PE Support in National Schools Across Ireland
Getting a clearer picture of the support available to teachers in helping children develop fitness skills and physical literacy
Sign in to Google to save your progress. Learn more
How many pupils are in your school? *
Does your school have a separate PE hall? *
Do you feel your school is adequately equipped with fitness and sport equipment? *
Is there time in your schedule for daily activity? *
If yes, how much?
Clear selection
Does your school implement policies to increase daily activity? *
Does your school have the Active Flag? *
As a teacher, do you feel your PE plans open children up to a variety of skills and fitness challenges?
Clear selection
Do your PE sessions gear more towards formal sports than general physical literacy skills? *
Do you find it hard to engage less-sporty pupils in PE? *
Does your school work from a curriculum that is planned for the whole school or does each teacher devise their own? *
Do you feel the PE curriculum guidelines you are given from the department support you adequately when developing your class plans? *
What strand do you find most difficult to cover? *
Do dance and gymnastics get as equal an amount of time as athletics and sport in your school? *
As a teacher, do you feel adequately trained when it comes to teaching PE as a subject? *
As a teacher, is it difficult to think of ways to make PE fun and engaging? *
Does your school bring in outsider providers to cover sporting activities?
Clear selection
If yes, which answer is most accurate for you.? *
In what form would you prefer PE support for your school *
Does your school have access to annual funding for sports or do you rely on fundraising?
Clear selection
What are your thoughts on the lack of activity in youths today? *
Submit
Clear form
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy