The objective of motive8’s curricular provision is to meet a school’s physical education targets. We can provide curricular PE lessons in primary schools to both cover PPA time and ensure high quality PE provision. Our session plans and schemes of work are designed in line with National Curriculum guidelines and all are delivered by our qualified, experienced and motivating coaches.

We measure and monitor each child’s progress using a skills based assessment sheet but can equally work with the your school on your chosen way of assessment.

We will work with your school to create a program of study, and provide you with a team of skilled coaches to deliver each lesson.

Our coaching mission:
• To give children a better understanding and knowledge of sport, nutrition and fitness
• To help children make better lifestyle choices
• To promote an active healthy life through sport
• To be the market leaders in our field and always exceed customers expectations

motive8 can also offer varying levels of sports day involvement, from giving advice and assisting on the day to organising the entire event from start to finish. Whilst we aim to ensure that all children are active and having fun, we also endeavour to introduce an element of competitiveness.

A great way to integrate children into a new school environment is via a motive8 Team Building Day. Ideal for secondary school ‘Induction Weeks’, the day encourages children to work together in order to achieve success in a shared goal by combined a mixture of physical, initiative and communication-based tasks.

We also have a dedicated Schools Competitions Manager, who aims to keep the competitive edge of sport alive. Our intra and inter-school competitions function as a great way to introduce children to the world of competitive sport, enabling them to socialise with other schools as well as bond themselves within a team. Popular choices include netball, football and athletics.

Another aspect of our provision is to promote physical activity and sport through events, many of which are run in aid of charity. Events such as running the Sport Relief mile and the Jump Rope for Heart skipping challenge helps to link sport with the wider community as well as bringing out the positive aspects and benefits of what can be achieved through taking part in physical activity.

The overall objective of this provision is to get children involved in regular physical activity as well as improving their sporting skills and ability. All sessions are based around having fun at the same time as learning and enhancing skills. By offering a range of activities and a 1:15 coach to child ratio, we can cater for all children – talented pupils can further develop their sporting skills whilst those who may be less confident in their ability can receive targeted training from our coaches to help them become more involved.

“Our pupils had a fantastic time participating in a wide range of activities. The coaches were really enthusiastic and positive throughout the day and fostered a sense of teamwork and cooperation. A great day!” Jack Costello Head of PE at Richmond Park Academy.