FAQ - Assessment and CPD
What happens when a child joins/leaves my class?
Your account allows up to 10 individual class amendments over the course of your 12 month membership, so children can be added or removed when required. In addition, one whole class change (max. 33 children) is allowed once in each 12 month period.
Who inputs the data to the site?
You input your class details, including their gender, SEN status, EAL status and disadvantaged status. This then allows you to track and view data broken down into different groups. Once your initial account is set up, there is no requirement to upload any additional data until your class changes!
How does the site facilitate peer-to-peer and self-assessment?
Pupil Passports can be downloaded from the site. These A4 documents are used for children to log their own PE journey and prove a valuable addition when looking at peer-to-peer and self-assessment. The Passports have also helped engage children in writing about PE. We are currently working on an on-line version for KS1.
Who can see pupil data?
You! No user can see data from any other class, teacher or school. TLG-PE staff has access to all school data. This allows us to assist you at any time with any assessment and data issues that may arise. All TLG-PE staff have enhanced DBS clearance.
Can we track data across our school or an Academy Trust if we all purchase the site?
In a word, yes. School accounts can be purchased which allow a greater amount of data to be stored and compared on the site. The school system allows pupil date to be tracked right through from FS2 to Y6. Where cluster schools or academy trusts use the site, data can be analyzed across a set number of schools to allow clusters or trusts to see child and school data compared to average data from the cluster or trust. Schools in a cluster or academy trust will not be able to see the detailed data of other schools.
What are the Level 5 & level 6 Awards?
The Level 5 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education Specialism is a recognised qualification that aims to upskill primary school teachers and higher level teaching assistants to improve the overall delivery of the physical education curriculum within primary schools. On successful completion of this qualification, delegates will be able to assist in raising the standards within primary school physical education teaching. The Level 6 Award in Primary School Physical Education Subject Leadership is a recognised qualification to improve the overall delivery of the physical education curriculum within primary schools. The aim of this qualification is to upskill primary school teachers to enable them to lead the delivery of the primary school physical education curriculum. On successful completion of this qualification, delegates will be able to take subject leadership within primary school physical education teaching and deliver high quality primary school physical education. Both courses are delivered by TLG-PE staff, which aids linking the content of the course to the provision in place in your school.
How do I view webinars?
All CPD webinars are delivered via GoToMeeting. You need to set up a GoToMeeting account (free of charge) to allow you to access the webinars.
Can you provide feedback on my lessons?
Yes – but unfortunately only if you have a school account!