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Jessica Glew

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Transcript of GCSE PE - PESSCL & PESSYP Strategies

PESSCL What are they? The PESSCL strategy was first introduced in 2003 to do the following: Increase the percentage of school children who spend a minimum of 2 hours a week on high quality PE and school sport within and beyond the curriculum to 75% by 2006 and 85% by 2008 In other words.... Ensure that by 2010 you (and other 5-16 year olds) would be offered at least 4 hours of sport every week! 2 hours in lessons + 2 hours in clubs or trips & Physical Education School Sports & Club Links! There are 8 strands identified within the strategy to ensure it succeeds. 1 - Specialist Sports Colleges to be set up! (Like Claverham or William Parker) 2 - School Sports Partnerships - clusters of schools around sports colleges. There are currently 450 of these who employ School Sports Co-Ordinators - SSCO's. (Like Mrs Bennett) **Anyone know the current news regarding funding for this?** 3 - Professional Development - providing training for teachers and other adults. Much of the local training for adults is free. 4 - Step into Sport - to encourage sports leaders and volunteering using 17 different sports. Aim was to increase involvement of 14 - 19 year olds in sport from 9% to 18 % between 2004 - 2008. 60, 000 were trained as Junior or Community Sports Leaders (JSLA) and 1500 sports festivals were run. 5 - School/club links - these should be be between the PE department and the local community. 6 - Gifted and Talented (G&T) - to cater for the most talented sportspeople. 4 key areas where there was benchmarking of excellence, talent identification, provision and support for talented young athletes. 7 - Swimming - to raise the profile of the activity. £5.5 million was invested from 2006 - 2008 to get more pupils swimming in primary schools. Target was for all primary pupils to be able to swim 25 metres. 8 - PE & Sport Investigation - working with all of the schools and partnerships throughout the country. *****Has PESSCL had an impact on you in school? If so, these might be things that an examiner might ask about!***** PE and Sport Strategy for Young People It builds upon the principles of PESSCL and was launched in 2008. £755 million was to be invested over 3 years. One main difference is that it targetted 5 - 19 year olds where as PESSCL was aimed at 5 - 16 year olds. There are several strands to the PESSYP Strategy At the heart of PESSYP lies the '5 hour offer'........... still 2 hours of PE lesson time but then a further opportunity of 3 hours extra curricular sport a week. 1 - Club Links - this will involve working with National Governing Bodies to create high quality sports clubs 2 - Coaching - funds being made available to school sports coaching. Target is to recruit 10,000 adult volunteers to act as coaches by 2011! 4 - Disability - 450 Multi-Sport Disability Clubs formed to offer sporting opportunities for all young disabled pupils. 5 - Extending Activities - aimed at activities that extend beyond traditional sports. This includes street games, cheerleading, WII Sports, archery & skateboarding. ***Can you think of any more?*** 8 - Leadership and Volunteering - extension of Step into Sport - 'Step ON, Step IN, Step UP'. Aimed at increasing quantity, quality and diversity of youngsters volunteering to help and lead. ***Does anyone here volunteer?....Would you?*** 9 - Swimming - Increasing the opportunities to take part. 3 - Competitions - National School Sport Week including competitions and sports festivals between schools and in the community PESSYP 7 - Infastructure (the organisation which maes the strategy work) - Further Education Sport Co-Ordinators (FESCO) were introduced to help deliver the 2 hours of PE in the curriculum but also extra time outside of school hours. 6 - G&T - providing support for exeptional young athletes to progress and develop their skills. ***How do you think support could be provided and why?*** Consider how all of these concepts may have had an impact on you or people you know. It will have affected all of you, some maybe more than others. WHY do you think the strategies were put in place? What impact can they have? PESSCL & PESSYP You (hopefully) now know what they are!
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