Raising Standards in PE2018-10-15T11:15:30+00:00

E-bulletin (Competition, Basic/Standard/Enhanced)

Keep up to date with monthly e-bulletins which include local, national updates, up and coming events/competitions/festivals and the latest completion results including SG Values awards.

PE Subject Lead Conference (Basic/Standard/Enhanced)

There is an opportunity to access support, training, hear about relevant information and network with like-minded colleagues.

A place for Headteacher and PE Lead.

PE Subject Lead Events (Basic/Standard/Enhanced)

There will be 2 PE Subject Lead Networking Meetings with the aim of delivering up to date information on PE, school sport, health and physical activity.

Central Venue Courses (Basic/Standard/Enhanced)

Our central venue professional development courses provide the opportunity to learn and exchange ideas on Physical Education, School Sport and Physical Activity alongside other PE professionals. Select from the list below:

KS1 Gymnastics
KS2 Gymnastics
KS1 & KS2 Dance
OAA
Competition Ready – Training for staff to learn rules, skills, drills and actives of sport prior to the start of the competition

Basic and Standard memberships are entitled to attend 1 course and Enhanced members can attend 3.

Twilight / Staff Meeting / Inset Enhanced

Whole school staff training on any aspect identified by the school relating to Physical Education. NB please note specialist areas may incur a fee

Gymnastics
Dance
Developing Physical Literacy Skills
Delivering Games in PE
Competition Ready
Outdoor & Adventurous Activities
Playground training for Lunchtime supervisors

Enhanced members can select 1.

Developing and Sharing Resources Enhanced

For Example: LSSP in Partnership with key local Primary Practitioners have developed a KS1 & KS2 assessment toolkit which allows teachers to embed a high quality PE curriculum which enables learners to make progress and improve their attainment.

Curriculum Mapping
PE Policies
Template Lesson Observations
Develop and Integrate Specialist PE Assessment Toolkit

Centralised Governors Workshop Enhanced

An evening session targeted at the Governor responsible for the quality and impact of PE on whole school improvement. This would also include information on the PE, Sport Premium and national agenda.

Curriculum Advice Enhanced

Ensure primary schools are aware of any new curriculum changes, new national strategies and any new school requirements.

My Personal Best (Basic/Standard/Enhanced)

My Personal Best aims to develop life skills, leadership and employability skills in young people. This award winning support package is designed to inspire deliverers of PE to confidently teach life skills through curriculum PE.

Alongside resources, practitioners will be encouraged to reflect upon, challenge and refresh the practice for maximum impact on the young people. Each teacher will take an action-research style approach to reposition the purpose and relevance of PE, and share effective practice to adopting this approach with other colleagues.

With a focus on PE and its importance in developing vital character traits in young people such as empathy, teamwork, resilience and leadership, My Personal Best allows for teaching and learning, assessment and whole school priorities to be enhanced.

“Leaders use the physical education (PE) and sports premium funding successfully to make a significant contribution towards the cost of specialist sports provision. The school is a member of Liverpool School Sports Partnership.

Specialist coaches and a Sports Apprentice work alongside school staff to develop teachers’ capacity to teach PE. They provide expert coaching to the pupils. They run after-school clubs and lead teams of pupils involved in competitive events,

which have involved over half of the pupils from the school. More than three quarters of pupils attend after-school sports clubs. The funding contributes to the costs of participating in a variety of competitions. 

The school has gained a nationally recognised award in celebration of its excellent sporting provision.”

Ofsted Inspector, Holy Trinity