Time 2 Move: Cornwall's PE and School Sport Framework
The framework essentially focuses on the wellbeing of students and how it can be supported through the implementation of Physical Activity, PE and School Sport in the school setting. The strategy – called Time 2 Move pdf – was launched at the CAPH/CASH Conference in June 2015 and is broken down into 6 key strands:
- Curriculum Delivery
- Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing
- Leadership, Coaching and Volunteering
- Specialist Target Groups
- Community Collaboration
Cornwall Healthy Schools are particularly proud to be working with schools and partners to help develop / support the framework and we are closely involved in the Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing Ambition Statement of the framework, as this relates most closely to our work:
Strand 2: Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing.
“To ensure that all young people are aware of health related issues and are supported to make informed choices to engage in an active and healthy lifestyle within and beyond the school day.”
We are really pleased that health and wellbeing is recognised and considered to be an integral element of the framework
How are we helping schools
If your school is implementing the 'Time 2 Move' framework, you will also be fulfilling the Being Active Core Theme of the Healthy Schools status requirements. While our aim is to offer schools a wealth of programmes and resources, we want to ensure a holistic approach for schools where everything we do fits together to form a bigger picture.
Pupil Sport Premium
Schools are able to clearly evidence their expenditure of the Pupil Sport Premium through the Cornwall Healthy Schools Award process By completing the award, schools have the opportunity to explain their reasons for spending money in their chosen ways, whilst also demonstrating the impact on the wellbeing of children. This makes it more accountable to parents, the community and Ofsted.
Our British Heart Foundation Active Club training is a fantastic, free training session that gives lunchtime supervisors, teaching assistants and teachers the confidence, skills and resources to facilitate physical activity at break and lunch times. The wonderful thing about Active Club is it offers over 100 activity ideas using standard PE and sports equipment that schools generally already have. Of course schools may like to expand their selection of equipment, which can be done using the Pupil Sport Premium funding.
Time 2 Move Case Studies
We'd really like to work with schools to help develop Time 2 Move / Wellbeing / Pupil Premium - contact us for more information
Time 2 Move in action at St Just Primary School
Watch a terrific film made with St Just Primary School that is a fantastic example of where wellbeing and physical activity work so well together (oh and they have great school food too...) Go to our Vimeo Channel
Cornwall Sports Partnership T2M Primary Toolbox
The toolbox is designed to support primary schools in delivering the sport premium and all of the T2M ambitions. It provides you with the latest information and guidance from national and local partners and is regularly updated.