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1.3: Unit 24 Physical Education and the Care of Children & Young People - Stakeholders
Transcript of 1.3: Unit 24 Physical Education and the Care of Children & Young People - Stakeholders
On your own write down your definition of the term
Stakeholders in education
The government and the QCDA
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What do all of these areas have in common?
Why do these stakeholders show an interest in education ?
Unit 24: Physical Education and the care of children & Young People
Structure of PE
Disability in sport
How would you coach a participant who suffers from a disability?
Who is she?
Won 2 golds at LDN 2012 in 100 & 200m sprints
She is currently studying a L2 Sport course
Be able to define the stakeholders in physical education
Strengthen understanding of the importance of stakeholders in education
Using the flip chart paper come and write down one thing you can remember about our previous lesson
Preschool-end of reception year
Key Stage 1
Key Stage 2
Key Stage 3
Key Stage 4
A person with an
in something, especially a business.
Now can you place your term in an educational context
In Education Context
group of people/organisations
that are linked
Make use of a large network of experts to advise them in educational matters
These experts also assist in the design of the national curriculum
stakeholders might represent
All areas where young people may progress when they leave compulsory education
Keen to ensure that state education and the national curriculum provide all young people with the opportunities to develop the abilities and skills needed in modern life.
Sector Skills Councils
State sponsored- employer led organisations that cover specifc sectors.
To reduce skills gaps and shortages
To improve productivity
To produce the skills of their sector workforce
To improve learning supply
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Take a chance