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1.1.2b Opportunities and Pathways

Edexcel GCSE PE
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M Stretton

on 18 November 2013

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Transcript of 1.1.2b Opportunities and Pathways

ELITE
PERFORMANCE
PARTICIPATION
FOUNDATION
OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC
NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL STANDARD
On your sheet, give an example from a sport of your choice.
LOCAL & REGIONAL
Athlete competing at against those from other regions
e.g. Representing Greater Manchester Athletics Association
On your sheet, give a sporting example of your choice
Jessica Ennis
Sports Clubs/Leisure Centres
Local sports teams.
Taking part in your free time/extra-curricular
Give a real life example on your sheet.
FOUNDATION
PE LESSONS
1.1.2b Opportunities and Pathways
EXAM QUESTION BANK:
Q1. Read the following statements and decide which option is correct. (1 mark)

Statement 1: Stage 3 is the performance stage.
Statement2: Stage 3 is where people regularly take fitness classes.

A: Both TRUE
B: Both False
C: 1 TRUE 2 FALSE
D: 1 FLASE 2 TRUE
Q2. Which of the following best describes the range of roles available to become involved in sport. (1 mark)
A: Coach, volunteer, official, grounds person, treasurer
B: Player, fixtures secretary, manager, painter, official
C: Leader, coach, administrator, spectator, farmer
D: Volunteer, official , coach, leader, player
Roles in Sport
Official
Volunteeer
Sports Leader
Coach
Performer
"...an independent charity devoted to changing young peoples lives through sport."
They lead an initiative called 'TOP Programme' to encourage physical activity from age 18months to 16+years old.
Here's a video to show what how they assist at school competition level:
Organisations involved in sport
responsible for delivering government's sporting objectives.
Distributes lottery funding, assists local authorities with planning process, advices on providing facilities, where they are how to maintain them.

They lead an initiative called START STAY SUCCEED
Start: Improve health of nation
Stay: Improve network of clubs, facilities, coaches etc
Succeed: Support talented performers to be successful

Here's a case study of the impact they can have. Whilst the video is, use your whiteboard to note down HOW Sport England have helped...There's an exam question coming up...
http://www.sportengland.org/about_us/what_we_do.aspx
3 standards of facilities
Local Facilities
Centres of Excellence
National Sports Centres
All aim to be accessible to all
Q3. What is the name of the scheme initiated by the YST aiming at increasing lifelong enjoyment and participation in sport? (1 mark)
TOP Programme
Q4. How does Sport England help local authorities or sports clubs to develop? Name 3 things (3 marks)
Q5. Sport England have an initiative called Start, Stay, Succeed. (3 marks)
You have 1 minute to bullet point what you think it aims to do and may be selected to stand and deliver to the class. BE PREPARED!
When somebody is answering, listen carefully. Put your hand up if there is anything you can add.
Here's some ideas...
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