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The voices of children aged 10 and 11 years old : their views on Physical Education and the implications for policy, practice and research in England. / Costas, Barry.

2013. 24-33 Paper presented at 28th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation Int Conf, Melbourne, Australia.

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Harvard

Costas, B 2013, 'The voices of children aged 10 and 11 years old: their views on Physical Education and the implications for policy, practice and research in England', Paper presented at 28th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation Int Conf, Melbourne, Australia, 27/11/13 - 30/11/13 pp. 24-33. <http://www.achper.org.au/documents/item/266>

APA

Costas, B. (2013). The voices of children aged 10 and 11 years old: their views on Physical Education and the implications for policy, practice and research in England. 24-33. Paper presented at 28th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation Int Conf, Melbourne, Australia. http://www.achper.org.au/documents/item/266

Vancouver

Costas B. The voices of children aged 10 and 11 years old: their views on Physical Education and the implications for policy, practice and research in England. 2013. Paper presented at 28th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation Int Conf, Melbourne, Australia.

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Costas, Barry. / The voices of children aged 10 and 11 years old : their views on Physical Education and the implications for policy, practice and research in England. Paper presented at 28th Australian Council for Health Physical Education and Recreation Int Conf, Melbourne, Australia.9 p.

Bibtex

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abstract = "This paper has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis which looked specifically at the voices of year 6 children in the Olympic borough of Hackney in east London. The data collected contributes to an existing body of knowledge where the vast majority of the work on pupil voice has been concerned with the core subjects and with secondary schooling. The re-emergence of pupil voice as a pedagogical approach to inform curriculum design is encouraged throughout. The data collected showed that children do value their health, and were asking for a greater range of physical activities to be made available to them. ",
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