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Title: Developing Student Leadership in PE

Developing Student Leadership in PE
Sports Colleges have a higher percentage of
pupils involved in leadership and volunteering
programmes compared to the national average and
Sports Colleges showed the highest increase in
the number of pupils gaining five or more A-C
grade GCSEs when compared to all specialist
Physical Education Matters 2009
Students make a good contribution to their local
community by acting as young leaders, coaches and
peer support mentors to over eight primary
schools and contribute more widely through
Whickhams partnership with schools and charities
overseas in Bolivia, Egypt and Mexico.
Ofsted 2010
School is the perfect time for students to
practice leadership it is a safe environment
where the consequences of mistakes are fairly
benign and positive support is always readily
available. Leader 2009
The Leadership Pathway
Recruit Into Coaching Level 3 Higher Sports
Leaders Award Art Leadership Award Young
Ambassadors Get With It Programme Young Event
Volunteering Programme Level 2 Community Sports
Leaders Award yoUR Managers Gateshead/Whickham
SSP Leadership Academy
Dance Leaders Award Level 1 Sports Leaders Award
Junior Football Organisers Award Dreams
Teams Gateshead Girls Active yoUR Leader
Award Year 8 Determination Award Learn 2
Lead Playground Buddies
What skills have I developed as a result of
being involved in leadership courses?
I can now make use of these leadership skills
outside of school
MEG Correlation of YR11 Pupils Involved in
Leadership Programmes
Behaviour and Attendance
  • 9.21 increase in behaviour from when students
    enrol on a leadership programme until the end of
    the course
  • All Key Stages show an increase in attendance
  • Key Stage 4 Attendance 2.9 Increase (4.3 in
    Year 11)

Pupil Development
  • They are good fun
  • They are relevant to real life
  • They are assessed practically using observations
    (no written exams)
  • They help candidates get on to further training
    and courses at college and universities
  • They help candidates gain employment
  • They bring real life changes for some students
    struggling with formal education

Task What does Leadership look like in your
How do we do it?
Staff Perspective
Varied Opportunities
Strong Links with SSP
Staff Enthusiasm
Logical Progressions
Utilisation of leaders
Rewards and incentives
Leadership Pathway
Links with NGBs
How do we do it?
Leader Perspective
Links with Disadvantaged pupils
Different range of teachers
Obscure opportunities
Specialisation Sport and Gender
Free Stuff
Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
Independent Enquirers
Young people process and evaluate information in
their investigations planning what to do and how
to go about it. They take informed and well
reasoned decisions, recognising that others have
different beliefs and attitudes
Creative Thinkers
Young people think creatively by generating and
exploring ideas making original connections.
They try different ways to tackle a problem,
working with others to find imaginative solutions
and outcomes that are of value
Reflective Learners
Young people evaluate their strengths and
limitations, setting themselves realistic goals
with criteria for success. They monitor their
own performance and progress, inviting feedback
from others and making changes to further their
Team Workers
Young people work confidently with others,
adapting to different contexts and taking
responsibility for their own part. They listen
to and take account of different views. They
form collaborative relationships, resolving
issues to reach agreed outcomes
Self Managers
Young people organise themselves, showing
personal responsibility, initiative, creativity
and enterprise with a commitment to learning and
self improvement. They actively embrace change,
responding positively to new priorities, coping
with challenges and looking for opportunities
Effective Participators
Young people actively engage with issues that
affect them and those around them. They play a
full part in the life of their school, college,
work place or wider community by taking
responsible actions to bring improvement for
others as well as themselves
Task What needs developing in your organisation?
Leadership Principles and Top Tips
  • Start with a group you know it will work with
  • Have an end goal in mind
  • Challenge students to take ownership
  • Dont be afraid to let them make mistakes
  • Reward and celebrate their achievements
  • BIG IT UP!

Leadership Principles and Top Tips
  • All young people need other young people who are
    positive role models and who are someone like
  • Ensure that young people have a wide range of
    leadership opportunities that reflect their
    passion and interests
  • Ensure that there is an opportunity for young
    leaders to progress their level of leadership
    skills and their level of responsibility

Leadership Principles and Top Tips
  • Young people engagement is at the heart of young
    people leadership
  • Ensure young people have the opportunity to be
    leaders beyond their school environment
  • Make sure there is an adult in the school who has
    a student voice for leadership

Thank you for listening Any Questions?