The Director of sports in independent schools PE BSME Conference (What…
The Director of sports in independent schools
PE BSME Conference
Work out what you believe in and figure out a way of delivering
Age 10 is when students decide their view on competing in sport.
Industry of failure not success (your in the team or not)
What would be successful plan
BETTER SPORT BETTER PEOPLE
Learn one new thing from their lesson
50-70 % of students in 10 years time still participating in sport
Catch up conversation
Every students involved in a sport
The Willpower Instinct - Kelly Mcgonigal
Emotional Intelligence - Daniel Coleman
Spark - How exercise will improve the performance of your brain
The culture code - Daniel Coyle
The secrets of highly successful groups
Changing the game TED Talk & Book
Good schools guide
Neil Rollings (presenter)
How do you control the environment so everyone gets a high quality experience?
Am I able to play (get a game)
Do I make progress
Do I feel welcome
What are you as a leader?
Could you teach, delay gratification?
The win or involve everyone, Interview question
The culture we create should determine this.
Be aware of the unintended consequence
always picking the same team, do the no team players get disgruntled
Be clear with what you stand for.
what could you do?
what is possible?
The dream of what might be possible?
Can you see possibilities of what might be brilliant, that others cant?
What might be possible
Not necessary how to do it
Where could we be?
How do you influence people to see it your way?
How do you get them enthusiastic about your dream?
Ambassador of leadership
Advocate of the benefits of support
Advocate of the reputation of sport
Creative leaders find a way around the limitations of what they have (eg space, equipment, staffing)
What makes you/kids
to do sport?
What hooks do we have to get students involved?
How do we make it fun
How do you get students to want to do sport
What would be different in 3 years time if you were in charge?
How can you engage an enthuse
FITBIT Hook? Could we have a "how many steps" championship?
Always "up to something"
What do you think about it?
If there were no limitations to our sports programme, what would it look like?
Every Students in the school representing the school at something.
What is your dream?
What do we believe in?
What does success look like?
Plural success criteria
However the programme has to be of equal importance
Wouldn't it be great if...
Eg Every student represented the school
Every student tried a new sport
Every students learnt a holistic role in a sport (that they previously didnt)
Parents understand "what your trying to achieve"
We had an "elite sportsman/women" from our school
Wouldn't it be great if other departments shared the "PE view"
Visual representations of our vision as a department
Move team meetings away from logistics
Who decides the success criteria
Challenge/ GOAL/Target FOR STAFF NEXT YEAR
Can you get every member of a class (or multiple classes) playing in a school ECA
What do students want from sport?
Excitement of competition
90% would rather play on a losing team, than be warm the bench on a winning team
We teach "Positive attitudes to physical education and sport"
Teach kids "positive attitudes
Only 50% of people are driven by competition
25% dont care
25% are stressed by the concept of competition
The difference between success and failure is CULTURE
"Positive Attitude Towards Physical Education"
What do students that leave sport go into?
Do we need a "never played for the school" group/fixture/oppertunity
What are the 5 behaviours we want to see?
When not meeting these make it a teachable moment not a punishable moment
Once it is seen reward it.
Adults should model discipline, hard work, emotional control and commitment
"Come on were better than that"
Culture of aspiration
The person at the top sets the tone for the culture.
How you get staff to express the values you stand for?
What do we want to be known for?
how does that influence what you do on a day to day basis
Is it a punishable moment or a teachable moment?
How do you get everyone to following the same principles as you?