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The PESSCL & PESSYP Systems

PESSCL & PESSYP made easy!
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Owen Brown

on 9 September 2012

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Transcript of The PESSCL & PESSYP Systems

The
PESSCL & PESSYP
Systems All you need to
know in one go! By the end of this you should know everything to do with these systems... Here we will go over the two
systems of PESSCL & PESSYP PESSYP PESSCL TO THE LEFT Now we will take a closer
look at the two systems PESSYP TO THE RIGHT PESSCL PE School Sport & Club Links The aim of it was to "increase the percentage of school children, aged 5-16, who spend a minimum of 2 hours a week doing high level PE from 75% to 85% by 2008". The system was first introduced by the government
in 2003. A specialist sports college is a maintained secondary school which received additional funding from the Department for Education and Skills to raise standards in PE. 1. Specialist Sports Colleges This brought together groups of schools to help deliver the opportunity to pupils to take part in 2 hours of high quality PE per week in the school curriculum and outside it. 2. School Sports Co-ordinators This was provided to give extra training to teachers, as well as training to other adults for free or at a reduced price. This allowed children to receive better training in sport. 3. Professional Developments This was introduced to encourage sports leaders and volunteers. The aim was to increase numbers of young people taking part in sport, inside and outside of school through Junior and Community Sports Leaders Awards schemes. 4. Encouraging Sport Schools were encouraged to create links with local sports clubs outside of the school environment. This was designed to encourage students into joining local sports clubs and meeting the required minimum of 5 hours of sport a week. 5. School & Club Links This was launched to support the most talented sports people in schools and help them fulfill their potential. 6. Gifted & Talented Programme Money was invested into swimming with the aim that all primary school children should be able to swim at least 25 meters. 7. Swimming The strategy was designed to work with schools and sports partnerships across the country. This was aimed to have been accomplished by the end of 2008. 8. PE & Sport Investigation PE & Sport Strategy for Young People This expressed the governments commitment to improve the quantity and quality of PE and sport taken part in by 5 to 19 year olds. This system was brought in to
replace the PESSCL system in 2008. Let's take a look at the
8 Strands that link with
the PESSCL System. This involves working with the National Governing Bodies to create high quality club links. 1. Club Links PESSYP has 10 Strands to
make the strategy successful
to offer high quality PE. In this strategy, the coaching target was to have 10,000 adult volunteer coaches by 2011. 2. Coaching There is a National School Sports Week which includes festivals, Intra school (within the school) and Inter school (between schools) competitions. 3. Competition 450 Multi-Sport Disability Clubs have been established to offer a club experience to all young disabled athlete that require the sport they wish to participate in to be adapted to fit their disability. 4. Disability This includes sports which are not usually viewed as traditional sporting activities. These activities include; cheerleading, street sports, Wii Sports, archery and skateboarding. This allows people of different interests to still partake in sports. 5. Extending Activities http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/5385/1/The%20physical%20education,%20school%20sport%20and%20club%20links%20strategy%20(PDF%20format).pdf - "increase the percentage of school children who spend a minimum of 2 hours a week doing high level PE from 75% to 85% by 2008" Bibliography http://www.sportdevelopment.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=54:rgschools&catid=47:ruffguides - (TEXT) PESSCL & PESSYP Basics www.josephleckieacademy.co.uk - (TEXT) PESSCL Strands details 6. Gifted & Talented Infrastructure consists of School Sport Partnerships (SSPs) that work together to develop PE and sporting opportunities for all young people. 7. Infrastructure Sports Leaders are students in school who are given the chance to organize events in and around the school and try to get people to take part in activities. 8. Leadership Key Stage 2 pupils should be taught to:
Tread water steadily
Pace themselves while swimming with challenges related to speed, distance and personal survival
Swim at least 25m
Use a recognised arm and leg action
Use a range of recognised strokes and personal survival skills 9. Swimming This is similar to the PESSCL strand where teachers and coaches also need to receive support and training to be able to give young people the coaching they require to do well in sport. 10. Continuing Professional Development http://www.sunderlandssp.co.uk - (TEXT) PESSYP Strands Details A typical partnership consists of:
A partnership development manager (PDM)
Up to eight school sport co-coordinators (SSCos)
45 primary and special school link teachers (PLTs) A PDM is usually based within a sports college.
They manage the SSP and develop links with key partners in sport and the wider community. An SSCo is based in a secondary school and concentrates on improving school sport opportunities PLTs are based in primary and special schools and aim to improve the quantity and quality of PE and sport in their own schools. Schools were given grants to help make this strand successful and in turn improve the PESSYP strategy. The funding of £8.25 million could be used for; additional teachers, additional lessons, resources, transport and pool hire. In the PESSYP system, the Gifted & Talented programme not only focuses on high achievers but also on those who show sporting potential, including those at risk of underachieving and those from disadvantaged areas. Will will now take a look at what makes the two strategies similar and what makes them different... PESSCL & PESSYP Similarities and Differences SPOT THE DIFFERENCE!!! In the PESSYP strategy, a system was put in place to give the support that disabled athletes required to take part in the sports they enjoy. It also gave disabled people the same opportunities as non-disabled athletes. For example, the 5 Hour Offer and the Gifted & Talented programme. PESSCL offered no support for disabled athletes... They would find the most talented athletes in the schools and then nurture them so that they could perform at their highest possible standards and achieve their true potential. Both strategies had a Gifted & Talented programme... Similarities Differences PESSYP was aiming to give pupils aged 5-16 the chance to have at least 5 hours of high quality PE and sport a week, it then changed slightly with the 16-19 age group who would be able to receive just 3 hours of physical activity and sport. PESSYP is targeted at young people aged 5-19
whereas PESSCL was aimed at children aged 5-16... It was thought that competition would help to improve participation in sport if people were aiming towards achieving something, such as winning. Competition was introduced to PESSYP
and was not a part of the PESSCL strategy... Yeah...
He's French... http://www.thebounce.co.za/2011/04/27/new-zealand-%E2%80%93-kicked-in-the-nuts-without-carter/ - (IMAGE) Dan Carter place kick In both strategies the aim here was to develop links between schools and community sports clubs. This could allow an easy transition for those students who wished to develop their sporting skills outside of their school. They also have the strand of Club Links in common... These goals were for all KS2 students to have fulfilled the targets that were set (seen previously) and reach the required standard in swimming. They also supported these school swimming programmes strongly and the government made it possible for children to swim for free as well as the over 60's. Both strategies had set targets for Swimming... It is a difficult time for young people and sport at the moment because the current government are taking away funding for community sports clubs and sport in schools. This means that no new equipment can be bought in and no one can be trained to teach sports... What might happen now that
PESSCL & PESSYP has been scrapped?? It is very likely that this will have a negative effect on the youth of today. There may be more cases of child obesity creeping into the country as there is no longer a plentiful supply of sport in the country. The Olympics would have had a very good impact in getting young people into sport as they see their country be very successful and want to repeat that in their generation. Possible effects on young people: I hope this has been useful to you
and that you now know more about
the PESSCL & PESSYP Strategies!!
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