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Starter – Active Sports What is the aim of the Active sports programme? What are the three separate programmes of Active Sports? Who funds Active Sports?
Answers 1. Increase participation through liaison between local providers Provides support for young people to continue their involvement in sport at a level which best suits their abilities Improve number of sport clubs, officials & volunteers and improve the amount of competitive opportunities and quality coaches available for young people 2. Active Schools, Active Communities, World Class Programme 3.Sport England & Lottery Sports Funding
SPORT ENGLAND 3 MAIN OBJECTIVES: GROW SUSTAIN EXCEL
Whole Sport Plans Designed to encourage the development of school-club links What are the potential benefits to the: Government Individuals Community http://www.sportengland.org/funding/ngb_investment/ngb_whole_sport _plans.aspx
Secondary Schools which receive additional funding from the Department for Education & Skills to raise standards in physical education & sport within its school, in a local family of schools & in the wider community
Key points about sports colleges Offer 2 hours a week of high quality PE within & outside curriculum Outstanding facilities, opportunities & expertise Increase number of PE teachers & develop their skills & understanding Leading to whole school improvement Promote community sport – extended links between families of schools – sharing resources Increase participation in PE for ALL Provide a structure through which young people can progress to careers in sport and PE Work with other schools & are involved in national initiatives (e.g. Step into Sport)
Activity Draw an organisational chart that shows the relationships between PDM’s, SSCO’s & PLT’s
Good or outstanding progress so far? Can you now draw a diagram or write bullet points/paragraph listing the key points about School Sports Partnerships & Sport Colleges
What progress are you making? Group 1 C&D GOOD 1 grade above your target level in exam questions State the ‘Game Plan’ strategy OUTSTANDING 2 grades above your target level in exam questions State 2 key aims of the ‘Game Plan’ strategy and discuss how this is achieved Group 2 A&B GOOD 1 grade above your target level in exam questions State 2 key aims of the ‘Game Plan’ strategy and discuss how this is achieved OUTSTANDING 2 grades above your target level in exam questions State 2 key aims of the ‘Game Plan’ strategy, discuss how this is achieved & give suitable examples
Starter 1.What is the aim of School Sports Partnerships? 2.Name & explain the tiers of PE teacher provision throughout the School Sports Partnerships?
The aim: Develop the quality of PE in schools, particularly the links between key stages 2 & 3. In addition to achieving the target of 2 hours of PE *Instead of placing specialist PE teachers in every primary school Develop ‘community links’. School/club/wider community links have provided excellent recruitment for the County’s Sports Partnerships & Local Authority Sport Development Units
School Sport Partnerships This programme was developed to become a new tier in PE Teacher provision Partnership Development Manager (PDM) (usually an experienced teacher at a Sports College – 2 days a week off timetable – 4-6 secondary schools) School Sports Co-ordinator (SSCo) (Experienced teacher – 2/3 days a week off timetable – Up to 5 primary schools) Primary Link Teacher (PLT) (Experienced teacher – 12 days per year off timetable – makes sure programmes are planned and delivered & that links are built with other schools)
PESSCL Strategy Physical Education School Sport Club Link Strategy (PESSCL) is being delivered by the DfES & the DCMS 8 strands: Sport Colleges School Sport Partnerships Swimming Gifted & Talented Step into Sport School/Club Links QCA PE & School Sport Investment Professional Development
PESSCL 2 Governments + Children + Parents + Schools + Local Authorities + National Governing Bodies + Sport Clubs Ensure effectively delivery of the 8 strands Objective: Improve the take up of sporting opportunities for 5-16 year olds, by increasing the number who take part in a minimum of 2 hours each week on high quality PE and school sport 2007 – 1/4 schools provided this at Key Stage 1 - 1/3 of schools at Key Stages 2, 3 & 4
Developing School-club links The Governments policy on sport development and PA policy has social inclusion at its heart SPORT could help prevent social exclusion by contributing to neighbourhood renewal by improving communities in terms of: Improving health Reducing crime Increasing employment Assisting education Greater social inclusion
‘Game Plan’ Strategy TWO MAIN OBJECTIVES: 1.Major increase in participation - significant health benefits & to reduce the growing costs of inactivity 2.Improved success in international competition, particularly in sports which matter most to the public – ‘feel good factor’ associated with winning
In order to achieve this… Grass root participation High Performance Mega Sporting Events Delivery
Developing school-club links Page 175 With your partner read, discuss and write down the 4 key points of why it was decided that the Government needed to invest in sport. The benefits & also the possible negatives… Education, Health, ‘Feel Good Factor’ & Hosting Sporting Events
Exam Questions 1.By 2007 there were nearly 350 Sports Colleges in England. What are the main aims of these Sports Colleges? (4 marks) 2.. Why has the government in the UK become increasingly involved in developing specific policies to encourage participation in sport? (4 marks) 3. How can schools and community sports clubs work together to increase participation in physical activity? (4 marks)
4 marks for 4 of: A. Publicise/advertise/notice boards; B. Increase links between the two/visits/ liaison/school-club links/personnel/ coaches; C. Dual use/sharing facilities; D. Local/Government policy/eg PESSCLS/ sports colleges/sport development officers/SSCOs; E. Offer discounts/membership/subsidised use of facilities/youth sections; F. Offer (increased) range of activities/ roles/extra curricular activities; G. Come and try days/taster sessions/ holiday scheme; H. Increased awareness of health and fitness issues. Question
Group 1 C&D GOOD PROGRESS Name 3 PESSCL strands State the aim of the ‘Game Plan’ Strategy 6/12 in exam questions OUTSTANDING PROGRESS Name 4-5 PESSCL strands State 2 key aims of the ‘Game Plan’ strategy, discuss how this is achieved 8-10/12 in exam questions Group 2 A&B GOOD PROGRESS Name 4-5 PESSCL strands State 2 key aims of the ‘Game Plan’ strategy, discuss how this is achieved 8-10/12 in exam questions OUTSTANDING PROGRESS Named 6 PESSCL strands State 2 key aims of the ‘Game Plan’ strategy, discuss how this is achieved & give suitable examples 11-12/12 in exam questions
Home Learning – pg 172 *Draw & complete this table *Write down the different roles you can do in PE Key StageWhat Age?What Activities?What aiming to develop?
National Curriculum PE Established 1990s Main Aims: Achieve physical competence & confidence Perform in a range of activities Achieve physical skilfulness Gain knowledge of the body in action Become a ‘critical performer’ Learn competitiveness, creativity; face up to challenges Learn how to plan, perform & evaluate Discover their abilities, aptitudes & make choices for lifelong learning
Aims Children aware of a healthy lifestyle & also enable them to choose suitable activities to adopt this healthy lifestyle Develop imagination & creativity through devising their own solutions to problems Experience a wide range of activities – select one then for their leisure (often a need therefore for more & better facilities – community facilities) To understand there are other ways to be involved in activities other than performing
Other than performing what else can you do to be involve din physical activities? Performer
Pupils educational life is divided into 4 stages Each Key Stage has both a: Practical element – for example ……………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………… Theoretical part – for example ……………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………..
Draw a table & complete using page 172 Key StageWhat Age?What Activities?What aiming to develop?
Factors influencing provision in schools and the impact this has on pupil experiences For example….
Exam Questions May 09 Qu 5. The National Curriculum for Physical Education is compulsory in state schools today. (a)What are the main aims of the National Curriculum for Physical Education? (4 marks) Jan 10 Qu 6. The National Curriculum for Physical Education is compulsory in state schools today. (a)(i)List the six sport classifications on the National Curriculum for Physical Education.(2 marks) (ii)What roles, other than ‘performer’, does the National Curriculum for Physical Education encourage children to develop?(3 marks)
Mark scheme 1. (a)What are the main aims of the National Curriculum for Physical Education? (4 marks) Health and fitness/diet/exercise/hygiene; Perform in range of activities Learning – physical/social skills; Gain knowledge - body in action; Become critical performer/different roles; Learning – competitiveness/teamwork/ sportsmanship; Creative/ cognitive skills/problem- solving/decision-making; Develop self-esteem/ face up to challenges/ develop self-confidence; Learn to plan perform evaluate; Make choices for lifelong learning; 2.(a)(i) Games/athletics/swimming/gymnastics/ dance/outdoor and adventurous activities; 6 correct for 2 marks 4 correct for 1 mark (ii) 1.Critical performer/self improvement; 2.Coaching; 3.Choreographer/creative; 4.Official; 5.Spectator/observation; 6.Leadership/captain; max 3 marks
Group 1 C&D GOOD PROGRESS 6/9 OUTSTANDING PROGRESS 7-8/9 Group 2 A&B GOOD PROGRESS 7-8/9 OUTSTANDING PROGRESS 9/9
Home learning Revise, revise & revise for your milestone next lesson Section 2 Bullet points 3-7 of section 3 Basically everything you have done with me