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1 Glossary 12 A strategy for the delivery of high quality physical education and school sport in Hampshire Vision statement For all children and young people in Hampshire to experience world class excellent physical education (PE), school sport and physical activity that will lead to lifelong participation. This strategy will aim to: improve health and well being provide high quality opportunities and outcomes assist each individual to be the best they can be encourage community involvement and responsibility promote lifelong learning, active participation and competition raise achievement and support excellence. create a lasting legacy of the 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games PE and sport have an important role to play in raising standards and narrowing the achievement gap. Research has shown how placing PE and sport at the heart of a broad and balanced curriculum can improve attendance, behaviour and attainment. PE and sport build self-esteem, teamwork and leadership skills. PE and sport are also important because they can help build an inclusive society, raise levels of participation in sport after young people leave school and positively affect the health of the nation. Introduction This Hampshire strategy provides a framework for the consistent delivery of excellent PE and school sport in Hampshire and supports improvements in the delivery of teaching and learning that will promote participation, progress and performance. It supports national objectives which aim to ensure that all young people aged 0-19 years have the opportunity and access to a high quality PE and school sport programme. This strategy recognises the importance of the 2012 Games as a driver for participation and competition, volunteering, officiating and the development of excellence, thus fulfilling the 2012 legacy.

2 The strategy is a working document that aims to support colleagues in their day to day advocacy of physical education and the important part it has to play in the development of young people into the citizens of tomorrow. Finally, it assists individual schools and School Sports Partnerships (SSPs) in their own development and sustainability planning for the future. The needs of young people are at the centre of the strategy and the delivery of excellent PE is paramount to achieving the strategic aims. The following elements facilitate the delivery of the strategy: Teaching, learning, raising achievement and continuous professional development (CPD) Club links Coaching Inclusion Competition/School Games Extending activities Gifted and talented (G&T) Leadership and volunteering Swimming 2012 Legacy This strategy supports: Hampshire County Council Corporate Aims Hampshire s Children and Young People s Plan (CYPP) vision and aims Hampshire 2012 Legacy Strategy Hampshire Healthy Weights Strategy Hampshire Health and Well Being Strategy The Government s School Games strategy which aims to increase the number of young people involved in all levels of competitive sport including the embedding of an annual County Schools Sports Festival. Hampshire s Corporate Aims: Safer & More Secure for All Maximising Wellbeing Enhancing the Quality of Place

3 Hampshire s CYPP vision and priorities Hampshire s Children s Trust embraces a whatever it takes philosophy. We want all our children and young people to do well, and within the resources we have available to us, we will search for those strategies and activities that make sure they do. We are ambitious for our children and young people; we challenge expectations where they are too low and we support them all to succeed. The vision Making Hampshire an even better place for children and young people, where all of them, including those who are vulnerable or disadvantaged, have the best possible start in life and are supported by the whole community to succeed. We are committed to upholding and promoting the rights of children and young people, as set out in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) and affirmed by the Government. This includes adhering to the four guiding principles of the Convention: survival and development, nondiscrimination, participation and the right to be heard, and best interests. All those who work with, or for, children have a responsibility for respecting, protecting and fulfilling their rights. The priorities The CYPP identifies five priorities for all those working with children and young people in Hampshire. 1. Addressing the incidence and reducing the impact of poverty on the achievement and life chances of children and young people. 2. Securing children and young people s physical, spiritual, social, emotional and mental health, promoting healthy lifestyles and reducing inequalities. 3. Providing opportunities to learn, within and beyond the school day, that raise children and young people s aspirations, encourage excellence and enable them to enjoy and achieve beyond their expectations. 4. Helping children and young people to be safe and feel safe.

4 5. Promoting vocational, leisure and recreational activities that provide opportunities for children and young people to experience success and make a positive contribution. Background Overall, Hampshire s image is one of affluence, success and prosperity. The challenge is to make this image a reality for all. There are areas where socioeconomic deprivation is intense, with all the consequences of social exclusion made more extreme when set against a background of general advantage. There are also groups of vulnerable and under-achieving young people scattered across Hampshire. Hampshire is a county of higher than average educational performance. In 2010, average point scores for level 3 qualifications were per candidates (726.5 nationally) and per entry (211.1 nationally). At Key Stage 4, 58.9 (53.4% nationally all schools) achieved 5+ A*-C grades including English and mathematics and 74.7% (75.4% nationally all schools) achieved a level 2 qualification. National trends Commenting on national trends, Ofsted reported on PE noted that: The PESSCL/PESSYP strategy had a major impact on all aspects of provision for PE, particularly in primary schools. The strategy s various strands have widened participation in after-school and community clubs sports activities, improved leadership of the subject in primary schools, increased opportunities for professional development and encouraged collaboration. They recommended that the Department for Education should build on these improvements to harness the interest and momentum generated by the 2012 London Games by devising a new national strategy for PE & School Sport. The coalition government place great emphasis on the encouragement of competitive school sport at all ages and levels of ability. Hampshire is fortunate in having a strong tradition in encouraging competitive and representative school sport and therefore this new direction offers exciting opportunities to further develop and show case the achievements of young people in Hampshire. The challenge to us all is to maintain and develop the impact on PE and school sport that has been achieved and continue to focus on the provision of positive outcomes for young people.

5 Partnership working Effective partnership working at a local and county level is essential in ensuring the delivery of high quality PE and school sport in Hampshire. The partnership network in Hampshire, and its further development, is the key to the success of this strategy. Key partners: Schools Hampshire PE Curriculum Development Board The Hampshire PE and School Sport Partnership School Sports Partnerships / Clusters of schools County Sports Partnerships [SHIOW] Youth Sport Trust Sport England District and Borough Councils National governing bodies of sport Hampshire School Sports Federation Community Sports Clubs The Hampshire Physical Education and School Sport Infra-structure In the period following the comprehensive spending review of October 2010 there was significant change to the infra-structure which supports the provision of Physical Education and School Sport [PESS] in Hampshire. The structure which evolved is outlined below and shown diagrammatically overleaf and is not in any hierarchical order. School Sport Partnerships [SSP] have in recent years formed a vital part of the PESS infra-structure and we are fortunate in Hampshire to have retained all 10 of our partnerships albeit often with reduced capacity to support partner schools. All schools remain within their original SSP and whilst some SSP's have lost the overall management role provided previously by a 'Partnership Development manager' [PDM] all are now served by the new School Games Organisers [SGO]. Hampshire Schools Sports Associations have a long tradition of providing high quality PESS opportunities for the young people of Hampshire with some of the Associations, run largely on a voluntary basis, established over 100 years ago. These Associations remain strong and continue to offer numerous competitive

6 opportunities and representative pathways. The Outdoor Education, PE & Sport Service, provided by Hampshire Children s Services, has in various previous forms, worked with schools for many years and supports the delivery of off-site activity and educational visits, high-quality outdoor learning, physical education and sport, and the Duke of Edinburgh s Award in Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton. In collaboration with other organisations it continues to strive to ensure the highest quality provision possible. www3.hants.gov.uk/outdoor-education.htm The Hampshire PE & School Sport Partnership [HPESSP], formed in March 2011 in response to funding changes, from the Hampshire School Sports Partnership & Local Delivery Agency, brings together the many stakeholders involved in the provision of a high quality PESS system. www3.hants.gov.uk/hssp The HPESSP is guided by the Strategic Head teachers group who meet on a termly basis to discuss emerging issues and to give direction and guidance. Physical Education curriculum advice and guidance is provided by Primary and Secondary Curriculum Development Boards. www3.hants.gov.uk/pe_curriculum.htm. The HPESSP co-ordinated the development of the earlier Hampshire PESS Strategy, and will continue to work with partners to continue to develop the Strategy into the future. In response to the 'School Games' Initiative the HPESSP formed a sub group to organise the multi sport Olympic style festival - the Hampshire Games - known as the 'Local Organising Committee' www3.hants.gov.uk/schoolgames.htm Member organisations represented on the HPESSP include all of the above and: Inclusive Physical Education Group Hampshire Colleges [Post 16] Sports Association Sport Hampshire & IOW

7 Hampshire Physical Education and School Sports Partnership Strategic Heads Group/Hampshire County Council Hampshire PE Curriculum Development Board School Games Organisers HPESSP Subject Leaders PE Teacher Release Hampshire School Sport Federation School Sports Partnerships Sport Hampshire & Isle of Wight (IoW) Youth Sport Trust Sport England Inclusive PE Group District & Borough Councils National governing bodies of sport Hampshire Colleges Sports Association College sports Makers NB This chart is thematic and not hierarchical School Sports Partnerships in Hampshire 1

8 The School Games The Sainsbury's School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport. The Games are made up of four levels of activity: competition in schools, between schools, at county/area level and a national finals event: Level 1 - sporting competition for all students in school through intra-school competition Level 2 - individuals and teams are selected to represent their schools in local inter-school competitions Level 3 the county/area will stage multi-sport Sainsbury's School Games festivals as a culmination of year-round school sport competition Level 4 the Sainsbury's School Games finals: a national multi-sport event where the most talented young people in the UK will be selected to compete in our sporting venues (including the Olympic Park in 2012). The Games are designed to build on the magic of 2012 to enable every school and child to participate in competitive sport, including meaningful opportunities for disabled youngsters. Nationally and locally the Sainsbury's School Games is being delivered through partnerships. The national partnership is made up of: - the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), which has overall policy leadership, supported by the Department for Education (DfE) and the Department of Health (DOH); - Sport England, which is the Lottery distributor and are supporting the engagement of Sports Governing Bodies and County Sports Partnerships; - the Youth Sport Trust, the landscape lead organisation for school sport, which has been commissioned by Sport England to provide development support to schools, sports and other local partners. At a local level, the Sainsbury's School Games will be delivered by schools, clubs, county sports partnerships and other local partners. Local Organising Committees (LOCs) are being set up, chaired by Head Teachers, to oversee the county festivals. County sports partnerships have an important role to play in helping to stage the festivals. High Quality Physical Education and School Sport

9 Teaching and Learning Learners make good progress as a result of effective teaching Teachers demonstrate good subject knowledge A range of teaching styles engage learners and encourage independent work Behaviour is managed effectively Challenge stretches without inhibiting Work is tailored to the full range of learners need-all succeed Thorough and accurate assessment informs learners how to improve Learners are guided to assess work themselves Good diagnosis matches work to those with additional learning needs Support staff and resources are deployed effectively to enhance learning Curriculum and other activities Statutory requirements are met No group is ill-matched to what is provided Curriculum is responsive to local needs Health and Safety education is good Good provision for literacy, numeracy and ICT Learners have opportunity to take responsibility Curriculum provides for all learners to progress and develop well Progression routes are clear and well established Learners are well prepared for future economic well-being Good links to clubs in the community Enrichment opportunities are varied, good, enjoyed and have a high take up Care and Guidance High staff commitment and competence in promoting Health and Safety Robust/regularly reviewed arrangements for safeguarding pupils Risk assessments are carefully attended to Safety and support enables learners to reach challenging targets Learners are well informed about future options Learners at risk are identified, supported and engaged School (department) works well with parents and other agencies Most learners are confident and self-assured in physical education and this has a passive effect on the aspects of their lives Leadership and Management

10 Leadership successfully focuses on raising standards, promoting well-being and personal development Common sense of purpose is created among staff Good understanding of strengths and weaknesses through effective selfevaluation Self-evaluation takes into account most major stakeholders such as schools sports partnerships Good track record for making improvements Inclusion of all learners is central to vision for Physical Education School (department) runs smoothly on a day to day basis Resources are well used to improve learners outcomes Good value for money Child protection procedures are robust (e.g. vetting of coaches/adult Supporting Learning) Good links with parents and outside agencies Impact of leadership is evident in good progress made by learners School enjoys good reputation Good capacity to improve Glossary CSP CYPP QCA SSP SGOs YST County Sports Partnership Children and Young Peoples plan Quality and Curriculum Agency School Sport Partnership School Games Organiser Youth Sport Trust Design by www. toucandesignuk.com

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