For example, I have learnt to communicate with individuals who have different levels of communicational needs. I have learnt to be patient, to speak and explain clearly what I am expecting the children to do and to check their understanding. This has improved my clarity, an important skill for a teacher what ever and who ever you are teaching. I have observed, and used myself, a range of motivational tools such as targets and reinforcement and how to encourage pupils who suffer with ASD. This has extended the leadership skills which I first developed in Year 13 when I completed the CSLA course. I feel that support and encouragement are key to participation in and enjoyment of PE lessons which are fundamental to improved health and fitness. In addition, PE obviously plays a role in supporting the Government initiatives for healthy eating and cutting obesity in children. Above all, though, it should be fun and all children should be encouraged to be active and enjoy sport .