Presentation on theme: "Progress State 5 strands of PESSCL strategy"— Presentation transcript:
1 Progress State 5 strands of PESSCL strategy GOOD PROGRESSOUTSTANDING PROGRESSFF, AH, CL, EW, EP, SD, LJ, MD, KM, VP, GWState 5 strands of PESSCL strategyState 4 strands of PESSYP strategyCreate a booklet of the healthy schools programme. Stating key terms throughout.State 6 strands of PESSCL strategyState 5 strands of PESSYP strategyCreate a booklet, clearly explaining the different sections of the healthy schools programme. Stating key terms throughout and giving relevant examplesKW, AK, ES,EJ, RSState 4 strands of PESSCL strategyState 3 strands of PESSYP strategyCreate a booklet of the healthy schools programme.Progress
3 PESSCL Specialist Sports College Swimming Gifted & Talented School/ School Sport PartnershipsProfessional DevelopmentStep into SportSchool/Club LinksPE & Sport Investigation
4 The benefits to schools & clubs Creating partnerships between schools and clubs helps to create continuity between school sport and sport in the wider community.Linking with schools can benefit clubs by increasing their membership and raising their profile in the community. They can also gain access to school facilities.School sport benefits by gaining access to more specialist club facilities and equipment. Students benefit from a wider range of opportunities, for example, to officiate at competitions.
5 PESSYP Launched in 2008Launched Retains same objectives as PESSCL but has new work strands.Main difference is also from 5-19 age range, instead of 5-16.
10 National Healthy Schools Programme Long term initiative to improve the health and achievement of children and young people The intention is that children will make informed health & life choices The programme is closely linked to PE in schools
11 Whole-School Approach In order to be successful it needs everyone to work together, children, parents, school staff and the whole school community A whole-school approach to physical and emotional wellbeing and is focused on 4 core themes.
12 National Healthy Schools Programme Healthy eatingPersonal, Social & Health EducationPhysical ActivityEmotional Health & WellbeingEmotional Health & Wellbeing ---supports vulnerable individuals and groups.Establishes a clear bullying policy.Contributes to the 5 national curriculum outcomes for children & young peopleEstablishes behaviour & rewards policiesSets up a confidential pastoral system for all pupilsPhysical Activity–Children & YP are provided with a range of opportunities to be physically activeChildren understand how physical activity can help them to be more healthy and how activity can improve and be a part of everyday life.
13 Create a booklet about the National Healthy Schools Programme
14 Extra-Curricular Provision Extra-Curricular activities can be Made available in a number of ways.
15 Range of ActivitiesNormally more activities than in the set curriculum. Why? Could be more recreational rather than competitive. Fitness Training & aerobics for example*no requirement to only the traditional sports.*additional staff
23 2 reasons why PE is offered in schools What is cross – curricular?Name 3 ways in which PE is actually made availableWhat activity could you do for ‘exploring & communicating ideas, concepts & emotions’What activity could you do for ‘accurate replication of actions, phrases & sequences’What does PESSCL stand for?Name 3 strands of the PESSCLWhat does SSCo stand for?What is the main aim of PESSYP?
24 10. What is a ‘whole-school approach’. 11 10. What is a ‘whole-school approach’? 11. What is the National Healthy Schools Programme? 12. What are the 4 core themes of the NHSP? 13. What is the difference between recreational & competitive? 14. How can staff influence extra-curricular provisions? 15. What could be a solution to a lack of facilities?
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