Presentation on theme: "North Dorset Primary Sport Premium Update Regional Development Manager"— Presentation transcript:
1 North Dorset Primary Sport Premium Update Regional Development Manager Youth Sport TrustNorth Dorset Primary Sport Premium UpdateChris CawsRegional Development ManagerYouth Sport Trust
2 Youth Sport Trust - Sport Changes Lives How we workInfluence government & national strategyCampaign on behalf of PE and School SportDevelop interventions, training and products to enhance the quality ofPE and school sportWork locally through a school based strategyYouth Sport Trust (YST) is a cutting edge development agency with expertise in Sport, Health, Physical Education and Raising Achievement.Sport Changes Lives’ – still put YP at the heart of everything we do.YST brings together sport and education / PE and sport supports whole school improvementOur niche is the positioning of sport in the context of young people’s education and development in the broadest sense. The Youth Sport Trust supports schools to use sport to raise standards, achievement and attainment across all subject areas. It is our belief that PE and school sport can make a major contribution to many agendas – educational achievement, public health, community cohesion and, of course, sporting performance at the highest levelHow we workLead strategic agency for PE and School SportInfluence government & national strategyCampaign on behalf of PE and School SportDevelop interventions, training and products to enhance the quality of PE and school sportWork locally through a school based strategy
3 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.
4 Government announcement: Sport Premium PHYSICALEDUCATIONDELIVEREDDuring curriculum timeBYSecondary schools(Specialist PE teacher)Primary(Classroom teacher)HEALTHY ACTIVELIFESTYLESDELIVEREDOutside curriculum timeBYSGOs, teachers, leaders and coaches, health workersCOMMUNITYPROVISIONPay and playLeisure and recreation activitiesOther measures announcedRenewed funding for the Young Ambassadors programme.Reform of initial teacher training.Funding for coaching and volunteering programmes, and those designed to improve the delivery of sport for young people with a disability.£1.5 million from Sport England to enable County Sports Partnerships to support National Governing Bodies of Sport to provide specialist sports coaching in schools.COMPETITIVE SCHOOL SPORTDELIVEREDOutside curriculum timeBYSGOs , TR posts, teachers young volunteers and coachesCLUB SPORT(NGBs)Clubs and teamsCoachingTalent developmentTHE CURRENT PE AND SPORT LANDSCAPE – the circled area identifies where you could spend your £9000 to make the maximum impact. PE – education through the physical delivered by teachers in curriculum time - is the foundation upon which everything else is builtPE is king - Fundamental foundation on which future participation and performance in sport and active lifestyles is built.Many benefits will be gained through a focus on ensuring high quality physical education at primary school.At primary level where Physical Education is delivered by non Physical Education specialists the priority must be to build on the teaching skills of classroom teachers. We need to support primary practitioners and provide them with the best teaching strategies to create a dynamic and enjoyable PE experience for younger pupils.Physical EducationWhile sport has much to contribute to the development of physical literacy, it must be recognised this is only one aspect of Physical Education. Focus must be on giving teaching staff further expertise in developing physical literacy and the breadth of learning within physical educationA child should develop a broad and balanced appreciation of sport and movement, understand the importance of healthy lifestyles, and social and cognitive development (improved self confidence, understanding of teamwork and the development of leadership skills)NGB's/ sports professionals and coaches can, and do make a significant contribution to school sport which should extend and enrich the Physical Education curriculum……but not replace it!It is imperative that we build the knowledge, skills and confidence of teaching staff to help them to deliver engaging PE and School SportHealthy Active LifestylesHealthy behaviours in childhood and the teenage years set patterns for later life. If acquired early, the experience and expectation of sport and exercise, could be such a life long asset!Obesity is the greatest driver for increasing physical activity as nearly a quarter of all reception aged children and one third of year 6 pupils are overweight or obese (National Child Measurement Programme 2010).Physical inactivity costs the NHS approximately £1.8bn per annum and inactivity causes 9% of premature mortality which is equal to the same number of deaths as tobacco. ( The Lancet 2012)Equipping young people with the confidence and competence to begin a positive, sustained interest in physical activity and sport is vital and this will only come from a strong foundation of physical literacy developed through HQPEEnjoyment, Engagement and ExerciseThe focus needs to be on enjoyment and offering a breath of appealing activities in a young people centred environment, to engage the less activeA gradual introduction to physical exercise, as opposed to competitive sport, will create behaviour changeThis should start with a smooth and accessible transition from the PE curriculum to extra curricular activitiesAppropriate community sport is critical to sustain interest and involvementPESchool Sport
5 Self-Review Tool Help identify your school’s priorities Help you assess your school’s provision and outcomes in PE and school sportHelp identify your school’s prioritiesAnswer the 9 questions by selecting your level of provision as emerging, established or embeddedProduce an action / development plan
7 YST Primary Cluster membership Professional Development• KS1 and KS2 CPDInclusive PE training (Spring/Summer ’14)• PE Subject Coordinator training (over 2 years)YST Quality MarkWebsite and NEW Resources• Governors Toolkit• Improving Health Outcomes Resource (Clusters Coordinators)• Numeracy & Literacy Resource (available January)Discounts, research and innovation opportunities1 Communication and updateBenefit from our national insight on PE, sport, health and education policy matters as well as development opportunities from our funding partners.2 Resources and toolsAccess our exclusive membership website which includes a wealth of guidance, case studies and resources.Receive a free copy of our new resource entitled, ‘Improving literacy and numeracy through PE and sport’.3 Youth Sport Trust Quality MarkOur nationally validated Quality Mark allows schools to self-review and identify priority areas for development. It covers provision and outcomes in:physical education;school sport (linked to the Sainsbury’s School Games Kitemark); andimpact of PE and sport on whole school standards.4 CPD and trainingAccess to free nationally recognised annual training to improve teacher confidence and competence in:Key Stage 1; KS1 teachers – training, web resources and local ‘peer’ mentor supportInclusive PE; SEN co-ord – training on including young disable people within PE curriculumKey Stage 2; KS2 teachers – training, resource cards, posters and access to interactive softwareAccess to one ‘Coaching in Schools’ online support module and discounted access to other modules.Subject co-ordination – leadership and learning journey over 2 years, 4 face-to-face modules and 2 on-line modules coveringPE Subject Coordinator - Youth Sport Trust’s bespoke training course for PE subject coordinators .The learning journey will be aligned to the teaching standards and will support (through accredited modules) colleagues who wish to gain a Masters qualification in Primary PE.The course will cover the following topics:Leadership & Management skillsTeaching & learning in PECurriculum provisionYoung Peoples achievementSchool Sport and healthy active life stylesWhole School ImpactIt will be delivered through a dynamic team of Youth Sport Trust professionals in an interactive and engaging way that will empower PE coordinators to effectively lead, manage and develop PE, physical activity and school sport.5 Cluster support - Every cluster co-ordinator will also receive:A copy of our new resource entitled, ‘Improving health outcomes through physical activity and sport’.Access to further free training, updates and support.6 Conferences and eventsEvery school has discounted access to our annual conference — an inspiring must attend for those working, or interested, in PE and sport.We organise regular ad hoc events on issues as they emerge. In 2012/13, we hosted a number of National Curriculum Review workshops.Headteachers have access to exclusive school leader events, allowing the opportunity to contribute to national debate and to network with headteacher peers.You may also be given the opportunity to present at our events and conferences7 Research and innovation opportunitiesParticipate in research or help us develop new projects, programmes and products.8 Offers and discountsDiscounts on Athlete visits to all member schools.Receive 10 per cent off resources and products purchased through Youth Sport Direct (www.youthsportdirect.org).The Youth Sport Trust Business Honours Club (BHC) is our way of working with businesses and provides schools with suitable and trusted suppliers for PE and school sport procurement. All members of the BHC have undergone a rigorous process to ensure they offer high quality products and ways of working. Discounts and other offers from BHC suppliers will be available throughout the year to all Member schools.
8 Subject Co-ordinator Update This leadership & learning journey will be take place over 2 years and will be delivered through: two face to face and one online module each year. The learning journey will be aligned to the teaching standards and will support (through accredited modules) colleagues who wish to gain a masters qualification in Primary PE.They will be delivered through a dynamic team of Youth Sport Trust professionals in an interactive and engagingway that will empower PE coordinators to effectively lead, manage and develop PE, physical activity and schoolsport.
9 Youth Sport Trust membership contact us or visitFor cluster and specific enquiries:or
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