Effective practice in your role as a PE Coordinator

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Role of a PE coordinator and learn how to support children in accessing a high-quality physical education curriculum. This workshop also covers monitoring curriculum delivery, identifying gaps, and using the PE and School Sport Premium effectively.


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  1. Effective practice in your role as a PE Coordinator

  2. Workshop Intent Effective practice in your role as a PE Coordinator This workshop will explore the role of a PE coordinator and look at how, as a PE lead, you can ensure that you are supporting children to access a high-quality physical education curriculum. It will also look at how you monitor the delivery of the curriculum across the school, ensuring that your colleagues are supporting consistent practice. Furthermore, it will consider if there are any gaps / skills not being taught and how you can effectively use the PE and School Sport Premium to upskill colleagues

  3. Small group discussion What is your role as a PE Coordinator? What is going well as PE Coordinator in your school? What are the challenges?

  4. Planning the PE curriculum Planning the curriculum to ensure all children are progressing and building on the skills. Planning the curriculum to ensure all children can take part. Progressions on skills from one year group to another. Identifying any gaps in the children s learning.

  5. The PE curriculum embedded in teaching and learning Increasing the amount of time spent being physically active during PE and other lessons can improve both physical development, educational outcomes and emotional development. Schools have the most important role. Sport is in the curriculum for schools so they can have a direct impact by introducing existing and new sports to young people. A high-quality physical education curriculum inspires all pupils to succeed and excel in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities. It should provide opportunities for pupils to become physically confident in a way which supports their health and fitness.

  6. The PE curriculum embedded in teaching and learning Opportunities to compete in sport and other activities build character and help to embed values such as fairness and respect. Schools have the most important role. Sport is in the curriculum for schools so they can have a direct impact by introducing existing and new sports to young people. The National Curriculum for physical education aims to ensure that all pupils develop competence to excel in a broad range of physical activities, are physically active for sustained periods of time, engage in competitive sports and activities and lead healthy, active lives.

  7. Intent, Implement, Impact statements

  8. YEAR 6 END POINTS

  9. Action Plan

  10. Action Plan

  11. Action Plan

  12. Action Plan

  13. Embedding the curriculum throughout the school Bikeability training -providing the children with Bikeabilty training from Reception - Yr 6 using external company (Outspoken) it allows the children the opportunity to take part in different activities and equips them with the skills and confidence to use bikes. (outspokentraining.co.uk) Active Maths lessons - PE can be used during Maths lessons using indoor and outdoor facilities, working collaboratively with the Maths Subject Lead in the school to emphasis this to staff and adapt the curriculum. Breakfast/lunch time and after school activities and clubs - Using school staff or external companies to deliver sessions gives opportunity for new activities and a broader curriculum.

  14. Embedding the curriculum throughout the school Sports Leadership - external company to work with young leaders/NSport staff can deliver leadership academy training if this is included in your package. Young leaders can also support at break/ lunch times and any sporting events running in school. Change 4 Life Club - targeting those less-active children can be organised and lead by a member of school staff. Daily Mile track can encourage the children and staff to keep active during the day, during or between lessons. Organise intra competitions in school perhaps at the end of the term, using leaders to help organise and run. Also allows children to compete with peers in a familiar environment.

  15. Department of Health is seeking to improve the physical and emotional health of children and young people and physical activity has a vital role to play. Change4Life Sports Clubs, School Games and the PE and Sport Premium have a contribution to make in engaging and retaining children s involvement in healthy active lifestyles

  16. Department for Education Our education system must ensure that every child leaves school well-rounded, confident, resilient and happy in other words, prepared for adult life. PE and sport can play a key role in this and in promoting pupils physical and mental wellbeing. The Department for Education is seeking to improve PE and sport in primary schools through the PE and sport premium, which aims to ensure that all pupils leaving primary school are physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and What Works in Schools and Colleges to Increase Physical Activity? A briefing for head teachers, college principals, staff working in education settings, directors of public health and wider partners lifelong participation in physical activity and sport. The decision to focus on primary schools was based on the evidenced importance of establishing healthy habits at a young age. The next challenge is to ensure that the legacy of this investment is sustained both within the primary schools receiving the funding and the secondary sector to which their pupils are progressing.

  17. Department of Health is seeking to improve the physical and emotional health of children and young people and physical activity has a vital role to play. Change4Life Sports Clubs, School Games and the PE and Sport Premium have a contribution to make in engaging and retaining children s involvement in healthy active lifestyles

  18. Change4Life Sports Clubs - Principles Attract less active young people in multisport and non-traditional school sport clubs. Build a network of Change4Life Sports Clubs on school sites designed and led by the school. Using the inspiration of Olympic and Paralympic values, self reporting and a strong brand. Respond to what young people want. Develop a sense of belonging and establishes a regular culture of attendance and participation. Utilise the club environment to change behaviours around key health areas.

  19. What is a Change4Life Sports Club? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqPOhnZQC5Q

  20. Supporting and upskilling teaching staff Link to OfSTED The quality of continuing professional development for teachers is considered by OfSTED when making a judgement about the effectiveness of leadership and management. Staff reflect on and debate the way they teach. They feel deeply involved in their own professional development. Leaders have created a climate in which staff are motivated and trusted to take risks and innovate in ways that are right for their learners. Furthermore, inspectors will consider the extent to which: staff have qualifications, training, subject knowledge and experience relevant to their roles and use these to plan and deliver learning appropriate to learners of all abilities, reflect good industry practice and meet employers needs.

  21. Supporting and upskilling teaching staff Teacher observations to monitor the lessons being taught Reception - Yr6 these can identify strengths and areas of development for teaching staff. Can also identify any gaps in the curriculum and children s learning. Teacher feedback verbally or using written surveys/questionnaires can identify any areas of development for teaching staff. Identify sports and skills they feel less confident teaching. This then allows the opportunity for CPD to upskill teaching staff using external coaches (e.g. Gymnastics, Dance, Tennis) Teachers to observe some lessons to begin with and then continue with the support from coaches. They have the fundamental skills to teach the next unit. School Sports Premium can be used for coaches/ CPD opportunities for staff. Purchasing new equipment using School Sports Premium to introduce new sports and skills to the children and ensuring all children are given the opportunity to take part (NAK/Boccia)

  22. Year 6 - Tag Rugby - Lesson 3

  23. Pupil Voice My favorite lesson is football I am good at this because I play for a football team. I like when we can do catching and throwing I find Gymnastics difficult I really enjoyed the OAA lessons they were fun and we could work as a team to solve problems and challenges If I am finding something hard, I can ask the adults and they can help me. My Teacher gives me Dojo points during the lesson and at the end for trying my best.

  24. Questions and discussions

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