Kim Henderson has been involved in Physical Education for over 30 years as a secondary teacher and then Advisory Teacher for primary PE. She has worked as the National Sports College Development Officer for the Youth Sport Trust and led primary teacher training courses for PE at St Marys, Twickenham and Hertfordshire Universities.
Kim has been the key LA Officer in setting up the four School Sport Partnerships that have had a huge impact on high quality PE and School Sport in Barnet. She has recently achieved approved provider status for PE CPD from the National Association for Physical Education and currently there are only eight other Local Authority PE consultants or agencies in the country with this status. Kim is passionate about her subject and strongly believes that PE can play a vital role in developing effective learners as well as contributing to their physical and emotional well-being.
She can offer a huge range of support including exemplar high quality lessons; health and safety issues; exemplification of standards; and subject leadership. She can help your school to be a healthy, physically active school by supporting family programmes, through links with clubs and community providers and by gaining the most from local and national opportunities such as London 2012. Kim has carried the Olympic torch through Barnet and was a 2012 volunteer working as an Audience Leader at both the Paralympic opening and closing ceremonies
Jeremy Bird is an inspirational and visionary school improvement consultant. He has a passion for education with an excellent track record of supporting school leaders. He is a dynamic, pro-active leader and coach, empowering staff at all levels to take ownership using coaching, training and mentoring. A natural communicator, Jeremy has proven ability in building cohesive teams to achieve challenging targets.
Jeremy served as a headteacher in two primary schools prior to becoming a consultant.
Jeremy can offer support in the following areas: Coaching school leaders and governors in primary and special schools; Inducting newly appointed leaders and teachers; Facilitating professional discussion and development in a range of middle, senior and headteacher leadership activities; Supporting leaders in developing the rationale, implementation and evaluation of their curriculum; Challenging leaders in their self-evaluation of school effectiveness