National Curriculum

Physical Literacy Framework

From: YST, SE, CSPN, afPE, sports coach UK

Who for: All Primary Schools and Partners working with schools

This Physical Literacy Framework provides schools with simple, easy to understand guidance on how best to structure PE and Sport Provision to ensure every opportunity is provided to develop the physical literacy of your pupils.

The framework can be downloaded here.

Draft proposals for the new National Curriculum for PE

From: DfE

Who for: All Primary Schools

The Primary PE and Sport Funding coincides with the implementation of a new National Curriculum for England in September 2014. A high quality PE Curriculum has always and will continue to offer a range of activities, in addition to competitive sport, such as gymnastics, dance, athletics, swimming and outdoor education. The aim of this provision is for everyone to find something they enjoy and feel good at.

To download the the full draft proposals for the new National Curriculum for all subjects, which will be implemented in 2014 please click here.

Department for Education. Schools White Paper ‘The Importance of Teaching’ 2010

From: DfE

Who for: All Primary Schools

In the Schools White Paper 2010: ‘The Importance of Teaching’ the Coalition Government made it clear that schools need to be more autonomous but would need to work in collaboration with others in order to share best practice. The Primary PE and Sport Premium could provide the opportunity for schools to work together e.g. to build capacity and develop expertise, pool resources and spread costs for all to benefit.

View the Schools White Paper on the DfE website here.