GCSE PE Unit 7 (School and PE)

Mindmap on AQA GCSE PE unit 7 (school and PE). Includes the national curriculum, PESSCL, PESSYP, national healthy schools programme & extra-curricular provision.

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  • GCSE PE Unit 7 (School and PE)
    • The National Curriculum
      • Why is PE offered in schools?
        • To provide a balance of subjects- PE is a practical subject
        • To reflect the importance of sport in society
        • To prepare young people for sport when they leave school
        • To improve health & fitness levels
        • To provide approved qualifications (GCSE, BTEC)
      • How can PE be offered in Schools?
        • Extra-Curricular provision
        • Links with local sport clubs
        • Timetabled PE lessons
        • Clubs/team practice sessions
        • Sports performance awards
      • What does it consist of?
        • Group 1: Outwitting opponents (game  activities)
        • Group 2: Accurate replication of actions (gymnastics)
        • Group 3: exploring and communicating ideas (dance)
        • Group 4: Performing at maximum levels (athletic activities)
        • Group 5: Identifying and Solving problems to overcome challenges (live saving, personal survival)
        • Group 6: Exercising safely and effectively to improve health and well being (fitness)
    • PESSCL
      • Immediate Aims; (All children ages 5-16, per week)
        • Additional 2 hours beyond the School day
        • At least 2 hours of high qualily PE offered in School within the cirriculum
      • Has 8 strands to ensure that it succeeds;
        • Step into Sport (encourage involvement in sports leadership and volunteering)
        • Gifted & Talented (to cater for most able sportspeople)
        • Swimming (raise profile of the sport)
        • School/Club links with community
        • Specialist Sport Colleges to be set up
        • Professional Development (training for teachers)
        • School Sport Partnerships (SSCo's)
        • PE and Sport Investigation
    • PESSYP
      • PESSYP builds on the success of PESSCL
        • PESSCL
          • Immediate Aims; (All children ages 5-16, per week)
            • Additional 2 hours beyond the School day
            • At least 2 hours of high qualily PE offered in School within the cirriculum
          • Has 8 strands to ensure that it succeeds;
            • Step into Sport (encourage involvement in sports leadership and volunteering)
            • Gifted & Talented (to cater for most able sportspeople)
            • Swimming (raise profile of the sport)
            • School/Club links with community
            • Specialist Sport Colleges to be set up
            • Professional Development (training for teachers)
            • School Sport Partnerships (SSCo's)
            • PE and Sport Investigation
      • 9 work strands to the PESSYP;
        • Competition- Creation of National Sports Week
          • NSW- festivals of sport, intra/inter school competitions, local activities
        • Coaching- Funds made available to recruit more sport coaches
        • Disability- Establishment of 450 multi-sport disability clubs offering sport to all young disabled people
        • Swimming- Increase oppertunities to get involved
          • Extending Activities- Activities beyond traditional sports (e.g. cheerleading, archery)
          • Club Links- Working with NGB's to create high-quality sports clubs
            • NGB- National Governing Body
          • Infrastructure  (the organisation that makes the strategy work) - SSP & FESCo's
            • School Sport Partnerships
            • Further Education School Co-ordinators
          • Gifted & Talented- support for exceptional young athletes to progress
            • Leadership & Volunteering- Builds on Step into Sport- but to increase quality, quantity and diversity of young people engaged
            • 5 hours of PE per week- 2 in school 3 outside
          • National Healthy Schools Programme
            • Programme is based on a whole school approach
              • Working with; children, parents, staff & community
            • It has 4 core themes:
              • Personal, social and health education
                • Incorporates sex & relationship and drug education
                • Provides children with knowledge, skills and attributes so they make informed decisions
                • Allows children to be; Healthy, Safe, Enjoyment, Achievement & for them to make a positive contribution
                  • Economic Wellbeing- having sufficient income for basic necessities
              • Healthy Eating
                • Gives children confidence, skills, knowledge and understanding so they can make healthy food choices
                • Healthy food available across school day
                • National Healthy Schools Programme and the School Food trust help in this area
              • Physical Activity
                • Children provided with a range of activities so to become active
                • Children understand how physical activity can help them become more healthy
              • Emotional Health & Wellbeing
                • Supports vulnerable individuals
                • Establishes clear bullying policy
                • Establishes reward and behaviour policies
                • Sets up confidential pastoral care for all pupils
          • Extra-Curricular Provisions (Activity Range can be influenced by..)
            • Attitudes of Staff- Some staff from outside could run PE clubs if they were willing (e.g. martial arts)
            • Facilities- Schools are either restricted or fortunate in the facilities they have available
            • Outside Visits- Schools can organise trips to outside sports facilities if they have a lack of their own facilities
              • Facilities- Schools are either restricted or fortunate in the facilities they have available
            • Club Links- excellent opportunities to develop links with school/club links

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