The Reality of High Quality Physical Education: The Crucial Role of Leadership. Kim Henderson Physical Education Consultant for Barnet Children’s Service. Workshop Outcomes. To place good leadership at the heart of high-quality physical education
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Physical Education Consultant for Barnet Children’s Service
If an Ofsted Inspector came to your school today and asked for the 3 main highlights / headlines of PESS in your school – what would they be?
……and the 2 key areas for development?
Physical education in schools 2005/08
“National data indicate a trend of rising standards and improved achievement over the past 3 years. There is no longer an attainment gap between boys and girls.”
“Good or outstanding teaching in 2/3 of schools visited – more variable in primary, where subject knowledge less secure and not fully compensated for by professional development”
“ Opportunities for pupils in Years 5&6 to take on responsibilities and leadership roles in physical education had increased”
“Monitoring, evaluation, strategic planning and systems for assessment were the weaker aspects of leadership and management”
“PESSYP strategy having a major impact …… widened participation in after-school and community club sports activities, improved leadership of the subject in primary schools, increased opps for PD and encouraged collaboration”
“PE has contributed effectively to ECM outcomes …….. Despite the improvements in PE, it has yet to have sufficient impact on tackling the health issue of childhood obesity”
Your school is judged ‘good’ for ‘The quality of pupils’ learning and their progress’. List the features that would support this judgement
Your school is judged ‘good’ for ‘The quality of teaching and the use of assessment to support learning’. List the features that would support this judgement
What does this reveal?
What does your school self review tell you?
Is this shared with all staff?
Do we all know what it looks like?
Observation templates – what do you have in school?
Coaching model – finding solutions together
What does the Early Years Profile tell us?
Using Learning Outcomes as assessment criteria
Using Core Task DVD and materials
How do we transfer information?
What do we need to know?