Presentation on theme: "Opportunities for getting involved in Sport Objective Explain the different roles/opportunities that you can become involved in Physical Activity Describe."— Presentation transcript:
Opportunities for getting involved in Sport Objective Explain the different roles/opportunities that you can become involved in Physical Activity Describe a number of initiatives developed to encourage participation in Physical activity.
Key Words LeadershipGovernment Initiatives OfficiatingP.E.S.S.C.L CoachingSchool Sports Partnership TeachingSport England (S.S.S) VolunteeringYouth Sports Trust (Tops)
Roles In PE lessons you have the opportunity to develop more than just your physical performance. In every sporting activity there needs to be
NGB’s National Governing Bodies are offering many training opportunities such as coaching/officiating for young people: Level 1 certificates in coaching.
OBJECTIVE: To get people more active and involved = MASS PARTICIPATION HOW?
Sport England List there three main aims as: START: increase participation in order to improve the HEALTH OF THE NATION, with a focus on PRIORITY GROUPS. (women) STAY: KEEP people in sport through an effective network of clubs, sports facilities, coaches, volunteers and competitive opportunities SUCCEED: Create opportunities for talented performers to achieve success.
SPORT IN SCHOOLS A/S, A2 GCSE B-Tec National Curriculum
School Sport Initiatives National Curriculum: this sets out the minimum amount of PE that a school has to teach (2 hours of PE From Ks1-KS-4) » PESSCL: A government strategy aimed at getting 5-16 year olds to do at least 2 hours of sport every week. A scheme used by PESSCL to achieve there goal is the School Sports Partnerships. This is where a group of schools led by a sports college work together to try and improve the opportunities for pupils to get involved in sport in extra curricular activities and competitions.
THE YOUTH SPORTS TRUST Key national agency (Charity) supporting the promotion and development of sporting activity in school children Its mission is to work with other organisations in order to develop and implement quality PE/sports programmes for children and young people
The Youth Sports Trust believe that ALL young people have the right to.. Experience and enjoy PE/Sport Have a quality introduction to PE/Sports suited to their own level of development Progress along a structured, pathway of sporting opportunities Receive quality teaching/resourcing Experience and benefit from positive competition
A series of LINKED programmes to develop sport for young people A scheme which helps give young children the best possible START in PE and sport TOPSPORT is an example of one of the TOPS programmes Designed to support NC PE in Primary Schools Key aim is to give an opportunity to develop skills in a range of games, sports and dance for 7 – 11 year olds
YST & Sport England play an important role in the PESSCL scheme these two agencies provide the Club Links and Step into Sport Programmes
Active Kids Programme Various supermarkets and Other enterprises run voucher Programmes in which vouchers Collected by parents can be Used by schools to buy sporting Equipment. Active Kids is just One example.