Coronavirus, an update from Active Cornwall

PE & School Sport Conference

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Key Note:

Cluster Meetings:

Arena

Mid Cornwall

Peninsula

Penwith

Workshops:

1. Title: Reintroducing young people back into the school environment through PE

Delivered by: Chris Caws, The Youth Sport Trust - chris.caws@youthsporttrust.org 

Target Audience: Primary and Secondary colleagues

Summary: This workshop will cover the principles and ideas for both supporting the return of pupils to the school environment and supporting teachers in providing appropriate PE delivery to aid this. There will be a focus on how schools could support young people's physical wellbeing, mental wellbeing and physical development/ literacy post COVID-19 through practical solutions for delivering a purposeful and inclusive PE curriculum.

2. Title: The Power of a Well School

Delivered by: Chris Caws, The Youth Sport Trust - chris.caws@youthsporttrust.org

Target Audience: Primary and Secondary colleagues inc. Senior Leaders and Governors

Summary: This workshop explores how the power of a well school can improve the wellbeing of pupils and help them to reach their potential. It focuses on the physical, social and emotional wellbeing outcomes that can be derived from placing PE, sport and physical activity at the heart of the school and how Governors understand the role PE, school sport and physical activity can play in supporting health, wellbeing and whole school outcomes. There will also be a brief introduction to The Well Schools interactive platform.

3. Title: Active Travel supporting your school in the recovery from Covid 19

Delivered by: Nick Butler, Modeshift - nick@modeshiftstars.org Dave Davies, Sustrans - Dave.Davies@sustrans.org.uk

Target Audience: Primary and Secondary Colleagues

Summary: The delivery of effective travel plans to support your school with challenges due to Covid 19 and to support increasing activity levels of your pupils. All delegates will get an insight into the Modeshift STARS Education System and how this can support your school.

4. Title: Using PE to support your recovery curriculum

Delivered by: Gill Cameron, Create Development - gc@createdevelopment.co.uk Kate Chaplin- Cornwall lead - /kc@createdevelopment.do.uk Sarah Moon - senior tutor - sm@createdevelopment.do.uk

Target Audience: Primary Colleagues

Summary: This workshop will explore how a real PE approach can support you to achieve the following outcomes in your school:

  • supports the personal and social skills gap, reconnecting and rebuilding relationships
  • supports the mental health and wellbeing of children
  • helps you to understand how to adapt and deliver PE in today's world, both indoors and outdoors
  • aids your Recovery Curriculum: engaging, supporting and inspiring EVERY child and giving them the space to adjust

5. Title: The National Curriculum Outdoors - The heart of the recovery curriculum

Delivered by: Michelle Roberts, Arena School Sports Network - mroberts@callingtoncc.net

Target Audience: Primary Colleagues

Summary: With schools now implementing a recovery curriculum this now enables us to rethink our use of what could be considered to be a 'learning space'. Can the curriculum be effectively delivered outdoors? We think so! The National Curriculum Outdoors series of books/offer research based, objective-led schemes of work for each curriculum subject with tried and tested lessons, enabling children and teachers to experience the health and well-being benefits of learning in natural environments. In this workshop you will hear from one of the authors and will be given the opportunity to explore how the books work, and how to use them to teach an engaging curriculum in the outdoors.

6. Title: What do we know from the Sport England Teacher Training Programme as we recovery from Covid 19.

Delivered by: Jess Cowan, Cornwall Teaching School - jessc@truro-penwith.ac.uk & Neil Eddy, Applied Minds Teaching School - neddy@mountsbay.org

Target Audience: Secondary Colleagues

Summary: This workshop will focus in on the main lessons learnt from two teaching schools in Cornwall following delivery of the Sport England Teacher Training phase 1./ It focused on developing a whole school approach to Sport, Physical Education and Physical Activity, enabling pupils to have a positive relationship with Physical activity, Sport and PE and understand its importance within their lifelong physical and mental wellbeing./ It will also look at the overall national research from the project, and the opportunities within Cornwall for Phase 5 of the project.

7. Title: Making the most of the Primary PE and School Sport Premium Funding

Delivered by: Tim Marrion, Active Cornwall - Tim.Marrion@cornwall.gov.uk

Target Audience: Primary Colleagues

Summary: This workshop will support you with top tips in spending your premium including any underspend from last academic year ensuring it has an impact on attainment, participation and is sustainable.

8. Title: Developing Children's Physical Literacy Through Active Play

Delivered by: Josh Eales, Boing Kids - josh@boingkids.co.uk Danny Newcombe - dnewcombe@brookes.ac.uk

Target Audience: Primary and Secondary Colleagues

Summary: Boing is a world full of free Primary School PE resources, activities and training courses for teachers to help children and young people develop their physical literacy through inclusive and active play. This workshop will support practitioners to create playful, active and inclusive spaces for children to explore and develop in. Boing will introduce their approach including their own 'Playtank' and their 6 C's approach.

9. Title: Time 2 Move - PE, School Sport & Physical Activity Framework for Cornwall

Delivered by: Megan Hilley, Active Cornwall - megan.hilley@cornwall.gov.uk

Target Audience: Primary and Secondary Colleagues

Summary: This workshop will take a look at the new T2M framework for Cornwall and focus on what works in schools and colleges to increase physical activity taking a deep dive into the principles that will support you as a PE teacher in your school.

10. Title: Healthy Movers

Delivered by: Flo Holmes, YST Healthy Moves Tutor - floholmes@me.com

Target Audience: Early Years including Reception Colleagues

Summary: This workshop will give delegates an introduction to the YST Healthy Movers programme that aims to work with early year's settings to ensure focussed opportunities for physical activity are delivered as part of a daily routine with a balance of free and structured play indoor and especially outdoor environments. It will introduce the programme and establish further training opportunities by including advice on the importance of physical activity and practical ideas for indoors, outdoors and the home environment.

11. Title: Best practice within a Primary environment in delivering PE,SS&PA during the recovery and renewal stage of Covid 19.

Delivered by: Emma Moore - EMoore@poltair.cornwall.sch.uk

Target Audience: Primary Colleagues

Summary: An opportunity to listen to and interact with a selection of colleagues sharing some practice on how they are using PE, SS & PA in their schools to respond to Covid 19.

12. Title: Best practice within a Secondary environment in delivering PE,SS&PA during the recovery and renewal stage of Covid 19.

Delivered by: Julie Ponting - jponting@callingtoncc.net