Presentation on theme: "Hertfordshire PE conference Headteacher workshop – ‘Primary PE and School Sport Premium: Evidence & Impact’ 11.45-12.45."— Presentation transcript:
Hertfordshire PE conference Headteacher workshop – ‘Primary PE and School Sport Premium: Evidence & Impact’ 11.45-12.45
Workshop Description The PE and Sport Premium aims to support a measurable and sustained improvement in PE and sport, underpinned by high quality teaching that increases participation levels in physical activity and leads to healthier pupils who are more engaged across the curriculum. Schools must publish information on their website. This workshop will support your school to show Evidence and impact.
The ‘PE and sport premium’ £150 million ring fenced till 2020 (!health warning!) to support delivery of PE and sport in primary schools Now agreement that the focus should be on Raising whole school standards Improving teacher confidence and competence Funding allocated to schools through a formula Ofsted priority when assessing overall provision Ofsted survey on impact on funding after a year Schools to publish details of their provision on their websites Schools accountable for spend
National vision 1.To improve the quality of existing PE teaching through continuing professional development in PE for generalists, so that all primary pupils improve their health, skills and physical literacy, and have broader exposure to a range of sports 2.To increase participation levels in competitive sport and healthy activity of pupils, and maintain these into adolescence 3.Schools understand and value the benefits of high quality PE and sport, including its use as tool for whole school improvement 4.To increase the quality of initial teacher training in PE and sport, and to promote PE specialisation in the primary workforce.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DELIVERED during curriculum time BY Secondary schools (Specialist PE teacher) Primary (Classroom teacher) COMPETITIVE SCHOOL SPORT DELIVERED Outside curriculum time BY SGOs, TR posts, teachers young volunteers and coaches HEALTHY ACTIVE LIFESTYLES DELIVERED Outside curriculum time BY SGOs, teachers, leaders and coaches, health workers COMMUNITY PROVISION Pay and play Leisure and recreation activities CLUB SPORT (NGBs) Clubs and teams Coaching Talent development Copyright Youth Sport Trust January 2014
HEALTHY ACTIVE LIFESTYLES Enjoyment Engagement Exercise COMPETITIVE SCHOOL SPORT Coaching Competition Clubs PHYSICAL EDUCATION Literacy Learning Leadership Copyright Youth Sport Trust January 2014
Website guidance from DfE Primary schools must publish on their website information about their use of the PE and sport premium funding. This is a condition of you receiving the grant. The information should include; The amount of grant received How it has, or will be, spent What impact the school has seen on pupils’ PE and sport participation and attainment. This is in addition to your existing responsibilities to include curriculum and extra-curriculur provision!
Ofsted Schools are free to determine how best to use the Primary School PE & School Sport Funding to improve the quality & breadth of PE and sport provision, including increasing participation in PE and sport so that all pupils develop healthy lifestyles and reach the performance levels they are capable of. Subsidary guidance supporting inspections : Effective use of the funding will be judged in terms of its impact on pupils’ lifestyles & physical well being including: Pupils’ increased participation in PE & School sport generally ( eg games,dance, gymnastics, swimming & athletics) Pupils’ increased participation and levels of success in competitive school sport The inclusivity of PE i.e its impact on all pupils Growth in the range of provisional and alternative sports activities Improvements in partnership working Links with other subjects, both in terms of pupils’ overall achievement and their social, spiritual, moral & cultural development Pupils’ greater awareness of health issues, including for example obesity
Ofsted ‘Beyond 2012’ report …. Recommends that schools: provide weekly opportunities for all pupils to participate and compete in school sport ensure that every pupil can swim at least 25 metres before the end of Year 6 provide schemes of work for PE with clear guidance on the step-by- step stages of teaching specific skills tailor the curriculum to help overweight and obese pupils to lead a healthy, active lifestyle improve pupils’ physical fitness monitor regularly the quality of teaching in PE lessons. Key weaknesses identified: teachers’ lack of detailed subject knowledge superficial lesson planning and limited use of assessment not enough opportunities for pupils to participate and compete in school sport insufficient focus on promoting pupils’ physical fitness no strategy to improve the health and well-being of all pupils not all pupils could swim 25 metres unaided by the end of Key Stage 2.
Ofsted accountability - priorities Impact of the funding will be considered in terms of: achievement in weekly PE lessons increased participation in competitive school sport personal health and well-being improved attitudes and behaviour towards learning
Ofsted accountability - during Will expect school leaders and Governors to give an evaluation of quality of PE, pupils’ participation in school sport and how new primary school funding has been used to make improvements Have an increased expectation of PE lesson observations Will ask young people views on PE, sport and what school does to keep them healthy and active
The Ofsted framework Key judgments: achievement, teaching, behaviour & safety, leadership In addition, inspectors must also consider: spiritual, moral, social and cultural development In order to be outstanding: ‘The school’s thoughtful and wide-ranging promotion of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and their physical wellbeing enables them to thrive in a supportive, highly cohesive learning community.’ Likely to be inadequate if: ‘There are serious weaknesses in the overall promotion of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development or their physical wellbeing.’
Key questions? How is PE, physical activity and school sport contributing to: the achievement of pupils at YOUR school the quality of teaching in YOUR school the behaviour and safety of pupils at YOUR school the quality of leadership in, and management of, YOUR school the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils at YOUR school the needs of ALL pupils at YOUR school, in particular those with SEND the physical well being of pupils at YOUR school
Don’t Panic...! You must show impact in all 4 areas : achievement in weekly PE lessons increased participation in competitive school sport personal health and well-being improved attitudes and behaviour towards learning
Self-Review - Key Questions Does your school have a vision for PE and School Sport? Does your PE and Sport provision contribute to overall school improvement Do you have strong leadership and management of PE (and school Sport)? Do you provide a broad, rich and engaging PE Curriculum? How good is the teaching and learning of PE in your school Are you providing high quality outcomes for young people through PE and school sport? Are you providing a rich, varied & inclusive school sport offer as an extension of the curriculum ? Are all pupils provided with a range of opportunities to be physically active & do they understand how physical activity can help them to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle? Does your school know how to effectively utilise the new PE and school sport funding? The Vision The Reality?
Youth Sport Trust membership Self review for PE Subject leader training Sports premium support Key stage specific courses Activity specific courses Conferences / workshops Contact firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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