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Office Tel: April 2009 SSP Network meeting Wear Valley & Teesdale SSP
Meeting Agenda 16.00Welcome & Introductions 16.10SSP Update Darren Hryniszak (PDM) 16.30INSET Courses Darren Hryniszak (PDM) 16.40iCD/Events (spring term festivals & competitions) Claire Wase (Competition Manager) 17.00Coffee Break 17.10Club Links, Coaching & Sport Unlimited Peter Ramsey & Lee Holloway (SSCo’s) 17.40Leadership Resources Louise Burnett (SSCo) Meeting Agenda
PESSYP Survey – Additional Questions! School Sports Coach Ashleigh Lovett (Dance, Cheerleading, Gymnastics) School Dance Coordinators (SDC) – Secondary KS3/4 Alison Dixon SSP Newsletter & SSP Website National & Regional Competition Frameworks Codes of Conduct SSP Update
September 2009 (provisional) Preparing Coaches to work within Physical Education September 2009 (provisional) Choreography in Primary School Dance October 2009 onwards (plus additional sessions) Primary NQT courses October 2009 (provisional) Developing Fundamental Movement Skills November 2009 (provisional) Induction of new Primary Link Teachers December 2009 (provisional) Providing Challenge in Key Stage 1 PE Next academic year’s INSET Courses
Claire Wase Mobile: April 2009 SSP Network meeting Competition
Progress Report - Spring Term Total Throughput Leaders Ethnic Minorities DisabledSEN New Participants Male Female January Totals Running Total Male Female February Totals Running Total Male Female March Totals Running Total
Achievements Current participation figures for SSP events in Total No. of Males2067 Total No. of Females2092 Total No. of Leaders285 Total No. of New Competitors2431 % of Year Target achieved60.5%
Forthcoming Events- Summer Term Yr 3/4 Mini Tennis Festivals (Various April / May – Secondary School sites) Disability Sportshall Athletics (20 th May – Louisa Centre, Stanley) KS2 Athletics (Various June – Secondary School sites) ASDA Kwik Cricket (9 th June – Raby Castle & 11 th June – Willington CC) ASDA Girls Kwik Cricket (10 th June – Bishop Auckland CC) Yr 4/5 Kwik Cricket (Various June – Cricket Clubs) KS1 Multi Skills (Various July – Secondary School Sites)
Peter Ramsey Mobile: April 2009 SSP Network meeting Club Links
Progress Report - Spring Term Working closely with 25 clubs 11 Schools replied to initial request – Bishop Barrington, St Johns RC, St Josephs, Evergreen, St Andrews, Gainford, Prince Bishops, St Johns Chapel, Howden Le Wear, Copeland Rd, Wolsingham Primary Present Average links per school – 4 Last years SSP average – 8.75 Last Years National Average – 7.68
ANALYSIS OF 2007/08 SCHOOL CLUB LINKS Less Than 55-8More than 8 Blessed John Duckett Butterknowle Cockton Hill Infants Forest of Teesdale Hamsterley Hartside Oakley Cross Our Lady and St Thomas Ramshaw St Chads Wolsingham Primary Cockfield Copeland Rd Cotherstone Coundon Crook Etherley Lane Evenwood Frosterley Gainford Hunwick Ingleton Middleton in Teesdale Montalbo Peases West Prince Bishops St Annes St Cuthberts St Johns Chapel Staindrop Comp Startforth Morritt Wearhead Woodhouse Community Woodland Green Lane Bishop Barrington Bowes Cocktonhill Escomb Evergreen Howden Le Wear King James Parkside Rookhope St Andrews St Helen Auckland St Johns RC St Josephs St Marys St Wilfrids Staindrop Primary Stanhope Barrington Stanley Crook Sunnybrow Teesdale Tofthill Tow Law Willington CofE Willington Primary Witton Le Wear Wolsingham
Future Actions & Requirements Individual meetings with schools to collect data – SSCo available to help complete PESSYP survey club link question accurately. What links are available to individual schools. Schools who have entered data supplied with Club Links Notice board – 5 hour PESSYP Gain interest from remaining clubs
Requests for Assistance - Summer Term Schools to supply original data Clubs to supply advertising material What clubs would schools liked to be linked with
CLUBS AVAILBLE TO PROVIDE LINKS TO YOUR SCHOOL IN YOUR AREA North (14 Clubs,12 Sports) Central (18 Clubs, 15 Sports) South (7 Clubs, 5 Sports Willington Football Club Bishop Auckland Rugby Club Shildon Athletics Club Shildon Athletics Club St Marys Football Club Teesdale Athletics Club Sedgefield Springers (Trampoline) Willington Football Club Sedgefield Springers (Trampoline) Durham Tigers Rugby League West Auckland Football Club Staindrop and Wear Valley Gym Club South Durham Gym Club Bishop Auckland Cricket Club South Durham Gym Club Lee Green Dance Club Shildon Athletics Club Derwent Sailing Club Wear Valley Basketball Bishop Auckland Cycling Club Barnard Castle Cricket Club Crook Golf Club Sedgefield Springers (Trampoline) Wolsingham Football Club Durham Tigers Rugby League (BARFC) Crook Cricket Club Richardsons Dance Willington Cricket Club Sandra Welsh Dance Club Spectrum Fitness Club Staindrop and Wear Valley Gym Club Wolsingham Swimming Club Bishop Auckland Tennis Club Glenholme Swimming Club Bishop Auckland Swimming Club Bishop Auckland Golf Club Bishop Auckland Netball Club Red Badminton Club Barrington Table Tennis Club
Lee Holloway Mobile: April 2009 SSP Network meeting
Progress Report - Spring Term Successfully recruited 3 School Sport coaches to work within the Partnership. Placed these coaches and various others in numerous schools to deliver lunch time and after schools clubs. Developed a Coach database to be available via the SSP website with contact details of over 40 highly qualified coaches in a wide variety of sports.
Future Actions & Requirements Constantly update website database to include more experienced available coaches for varied sports. Use these coaches to assist young people in developing to the next level of competition or in joining an local/community sports club. Evaluating coaching to work in partnership with schools and coaches to ensure quality focused coaching for pupils.
Requests for Assistance - Summer Term Schools attempt to utilise the website database for recruiting coaches. To stop individuals coaching more than one sport. Ensuring high quality coaching across sports. Continue to maintain audit of coaching with help from all schools and clubs. Develop links between schools and local clubs to place club coaches in schools to provide pathways for pupils.
SSP Central Venue Leagues Several Yr 3/4 Football CVL’s took place last term, Bishop Barrington, Teesdale and Wolsingham Comp all held successful events well received by pupils and staff. St. Johns Comp and Parkside Sports College have declared an intention to set up leagues this term. The Partnership would like to thanks the schools who participated in the Central Venue Leagues, those who did so and continue to will be eligible for coaching support to work with squads to prepare teams for competition and will have they’re E.S.F.A fee’s paid. The Central Venue League for Yr 3/4 Football will continue to run next year, for the summer the SSP we will be looking to launch a KS2 Girls football league and a Hi-5 Netball league to run along side this. We would still like schools to declare an interest asap so dates can be set and an entry form for the appropriate leagues will be made available via the website and newsletter in the very near future.
Lee Holloway Mobile: April 2009 SSP Network meeting
- Spring Update Last term the Partnership successfully accessed over £9,000 in funding for Sport Unlimited after school clubs. Over 20 schools within the partnership claimed funding for well in excess of 40 different after school clubs, ranging from Carpet Bowls to Tennis. In the Spring term these clubs catered for approx. 800 pupils, ranging from KS1 through to KS4. The funding will continue to be available throughout the Summer term, however accessing this will require schools to commit to certain guidelines to fall in line with the Sport Unlimited’s new priorities. Autumn funding: Income Code: ,Description: Other Government Grant, along with the amount of funding claimed.
Guidance on Delivery Funding It can only be used to fund activities which: have a clearly identified club/other community setting or exit route in order for pupils to continue participation. The SSP Club Links officer will assist with setting up School to Club links. demonstrate opportunities for sustained participation and progression pathways. are new or build on/extend existing provision enhancing good quality delivery. are targeted at young people who are identified as ‘semi sporty’. children and young people want to participate in. the SSP hopes schools will access the funding to help deliver clubs which will tie in with festivals/competitions.
Louise Burnett Mobile: April 2009 SSP Network meeting Leadership