Transforming teaching and learning Building Schools for the Future the contribution of PE & Sport Liz Delany PE & Sports Adviser PfS Content About BSF Educational drivers for change PE & Sport Stakeholder Group The BSF process/ LA Time line Opportunities for PE & Sport
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Educational drivers for change
PE & Sport Stakeholder Group
The BSF process/ LA Time line
Opportunities for PE & Sport
Strategic Planning & Design
NI 1 % of people who believe people from different backgrounds get
on well together in their local area
NI 2 (Stronger communities)
NI 8 (Adult participation in sport)
NI 55/ NI 56 (Obesity)
NI 57 (Participation in high quality PE and sport)
NI 79 Achievement of a Level 2 qualification by the age of 19 PSA 10
NI 80 Achievement of a Level 3 qualification by the age of 19 PSA 10
NI 88 (Extended services)
NI 90 Take up of 14-19 learning diplomas DCSF DSO
NI 110 Young people’s participation in positive activities PSA 14
NI 174 Skills gaps in the current workforce reported by employers
PSA 21 – Build more active Communities.
PSA 22 - 5 hour offer
PfS PE & Sport Adviser –
PfS MDT Team
PE & Sport
Design Steering Group
LA PE & Sport
LA BSF PROJECT BOARD
Meeting schedule & work pattern
Vision for PE & Sport
Objective data /strategic plans
Where do you want to be in 15-20 years time?
.. but Transformation!
BSF aims to deliver 21st Century Learning Environments….
PE & SPORT
Are there any synergies that could be developed between learning spaces?
( healthy foods)
(pilates, yoga, steps)
CENTRAL ATRIUM (The Human Body)
(GCSE, GCE dance)
(core stability, gymnastics)
(table tennis, trampoline, 2x badminton, climbing wall)
What sort of education do we want to see in future?
What sorts of learning relationships do we want to foster?
What competencies do we want learners to develop?
What buildings do we want?
What sort/ how many classrooms do we need?
How many playing fields do we need?
Default to BB98
What sort of facilities do we want to see….?
LOCAL AUTHORITY REQUIREMENTS:
& the networks they represent
STAKEHOLDER GROUP OUTPUTS (up to OBC)
There is a need to think through the challenges faced, and then together identify if facilities or other interventions are the answer…
Re-Imagining Learning Spaces - Futurelab, 2006
Liz Delany (South & Central) 07917 184129
Becky Bracey (North & Central) 07825 528357