Consequently, PE has become synonymous with health and wellbeing.
This represents a shift in the way that PE is defined and presents a challenge to promote the educational contribution the subject makes to the lives of young people whilst simultaneously expanding the scope of the subject to incorporate health and wellbeing.
This research has a valuable contribution to make and would benefit from wider dissemination.
Therefore this SERA network provides a forum to support this dissemination by connecting all key stakeholders who have an interest in PE and HWB both within and beyond the Scottish context.
We discussed research projects that members of the network had been involved with and shared our ideas for future research.
Many thanks to the University of Dundee for hosting us. Network Seminar: Social and Emotional Learning in Physical Education, led by Dr Paul Wright (Northern Illinois University).
But if you want a ticket, you had better get your costume ready and move like The Flash.We look forward to hosting these gatherings again in the future."The SCCS partnership holds meetings every two months as a means of supporting knowledge exchange and networking between the partner institutes.These regularly feature speakers from industry or government agencies, who are able to provide researchers with the bigger CCS picture both in the UK and internationally.Wednesday 21st September 5pm - 7pm, Room JA 504- John Anderson Building University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.Enjoying some research speed dating at the SATPE conference.
Alan James of CO2Deepstore, a leading developer of CCS projects, described the long and at times frustrating path towards CCS in the UK, with reference to his company's own involvement in a number of initiatives over the years.