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Applying for teacher training this year?

Are you looking to apply for a PGCE or other Initial Teacher Education (ITE) provider this October? Here are some key things to tick off over the summer to make your application process as easy as possible! 1….

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Guidelines for the Selection of Physical Literacy Measures in Physical Education in Australia

Summary of a paper Will Roberts has written alongside internationally recognised authors in Physical Literacy The assessment of physical literacy poses a dilemma of what instrument to use to best suit those administering the test and using the…

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Women’s Football Charity Tournament- Student guest post

On Wednesday 6th march, the University of Gloucestershire’s Women’s Football Club ran a 5 a side tournament for charity. We didn’t let the rain dampen our spirits as we all came together to support and raise money for…

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University of Gloucestershire students at Vitality Big Half

On the 10th March 12 students from the University of Gloucestershire supported in the running of the Vitality Big Half in London.  This is an event run by London Marathon events in the London Marathon series.  Students from the…

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Disability taster day- Student guest post

On the 23rd November, SLES Community put on a Disability sports taster day. There were 5 different sports, which included Boccia, Wheelchair rugby, Powerchair Football, Pan-disability Cycling and Visual Impairment Cricket. As well as the sports, we also…

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Research Summary: Why Bariatric Weighted Suits May Advance the Scientific Study of Weight Stigma

  Summary of a recent article by Dr Claire Mills and Dr Emily Ryall, published by Obesity: A research journal   Considering the importance of improving understanding of the impact of excess body fat, this paper aimed to…

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