The Reality of High Quality Physical Education: The Crucial Role of Leadership
Focus on your role as a Physical Education and Sport Leader
Good leadership in sport delivers High Physical Education Standards
Ensuring that you are providing high standards in physical education can be a challenging task. To have confidence in your organisation's PE standards, you need a yardstick against which you can measure your progress.
The Reality of High Quality Physical Education: The Crucial Role of Leadership focuses on your role as leader and manager within a physical education and sporting context, supporting you in evaluating the quality of PE you provide.
Combining the Every Child Matters guidance and Ofsted's 10 high-quality outcomes
This resource will help you provide physical education that follows statutory regulation. It will become an invaluable checklist against which you can evaluate the quality of your leadership and management skills.
- Author: Eileen Marchant
- ISBN: 978-1-905540-56-4
- Length: 24 pages with accompanying A2 poster
- Copyright Year: MARCH 2008
- What does it look like?
- Leadership and Management
- Teaching and Learning
- The Curriculum and Other Activities
- Care and Guidance
- Achievement and Standards
- Personal Development and Well-being
- Every Child Matters
- A2 Poster of the pathway to High Quality Physical Education
"The Reality of High Quality Physical Education: The Crucial Role of Leadership captures the challenge of leadership and management that is crucial to making high-quality physical education memorable to young people."
-- Carole Raymond, education consultant and former HMI
Eileen Marchant is an experienced PE teacher and worked as a School Improvement Officer in Kirklees LEA for 12 years. She was responsible for strategic planning and management of PE in Kirklees across all phases, from early years to post 16. As an OfSTED team inspector, she inspected PE for over 10 years in more than 50 schools across the country and is now an Advanced Trainer for the National College of CPD with wide experience of delivering keynotes, courses and consultancies nationally and regionally.
Eileen is a member of the Professional Development Board (PDB) for PE and a member of the group that produced the Professional Development Record (PDR). She was baalpe President from 2002/2003 and General Secretary from 2004/2006. After continuing as a policy advisor for afPE, Eileen now acts as a consultant for afPE and plays a major role in organisation of the afPE annual conference and is currently working to establish afPE Home Countries and English Regions.