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Physical Education, Physical Activity & Sport (PEPAS)

about this guide

This resource is designed to support practitioners deliver Physical Education, Physical Activity & Sport (PEPAS) and develop the curriculum to suit their local context and meet relevant age and stage development for children and young people in this sector. This section provides content and information to augment current Health & Wellbeing provision for a broad range of learner experiences. Therefore, suggested Experiences & Outcomes, Associated Benchmarks, Learning Intentions or Success Criteria are not indicated. You may wish to reflect on the following policies and information to provide additional context in this educational setting.

National overview

These Education Scotland resources provide background information about Milestones, Learners with Complex Additional Support Needs and core Physical Education which may help support you.

PEPAS information

The Disentangling Inclusion in Primary Physical Education resource covers a range of aspects such as physical capabilities, verbal and non-verbal communication within a physical education context. PE for All in the activity section also has a range of strategies that may be useful. Scottish Disability Sport, Be Well, Be Active and organisations in External Links, other Levels across Healthy Schools, and the Cara Centre (Ireland) has a range of resources and online training that may be of interest regarding physical activity and sport.

Local Authority support

Additional support can be found at Active Schools programme in North Lanarkshire [email activeschools@northlan.gov.uk], Active Schools programme in South Lanarkshire, Disability Sport in South Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire Council Framework for Supporting Learners with Severe and Profound Learning Needs Local Scottish Disability Sport contacts can be found here.