Wider Benefits of School Club Links The following document, outlines how the PESSCL strategy ( in-particular School Club Links), and the SSP (SSCo) outcomes impact on/ support delivery of the Every Child Matters and Extended Services Outcomes. The final page also demonstrates the role of school club links in achieving Activemark, Sportsmark and Partnershipmark. N.B.. Underlined ECM outcomes/ Ofsted ECM judgements fit into the main body of work of the SSP/PESSCL strategy Every Child Matters Outcomes Being Healthy: Physical Mental Emotional Sexual Lifestyles Drug Taking ECM Ofsted Inspection Judgements (SEF) Parents and Carers receive support to keep their children healthy Healthy lifestyles are promoted Action is taken to promote physical and mental health The health needs of young people with particular needs (social, physical, learning) are met Extended Services Outcomes PESSCL strategy link to PESS/SSP SSP Outcomes and example areas of work or impact 2) Increased OSH activity (before and after school, active breakfast clubs, Brain Gym, Wake and Shake, Staying Awake, targeting children according to need) 7) Increased participation in community sport – improved community life(working with targeted pupils, positive activity, change lifestyle choices) Varied menu of sporting opportunities Community access to facilities and opportunities OSH/Holiday sporting opportunities as another quality childcare alternative Working with schools and extended services to provide opportunities (multi-agency approach) Enhanced core teaching and learning function of schools using Physical activity as a vehicle School Club Links increasing uptake of community based sporting opportunities Wider Benefits of School Club Links Every Child Matters Outcomes Staying Safe: From maltreatment Accidents Bullying Anti-social behaviour Security, stability ECM Ofsted Inspection Judgements (SEF) Extended Services Outcomes link to PESS/SSP Young People and Safe carers are informed community of key risks and how facility to deal with them opportunity access Safe environment Safe menu of provided for Young People activities, planned and Agencies collaborate well managed to provide safe and risk environment assessed ALL children Bring protected from communities abuse and together exploitation Workforce remodelling to ensure safe adults to deliver programmes PESSCL strategy SSP Outcomes and example areas of work or impact 2) Safe practice in OSH as above, Child Protection policies, Chartermarks, Clubmarks, work with National Governing Bodies of sport 7) Community life improved and more active if young people are made safe and feel secure, anti-social behaviour reduced through multi-agency working focussed on particular areas/ pupils. Community coaches and clubs supported to develop safe practice through SSP/NGB/Sport Development School Club Links – National Governing Bodies, Sport Development and SSPs work to ensure parity in Child Protection practice. Clubmark accreditation for Community Clubs working with ALL Young People Step into Sport – Young leaders and their charges protected Wider Benefits of School Club Links Every Child Matters Outcomes Enjoy and Achieve: Ready for school Attend and enjoy Achieve national standards Develop personally and socially Enjoy recreation ECM Ofsted Inspection Judgements (SEF) Parents and carers receive support to help ALL young people enjoy and achieve Early Years provision promotes well being and development in relation to Early Learning Goals Action is taken to ensure 5-16 education is of good quality Young people encouraged to attend, enjoy and achieve Young People can access a range of recreational activities Extended Services PESSCL strategy Outcomes link to PESS/SSP Breakfast clubs Club Links developed in support order for pupils to continue attendance/provide enjoying and achieving in childcare and their community recreation opportunities Varied menu develops young people personally, physically, socially, recreationally Parents supported to get back to work through OSH provision Community based enjoyable recreation opportunities SSP Outcomes and example areas of work or impact 2) Enjoyable OSH opportunities which develop young people’s enjoyment, attainment and personal qualities 7) Recreation and personal development opportunities continuing into community life, development of local workforce Wider Benefits of School Club Links Every Child Matters Outcomes Make a Positive contribution Decision making Support community Positive law abiding behaviour Positive interpersonal relationships Self confidence to cope with changes Enterprising behaviour ECM Ofsted Inspection Judgements (SEF) Social and emotional development is supported ALL young people supported to respond to change and challenge Young people supported/ encouraged to make decisions and support the community ALL young people supported to make a positive contribution Reduction of anti-social behaviour Extended Services Outcomes link to PESS/SSP Young leaders helping with OSH provision and thus developing enterprising behaviour and supporting their community Community based physical activity promoting positive behaviour through working with appropriate agencies such as the police Parents supported to make a positive contribution and to help their youngsters to do the same PESSCL strategy SSP Outcomes and example areas of work or impact Club Links and mentors 2) OSH experience promote developed so that young friendship, teamwork etc, people have safe placements positive behaviour in which to make a positive 7) Young people mentored to contribution develop enterprising behaviour in Leadership, Volunteering and Coaching Wider Benefits of School Club Links Every Child ECM Ofsted Matters Inspection Outcomes Judgements (SEF) Achieve Young people Economic Well helped to prepare being: for working life Engage in Coordinated further planning and education/train delivery of 14-19 ing education and Be ready for training employment Addressing the Decent homes, needs of young sustainable people through communities community initiatives Access to transport and ALL pupils helped material goods to achieve economic wellbeing Extended Services PESSCL strategy Outcomes link to PESS/SSP Community Step into Sport and other development, coaching/ leadership higher accreditation for Young employment, People to develop the higher skills needed for aspirations employment Young people’s Qualification pathways needs addressed leading to further study on a local needs (FE/HE) and employment basis opportunities Adults and Clubs supported in young people mentoring young people in deliver a varied placements which may menu of help them to achieve community and employment or help OSH initiatives towards university acceptance Working on a strategic travel plan to impact on participation in sporting and physical activities SSP Outcomes and example areas of work or impact 2),4) Young volunteers mentored in organisational tasks in OSH and competition/festival scenarios. Strategic comment on travel planning] 7) Positive personal qualities developed in and through PE in all its forms, leading to young volunteers going on to further study/ development and thereby achieving standards required for higher paid coaching positions or better paid employment. Community initiatives to impact on the aspirations and relationships within communities. Strategic comment on travel planning Wider Benefits of School Club Links School Club links role to play in Activemark, Sportsmark and Partnershipmark Activemark Schools received the mark if: 90 per cent or more of pupils across the school were doing 2 hours of PE and sport; the school held a sports day; and the school had met or bettered the national average for the range of sports it offers or the percentage of pupils participating in sports clubs linked to their school or school sport partnership. Overall, 50 per cent (about 7,000) of the primary schools taking part in the annual school sport survey in 2005/06 met the standard and were awarded Activemark 2006. This includes special schools which have primary-aged pupils. Sportsmark 2006 Schools received the mark if: 90 per cent or more of pupils across the school were doing 2 hours of PE and Sport; the school held a sports day; and the school met the national average in three or more of the following areas: o percentage of pupils taking part in inter-school competitive sport; o the range of sports the school offers; o the percentage of pupils participating in sports clubs linked to their school or school sport partnerships; or o the percentage of pupils actively involved in sports leadership and volunteering. Overall, 16 per cent (about 500 schools) of secondary schools taking part in the annual school sport survey in 2005/06 met the standard and were awarded Sportsmark 2006. This includes special schools which have secondary-aged pupils. Sports Partnership Mark 2006 Partnerships received the mark if 50 per cent or more of primary schools (including special schools with primary-aged pupils) within the partnership were awarded Activemark 2006 and 50 per cent or more of secondary schools (including special schools with secondary-aged pupils) within the partnership were awarded Sportsmark 2006. Nationally, ten partnerships met the standards and were awarded Sports Partnership Mark 2006.