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Primary PE Network 21/5/14. Youth Sports Manager, Energize Youth Sports Trust Update PE/ Sport Premium The new national curriculum Extra curricular activities Next steps/ networking. Primary PE Network 21/5/14. Buzz words/ threads Priorities Stretch and challenge Impact.

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Primary pe network 21 5 14

Primary PE Network 21/5/14

  • Youth Sports Manager, Energize

  • Youth Sports Trust Update

  • PE/ Sport Premium

  • The new national curriculum

  • Extra curricular activities

  • Next steps/ networking


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Primary PE Network 21/5/14

  • Buzz words/ threads

    • Priorities

    • Stretch and challenge

    • Impact


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Primary PE Network 21/5/14

  • Sports Premium

  • 3 yr guaranteed ring fenced funding (13/14, 14/15 and 15/16)

  • Aspiration/ pledge of govt to continue with this until 2020

  • One year in – review and reflection

  • Action planning – 14/15 and 15/16


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Primary PE Network 21/5/14


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Primary PE Network 21/5/14

  • A good gymnast is a quiet gymnast

  • Swimmers don’t splash

  • Relax and sprint

Warm up

Warm down


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Primary PE Network 21/5/14

  • New National Curriculum

  • Assessment Update

  • Physical Education

    • What children should achieve

    • What children should be taught

    • Curriculum models


Changes to assessment

Changes to Assessment

Key Messages

  • Assessment levels removed and not replaced.

  • Schools have freedom to develop their own means of assessing pupils’ progress towards end of key stage expectations.

  • Schools may choose to continue using current systems, provided they have been modified to suit the new national curriculum.

  • Model assessment systems, case studies, and examples of ‘what good looks like’ in relation to the new programmes of study will be published throughout 2014.

  • DfE continuing to work with NAHT to support schools in the development and implementation of the new approach.

  • Launch of ‘assessment innovation fund’


Naht commission on assessment

NAHT Commission on Assessment

Among the main recommendations:

  • Pupil progress and achievement to be descriptive profiles

  • Identify a trained assessment lead - CPD for all teachers

  • Schools to publish their principles on website from September 2014

  • Schools to publish detailed framework by 2016

  • Ofsted framework to include: school’s effectiveness in using assessment to improve learning in classroom and to support key points in transition between key stages and schools

  • Each pupil to be assessed as either ‘developing’, ‘meeting’ or ‘exceeding’ each criteria for each year


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