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Title: Outdoor Education, PE


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Outdoor Education, PE D of E Service
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Primary Schools Subject Leader PE Workshops
Spring 2014
  • Roy Gittens Education Officer PE Sport
  • County Inspector PE

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Agenda
  • Updates
  • Woodlands v Essex CC Supreme Court Ruling
  • Primary Schools PE Sport Funding/Sue Campbell
  • New Ofsted Guidance
  • Bhfnc Report
  • Road to Rio Challenge
  • afPE NC Guidance
  • Teaching an Outstanding PE llesson

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Woodlands v Essex CC
  • Implications for schools
  • non delegable duty of care current HCC advice
  • i.e. duty is not just to take reasonable care of
    young people but to provide that reasonable care
    is by third parties.
  • reinforced the need to ensure that third party
    providers are properly checked and insured.
  • insurance cover must be adequate (normally 10m)
    to should provide full indemnity for both the
    school and the Local Authority.

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PE Sport Funding - How much is it?
  • 150m for 3 academic years 2013/14 , 14/15
    15/16
  • Guaranteed to continue to 2020 if Coalition
    Government Cameron announcement 5 February 2014
  • Schools with 17 pupils or more
  • 8000 plus 5 per head.
  • Smaller schools 500 per head
  • Payments in additional grant for schools AGS
  • Sent to LAs in Sept/Oct
  • Academies will receive direct from Education
    Funding Agency EFA

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How can it be spent?
  • Ofsted examples of good practice published Jan
    14
  • Professional development opportunities in
    PE/Sport for staff
  • Hire specialist teachers or qualified sports
    coaches to work alongside school staff when
    teaching PE Hampshire Leading Teachers,
    HLT/ASTs,
  • Local SSP/cluster collaboration engage with SGOs
  • Developing resources/equipment

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How can it be spent?
  • Greater involvement in School Games Initiative
    at all levels, pre-school, break, lunch, after
    school clubs, intra school competition,
    inter-school competition, county level
    competition - pathways for G T
  • Additional after school sports clubs/activities.

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Accountability
  • Ofsted focus on PE sport. Inspectors will
    consider
  • How well the school uses its Sport Premium to
    improve the quality and breadth of its PE and
    sporting provision, including increasing
    participation in PE and sport so that all pupils
    develop healthy lifestyles and reach the
    performances levels they are capable of.
  • changes will ensure that PE sport is a high
    priority for inspectors
  • Schools will be required to include details about
    their sporting provision on their school website.

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Subsidiary guidance September 2013
  • Evaluating the schools use of the new primary
    school sport funding
  • 127. Inspectors should consider the impact of the
    new primary school sport funding on pupils
    lifestyles and physical wellbeing by taking
    account of the following factors
  • the increase in participation rates in such
    activities as games, dance, gymnastics, swimming
    and athletics
  • ?the increase and success in competitive school
    sports
  • ?how much more inclusive the physical education
    curriculum has become
  • ?the growth in the range of provisional and
    alternative sporting activities
  • ?the improvement in partnership work on physical
    education with other schools and other local
    partners
  • ?links with other subjects that contribute to
    pupils overall achievement and their greater
    social, spiritual, moral and cultural skills
  • ?the greater awareness amongst pupils about the
    dangers of obesity, smoking and other such
    activities that undermine pupils health.

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  • Physical education survey visits December 13
  • Inspecting primary school PE and school sport
    new funding January 14

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British Heart Foundation National Centre
Evidence Briefing Feb 14
  • Physical Activity can improve the physiological
    and psychological health of children YP
    recent research by Edinburgh and Strathclyde
    Universities link to outcomes?
  • Most children in UK do not achieve recommended
    levels of physical activity
  • Participation decreases in adolescence but levels
    remain higher in boys than girls
  • Complex range of factors influence participation
  • Public health guidelines recommend a minimum of
    60 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity every
    day up to several hours
  • Vigorous activity which promote strengthening of
    muscle and bone should be included 3 times per
    week
  • Most successful interventions are multi component
    and are largely school based

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Road to Rio Challenge
  • The Road to Rio challenge is designed to
    encourage young people in Hampshire to take part
    in more physical activity sport. The challenge
    is very simple For pupils to take part in 2016
    minutes (35 hours) of extra curricular clubs
    involving physical activity in the run up to the
    Rio 2016 Olympic Paralympic Games.
  • http//www3.hants.gov.uk/education/outdoor-educati
    on/peandsport/pe_curriculum.htm

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NC PHYSICAL EDUCATIONAnalysis of Progression
across the Key Stages
  • The table details the requirements of the
    National Curriculum as well as the progression in
    learning across the Key Stages under key headings
    identified within the new curriculum.
  • The Key Stage statements of what children should
    achieve at each Key Stage are shown in black.
    Reference to what pupils should be taught is
    shown in red.

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Analysis of Progression across the Key Stages
Purpose of study Aims KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4
Movement Develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities Develop fundamental movement skills, becoming increasingly confident and competent Master basic movements such as running, jumping, throwing and catching Continue to apply and develop a broader range of skills Use running, jumping, throwing and catching in isolation and in combination Build on and embed the physical development and skills learnt in KS 1 and 2 Tackle complex and demanding physical activities
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Teaching Effective PE Lessons Using the Latest
Ofsted Criteria
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Introduction and Aims
  • To give a clear understanding of what effective
    teaching looks like with regard to PE.
  • To raise awareness and to develop a clearer
    understanding of the revised Ofsted criteria on
    Teaching.
  • To support teachers in improving their own
    personal PE practices.
  • To support PE Co-ordinators in developing and
    improving PE teaching throughout their school.

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What would you expect to see in an outstanding PE
lesson?
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What does Ofsted say about Outstanding Teaching?
  • Enjoyable and highly effective learning
  • Excellent relationships
  • Regular praise and feedback
  • Teachers enthuse, motivate and inspire pupils to
    achieve their very best

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  • Outstanding progress made by pupils
  • Teachers coaches well organised and well
    planned
  • Extensive subject knowledge and expertise to show
    pupils step by step progression and how to apply
    skills in a variety of activities and context
  • Question pupils to check understanding and
    provide expert advice on how to attain high
    levels of performance

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Planning If you fail to prepare, youre
prepared to fail. Mark Spitz Winner of 7 Gold
Medals at the 1972 Olympics
  • Plan carefully taking into account
  • Prior/previous learning
  • Differentiation inclusive
  • Secure subject knowledge
  • Integrate assessment
  • Consider groupings ability, gender, size?
  • High expectations
  • Resources /equipment including IT

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  • High Expectations
  • Pupils challenged to work their hardest even when
    they tire
  • Pupils encouraged to find their own ways of
    improving their performance

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  • Pace of learning is rapid
  • Time is maximised to engage all pupils in
    vigorous physical activity
  • Pupils are physically active for sustained
    periods of time
  • A wide range of equipment resources,
  • including computers and video is used to enhance
    their learning and performance

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  • Pupils progress is systematically checked
    throughout all key stage
  • Assessment data is used by teachers to plan
    further challenges for more able pupils and
    provide additional support for the less able

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Recognising Potential
Video Clip of Mr Watkinson!
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Recognising Outstanding in PE
  • Ps
  • Es
  • DVD

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  • Plan
  • Performance
  • Pitch
  • Pace
  • Progression
  • Passion
  • Practice
  • Procedures/protocols
  • Prior learning
  • Praise
  • Personality
  • Purpose
  • Pupil centred
  • Pupil feedback
  • Purposeful
  • Participation
  • Enjoyment
  • Enthusiasm
  • Energy
  • Encouragement
  • Engaging
  • Evaluation
  • Excellence
  • Enquirey
  • Equipment
  • Effective
  • Expectations
  • Exciting

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Support
  • Jodie Williams HLT
  • jodieawilliams_at_googlemail.com
  • For FREE planning please write to
  • Jodie Williams
  • Anton Junior School
  • Barlows Lane
  • Andover
  • Hants
  • SP10 2HA

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Support Local
  • Childrens Services OEPEDoE Service
  • http//www3.hants.gov.uk/education/outdoor-e
    ducation.htm
  • Subject Leaders workshops
  • CPD programme
  • Lunchtime Supervisors Play leaders workshops
  • Rekindling the Flame using PESS across the
    curriculum to engage children
  • HLTs
  • QA of Sports Providers
  • Local School Sport Partnerships
  • Other school clusters/partnerships
  • Sport Hampshire IOW

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Hampshire PE Conference 2 July 2014 Ageas Bowl
  • Key Note Speaker Will Ryan
  • Plus range of workshop and networking
    opportunities.
  • Will Ryan - 'Education's Michael Macintyre'as one
    delegate recently described him - has now been
    enthralling Independent Thinking audiences in
    Britain and overseas for many years, sharing his
    wealth of experience in primary education and
    leadership with passion, common sense and humour.
    His most recent book Inspirational Teachers
    Inspirational Learners was given a 10/10 review
    in the Times Educational Supplement and described
    as 'the inspirational text that should be on the
    reading list of all educational administrators
    and on the bedside table of all school leaders
    and classroom teachers'.

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Support materials
  • OEPEDoE website
  • Best practice examples of curriculum maps,
    schemes of work from schools graded as
    outstanding in PE
  • Tool for self review
  • Ofsted http//www.ofsted.gov.uk/
  • YST http//www.youthsporttrust.org/
  • ape http//www.afpe.org.uk/

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