How the New Ofsted Framework can impact on PE

How the New Ofsted Framework can impact on PE

Commenting on the new framework, Youth Sport Trust Schools Director Stuart Kay said:

“We know that, in recent years, PE has been a victim of inspections placing too much weight on exam results. Our own research found that almost two-in-five secondary schools have cut time for PE since 2012.

 “While Ofsted does not go into specifics about the role of PE, we’re pleased that it is giving schools permission to re-evaluate the intent of the curriculum they teach. With headteachers given the opportunity to influence which subjects are inspected, it will be more important than ever that schools are able to articulate the position of PE and sport in their curriculum and their intended impact on pupils. We would urge schools to use this opportunity to re-evaluate the wider outcomes PE should be delivering for every pupil, with a focus on wider wellbeing outcomes and character development.

Full article available here:  https://www.youthsporttrust.org/news/yst-responds-new-ofsted-inspection-framework?utm_campaign=10552233_YST%20Membership%20Special%20-%20May%202019&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Youth%20Sport%20Trust&dm_i=1ZLF,6A65L,UTSKE6,OSI9N,1

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