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‘Talent Lincolnshire’ Increasing opportunities for physical activity as part of a talent development model Stuart Allison Senior School Improvement Consultant CfBT Education Trust

Nigel Roylance Assistant Headteacher and Director of Specialisms Skegness Grammar School and Sports College

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Aims for the session By the end of the session participants will have had an opportunity to :

1. Learn about the development of a county-wide talent pathway programme, based on multi-skills

2. Learn how this programme has led to ‌ - increased partnership working - enhanced opportunities for physical activity 3. Learn how the programme is supporting schools and young people in practice

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Setting the context Nationally • 

As part of Every Child Matters and National Strategies there is major, whole school focus on enhancing provision for Gifted and Talented children and young people Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) uses the following definitions : Gifted - students who have the ability to excel academically in one or more subjects such as English, Drama, Technology Talented – students who have the ability to excel in practical areas such as Art and Design, Music, PE, or performing arts such as Dance

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Setting the context Locally – Lincolnshire : • 

60 secondary Schools / 282 Primary schools / 21 special schools

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Significant provision and support for ‘Gifted’ co-hort

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Need for enhanced provision and support for ‘Talented’ co-hort

As result : • 

Proposed and developed ‘Talent Lincolnshire’ – county strategy for supporting Talented Children and Young People

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Countywide model for identifying, developing and celebrating talent

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Launched April 2009

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County Talent Academy

Talent Pathways for Physical Education and Sport (based on Multi-skills)

8 Satellite Talent Academies

All Primary, Secondary and Special Schools - Talent Clubs

All Primary, Secondary and Special Schools Universal offer as part of high quality curricular provision

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Talent Lincolnshire – Outcomes Increased partnership working : A community of Practice 1. 

Children, young people and their parents

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Dedicated ‘Talent Team’ as part of CfBT School Improvement Service

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Enhanced partnership with Lincolnshire County Council - supporting strategy with £500,000

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Partners within the Lincolnshire PESS landscape :

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School Sports Partnerships / Partnership Development Managers / School Sports Coordinators / Primary Link Teachers / Secondary PE Depts. / Multi-Skill coaches / Young Leaders

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Sports Colleges / Director of Specialism

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NHS / Primary Care Trust

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Business and Community partners

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ESP

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Talent Lincolnshire - Outcomes Enhanced opportunities for physical activity : The National Context Public Service Agreement (PSA) and the White Paper Two key aims : Increase the percentage of 5-16 year olds participating in at least two hours per week of high-quality PE and sport at school and the percentage of 5-19 year olds participating in at least three further hours per week of sporting opportunities. Ensure all pupils go to a school that promotes their health and wellbeing

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Talent Lincolnshire - Outcomes Enhanced opportunities for physical activity : Across Lincolnshire 1.  Within Curriculum PE 2.  Multi-skill clubs at schools 3.  8 Satellite Multi-Skill Academies (MSA’s) 4.  County MSA 5.  Multi-skills Training Package (MSTP) – Activity Zones and related Continuing Professional Development for every school in Lincolnshire 6.  Community physical activity programmes e.g. Butlins

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Talent Lincolnshire in action

Skegness Grammar School Lincolnshire Coastal Partnership Multi-skill Academy

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CHALLENGES •  Promotion of talent in PE and School Sport at KS2/3 transition. •  Creation of a facility to serve the local multi-skills clubs. •  Provision of cost effective CPD for primary link teachers, SSCO’s and other support staff. School Improvement Service in Partnership with


CHALLENGES (continued) •  Supporting the furtherance of experiences and subject knowledge of student/coach volunteers. •  Raising awareness of the concept and value of the multi skills approach. •  Encouraging a pro-active interchange of ideas and support between the most able students and those in the earlier developmental stage. School Improvement Service in Partnership with


BUTLINS AND THE MULTI SKILLS ACADEMY. (Skegness)

•  Academy Eligibility criteria. •  Practical testing. •  Role of Multi Skills clubs. •  Year 6 Passport data. •  Experience of delivery staff. School Improvement Service in Partnership with


BUTLINS (Skegness) KEY PROCESSES •  School visits. •  Identifying potential students. •  Correspondence to schools/home/Butlins. •  Parent’s Evening. •  Pre - Academy get together.

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BUTLINS (Skegness) PROGRAMME

•  Pre-Academy induction. •  Physical, Cognitive, Collaborative, Social aspects.

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BUTLINS (Skegness)

• Benefits of the Academy. • Link to development of the Year 6 Passport. • DVD of the Academy

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Plenary 1. Learn about the development of a county-wide talent pathway programme, based on multi-skills

2. Learn how this programme has led to ‌ - increased partnership working - enhanced opportunities for physical activity 3. Learn how the programme is supporting schools and young people in practice

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