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Title: FE Sports Coordinators


1
FE Sports Co-ordinators
2
A history lesson
  • History of PESSCL
  • New strategy PESSYP
  • The strands within PESSYP

3
Headteachers wont buy it
It will never happen
Sport cant influence educational achievement
really
Why should we make all this effort for 3 years
It will only be a small pilot
We wont find the people
It will only provide more opportunities for those
already taking part
There isnt enough funding to deliver this
4
1800 Primary Link Teachers
450 School Sport Partnerships
Every school in the country involved
86 5 16 year olds doing two hours HQ PE and SS
Sports Colleges demonstrate the fastest Rate of
improvement in attainment
250 million a year invested into the
infrastructure
Five years on continued increasing investment
3200 SSCos
5
PE, School Sport and Club Links Strategy
(PESSCL) 2002
  • The first National Strategy for PE and School
    Sport
  • Jointly funded by DCSF and DCMS (educational and
    sporting outcomes)
  • Announcement of a Public Service Agreement
    Target 75 of pupils to have 2 hours of high
    quality PE and school sport per week by 2006
  • 459m new investment over three years

6
Objectives of the School Sport Partnership
Network
  • To deliver the three core objectives of the
    National Strategy
  • improve the health of the nation
  • promote the achievement of sporting success on an
    international stage
  • raise attainment and achievement through PE and
    school sport.

7
Delivery by the School Sport Partnership Network
  • Through the eight delivery strands of the
    Strategy
  • Specialist Sports Colleges
  • School Sports Partnerships
  • Step into Sport (LV)
  • Gifted Talented
  • Club Links
  • National CPD Programme
  • Best practice in curriculum delivery
  • Swimming

Transformational Change
8
National PE Sport Strategy for Young People
(2008-2011)
Leadership and Volunteering
Gifted and Talented
Competition
Clubs
Disability
Swimming
Extending activities
Coaching
Infrastructure
Professional development
Extending Opps beyond the school/ college Day
Enhancing existing provision
Building capacity
5 Hour Offer
9
The sporting relay race
Sport England Increasing participation Community
sport Children and Young People
School/Club Links
School/Community links FE /community
links Sustaining Participation Player pathways
Competitive club sport Volunteering
Coaching/ officiating
  • The Youth Sport Trust
  • Raising standards in PE and School Sport
  • Increasing the quality and quantity of PE and
    school sport
  • Opportunities for young leaders and volunteers
  • Supporting talent and competition
  • UK Sport
  • World Class Performance
  • Olympic and Paralympic Success
  • Drug Free Sport
  • World Class events
  • International sporting relations

Key Partners NGBs, Local Clubs, Schools, Further
Education, Higher Education and Local Authorities
10
Key to success of the strategy?' A national
Infrastructure of School Sport Partnerships
  • 449 School Sport Partnerships
  • 430 Specialist Sports Colleges
  • 3200 School Sport Co-ordinators
  • 18000 Primary Link Teachers
  • 90 Competition Managers (225)
  • 230 Community Sports Coaches (over 450)
  • 377 FESCos

11
The Outcomes of a FESCo
  • In three years time we will
  • See young people taking part regularly in
    intra-college sport competitions
  • See young people undertaking leadership roles in
    sport
  • See you people joining local sports clubs and
    organisations
  • Hear young people say they enjoy sport

12
Outcomes of a School Sport Partnership
P R O G R E S S I V E
ENGAGEMENT WITH YOUNG PEOPLE
STRATEGIC PLANNING LIASON
I N C L U S I V E
S U S T A I N A B L E
MORE COACHES LEADERS DEPLOYED
IMPROVED QUALITY OF TEACHING, COACHING LEARNING
H I G H Q U A L I T Y
13
Proposed key aim for the FESCo network 2008/2011
  • The FE Sports Co-ordinator programme will
    increase opportunities for young people, aged
    between 16 and 19 in education, to participate,
    perform and lead and volunteer in Sport .

14
Primary objectives
  • Objective two
  • To drive a process of sport development planning
    within every FE college, which is connected to
    existing networks and plans

15
Primary objectives
  • Objective three
  • To drive the improvement and enhancement of the
    existing college based sport enrichment
    programmes for students aged between 16 and 19,
    with a particular focus on raising participation,
    broadening opportunities to lead and volunteer
    and improve and enhance competition
    opportunities.

16
Secondary objectives
  • To develop gifted and talented support and
    provision for 16-19 year olds within the college.
    This will include the college based competition
    structure and, where relevant, college based
    sports specific academies, or equivalent.
  • In addition, the programme will compliment
    college activities to provide training for
    careers in the sports industry, contributing to
    the capacity that supports the participation of
    young people and adults in sporting activities.

17
Expected outcomes
  • An increase in the range and quantity of sport
    programmes available to the college students aged
    16-19.
  • An increase in the number of coaching hours
    across a range of sports.
  • An increase in the number of intra and inter
    college competitions.
  • An increase in training, support and deployment
    of young people as volunteers in sport.
  • An improvement in the provision of sign-posting
    information to college students regarding
    participation opportunities in community sport.

18
Key roles of the infrastructure
  • PDM MANAGE strategic, partnership wide.
  • SSCo CO-ORDINATE extra curricular focus,
    family wide (inc. own school).
  • FESCo CO-ORDINATE focus on college based
    enrichment programmes.
  • PLT LEAD subject leadership, PE and OSHL, own
    school.
  • Competition Manager MANAGE and co-ordinate a
    programme of inter-school competition programme
    using the national competition framework

19
The people in the network
  • What can they contribute to SSP outcomes?
  • What are your shared roles/interests?
  • How can you motivate/encourage them to get
    involved?

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Audit what information do I need?
  • of young people doing 3hours
  • of young people doing 2 hours
  • of young people doing nothing

23
Definition of sport
  • A broad definition of sport that includes
    activities outside of Sport Englands support
    structure that are relevant and compelling to
    children and young people. These include dance,
    aerobics and climbing. It does not include
    activities such as walking or cycling to school.

24
Ongoing Support for FESCos
  • Support from College
  • Support from the SSP
  • Further training
  • Need to do
  • Nice to do

25
  • Personal
  • action planning

26
Action planning
  • Produce an action plan for
  • first month
  • third month
  • six months
  • first year
  • What does the College need to do?
  • What do I need to do as a FESCo?

27
Thank you
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