Maximising Impact Through Youth Sport Trust Membership Jen Rouse Head of Membership Gabby Shirley Development Manager
Maximising Impact Through Youth Sport Trust Membership
Maximising Impact Through Youth Sport Trust Membership Improving the quality of PE teaching ‘The first principle is ensuring that all children get good-quality teaching in PE. If we don’t use the funding to achieve this, then we have missed out on a huge opportunity. But we can only do this if we train teachers and teaching assistants well.’ Headteacher, Archibald First School Headteachers in the 22 schools visited considered developing the skills and expertise in PE of their staff as the most sustainable way of using the PE and sport premium. The schools identified two key factors to ensure effective development activities for staff: the quality of the specialists used to deliver the training the opportunity for staff to do more than just observe these specialists teaching pupils.
Maximising Impact through Youth Sport Trust Membership Membership entitles schools to access the following Professional learning courses; KS 1 KS 1-2 Bridging course (February 2015 launch) KS 2 Inclusive PE Primary PE Subject Coordinators – 6 modules Primary Raising Achievement through PE (Feb 2015)
Bupa ‘Start to Move’ KEY PRINCIPLES: To provide CPD to Foundation & KS1 teachers in physical literacy COMMERCIAL PARTNERS: Bupa FIT TO YST PRINCIPLES: Employability, Life skills Physical development Improved self esteem Readiness to learn
Bupa ‘Start to Move’ Cross Curricular Comparisons
KS1-2 Bridging Course KEY PRINCIPLES: To give teachers the confidence and competence to effectively teach PE in KS2, making the bridge between PL at KS1 into more recognised activities. FIT TO YST PRINCIPLES: Readiness to learn Improved behaviour for learning Improved self esteem Making progress and achievement their potential Willingness to take a risk Commitment to learn and achieve
KS1/2 Bridging Course Group Task: Bulls Eye Movement outcomes: -Develop the skills of aiming; -Apply some self-knowledge of stability; -Begin to develop skills with non-dominant hand/foot What to do: -Aim at the targets around the room -Challenge yourself by using a range of equipment -Touch the target = 1 point -Score a ‘goal’ = 3 points
Sporting Promise TOP Sport KEY PRINCIPLES: To provide CPD TOPS training to Primary School teachers Commercial Partners: Matalan and Sporting Pro Fit to YST Principles: Employability Lifeskills Emotional Wellbeing
Sporting Promise TOP Sport Group Task: Places and Times…social (Latin and Ballroom dance card) On the card: -Stimuli ideas -Word bank -Resources (music and web links) -Differentiation -Learning connections (cross-curricular)
Maximising Impact Through Youth Sport Trust Membership WHAT NOW? How will you advocate these courses your Headteachers? What ‘hook’ will you use? Group Task: In groups record your ideas on the flipchart paper Consider the following; – Making progress – Achieving their potential – Readiness to learn – Improved Self Confidence
Maximising Impact Through Youth Sport Trust Membership Making progress and achieving their potential: -To give teachers the confidence and competence to effectively teach PE in across Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS 2 -To move away from teaching sport to young children, to teaching children key movement skills e.g. throwing, jumping, catching. This will give children a movement foundation to allow them to access more recognised activities/sports at KS2. -Ensuring that teachers are up skilled in the PE curriculum so that the Sport Premium funding leaves a sustainable impact. -Reviewing and developing your PE curriculum provision (what you teach in PE) to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum at both KS1 and 2. -Ensuring that teachers are upskilled in the PE curriculum to be able to differentiate through STEP to ensure all pupils make progress and are adequately challenged.
Maximising Impact Through Youth Sport Trust Membership Readiness to learn & improved self esteem: -To improve children’s learning in PE, through staff personal confidence and competence -Developing young people into competent movers -Developing the whole child through multi-ability approach (MEs). -Encourage higher engagement in afterschool/extra curricular activities -Healthier and happy young people in school
Primary PE Subject Leaders Module 1 – Being an effective leader of PE, healthy active lifestyles and school sport Module 2 – Teaching and learning within PE Module 3 – Curriculum provision and assessment Module 4 – School sport and healthy active lifestyles Module 5 – Achievement of young people Module 6 – Whole school impact See the flyers for this CPD
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