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PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Conference 2020

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Bishop Grosseteste University

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Lincoln

LN1 3DY

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The PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Conference at Bishop Grosseteste University 27th March 2020

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On the 27th March 2020, The 9th Lincolnshire PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Conference will be hosted by Bishop Grosseteste University, organised by Active Lincolnshire in partnership with the One Network.

The conference is for anyone involved in School PE, School Sport and Physical Activity and brings together industry specialists to inspire, inform and celebrate the great work that is being done in the county.

The theme of the PESSPA conference will ask delegates to consider PE, School Sport and Physical Activity as the golden thread to wider educational outcomes. Delegates will hear keynotes from the Lincolnshire Learning Partnership and a Lincolnshire Ofsted Inspector alongside a range of workshops including What is high quality PE, Primary PE and School Premium: Sustainability and Impact, Re-framing competition and School Swimming.

Delegates will enjoy a buffet lunch and have plenty of opportunities to network during refreshment breaks and over lunch.

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What is high quality PE?

Delivered by Catherine Fitzpatrick PE Adviser and Primary PE Teacher

This workshop will allow teachers to identity the key components of a high-quality PE lesson.

The workshop will 'deep dive' into what should be expected to be seen in a high-quality lesson, whilst exploring sustainable solutions to raise the standard of PE across your school.

Primary PE and School Sport Premium: Sustainability and Impact

Delivered by the Youth Sport Trust

This workshop will consider the impact that the PE and Sport Premium has had to date and where the greatest contribution can be made. It will utilise the YST PE and Sport Premium Toolkit (available to all schools) to focus on key indicators 1 and 2, considering in particular how PE,SS,PA can contribute to key priorities from your whole school development plan.

Designing and delivering competitive school sport with the intention of achieving wider educational outcomes

Delivered by the Youth Sport Trust and School Games Organisers

This workshop will explore how competitive school sport can be designed and delivered to support all young people develop character, physical competence and wider personal and social outcomes.

There will be specific connection to the Education Inspection Framework, as well as sharing of insight gathered from research into global and domestic practice in relation to the use of competition to support children develop. This workshop will intentionally challenge perceptions of how winning and losing is defined and explore ways in which progress and success can be recognised and celebrated to motivate and engage more young people.

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School Swimming

Delivered by Susan Barlow, Programme Manager for School Swimming, Swim England and Matt Haslam, SGO

This workshop will look at the Department for Education updates with regards to School Swimming and the National Curriculum requirements for swimming and water safety. It will look at successful swim programmes being run in Lincolnshire and discuss how the PE and School Sport Premium can be used for swimming.

Primary PE and School Sport Premium: Sustainability and Impact

Delivered by the Youth Sport Trust

This workshop will consider the impact that the PE and Sport Premium has had to date and where the greatest contribution can be made. It will utilise the YST PE and Sport Premium Toolkit to focus on key indicators 1 and 2, considering in particular how PE,SS,PA can contribute to key priorities from your whole school development plan.

Designing and delivering competitive school sport with the intention of achieving wider educational outcomes

Delivered by the Youth Sport Trust and School Games Organisers

This workshop will explore how competitive school sport can be designed and delivered to support all young people develop character, physical competence and wider personal and social outcomes.

There will be specific connection to the Education Inspection Framework, as well as sharing of insight gathered from research into global and domestic practice in relation to the use of competition to support children develop. This workshop will intentionally challenge perceptions of how winning and losing is defined and explore ways in which progress and success can be recognised and celebrated to motivate and engage more young people.

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Workshop 3

Area Specific sessions with School Games Organisers

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Workshop 4

In relation to Physical Activity: The Ofsted Framework, the inspection process and what Ofsted are looking for.

Delivered by Matt Spoors, Lincolnshire County Council

This workshop will cover the key elements of the new Ofsted Framework and how PE and sport will be evaluated. It will also cover aspects of inspection methodology including deep dives and ideas to support colleagues through the process.

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