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SSCO Conference A Vision for Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent: The role and professional standards of SSPs and SSCos 2008 Clive Jones – School Improvement Officer – Staffordshire CC Congratulations And thank you Congratulations Two hours high quality PE and SS in Staffordshire 2006 72%

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SSCO ConferenceA Vision for Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent: The role and professional standards of SSPs and SSCos

2008

Clive Jones – School Improvement Officer – Staffordshire CC


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Congratulations

And thank you


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Congratulations

Two hours high quality PE and SS in

Staffordshire

2006 72%

2007 80.25%


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Congratulations

Two hours high quality PE and SS in

Staffordshire

2006/7 National improvement +6

Staffordshire +8.25%


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Other figures 2007

National Staffordshire

Intra58 53.3

Inter3534

Sports Day9896.7

Sports Provided17 16.4

Club Links74.9

Community 29 28

G+T7 3.4

Vol 12 11.9


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Leaders


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Phil Vickery

“ You have to listen to everyone’s opinion on board, know how to get the best out of your team mates- who needs talking to and who you can shout at”


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Scott Quinnell

“Lead from the front and never ask anyone to do anything that you wouldn’t do yourself”


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Sean Fitzpatrick

“ If you think of all the good captains, they’re people who play well themselves and lead by example”


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Scott Quinnell

“ The standout thing about Jonno was that he’d run through a brick wall and then demand that everyone follow him. No-one ever argued”


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Nigel Reo Coker

“Captaincy is all in the head. The armband is just a bit of decoration as far as I’m concerned”


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Sven Goran Eriksson

“A captain is someone who should have gravitas and impact when they talk. Some believe a captain should shout a lot. I think he should be someone who doesn’t say much, but to whom everyone listens when

they do speak”


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Standards and Perceptions


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The Great Train Robbers


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Michael Carneal

Killed 3 in a high school shooting spree


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Mary Bell

A 10 year old child who killed a 5 year old play friend. She carved her initials into his skin


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A Fashion Model


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Ted Binion

A Las Vegas casino owner. Many dubious dealings was murdered


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Vernon Gebreth

A well respected criminal investigator


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Amber Hagerman

Abducted as a child and thrown into a van. She was murdered


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Dr Jeffery Mc Donald

Alleged to have murdered his wife. Spent 20 years in prison before some else confessed


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Lizzie Borden

Hung for killing her father and step mother. Recent forensic evidence suggests she didn’t do it


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Two Fashion Models


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Perceptions really do matter!!


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What would you do if?

  • During a PLT module 3 SSCOs sit at the back of room together discussing their upcoming work programmes.


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What would you do if?

  • During a primary training programme a SSCO arrives late. They are dressed in Jeans and chewing. All through a presentation they doodle and talk to a PLT on their table.


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What would What would you do if?

  • After meeting an SSCO who tells you that their job is to “visit primary schools and tell them what to do and how to teach”, they teach an in adequate lesson in their own secondary school


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What would you do if?

  • An SSCO is giving Health and Safety advice which is incorrect and dangerous?


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What would you do if?

  • As part of their “transition work” an SSCO tells primary colleagues that they should be collecting levels in every “sport” that the primary school deliver. The numbers should then be added up and averaged in order to pass that information onto the secondary school


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So What is the role of the SSCO?


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High Quality?


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Our job is to:

Develop a modern, world-class curriculum that will inspire and challenge all learners and prepare them for the future


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The Challenge

Develop a modern, world-class Physical Education and School Sport system that will inspire and challenge all young people and prepare them for a fit and healthy future where physical activity is embedded into their lifestyles


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Physical Education

Assessment

An area of weakness. Does not support pupil progress.

Not reliable and valid or against learning outcomes

Not used to inform curriculum

Where best practise – core tasks used, 4 strands delivered, review Los and used to adjust the curriculum


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Physical Education

Curriculum

  • Dominated by performance aspects

  • Dominated by games

  • Short unconnected units

  • Design does not meet needs of all learners

  • ½ term units


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Physical Education

Teaching and Learning

  • Primary teachers often rely on prepared SOW and cannot respond to diverse needs

  • Challenge often too low

  • Approaches do not meet the needs of some learners

  • AOTTs not used effectively


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Why does this all matter?


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Reasons?

  • PESSCL

  • Transition

  • KS3 levels

  • GCSE results

  • A level results

  • PSA targets

  • LAA targets


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