09 Jun 2016
Evidence given to the Education Committee by Dr Jane Courtney, Head of the Education Division in the School of Law and Social Sciences at London South Bank University, has been quoted by the BBC.
Dr Courtney told the Committee: "If we look at some of these [subject] areas we could be sending people out with as little as three hours taught input in a subject like PE.
"What primary schools have to do - they know their staff are undertrained - is provide CPD (continuous professional developments) for PE or provide coaches.
"Children are getting fragmented education with a little bit of coaching from this person and a little bit from someone else."
Read the full article here.