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Primary PE Network 28/1/15 Welcome Youth Sports Manager, Energize PE/ Sport Premium + Self Review Chinese Dance Forest Schools Best practice and networking.

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1 Primary PE Network 28/1/15 Welcome Youth Sports Manager, Energize PE/ Sport Premium + Self Review Chinese Dance Forest Schools Best practice and networking Next steps/ actions

2 Youth Sports Manager Update, (Energize Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin) Harry Cade Web: Primary PE Network 28/1/15

3 3 yr guaranteed ring fenced funding (13/14, 14/15 and 15/16) Aspiration/ pledge of govt to continue with this until 2020 One year in – review and reflection Action planning – 14/15 and 15/16 PE/ Sports Premium

4 You must include the following on your website: –your PE and sport premium allocation for the current academic year –details of how you intend to spend your allocation –details of how you spent your previous academic year’s allocation –how it made a difference to the PE and sport participation and attainment of the pupils who attract the funding PE/ Sports Premium

5 Survey of Primary School Websites (50 schools) PE/ Sports Premium Current Allocation 14/15 Intended Spend 14/15 13/14; Amount and how spent? Impact 13/14 Full Response 7/ 50 (14%)13/15 (26%)34/50 (68%)32/50 (64%) Incomplete Response 2/50 (4%) 8/50 (16%) No website response 12/50 (24%)

6 Primary PE Network; Self Review Questions EmergingEstablishedEmbedded Does your school have a vision for PE and school sport? There is a limited (or no) vision which identifies the potential for a whole school approach to, or recognises the value of, PE and school sport. There is a vision statement, adopted across the school and included in public documents available to parents. There is a clear vision statement included in the school’s aims that recognises the value and impact of high quality PE and school sport which pupils and parents understand and have contributed to.

7 Primary PE Network; Self Review QuestionsIndicative information / Evidence 1) Does your school have a vision for PE and school sport? Have you ensured that your school vision recognises the value and impact of PE and school sport? - What is your aspirational aim? - What are the values of PE and school sport in your school? - What are the key outcomes? - What are the key impacts of delivery (curricular and extra curricular) - Does the school policy/vision also encompass informal physical activity such as break-time activity, active travel and supervised play? - What consultation took place and does the vision reflect input from all stakeholders?

8 Grace, (Chinese Arts and Culture Centre, Telford) Primary PE Network; Chinese Dance

9 OAA/ National Curriculum and other opportunities Forest Schools/ National Curriculum Primary PE Network

10 Primary PE Network; High Quality PE

11 Primary PE Network; Ofsted Ofsted evidence will include: School website prior to the start of an inspection Observe PE lessons and judge about the quality of teaching and its impact on learning and progress, and behaviour Ask school leaders and governors for an evaluation of how new funding is improving PE and sport Seek pupils’ views about PE lessons, lunchtime and after-school school sport and healthy, active lifestyles

12 Primary PE Network; Ofsted lessons for all! In lessons, check that PE is: highly physical, includes and challenges all, gets pupils thinking and doing, is tailored to meet specific needs, is fun and enjoyable, focus on standards Look for notes of absence, differentiated planning & tasks, more able going through the motions, obese and unfit pupils, PP and disadvantaged pupils, spoon-feeding, use of coaches and volunteers Teacher subject knowledge, teacher demonstration and direction, assessment, use of ICT, curriculum enrichment and competition.

13 Anna Townsend, John Ball School, London ‘The must haves’ Primary PE Network; High Quality PE

14 Self Review Tool 1-6 Self Review Support Document 1-6 Actions – next steps

15 Primary PE Network Graham Moore graham.moore14- Tel: Date of next network meeting: Wednesday 20 th May

16 Primary PE Network Employment/ deployment of coaches Assessment

17 Primary PE Network; Resources ary/http://www.digilogit.com/education/prim ary/


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