2022/23 Cornwall PE, School Sport & Physical Activity Conference

Tuesday 29th November 2022
8.30am – 4.00pm
Penryn Campus, Falmouth University


Tackling inequalities in PE, School Sport & Physical Education by –




Confirmed Guest Speakers

Confirmed Speaker – 

Sue Wilkinson MBE

CEO, Association for Physcial Education

Sue Wikinson MBE is CEO of the Association for Physical Education. Sue was awarded MBE in 2016 for her services to education. Sue, formerly trained in Human Movement Studies, has taught in secondary schools and completed outreach work in local schools. She has held roles as Strategic Lead and Director of the National College for Professional Learning, Director of Teaching & Learning and Development Manager for the British Association of Advisors & Lecturers in Physical Education.

AfPE’s purpose is to promote and maintain high standards and safe practice in all aspects and at all levels of physical education, school sport and physical activity, influencing developments at national and local levels that will impact on pupils physical health and wellbeing.

Confirmed Speaker – 

Lee Sullivan

Education Consultant, PE Scholar

Lee is a Head of PE at Upton Court Grammar School in Slough. A few years ago, Lee was on the verge of leaving the PE teaching sector and was experiencing real frustration with his role and, specifically, with the feeling that what he had entered the profession for was not the impact he was actually achieving. Over the lockdown periods of 2020 and 2021, Lee took to reading and researching concepts such as physical literacy, the concept curriculum, assessment rubrics and the importance of learner voice.


Lee has published his own book titled ‘ Is PE in Crisis – Leading a Much-Needed Change in Physical Education’. Lee’s book encapsulates the journey of one head of PE in his pursuit of trying to design, implement and evaluate a more effective approach towards physical education curriculum design, promote inclusive pedagogies and a holistic approach to assessment.


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