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School Sport Psychology has been developed by Helen Davis, experienced teacher and sport psychologist and Liz Barker, former Blue Peter presenter. With a vision to support young people through sport, School Sport Psychology aims for pupils to ‘think better, be better’ by introducing key stage 2 pupils to the world of sport psychology through short, engaging videos designed to give pupils a psychological challenge in their PE lessons. PE has the unique potential to support whole-child development and this video series which is available to purchase through the School Sport Psychology website divides the videos into 5 key areas: Mind, Drive, Feelings, Talk, and Me. All 20 videos engage pupils in thinking about themselves, their individual mindset, and how they can learn to pay attention to their thoughts, feelings and behaviours. The feedback from headteachers, teachers and schools who trialled the resource was really positive: “School Sport Psychology is a fun and imaginative way to bring psychology into primary schools. What an opportunity for PE teachers to further develop cognitive, communicative, and social skills alongside physical skills in their lessons”