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Physical Literacy

Focus on the holistic development of physical literacy. Ideas, tools & resources to help you promote lifelong physical activity.


Teacher created and tested tools to assist you in assessing your students in all areas of their physical literacy development.

Game Design

Tools & strategies to help you create, design & teach purposeful games that will develop "thinking players".


Take your practice to the next level with purposeful approaches to teaching & coaching. We can help you create a model that suits your situation.

Online Courses

Take professional development into your own hands. Join one of our self-paced online courses & develop skills to improve your practice at any time that suits you.


Looking for an inspiring and engaging speaker or workshop for your event? Invite Nathan and be guaranteed to discover purposeful ideas to improve your practice.

Recent Blog Posts

Nathan Horne

Living Well: Creating a Long-Term Framework for Sport & Physical Literacy Development – Part Two

In Part One of this blog series I shared how the concept of Physical Literacy shaped our curriculum development process at Meadowridge School, and then, how we adapted the Canadian Sport for Life Long-Term Athlete Development model to shape its implementation. Our end goal as a PHE Department was to design a Physical & Health Education curriculum that enabled students to embody our school mission. In this second part I will share with you the next stage of our curriculum review and design project, identifying the sub-domains which would align with each of the physical literacy domains, ensuring students were being presented with learning experiences that would help them develop their physical literacy in a holistic way.

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Nathan Horne

Living Well: Creating a Long-Term Framework for Sport & Physical Literacy Development – Part One

Upon undertaking my current role as the Physical & Health Education Department Head at Meadowridge School in September 2017, one of our department goals was to iterate a profile of what a physically educated student of Meadowridge looks like. We strove to define what knowledge, skills and attitudes students should develop through our Physical & Health Education (PHE) program.

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