Health-focused physical activity
Health-focused physical activity encompasses any activity targeting children who would not usually take part in sporting activities, but would benefit from being physically active.
Health-focused activity provision
- Do PE lessons and sport sessions promote healthy living?
- Are pupils given the opportunity to explore spiritual, moral, social and cultural development?
- Are respect, courtesy and positivity mutually encouraged by staff and pupils?
- Are activities offered which encourage participation by all pupils?
Types of activity could include Wake And Shake, Change 4 Life, and cycle training. These may also be linked to wider agendas such as inequality, obesity, safety, attendance and improving behaviour.
Options for adressing the provision
You have completed your self-review and one of the areas for development is health-focused physical activity provision. Below are some options of how you could use the PE and Sport Premium to address this need:
Option 1 – Establish new or additional Change4Life Sports Clubs
Option 2 – Introduce health mentors to the school
Option 3 – Introduce a cycle training scheme to the school
Where to find support
The five Oxfordshire School Games Organisers are responsible for:
Participation: Drive participation in Sainsbury's School Games competition and increase the number of young people taking part in competition across all levels.
Competition for all: Develop competitive opportunities for all, including the least active.
Clubs: Increase regular participation in club sport and involve the least active through Change 4 Life Sports Clubs and increase links to local clubs.
Workforce: Broaden participation opportunities through volunteering and workforce roles.
Performance: Establish key performance indicators, target delivery and review progress on a termly basis.