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DBE and PEISA host the 3rd annual Physical Education Symposium, 31 March 2017

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) in partnership with the Physical Education institute of South Africa (PEISA), cordially invites you to the 3rd Annual Physical Education Symposium taking place 01– 02 April 2017 at the University of Pretoria. High Performance Centre (HPC). Hatfield, Pretoria.

The annual symposia, are central to a series of established Physical Education advocacy and sector mobilisation campaigns, to be held as part of the DBE - PEISA annual calendar, including being an integral part of the national Physical Education Month and Physical Education Day celebrations.  

The 2017 Physical Education symposium and annual Physical Education Month (06 April-10 May) and Physical Education Day (10th May) programme will be underpinned by the recently launched UNESCO Quality Physical Education (QPE) policy revision project.

The QPE project was launched by UNESCO together with its global partners, to support five countries (Fiji, Mexico, South Africa, Tunisia and Zambia) in developing inclusive, child-centred Physical Education policy which will help promote physical literacy and values-based learning as part of rounded development and global education priorities.

Members of the Media are invited to attend the symposium and will be granted interview opportunities as follows:

Date:              01 – 02 April 2017 (Saturday and Sunday)
Time:             08:00
Venue:           University of Pretoria. High Performance Centre (HPC). Hatfield, Pretoria

Enquiries:     Elijah Mhlanga - 083 580 8275 - DBE | Norman Mphake: 073 211 7179 - PEISA

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Written By: buhlebendalo somgede
Date Posted: 8/7/2019
Number of Views: 432

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