In this section it is possible to view our resource library, which is a collection of downloadable documents, presentations and films. All of which are designed to share our knowledge and understanding of how schools can use PE and school sport to improve the wellbeing, leadership skills and achievement of all children across the whole school.
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Improving literacy and numeracy though PE and sport
How to implement and establish a Leadership Academy
Sport for faith communities
Sport themed films
Using PE to raise attainment levels
This case study looks at a school that raised achievement by developing the self-esteem and confidence of pupils through engagement in a wider range of activities.
Using PE to improve attendance
This school devised a questionnaire for all pupils, but specifically targeted the poor attendees, asking them what physical activity they would like to see in school. The results showed that the majority wanted to take part, especially if it incorporated activities which they were interested in.
Effective practice in secondary PE (Key Stage 4)
To gain an understanding of the school’s impact on learning at Key Stage 4, we provided students with questionnaires that gauged their enjoyment of Physical Education.
Easing the Year 6 to Year 7 transition for young people
We wanted to ease transition from Year 6 to 7 by supporting children with below average literacy and numeracy, using sport themed activities and delivered through ICT.
Using PE and multimedia to develop young peoples' literacy
This case study looks at how to bring PE into the classroom and allow it to be seen by the children as a valuable learning tool.
Developing social skills and remodelling behaviour
The aim of the programme was, through the application of leadership skills, to build confidence and a sense of responsibility within students and to use these skills to diffuse volatile situations.
Developing links between maths and sport
We wanted to target C/D borderline students and support them to achieve a grade C in maths. Furthermore, we wanted to help students develop their confidence and provide extra support.