A thematic approach Hunts Schools Sport Partnership
Partnerships in practice • Partnerships are the catalyst for a wealth of new activities • Partnership wide initiatives – family wide initiatives - individual school initiatives – class / target group initiatives • Success builds on success; unsuccessful activity is dropped • Target driven approach – through the PDP or the FDP
Adopting a theme • A lens • An umbrella • A focus • Common ground • A catch phrase • Important for sharing the essence of the partnership with those outside – parents, governors, other partners
What do you see? It’s just a matter of perception
On the Olympic logo …. …it will define the venues we build and the Games we hold and act as a reminder of our promise to use the Olympic spirit to inspire everyone and reach out to young people around the world. It is an invitation to take part and be involved…..
All about me • A focus for schools, PLTs, teachers, year groups, classes, individual pupils • Re-orientate existing plans to take on an ‘All about me’ dimension (where appropriate) • Use ‘All about me’ to stimulate joined up thinking in school, in staff training, in planning meetings • Use ‘All about me’ in assemblies, parent gatherings, communication with wider community
All about me - ideas • How does this year’s theme link with your plans? • Remember ‘Every Child Matters’ – put the child at the centre of all that we do