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Accessing school facilities | StreetGames National Conference 2013 Accessing school facilities | StreetGames National Conference 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • Accessing School FacilitiesRus Smith
  • Who am I• StreetGames Project – Salter Sports• At George Salter Academy based in• West Bromwich Central since 2007• Sport England use my services to assist inmaking secondary school sites moreaccessible as a part of Sport England Strategy
  • Successes• At my site -• Since 2007 – £1.5 Million in facilities andrevenue Sports programmes and projects.• 100,000 through put of attendances on aeducational site for StreetGames programmes.All Free and out of hours.
  • Barriers• Policy’s• Governance• Cost – whos opening / locking etc• Who’s going to clean up / left as found• Security• Sustainability• Linking to school “Outcomes”
  • So where to start• Who do you contact?
  • The Types of Schools• State / LEA Funded• AcademiesOrmiston / E-ACT etc• PFI schemes (Newbuild)
  • Talking Ofsted• How or where does StreetGames fit –• SMSC – apart of Ofsted Framework
  • SMSC• Spiritual -• How from Ofsted Framework StreetGames candeliver an Outstanding feature to a school –“ The development of an ethos where allRespect and grow together”Volunteers, Leadership, Learning new skills
  • SMSC• Moral• - Extra Curricular moral themes in Frameworkare – StreetGames fits all these -• Community Issues• Responsibility• Volunteering• Developing Relationships“Outstanding practice”
  • SMSC• Social –• On The Ofsted frame work for a School toevidence to gain Outstanding Practice –• Working with each other• Community Experiences• Volunteering and Peer mentoring• Living & Working together“Students will participate in activities relevant tothe community”
  • SMSC• Cultural –• Understand own culture• The use of Icons and images that associate withstudents. National Local / Role Models• Outstanding statement –“Communities embracing each other with acommon interest”• StreetGames can do all of this.
  • Pupil Premium• New experiences for students from these groups –• LACE• FSM eligible• EAL• This is £900 for the enrichment of the students.Example practice has been – Netball Club membership,Archery sessions, NGB qualification all easily evidencedby StreetGames.
  • Check the Policy• Most if have the Schools students will give you• A- A Discount• B – Free usage• C- if no policy assist them to make one.
  • Leadership / New Activities• PE Departments have Outcomes to meet for GCSE, BTEC and A- Level PE• Students can choose – Leadership , Officiating as an option as well asparticipation.• StreetGames can offer this and evidence as a part of the Coursework.• Same again with Participation in non traditional Sports – Parkour / Fencing/ Golf etc – Video of activity to send to exam board• Great link to the facilities to offer these new activities.
  • Overview• Talk Teacher / Educational talkMeet Outcomes for them-• SMSC , Pupil Premium, Ethos, Students of theschool, Excellence programmes etc• Make the right contact. The PE Department isalways the best way or the right one.
  • Further Help• Rus Smith• George Salter• Russel.smith@georgesalter.com