AGM 2018 Minutes

A quick summary of minutes from the International Physical Literacy Association (IPLA) AGM which was held on the 28th of November 2018.

IPLA 2018 AGM

An overview of the upcoming agenda for the IPLA 2018 AGM, including a special request for support in active roles from our membership.

IPLA Foundation Course

Interested in learning more about physical literacy? Find out more about the IPLA Foundation Course in Physical Literacy, and where to attend the course.

Early Years Group: Response to the Ofsted publication ‘Bold Beginnings’

The IPLA Early Years Group is a group of mixed professionals made up from experienced, well qualified representatives across the Early Childhood Education sector. Inspired by the 2017 IPLA Conference, the group held its first meeting in London last month, and discussed many great ideas and examples of good practice regarding physical literacy in early years. With the timely release … Read More

Perspectives on Physical Literacy: National Conversation

Sport Wales has started a ‘National Conversation’ around sport for future generations and are inviting as many people to contribute to the thinking as possible.  This will inform our future Vision and Strategy to be developed in the coming year. Margaret Whitehead was asked in the past week to produce a ‘Think Piece’ which she kindly did and was put … Read More

Physical Literacy workshop in the Netherlands

On November 9, the annual Sports Research Conference was organised at Windesheim University of Applied Sciences. More than 430 participants attended 100 sessions and workshops. One of the workshops was organised by the Physical Literacy Platform. This platform was initiated early 2017 with members from all PETE faculties in the Netherlands and the Knowledge Centre for Sports. The goal of … Read More

IPLA Foundation Course

The Foundation Course offers an introduction to physical literacy. The course runs for three and a half hours and whilst there is no practical work, the inter-active group work creates a vibrant and meaningful experience.