real gym is a totally new and holistic approach that makes gym relevant, meaningful and challenging for EVERY child.

It explodes the myths around gymnastic skills and progressions, making it simple and easy to implement.

Audience: Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) practitioners.

Date: Tuesday 21st May 2019 (9:15am - 3:30pm)

Venue: Parkgate Primary School, Coventry CV6 4GF

What makes real gym unique?


  • Reframe your view of gymnastics and challenge existing stereotypes.
  • Understand why gymnastics is an important part of the PE curriculum.
  • Use the fabulous real gym resources including the skills cards, Interactive Lesson Plans and real gym Dice.
  • Set up and explore large climbing apparatus and its associated activities.
  • Discuss the Health and Safety aspects of gymnastics apparatus.
  • Build on your knowledge to deliver real gym with confidence and creativity.

Cost: £245 plus VAT and includes

  • A full day key stage specific training, to give practitioners the confidence to deliver inclusive and challenging gymnastics.
  • Introduction booklet, including glossary and hall set-up ideas.
  • Comprehensive Scheme of Work and Curriculum Map.
  • 12 Interactive Lesson Plans for your year group broken down into 4 thematic blocks of work. (Each of the 3 lessons in a block are progressive in order to develop skills and abilities).
  • 35 double-sided A4 progressive real gym Skill Cards.
  • Set of 8 real gym Dice and Dice matrix poster to engage and excite pupils.


Please contact Ben Henley at benhenley@parkgate.coventry.sch.uk or on 02476 637381 to book your place or for more information.

Other details:

  • Parking and lunch is available
  • Please be appropriately dressed for physical activity

Click below for more information on Whole School Training

real gym resources

real gym has been written and developed by Sarah Moon. Sarah’s accolades include:

  • Master Coach in Rhythmic Gymnastics, presented by British Gymnastics 2013
  • TEAM GB Coach for the rhythmic gymnastics group for the Olympic Games, (London) in 2012
  • Head Rhythmic Gymnastics Coach for England, for the Commonwealth Games (Delhi) in 2010
"I feel more confident teaching gym. Love the contents and Lesson Plans etc…Inspiring! I feel inspired to go back to school and revamp the PE curriculum." Sam Jane, teacher from Cornwall.
" ..very informative day that has inspired me to a greater level of confidence to teach gym as part of a holistic PE curriculum." Tracey Robson, teacher from Norwich.

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