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SPORT in EDUCATION PROJECT Sport is a means to an end, a vehicle to engage kids to achieve better outcomes. It is not a health strategy, it is an education.

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1 SPORT in EDUCATION PROJECT Sport is a means to an end, a vehicle to engage kids to achieve better outcomes. It is not a health strategy, it is an education strategy Baroness Sue Campbell, Chair Youth Sport Trust & Sport UK

2 Like playing sport Age / gender key points: Majority of boys & girls like a lot %s dont like small %s decrease with age When you compare overall: More Pacific boys & girls like a lot Fewer Asian boys & girls like a lot

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4 Sport has the ability to Engage students in learning ….. Improving academic achievement Reducing negative social outcomes - truancy, stand-downs, exclusions Enhancing social cohesion both within schools and in the community

5 independent charity, established in 1994 to: Build a brighter future for young people through PE and sport, focused on creating PE and sport system that reaches, inspires and engages all young people. Improving the PE & Sport experience for every young person Using PE and Sport to inspire learning and achievement Enabling every young person to enjoy competition and providing support to the most talented Developing a new generation of coaches working in schools Connecting school and club sport Supporting the development of young leaders and volunteers

6 Sports Specialist schools in the UK have recorded the fastest rates of academic improvement (5+ A –C incl English & Maths) of all UK schools for the past 3 years. Report on Sports Colleges GCSE performance 2009 As a result of investing in Sport and Physical Education, schools themselves have become happier, healthier and more successful and pupils have greater confidence and self-esteem Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency (UK) PE and School Sport Report (PESS) 2007 Clearly, the rest of the school has something to learn from what is happening in the PE department Patrick Leeson, Director, Ofsted

7 Carshalton Boys Sports College: ( London, non-selective, comprehensive) The sports specialist status permeates every aspect of the college's work, raising standards and boosting student self-esteem. –OFSTED report 8 years ago the school was badly under-achieving. Becoming a Sports College transformed the school and PE has driven quality teaching across the school. - Simon Barber, Principal Willenhall School Sports College (Walsall, co-ed, 1600 students) Student leadership is the main contributor to whole school development. It started with the Sport specialism and is driven by PE. Olympic and Paralympic values are at the heart of school culture. We now have 80% of students achieving 5 A-C GCSE, up from 40% and it is the specialism that has driven this. PE has averaged 90% pass rate in GCSE for the last 4 years with all 270 students in the cohort sitting – it is not an optionVicki Till, Principal ACADEMIC RESULTS20062007200820092010 GCSE 5+A-C28%45%63%88%97%

8 The International Evidence regarding the link between Sport / PE and academic achievement is persuasive Among dozens of projects, the research has included: Humboldt University Concentration pre and post exercise University of British Columbia Relationship between PE and academic activity East Carolina University On task behaviour before and after exercise University of Tasmania Academic success around fitness and skills Cambridge University Sports participation and academic performance University of Illinois Physical fitness association with academic achievement Reykjavik University Physical activity as a predictor of academic achievement University of Hong Kong Link between academic performance and physical activity Source: Brain Boost: sport and physical activity enhance childrens learning Dr Karen Martin – University of Western Australia May 2010

9 Loughborough University – Lit Review 2010 As little as 10 minutes of additional organised physical activity in or outside the classroom implemented into the school day improves classroom behaviour, and consequently may enhance academic performance Young individuals who participate in organised sport demonstrate lower rates of anti-social behaviour which may result in less disaffection from school Physical education, physical activity and sport have been shown to impact positively on the extent to which young people feel connected to their school; the aspirations of young people; the extent to which positive social behaviours exist within school; and the development of leadership and citizenship skills

10 Vision Confident Connected Actively involved Lifelong learners Principles High expectations Learning to learn Community engagement Cultural diversity Coherence Treaty of Waitangi Inclusion Values Excellence Innovation, inquiry and curiosity Diversity Community and participation Equity Integrity Ecological sustainability Key Competencies Thinking Relating to others Participating and contributing Using language, symbols and text Managing self NZ Curriculum a window of opportunity for SPORT

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12 Sport integrated into other curriculum learning areas (PE, English, Maths) Effective sport and PE links exist between primary and secondary schools (resulting in improved delivery) Sporting organisations (clubs, regional) effectively engage with schools The school culture actively embraces sport as a tool for achieving wider educational outcomes Schools use sport to advance academic, social, sporting and other student outcomes

13 Sport & Curriculum Maths, English and PE teaching and assessment resources developed using sport as a context Professional development for teachers Student Leadership Curriculum- aligned leadership programme - Growing Coaches Practical coaching experience with primary and secondary students Secondary- Primary connections Professional development support for primary teachers in PE Enhanced intra- school sports programmes in primary schools School values and culture Utilising the values of sport inside the school Storytelling Heroes Role models Sports imagery Community links Improved facility utilisation Club connections and support Workstreams

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