KINGSBURY SCHOOL SPORTS PARTNERSHIP GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAMME 2009/2010

In line with the Youth Sport Trust Gifted and Talented Policy Kingsbury SSP aims to provide a programme that : ³focuses not only on high achievers but also on those who show sporting potential, including pupils at risk of underachieving and those from disadvantaged areas´ YST 2009

PESSYP TARGETS
‡ Gifted & Talented (G&T) in PE and Sport is one of the 10 strands of the Physical Education and Sport Strategy for Young People (PESSYP) Overall aim of creating a world class system for physical education and sport.

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EVERY CHILD MATTERS

‡ The gifted and talented strand contributes to the government µEvery Child Matters¶ outcomes ‡ Provides a an accessible and exciting resource for schools to implement

KINGSBURY SSP G&T PROGRAMME ‡ Outcomes ±
To include all students in the partnership the within the Gifted and Talented identification process Provision of staff training on G&T identification Provision of accessible and clear resources for schools SSCo support throughout the programme

KINGSBURY SSP G&T TIERS
Tier DATES ACTVITIES

1

SEP - DEC

SSCo/PLT inset ± PLT training day 14th September 2009 SSCo¶s to support PLT¶s to roll out sessions in schools

2

JAN - MAR

Family G&T festivals run by SSCo¶s Evaluation of resources and festivals

3

MAY

Kingsbury SSP G&T testing days Regional Multi Skills Academy

4

JUNE

Kingsbury SSP MULTI SKILLS ACADEMY Programme Evaluation

PLT ENGAGEMENT
‡ INSET provides PLT¶s with knowledge and resource to use within own school ‡ Resources available on SSP website ± http://kingsburyssco.org.uk ‡ Awareness of partnership programme ‡ Feedback on resources and support

MAKING THE PROGRAMME A SUCCESS

‡ Opportunity to provide access to all students within each school in the partnership ‡ SSCO support throughout programme ‡ PLT use of INSET and resources

FURTHER INFORMATION
PARTNERSHIP ‡ G&T SSCO ± nicola_hazley@yahoo.co.uk ‡ School SSCO¶s ± see partnership website http://kingsburyssco.org.uk NATIONAL ± ‡ www.youthsporttrust.org ‡ www.dcsf.gov.uk/everychildmatters/

RESOURCE CARDS
‡Easy to use ‡Can be used as a lesson ‡Activities enjoyable for students

HULA HOOP THROW
EQUIPMENT 4 hoops (same size) marked line for students to throw from 4 bean bags ACTIVITY Aim to throw the bean bag into the hoops, further the better 1 ± with eyes open facing the hoops 2 ± with eyes shut facing the hoops 3 ± with eyes open back to the hoops 4 ± with eyes shut and back to the hoops

BASKETBALL DRIBBLE

EQUIPMENT Basketballs ACTIVITY Dribble both basketballs without losing control 1 ± standing position 2 ± go to one knee then back to standing 3 ± sit down then back to standing

SAQ LADDERS

EQUIPMENT SAQ ladders ACTIVITY Move along the ladder 1 - both feet in each gap 2 - one foot in each gap 3 - other variations

THROWING

EQUIPMENT Tennis balls Target ACTIVITY Using an over arm throw aim to hit the target - increase/decrease distance from target - use of weak hand - alternating hands

BALANCE
EQUIPMENT Netballs/basketballs Wall ACTIVITY Chest pass ball against the wall with weight on one leg -Alternate legs while throwing ball - Close eyes

AGILITY
EQUIPMENT 5 tennis balls Cones Hoop ACTIVITY Students have to start at x and go to each cone, pick up tennis ball and return to x, put down tennis ball and repeat until all balls are in the hoop X

X ± start position

SKIPPING
EQUIPMENT Skipping ropes ACTIVITY Skipping on the spot -reverse skipping -cross over

THROWING 2
EQUIPMENT Tennis balls ACTIVITY Using underarm throw against a wall alternating hands - Increase distance from wall

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