Presentation on theme: "Impact & Evidence Primary Sport Premium"— Presentation transcript:
1 Impact & Evidence Primary Sport Premium Anthony Judge, YST Development Manager
2 Youth Sport Trust Who we are and how we work Influence government & national strategyCampaign on behalf of PE and the School Sport NetworkDevelop interventions, training and products to enhance the quality ofPE and school sportWork locally through a school based strategies
4 Copyright Youth Sport Trust January 2014 What are the differences between PE, physical activity and sport?HEALTHY ACTIVELIFESTYLESEnjoymentEngagementExerciseCOMPETITIVE SCHOOL SPORTCoachingCompetitionClubsPHYSICAL EDUCATIONLiteracyLearningLeadershipCopyright Youth Sport Trust January 2014
6 Ofsted update...DfE insist the Primary Sport premium offer is on schools’ websitesTOP TIP: Ensure you have referenced Ofsted docs and guidanceTOP TIP: South West inspections focussed on challenging more able / 1 day on foundationTOP TIP: Challenge inspection if have evidence of good PE T & LOfsted framework for PE includes:Outstanding Achievement: independence, explore, levels of originality, competent evaluator, high levels of physical fitness, make healthy lifestyle choicesOutstanding teaching in PE: confidence & expertise, wide range of innovative & imaginative teaching strategies & resources, use of ICT, observation oppsOutstanding L & M: subject leaders provide colleagues with clear guidance on what to teach & how to teach, routine assessment & how to use information to RA in PE.
7 Ofsted update... No individual lessons are graded Holistic picture.....want to see lessons are consistently performed over timePositives: Working in partnership with secondary schools, improvement of staff knowledge, coaches working alongside teachers (up-skilling)Areas of development: Strategic planning & evidencing how funding is making an impact, regular monitoring of teachers & coaches & assessment, ensure staff development is planned and structured, develop activities specifically aimed at challenging the more able.
8 What does good use of funding mean? Is it having an impact on the health and education outcomesAchievement in weekly PE lessonsImproved attitudes and behaviour towards learningMore time in PE does not mean it is betterPositioning of PE in the school......use as a tool for whole school priorities embedded in schools and transformational changeMeasure of success of this funding: “See PE as creatinghealthy young people that achieve more”
9 YST Guidance and Support? Key priorities - these will have come from your process of self-review and may also have been identified through the completion of the Youth Sport Trust Quality Mark or Sainsbury’s School Games MarkActions and strategies - What are you planning to do in order to address these priorities?Impact and sustainable outcomes - What will have changed as a result of what you do for staff pupils and the school?Resources/cost - How will you resource this and where might there be a cost implication?By who - Who is the lead for this action/strategy and responsible for its successful implementation?Available at
15 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 opportunities
16 Primary PE Subject Coordinator Module 1Being an effective leader of PE, healthy active lifestyles and school sportUnderstand the role of a PE Coordinator and shape a vision for PE and school sport in your school• Identify links between PE, school sport and healthy active lifestyles, identifying strengths and areas for developmentModule 2 (Online)Teaching and learning within physical educationReflect on the quality of teaching and learning within PE, reviewing Ofsted guidance and the teacher standards• Explore strategies and set goals to lead, manage and implement the journey towards outstanding teaching and learning in PE in your schoolModule 3Curriculum provision and assessmentPlan an effective and appropriate curriculum for the learners in your school• Develop an understanding of the role of assessment and the tools to maximise the use of assessment for learning in PE lessonsModule 4School sport and healthy active lifestylesUnderstand how using physical activity can lead to improvements in pupils’ health, wellbeing and educational outcomes• Explore the links between children’s health and wellbeing and their achievement in schoolModule 5 (Online)Achievement of young peopleRaise awareness of the impact physical activity and PE can have on the achievement of young people• Identify intervention strategies for targeted groups of young people in your school and monitor the impact this intervention hasModule 6Whole school impactExplore the impact PE and school sport can have on whole school outcomes• How to design targeted intervention using PE and school sport to make adifference across the whole school
17 Youth Sport Trust Primary Membership Youth Sport Trust Primary MembershipYST Quality Mark• 15 quick-to-answer benchmarking statements• YST ‘Become Outstanding’ self-review tool• Developed in line with guidance available from Ofsted• Select your level of provision each statement; emerging, established or embedded• Online submission via your YST membership page• Quality assured process• Youth Sport Trust Quality Mark overall gold, silver or bronze level
18 What do we want to achieve? Improved whole school outcomesImproved teacher confidence, competence & subject knowledgeHigh quality PE provision for all pupilsIncreased range & quality of competitive opportunities
19 Healthy Active Lifestyles Where do you want to get to by 2020? Pause for ThoughtPESchool SportHealthy Active LifestylesWhere do you want to get to by 2020?Where are you now?What impact are you making and how do you know?What do you need to do next to improve and develop further?How do you raise the profile of PE and School Sport internal and external?