Flashcards in PE Year 11 end of topic 1 Deck (62)
National curriculum key concepts in Pe
Healthy and active lifestyle
National healthy schools programme aims
Healthy active lifestyle
National healthy schools programme themes
Personal, social and healthy education
Emotional health and well being
What are the national curriculum aims
1) successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve
2) confident individuals who are able to live safe, healthy, fulfilling lives
3) responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society
What's the whole school food policy?
Guides schools to develop their own appropriate and meaningful food policy
What are the two sets of standards for the whole school food policy?
Food based standards (types and frequency of food offered)
Nutrition based standards (proportion of nutrients students receive)
What's the definition of pastoral care?
Aims to look after the social, emotional and medical needs of a student in school
What are the key points of every child matters?
Make a positive contribution to society
Achieve economic wellbeing
Enjoy and achieve through learning
What can Pe do to help confidence?
Grows confidence of students and feeling of achievement by providing opportunities to lead and coach with support and guidance
What are the physical activity policy aims?
Increase physical activity levels
Increase understanding of the importance of a healthy active lifestyle and the part physical activity has to play in it
How can participation impact you people's lives?
Improve health and positive attitudes
Encourages participation in a large range of activities
In Still healthy long lasting habits
Students learn to work and respect views of others
What's the definition of extra curricular activities?
An extension to Pe lessons
What are the benefits to extra curricular activities?
Become a member of a team
Have a chance to be captain/leader
May join organised trips to see top class sports events
Develop links with clubs
Have a chance to try less traditional sports
What is sport England responsible for?
Creating a world class environment for community sport by providing funding and facilities
How do sport England measure participation and then what do they do?
They have a active people survey which the can identify priority groups (low levels of participation)
Who does sport England work with?
The same kelly Holmes legacy trust
What do national governing bodies do?
Make rule changes
Provides coaches officials and helps develop talent
Maintain standards and discipline in the sport
Decides on sanctions and enforces them
What is the youth sports trust?
A charity funded by the government and sport England and works with NGB's
What does the youth sports trust aim to do?
Give every child a sporting start in life through high quality Pe in primary schools
Ensure all people have a sporting chance
Support all young people to achieve their supporting best in school life
What is etiquette?
Is the unwritten code of behaviour that a player stands by when competing
Finish the sentence: A person can be influenced...
To take part in or to not take part in particular activities due to influences
A peer is..
Someone of the same age but not necessarily your friend but have a common interest
Peer pressure can mean...
When your peer encourage you to do something either positively or negatively
How can a parent effect participation?
A parents enthusiasm and interest in a sport can help a child to take part
How can a parent affect participation positively?
How can parents negatively affect participation?
Refuse to drive or finance
Too much pressure
How can gender have a positive affect on participation?
Typical stereotypes gone due to more involvement
More role models
How can gender have a negative affect on participation?
Lack of female coaches
Always have a barrier to participation
Name an example of a minority sport which has been introduced to the uk
Kabaddi- the national game of Bangladesh