Influence Of School

Why is PE offered?
•Improves health and fitness. •To provide a balance between practical and theory lessons. •Prepares people for when they leave school. •Provides qualifications e.g. GCSE, A-Level. •Reflect the importance of sport on society.
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PE is made available by:
• Timetabled lessons • Extra-curricular activities • Clubs and teams practice sessions • Sports performance awards • Links with local clubs and outside visits
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What does PESSCL stand for?
PE, School Sport and Club Links strategy
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What was PESSCL's aim?
(Made In 2003) Its immediate aim was to get 75% of 5-16 year olds on 4 hours of sport a week by 2006, and 85% by 2008.
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What does PESSYP stand for?
Physical Education and Sport Strategy for Young People
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What was PESSYP's aim?
(2008) improve the quality & quantity of Pe and sport taken part in by 5- to 19 years old: 2 hours timetabled + 3 hours extra curricular.
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What is Specialist Sport College?
A school that receives extra funding to make a specialist provision of sport.
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What does NHSP stand for?
National Healthy Schools Program
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4 things involved in NHSP:
Personal, Social and Health Education, Healthy Eating, Physical Activity, Emotional Health and Wellbeing
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What are 5 extra curricular provisions?
Activity Range, Attitudes of Staff, Facilities,Outside Visits, Club Links
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• Timetabled lessons • Extra-curricular activities • Clubs and teams practice sessions • Sports performance awards • Links with local clubs and outside visits

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PE is made available by:

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PE, School Sport and Club Links strategy

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(Made In 2003) Its immediate aim was to get 75% of 5-16 year olds on 4 hours of sport a week by 2006, and 85% by 2008.

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Physical Education and Sport Strategy for Young People

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