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Inclusion 2020 Case Studies - Produced by Free Thought Research LTD

Case Studies covering the Period 1st of May 2020 - 31st of March 2021. An extension of Inclusion 2020 that has run since 21st December 2018

Inclusion 2020 a report

Inclusion 2020 is the umbrella term for the Youth Sport Trust delivery of an initiative that sits within the Department for Education SEND Inclusion in PE, School Sport and Physical Activity grant

KS2 Swimming

A new requirement for reporting on Primary PE and Sport Premium includes schools publishing how many pupils by the end of Key Stage 2 are meeting the national curriculum requirements for swimming. This has raised many questions about swimming, some of which will be answered below, but it also provides the opportunity to reflect on the quality and effectiveness of your schools swimming programme and it allows us to share with you one approach to school swimming that a school in Harrow have taken. Firstly, to the reporting requirements around school swimming on the Primary PE and Sport Premium; schools are to report how many pupils in Year 6 can; • Swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres • Use a range of strokes effectively • Perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations. To reassure you, this is not a figure that you will judged against, it will provide DfE with an idea of the swimming attainment in our schools. This is not a case of re-teaching and re-assessing your current Year 6 it is merely reporting their swimming attainment whenever their last assessment was. You can also put on your evidence form when the pupils were assessed. If you intend doing more swimming term with your Year 6s in the summer then this again is worth highlighting on your evidence form. For example: • 84% of pupils can swim at least 25 metres • 75% of pupils can swim more competently, confidently and proficiently in a range of strokes • 68% of pupils can perform a self-rescue, assessed 2015.

MY Personal Best Webinar

This webinar brings to life the My Personal Best resource and demonstrates how schools can implement My PB withing their PE and wider school curriculum

PE Premium Key Indicator 1 - The Grove Primary School

Case Study looking at the impact of the PE Premium specifically Key Indicators 1 & 3

PE Premium Key Indicator 3 - Manor Fields Primary School

Case Study looking at the impact of the PE Premium specifically Key Indicator 3

PE and the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework

With a focus on the primary phase, this session explores the role of PE,SS,PA in impacting the 4 areas of the EIF, as an offer in its own right and how it can connect with school’s SIP/SEPs. We’ll share examples from schools positioning PE within their whole school priorities and insights from recent Ofsted PE deep dives with Anna Brothwell Subject Leader PE at Carr Lane Primary

Pleckgate High School - Case Study

YST visited Pleckgate High School had achieved the silver Quality Mark through their membership.

Power of Enrichment - resources

Is your enrichment provision engaging all young people or is it just for the few? This resource will provide examples of how you can enable, enhance and enrich your provision to engage more young people.

Practitioner Development Programme -Building on Active 30:30 for positive physical health

Practitioner Development Programme -Building on Active 30:30 for positive physical health. A webinar with Neil McAvoy Deputy Head at Clavering Primary School, which talks about: How do we equip educators to create change in the school day? How do we connect with the home to maintain positive behaviours? Why is this important to children’s recovery and future health?

Practitioner Development Programme -Mental Health in sport is more than just moving

Practitioner Development Programme -This session looks at the evidence and practice linking movement and the brain, and how schools can take steps to ensure positive mental health support is an integral part of their health and wellbeing offer. Whilst being active is good for mood, anxiety and relieving stress; there are other ways in which schools can take care of children’s physical and mental health that add real value to your PESSPA offer. Hear from Chris Wright, Head of Health & Wellbeing at Youth Sport Trust, and Tracey Ward PE Practioner and strategic lead for health and wellbeing at Stanley Grove Academy in Manchester sharing insight, practice and top tips.

Practitioner Development Programme: Exploring the Leadership Framework in Practice

Leadership Framework: An opportunity to delve further into the purpose and application of the YST Leadership Framework. Through this session we will outline what led to the Frameworks development, explore how it can be used, brought to live by lived practitioner examples. This session will be delivered by YST Development Manager, Steph Matthews and Michelle Tipper, Director of Sport, Health and Wellbeing and Brooklands Middle School