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  • 1. TELEPY SPORTS SCHOOL
  • 2. PLAY FOR SPORT, PLAY FOR LIFE - 1. ‘sport should be accessible for everyone’Our role in talent support is twofold:1. We create opportunitiesfor gifted and talentedstudents in PE and sportto develop their potential,achieve in their learning inboth school and sportexperiences and developlife skills.
  • 3. PLAY FOR SPORT, PLAY FOR LIFE – 2.‘sport should be accessible for everyone’ 2. We encourage anybody to take part in any of our sport programmes, since sport provides a platform for people to develop themselves. It is an excellent opportunity to challenge existing practice and to show what people are able to do and achieve.
  • 4. SNAPSHOTS IN THE TELEPY SCHOOL
  • 5. SPORTS EDUCATIONIt encourages students toexperience many rolesfor responsibility.Students are identifiedas part of a team andencouraged to developteam work, delegation,support and mentoring.
  • 6. GIFTED IN PEThe Gifted in PE programaims to support thedevelopment of ourlearners through the 5abilities – Physical,Cognitive, Social, Personaland Creative.
  • 7. TALENT DEVELOPMENT IDENTIFICATION AND TEACHING AND ABILITIES OUTCOMES SELECTION SUPPORT Pupils are Elite sportCOGNITIVE recognized as performance Pupils unique talented when LifelongCREATIVE needs are met they demonstrate physical through a high level ability activityPERSONAL differentiated, within the full flexible and Rewarding PEPHYSICAL range of PE progressive experience contents, or haveSOCIAL approach. the potential to do Sport so. leadership OTHER FACTORS Early maturation and the impact this can have on identifying talent at anAGE early age.BODY TYPE, Different body shapes and sizes may be suited to certain activities orMATURATION individual playing positions within team sports.
  • 8. Talent Identification Portfolio Personal Details Name Age Form: 1.A or 9.E Gender Background information Current Attainment level Extra Curricular Activities Representational Achievements Informal Assessment/Observation Current Attainment level Extra Curricular Activities Representational Achievements Informal Assessment/Observation (standardised; NC assessment; dynamic assessment;revealing opportunities; standardised tests, etc.)
  • 9. ZSOLT KACZUR, AGED 15 May, 2010 – Lithuania, Weight-lifting Championship, 6th place: Slovakia – 2nd place., International Weight-lifting Championship, 1st place. ZOLTÁN SINKÓ, AGED 17 2009 – Young Talents’ Olympics, boxing, 1st place 2010 – Budapest Championship, 1st place RENÁTA TÓTH, AGED 162010 – Budapest Gymnastic Championship, adult, 2nd place (floor), 3rd place (beam) ÁDÁM BABOS, AGED 17 2010 – Gymnastic Youth Championship of the Hungary, 1st place (floor and horse) ROLAND VERES, AGED17 2010 Slovakian Open 32kg, 37kg, 1st place 2010 Austrian Classics 32kg, 37kg 1st place 2010 Golden Belt (Genova) 32kg, 37kg 1st place DÁNIEL KORNAKKER, AGED 15 2010 – Hockey Championship in Slovenia (Bled), 2nd place (U15 player)
  • 10. TAMÁS LAKATOS 9.E ZOLTÁN HARCSA 12.E TABLE TENNIS 4TH PLACE BOXING 3RD PLACEPERSONAL FACTORWe also supportthe individualneeds of talentedstudents toachieve a manageable LEVENTE VÁGNER 10.Ebalance between GYMNASTICS 5TH PLACEschoolwork and out-of school participationin elite sport.
  • 11. Differentiation – maximum opportunities for revealing opportunitiesCOGNITIVE Lessons are delivered Lessons areFACTOR on the basis of the delivered on the National Curriculum basis of the for Sport Schools in National CurriculumDifferentitation in the other classes.enables pupils to the sport classes. It Their coexistencework on tasks and covers aspects of provide theparticipate in lifestyle management, multidimensionalactivities target setting and atmosphere thatappropriate to planning skills. makes differentiationtheir ability levels. possible.
  • 12. CREATIVITY – ‘A STYLE’ OF INTELLIGENCE IN PEIt is used to identify talentin PE. It could involve pupilscompleting conventionaltasks in a novel way.InclusionVerbal or written manners forthose who have theintelligence to express theircreativity but cannotdemonstrate it physically.
  • 13. SOCIAL FACTOR - ENRICHMENTOur talentdevelopment is mostlybased on Renzulli’sEnrichment TriadModel, where the wholetalent development canbe followed.This approach suits themultidimensionalaspect of talentdevelopment ingeneral, i.e. it allowspupils to fulfil a varietyof roles.
  • 14. Quality standard – Parents and the Wider CommunityOur school implementing the SportsCurriculum work closely with theNational Institute for Sport, localor regional governing bodiesof sport, clubs, school sportsassociations and other organisationsor agencies.To enable young athletesto maximise their sporting andacademic potential, we work togetherwith our students’ parents, mentors(if they have) and coaches to reduceconflict between education and sport. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION