School Programs

PE teachers have a non-stop list of tasks to complete, varying from teaching a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities to young people, as well as organizing, preparing, supervising and challenging students to take part.

National PE and Sport Strategy for Young People and world class investment ensured that pupils are now doing at least 3 hours of high quality PE and sport each week. Olympic weightlifting can contribute to this strategy. The AQA, the UK’s largest exam board, lists Olympic weightlifting in their 2010 prospectus, as an option in athletic activities.

As a qualified PE teacher and National weightlifting coach, this is where I could offer my services as I would be able to teach Olympic weightlifting as part of the curriculum, or alternatively to coach in a club environment (pre-school, lunch-time or after school).

  • Youths (9 – 19 year olds) – coaching sessions can held in your school’s lunch time period, and/or as an after school activity from 3pm onward.

Proposal letter for schools

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School List
Active Schools
  • Cardinal Wiseman High School
  • Isleworth and Syon High School
  • Greens School
  • Heathland high school
  • Barnhill Community High School
  • Lamptopm High School
  • Swakeleys School for girls
  • Queen’s Mary
  • St Mary’s
  • Imperial collage

Other schools we have been to

  • Ellen Wilkinson High School For Girls
  • Brentside High School
  • Brentford High School
  • Acton High School
  • Greenford High School
  • Northold High School
  • Bishop Ramzi High School
  • Bishop High School
  • Carshalton Boys Sports College
  • Harrow Hatchend High School
  • Drayton Manor High School
  • Heathland High School
  • West London Acadamy High School
  • Feltham High School
  • Twyford High School
  • Alec Reed academy
  • Rivers Academy
  • Hounslow Manor School
  • Richmond college

  • Longford High School