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UKPE Cross-border Learning and Innovation Collaborative

UKPE Cross-border Learning and Innovation Collaborative

Making space for interdisciplinary research, dialogue, and collaboration in Physical Education and Health and Wellbeing


Listed below are articles that have been published from the UKPE CLIC. You can also access the publisher’s website for each article by clicking on the link.


Stirrup, J., Aldous, D., Gray, S. Sandford, R., Hooper, O., Hardley, S., Bryant, A.S., Carse, N. (2023). Exploring the re-legitimisation of messages for health and physical education within contemporary English and Welsh curricula reform. Sport, Education, and Society. DOI:

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Gray, S., Hardley, S., Bryant, A.S., Hooper, O., Stirrup, J., Sandford, R., Aldous, D. & Carse, N. (2023) Exploring physical education teachers’ conceptualisations of health and wellbeing discourse across the four nations of the UK, Curriculum Studies in Health and Physical Education, DOI:


Gray, S., Hooper, O., Hardley, S., Sanford, R., Aldous, D., Stirrup, J., Carse, N., Bryant, A.S. (2022). A health(y) subject? Examining discourses of health in physical education curricula across the UK. British Educational Research Journal.

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Gray, S., Sandford, R., Stirrup, J., Aldous, D., Hardley, S., Carse, N. R., Hooper, O., & Bryant, A. S. (2022). A comparative analysis of discourses shaping physical education provision within and across the UK. European Physical Education Review.

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