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PE and the Care of Children Lesson 4: Curriculum Stakeholders

An Introduction to PE Curriculum Stakeholders for BTEC Level 3 learners

Mike Tyler

on 17 March 2016

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Transcript of PE and the Care of Children Lesson 4: Curriculum Stakeholders

You are currently completing a placement in a local combined primary and secondary school.

You have been asked to carry out research and create a resource in the form of a poster for other teachers to use.

Within your poster you should include information on the PE curriculum across all four key stages, explaining how the curriculum could be implemented throughout the school and the effect that stakeholders will have on the curriculum. 
As part of the Physical Education and Sports Strategy for Young People  (launched 2008) The target for 2012 was:

"to build on the two hour core offer extending it to having opportunities to participate in a further three hours each week of sporting activity"

Known as the ‘Five Hour Sport offer”

Also, to create opportunities for all 16 - 19 years olds to participate in three hours each week of sporting activities through their colleges or in local clubs
National Strategy for PE, School Sport and Club Links (PESSCL)

Launched in 2003

Increasing the number of sporting opportunities for 5 to 16 year olds so that 85% of children by 2008 experience a minimum of two hours high-quality PE and schools sport within and beyond the curriculum each week
Government Initiatives
130 recognised bodies in UK.

Aim to increase participation in their sports.

Set the strategy and direction for development in their sports

Design and deliver coaching programmes to teachers and students

Funded by SportEngland
National Occupational Standards (NOS) describe what an individual needs to do, know and understand in order to carry out a particular job role or function

NOS are
because they can be used in every part of the UK where the functions are carried out.

NOS are
because they describe the performance required of an individual when carrying out functions in the workplace, i.e. in their occupation (as a plumber, police officer, production engineer etc).

NOS are
because they are statements of effective performance which have been agreed by a representative sample of employers and other key stakeholders and approved by the UK NOS Panel.
National Occupational Standards (NOS)

Help to design curriculum (especially in vocational sector)

QCF (Qualifications and Credit Framework) relies heavily on SkillsActive input to determine the different requirements and levels for numerous qualifications.

They help to ensure that one level 3 qualification is at the same level as another level 3 qualification (e.g. BTEC Diploma in Sport)

Help to develop NOS for the area of Sport and Active Leisure
UKCES is split into 22 SSCs which aim to provide skills in different areas of business.

These 22 SSCs cover over 90% of the economy.

Skills Active is the SSC in charge of ‘Active Leisure, Learning and Well-Being’
Sector Skills Councils
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills

Work with partners to encourage investment in the skills of people in the UK.

More skills will drive enterprise, jobs and growth in the UK economy.
“There is an urgent need to raise UK skills levels to help drive productivity, growth and job creation.”

Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills
UK Government
PE and the Care of Children and Young People
since the 2010 election...
How was this delivered?
400 sports colleges to lose specialist status
£162m cut from sport funding
No more PESSYP
Removal of School Sports Partnerships
Schools able to devise own sport policies
Re-emphasis on
Introduction of the 'School Games'
Introduction of 'College Sport Makers'
Describe the structure of the physical education curriculum (P1)

Describe the impact of stakeholder views on the development of the physical education curriculum (P2)

Describe the ways in which the curriculum is implemented (P3)

Explain the different ways that learning providers meet National Curriculum requirements (M1)
To know about the key stakeholders in the national curriculum for PE

To understand the most recent changes in the PE provision for England

To begin thinking about your Task 1 Poster
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