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1 oPEn Launch – October 2013 Youth Sport Trust – supporting your schools PE and Sport Sue Smart – YST Development Manager

2 Outline of session Youth Sport Trust -who are we what do we do? Working in Partnership - how can we work together to support PE and Sport in your school? Questions

3 Youth Sport Trust Sport Changes Lives!...is an independent charity, passionate about helping all young people to achieve their full potential in life in and through high quality physical education and sport 3 priority areas: Sporting Start – primary focus Sporting Chance – SEND focus Sporting Best - secondary focus

4 Youth Sport Trust Sporting Start We work to give every child a sporting start in life through high quality PE and sport in primary schools and there has never been a more important time to focus on this...

5 Youth Sport Trust - Government - DfE, DoH, DCMS - National Governing Bodies of Sport - Organisations – afpe, sport coach uk, Sport England, Big Lottery. - Our Partners - Sky, Matalan, BUPA, YMCA, Lloyds TSB, Get Set, Peoples,Health Trust, Change4Life Via School Games - Sainsburys, Adidas

6 HOW WE WORK Champion Campaign Develop/design Deliver Inspire Collaborate Establish strategic partnerships Identify and share Support Develop

7 OUR REACH

8 OUR LEGACY COMMITMENT Place young people at the heart of delivery – empowering them to drive change for themselves and generations to follow

9 Working in Partnership......how can we work together to support PE and Sport in your school? Self review – YST Quality Mark Ofsted Kitemark Change4Life Subject Leadership Continuing Professional Development Local networking – national influencing Keeping current!

10 Self review – YST Quality Mark Overall vision How would you rate your schools vision for PE, physical activity and school sport? Quality of PE How well are all pupils, including targeted groups of students engaging in PE? Quality of school sport How rich, varied and inclusive is your school sport offer as an extension of the curriculum? Quality of physical activity How well do you provide a range of physical activity opportunities which complement your PE and school sport provision and enhance the opportunities for pupils to adopt a healthy active lifestyle? Using PE, physical activity and school sport as a catalyst for wider learning How well do you use PE, physical activity and school sport to engage and raise achievement in other curriculum areas?

11 Ofsted - influence at national level - providing current position - anecdotal from network recent inspection, PE was observed.....inspectors asked about the role and input of governors in relation to Sport Premium funding Thought for you to consider: Young people input, parental comment

12 Kitemark What is it? Why? First steps? Getting going – relate to your self review

13 Change4Life Integral part of the DoH strategy for tackling inactivity in young people Targeted at young people years 3 and 4 Alternative activities and clubs for young people 5 themes – Combat, Creative, Flight, Adventure, Additional investment to support delivery and develop healthy and wellbeing hubs Link with wider local strategies Contact your SGO – Nigel at Holden or Dan at Trentham Developing positive healthy lifestyle behaviours through increased physical activity and school sport

14 Subject Leadership - Part of YST Primary Membership CPD package - Modules cover - 2 year - Accredited - First year – 3 contacts – 2 workshops, 1 online /YST Feb conference - Topics covered - Leadership and Management, Teaching, Curriculum Development, Young People Achievement, School Sport and Healthy Lifestyles, Whole School

15 Continuing Professional Development Subject Leadership KS1 KS2 Inclusion

16 Kitemark What is it? Why? First steps? Getting going – relate to your self review

17 Local networking – national influencing Keeping current – Opportunities - to pilot ideas, develop new concepts, consultation groups, research Access to Conferences, exclusive HT leadership events

18 Questions???


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