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Unit 24: PE and the Care of Children & Young People
Assignment 1

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"The stakeholders in education are those who are involved in the welfare and success of a school and its students."
Ref 1.
This includes:

- Administrators - School Board Members
- Teachers - Community Members
- Staff - City Councilors
- Students - State Representatives
- Parents - School Sports Co-odinators
- National Operating Standards - National Governing Bodies

Ref 1. http://www.edtechreview.in/trends-insights/insights/894-how-to-involve-various-educational-stakeholders-in-education-improvement
All learning providers meet the needs of the national curriculum by using the PESSCL (PE, School Sport and club links) and PESSYP (PE, School Sport and young people) strategies, Governing Bodies and Other Organisations.

These allow learning providers to deliver
the minimum 2 hours of sport per week
and to a high standard.

How Learning Providers Meet National Curriculum Needs
Stakeholders and the Curriculum
In these years:

- KS 1, (ages 5-7, years 1-3)


- KS 2, (ages 7-11, years 4-6) are used.



Primary School PE and Sport
How the National Curriculum is Implemented
PE Curriculum Structure
The PE Curriculum extends from Birth to Key Stage 4.
The stages are:

Early Years Foundation Stage
This is for children from ages 3 - 5, from nursery level to the end of reception year.
In EYFS, there is no structured 'P.E. Lessons', this is because it is important for the children to learn and develop physical and social skills with others. In

EYFS, the children have 'monitored play', this is where a nursery nurse will observe the child during play to ensure they are learning in the following areas:

- communication and language
- physical development
- personal, social and emotional development

Children in EYFS, do not have a specific set
amount of hours in which they must do physical exercise, this is because the children are always playing and being physically active; Therefore they do not need to spend time doing P.E. lessons.

Key Stage 3 and 4
In these years:


- KS 3, (ages 11-14, years 7-9)



- KS 4, (ages 14-16, years 10-11) are used.



Key Stage 4 Cont.
Even though there is a set curriculum for KS4, some students choose to do P.E as a GCSE option; therefore they are able to choose what they would like to do for their 4 sporting activities.


This gives them freedom to choose what sporting activities they are interested in without having to follow the curriculum directly; e.g. their 4 activities could be:
- swimming
- football
- netball
- cricket
Stakeholders in Education
The main stakeholders in education are the
Government
and the
QCDA
(Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency)

They have an extensive team of experts to advise them in educational matters, such as the design of the national curriculum.

They can represent things such as businesses, industry, universities and commerce.
Why?
Why do the stakeholders show an interest in education?

This is because they want to ensure that state education and national curriculum provide children of all ages with the opportunities to develop life skills and abilities required in today's life.
Stages
-
Foundation Stage

This is from nursery til the end of reception, Ages 3 - 5

-
Key Stage 1

This is from year 1 - 2, Ages 5 - 7

- Key Stage 2

This is from year 3 - 6, Ages 7 - 11

-
Key Stage 3

This is from year 7 - 9, Ages 11 - 14

-
Key Stage 4

This is from year 10 - 11, Ages 14 - 16
This is learned through
- Playing and Exploring

- Active Learning

- Creating and thinking critically
Key Stage 1
In KS1 the children learn:

- Acquiring and developing basic skills, actions and ideas and remembering and repeating simple skills and actions

- Selecting and applying skills, simple tactics in sequence and apply rules for different activities

- Evaluating and improving their performance by describing, observing and copying what they/others have done and using this to improve their work

- Knowledge and understanding of fitness
and health

Activities in KS1
In Key Stage 1, the following activities are done in P.E. Lessons:

- Dance Activities (movement, direction and patterns)

- Games Activities (equipment, tactics, competitive)

- Gymnastic Activities (traveling, space, sequences)

- Swimming Activities and Water Safety
(moving, floating, buoyancy, basic strokes)
Key Stage 2
In Key Stage 2, the children learn:

- To improve on their existing skills and gain new ones and perform actions with consistent control and quality.

- Plan, use and adapt strategies, tactics and ideas for small groups and develop and use their own knowledge to improve tactics and idea strategies

- Identify what makes a performance effective + suggest improvements

- How exercise affects the body in short term, how to
warm up, why P.E. is good for health and why
wearing appropriate clothing is good for H&S
Activities in KS2
In Key Stage 2, the following activities are done in
P.E. Lessons:

- Dance Activities (creating, performing, cultures, stimuli)

- Games Activities (create, competitive, attacking/defending)

- Gymnastic Activities (sequences, floor, apparatus, direction)

- Swimming Activities and Water Safety
(pacing, speed, distance, survival, arm/leg actions)

- Athletic Activities (designing, power, skills)

- Outdoor (following, orienteering,
problem solving, group work)
Key Stage 3
In Key Stage 3, the children learn:


- Outwitting opponents in game activities

- Replication of action, phrases and sequences

- Exploring and Communicating ideas, concepts and emotions

- Performing at max levels of speed, height, distance, strength and accuracy

- Identifying and solving problems in an adventurous nature

- Exercising safely and effectively in order to improve health and well-being
Activities in KS3
In KS3, the following activities are done in P.E. Lessons:

- Invasion games (netball, football, rugby, polo, hockey)

- Net/Wall games (volleyball, tennis, squash)

- Striking/Fielding games (rounders, softball, cricket)

- Combat Activities (fencing, judo, karate)

Key Stage 4
In Key Stage 4, The children learn:

- Accurate Replication where success is judges on the ability to repeat actions, phrases and sequences

- Exploring and communicating ideas including activities where success is in relation to how the performer expresses their ideas/feelings/concepts to communicate intentions of any kind to an audience

- Peforming at maximum levels where success is measured by personal best scores or times and in competitons with other's PB's/Times

- Identifying and Solving problems including activities where success is judged on how effectivley and safely challenes are done

- Exercising safely and effectivley where activities provide improved feelings of mental health, physical health, fitness and general well-being.
Activities in KS4
In KS3, the following activities are done in P.E. Lessons:

- Invasion games (netball, football, rugby, polo, hockey)

- Net/Wall games (volleyball, tennis, squash)

- Striking/Fielding games (rounders, softball, cricket)

- Combat Activities (fencing, judo, karate)

EYFS
AGES

3 - 5 years
HOURS PER WEEK

N/A included in 'play time'
GOVERNING BODY

Sport England
KS 1
AGES

5 - 9 years
HOURS PER WEEK

2 HOURS
GOVERNING BODY

British Gymnastics
KS 2
AGES

9 - 11 years
HOURS PER WEEK

2 HOURS
GOVERNING BODY

England Netball
KS 3
AGES

11 - 14 years
HOURS PER WEEK

2 HOURS
GOVERNING BODY

Rounders England
KS 4
AGES

14 - 16
HOURS PER WEEK

2 HOURS
GOVERNING BODY

Rugby Football Union
Differences in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
Scotland
Every school pupil in Scotland has at least two hours per week of physical education in primary school, and two periods in S1 to S4.

Delivery of the Scottish Government’s commitment on 2 hours of PE in primary schools, and 2 periods in S1 to S4 is measured annually through the Healthy Living Survey.
Wales
Foundation Stage:

"Physical development, enthusiasm and energy for movement should continually be promoted. Enthusiasm and energy for movement is continually promoted through helping children to use their bodies effectively. Spatial awareness, balance, control and coordination is encouraged to develop motor and manipulative skills." - http://pessgogleddcymru.org/national-curriculum.html

KS 1 -4:

This is relativity the same curriculum with P.E. being a compulsory subject

See Pages 10 - 11 for reference:
http://learning.wales.gov.uk/docs/learningwales/publications/130425-physical-education-inthe-national-curriculum-en.pdf





Northern Ireland
Foundation and Key Stage 1 - Athletics, Dance, Games, and Gymnastics

Key Stage 2 - Athletics, Dance, Games, Gymnastics and Swimming

Key Stage 3 - Athletics, Games, Gymnastics and Swimming

Key Stage 4 - Pupils must have the opportunity to plan and participate in a regular, frequent and balanced programme of PE that, among other things, contributes to, and helps to sustain, a healthy and active lifestyle.

http://www.deni.gov.uk/index/curriculum-and-learningt-new/curriculum-and-assessment-2/80-statutory-curriculum/physical-education-2.htm
PESSCL
This is an aim set by the government for all 5 - 16 year olds in
education to have 2 hours of high-quality PE and school sport during the week.

There are 9 interlinked work strands than enable this to happen:
- Sports Colleges - Gifted and Talented
- School Sport Partnerships - Sporting Playgrounds
- Professional Development - Swimming
- Step into Sport - Club Links
- The QCA's Pe and School Sport Investigation

Their aims are to:
- extend the 2 hours a week to having opportunities to have 3 hours per week
- create opportunities for 16 to 19 year olds for 3 hours of sporting activities a week in colleges/local clubs

Their funding is used to:
- Enable Support for the network of sports colleges/schoolsport partnerships.
- Train/Develop PE Teachers - Upgrade Facilities
- Identify and Support Gifted and Talented Athletes
- Ensure Children can swim safely by KS2
and much more.
http://www.teachingtimes.com/articles/school-sport.htm
PESSYP
This is an aim set by the government for increasing young people's participation in high quality PE and Sport.

Their target is to ensure all young people have a minimum of 2 hours of high quality PE each week by 2010. Gordon Bown gave £100 million funding to devlop and sustain the participation in PE and Sport.

Their new ambition is “All children and young people aged between 5–16 years should have the opportunity to participate in five hours of sport per week by 2011 (including two hours of high quality PE and sport at school)”

It will benefit the pupils:
- Pupils who take part in regular, planned sport will become more skillful
- Active pupils will concentrate better and become more alert
- Frequent PE can impact a pupils' behaviour, weight, health, social and emotional wellbeing

Possible Outcomes if you were to watch a session; Children Would:
- Have Commitment - Have Understanding - Have Confidence
- Make Decisions - Want to Improve - Enjoy PE/School

http://www.lodeheathssp.co.uk/content/about-us/988/pessyp

NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES
NGB's have produced sport packages which include information about their individual sports, such as Archery GB - Arrows Programme and England Athletics - Athletics in Schools Programme.

E.g. England Athletics
They provide teachers with a specific and easy to apply training course referred to 'Elevating Athletics'

They have a 5 point offer which includes:
- Providing easy to use teacher and coach education courses and support
- Providing easy to use and resources and playing equipment
- Provide a range of exciting intra and interschools competitions
- Provide a network of community club oppotunities for YP
- Provide advice and guidance from Englands Athletics
staff to support work in schools.

They also supply resources.
YOUTH SPORT TRUST
They help all young people to achieve their full potential by providing a range of sport to those in education.

They have a range of programmes and initiatives, sport and education resources, events and development programmes and the school membership scheme to help young people achive the best possible outcomes.

Their membership scheme allows:
- free/discounted places at conferences, networking events and professional development programmes
- innovative resources
- suppoirt and expertise at your school from the YST
- Access to the YST Self Review Tools
- Discounts and Offers from YST partners
These are for Primary and Secondary Schools
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