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Copy of AQA GCSE PE - the PESSCL strategy

A revision presentation about the PESSCL strategy for GCSE physical education

on 6 October 2013

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Transcript of Copy of AQA GCSE PE - the PESSCL strategy

The PESSCL Strategy
what is it and how has it affected you?
PESSCL was introduced in 2003 with an aim to provide all children in school with 2 hours a week of high quality PE within the curriculum and 2 hours available to them as an extra-curricular activity
It contains 8 strands:
Specialist sports colleges
There are currently 402 of these
School sports partnerships
These are clusters of schools around specialist sports colleges, which employ School Sports Co-ordinators (SSCos)
Professional development
Providing training for teachers and local adults (much of this is free)
Step into sport
Working with the NGBs of 17 different sports to encourage involvement in sports leadership through the Junior and Community Sports Leadership Awards
School/Club links
These are links between PE departments and the local community
Gifted and talented
Benchmarking excellence, identifying talent, providing for and supporting the most talented young sportspeople to enable them to reach their full potential
The specific aim here was for every primary school child to be able to swim 25 metres, but there was also emphasis on water safety
PE and Sport Investigation
Working with all schools and partnerships nationally to improve sport provision
So how has it affected you?
Maybe you go to a sports college yourself?
Or you have completed a JSLA or CSLA?
Or you have taken part in a G&T programme with your school?
Or you had free swimming lessons with your primary school?
There are many other ways in which you could have been affected, too. Can you think of any more? Knowing these in advance could be very useful in your exam!
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