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Primary Link Teacher Conference

Primary Link Teacher Conference. PESSYP. 2008 - 2011. PESSCL. 2003 – 2008. Overall Aims Of PESSCL . All children, whatever their circumstances or abilities, should be able to participate in and enjoy PE and sport

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Primary Link Teacher Conference

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  1. Primary Link Teacher Conference PESSYP 2008 - 2011

  2. PESSCL 2003 – 2008

  3. Overall Aims Of PESSCL • All children, whatever their circumstances or abilities, should be able to participate in and enjoy PE and sport • Raise standards across the whole school e.g. confidence, self esteem, attitude, motivation, attendance, behaviour etc • Improve children’s health • Have success in international competition

  4. Key Areas of Work of PESSCL • Specialists Sports Colleges • School Sport Coordinators • Gifted and Talented • QCA PE & School Sport Investigation • Step into Sport • Professional Development • School/Club Links

  5. Key Target Of PESSCL 85%of children to have access to 2 hours per week of high quality PE and School Sport by 2008

  6. PSA 2004 -2008

  7. PESSCL Survey Results 2007/8 Key Findings • 90% of Young People taking part in 2hours of HQ PE and School Sport • 78% take part in 2hrs of Curriculum PE • 16% of Young People are actively involved in Leadership and Volunteering • 32% of Young People are involved in 1 or more Community Sports Club • 41% of Young People are involved in Inter School Competition

  8. Key Milestones for Transformation London being awarded the 2012 Olympic Games £100 million investment in July 2007

  9. PSA 22 Deliver a successful Olympic Games and Paralympic Games with a sustainable legacy and get more children and young people taking part in high quality PE and sport October 2007

  10. PSA 22 Government aim for 2008 – 2011 ‘In addition to at least 2 hours per week of high quality PE and Sport in school for all 5 – 16 year olds, all children and young people aged 5 – 19 will be offered opportunities to participate in a further 3 hours per week of sporting activities provided through schools, FE Colleges, clubs and community providers. This will create a sustainable legacy both in terms of future elite success and grassroots sport.

  11. 5-hour PE and Sport Offer – maximising the school platform

  12. 1 2 3 4 5 30% 50% 20% The sporting landscape for young people No of Hours 5+ % of young people School Sport Elite Sport PE curriculum Community Sport Physical Activity COACHING LEADERSHIP AND VOLUNTEERING INCLUSION

  13. PESSCL PESSYP 2003 - 2008 2008 - 2011

  14. National PE & Sport Strategy for Young People(2008-2011) Gifted and Talented Clubs Leadership and Volunteering Swimming Disability Competition Extending Activity Coaching Professional Development Infrastructure 5 Hour Offer

  15. 1 2 3 4 5 30% 50% 20% The sporting landscape for young people No of Hours % of young people School Sport Elite Sport 120 minutes PE Community Sport Physical Activity Participation in Curriculum Physical Education Participation in other sport in school/college Participation in structured community sports clubs Participation in other community settings Participation in sport as a part of a wider range of activity

  16. Who will help you achieve the 5 Hour Offer? Community Based Support School Based Support School Sport Coordinator Competition Manager Senior Competition Manager FE Sports Coordinator Coaches Volunteers Local Authority Extended Services Local Clubs Sports Development Community Sports Network National Governing Bodies County Sport Partnership Sport England Partnership Development Manager

  17. PESSYP Targets 2008 - 2011

  18. YOU are not alone

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