part of their lives.
Prior to the creation of miMove, Greg was founder and director of the Centre for Physical Education, Sport and Activity at Kingston University (CPESA) after a long teaching career that afforded him the opportunity to work with all ages from pre-school through to post-grad.
Greg is a highly experienced physical educator and critical thinker, having led PE departments in three London schools before moving into higher education.
Greg’s work disrupts exclusive practices in PE and sport. Drawing inspiration from psychology, critical theory,...
In the penultimate episode of this series of The PE Huddle, Dan meets Ryan Ellis to talk about what Ryan sees happening in schools and his tips and tricks for juggling the many demands on you as a PE Lead, including pointing out that the National Curriculum for PE doesn’t actually require you to teach specific sports.
Who is Ryan Ellis?
‘The PE Umbrella Man’, as he is often called, lived a childhood filled with sport and physical activity and always had a burning desire to teach PE. After several years of coaching and then teaching, Ryan turned his full focus towards making a bigger impact in primary PE.
In 2015, Ryan set up The PE Umbrella which has evolved from a podcast platform into a consulting career allowing him to provide training for schools, universities and SCITTs.
Listen to this week’s episode of The PE Huddle: Make PE the golden thread in your school to hear Ryan’s words of wisdom.
In the podcast, we discuss...