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[英伦广角] 2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革

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You talk about the legacy and that could serve in, certainly the no better time, and to try to build on(建立于、指望) that. But is it right you speaking at the same time as  em, unfortunately we scrap compulsory PE lessons(体育课) in schools?

Well, we haven’t done that. You know, sport is part of the national curriculum, and we want schools to deliver sport. And I think that’s very important. But frankly, you know, and we are putting on the money and that’s a billion pounds going into school sport over the next 4 years.

But frankly, if the only problem was money, you’d solve this with money. The only problem isn’t money, the problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport; some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part.

And so we have a want to have a great sporting legacy for our children. And I do. I’ve got an 8-year-old, and a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old, and I want them to play competitive sport. And they want to play competitive sport. We’ve got to have an announcer that brings the whole society together to correct this: More competition, more competitiveness, more getting rid of the idea of all must win prizes and you can’t have competitive sports day.

But surely they must do compulsory games, Prime Minister.

Yes, absolutely. That’s right.

But we don’t have to, anymore.

Every school has to deliver sport as a part of the national curriculum. I mean this, it is there. What the last government did, that I think, you know, isn’t right; it is if you just simply sit there invite all and set a target, but don’t actually do anything to help schools meet it, you’re not really solving the problem.

In fact, by just saying, look, I want you to do this many hours a week, some schools think, right, as soon as I have hit that minimum requirement, I’ve tipped the bottom and I can give up. If you look at the very best schools in terms of state school sport in our country, there’ll be ones who often say: Don’t set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.
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You talk about the legacy that could serving be nobody time then to trying to build on that,but is it right your speaking of the same time as unfoutunately we scrap compulsory PE lessons in schools?

We haven't done that,you know,sport is a part of international career.We want schools to deliver sports and I think that's very important,but frankly,you know,I've put a lot of money,that's billion pounds going into school sports over the next four years.But frankly,if the only problem was money,you solve this with money,the only problem isn't money.The problem has been too many schools not wanting to have campetitive sport,some teachers not really wanting to join in and play that part.And if we want to have great sport leagecy for our children,and I do,I've got 8 year old and 6 year old and 2 year old,I want them to play competitive sport and they want to play competitive sport.We've got to have an answer brings the whole society together to crack this.More comptition,more competitiveness,more getting rid of the ideas of all must win prize and you can't have the competitive sport day.  

Surely they must do compose their games,right?

Yes absolutely.Every school has to deliver sport as a part of national cricket activities.It is there.What the last government did that I think,you know,isn't right.If you just simply sit there and invite all and set a target,but don't actually do anything to help schools to meet it.You don't really solve the problem in fact.By just saying "Look, I want you to do this many hours a week".Some schools take right,as soon as we've hit that minimum requirment and kick that ball tonight,we can give up.If you look at the very best schools in terms of state's schools sport in our country.Everyone will often say don't say the minimum targets,actually challenge us to achieve more and more.
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[Homework]2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革

You talked about the legacy and that could serve certainly be nobody of time to know but to try to build on that,but is it right you speaking at the same time as unfortunately we scrap compulsory PE lessons in school.
Oh!We haven't done that,you know.Sport is a part of national curriculum and we want school to deliver sport.And I think that's very important,but frankly you know and we put in on the money and over billion pounds are going into the school sport over the next four years.But frankly if the only problem was money you solve this with money.The only problem isn't money.The problem has been too many schools not wanting to have competitive sport and some teachers don't really wanting to join in to play that part.And if every one to have a great sporting legacy for our children and I do.I got an 8-year-old,a 6-year-old and a 2-year-old and I want them to play competitive sport and they want to play competitive sport.We gonna have bring the whole society together to create this.More competition,more competitive nerse,more getting rid of the idea  must we win prizes you can have competitive sports day.  
compulsory games prize
yes absolutely.
Every school has to deliver sport as their part of national curriculum.It is that.The last government did that I think you know,is it right?If you just simply sit there,invite all and set a target but don't actually do anything to help schools to meet it.You don't really solving the problem in fact.By just saying,I want to do this many hours a week.Some schools they arrive as soon as if I hit that minute requirement have to take the book give up.If you look the very best school in terms of states sport in our country.Everyone will often say don't set minimum targets.We challenge us to achieve more and more.

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[Homework]2012-08-11 卡梅伦:中小学体育课需要变革

You talk about the legacy that they could serve, certainly being know better time into trying bulid on that, but is it right you're speaking at the same time as unfortunately we scrape on compulsory repeat lessons in school?
Oh,well,we haven't done that, you know, sport is part of a national curriculum, we want schools to deliver sport. Er, and I think that's really  important. But frankly, you know, and we putting a lot of money, that's a billion pounds going into school sport over the next four years.But frankly,if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn't money, the problem has been, too many shcools not wanting have competitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join in it and play their part. As everyone want to have a great sporting legacy for our children. And I do, I've got an eight years old and a six years old and a two year old, and I want them to play competitive sport.And they want to play competitive sport. we 've got an answer that bring the whole society together to crack this, more competition, more competitiveness, more, getting rid of the idea of all.Must win prices,you can't have competitive sports day.
But surely they must do compulsory games.Prime Minister.
Yes, absolutely,that's right.
We don't have to anymore.
Every school has to deliver sport just part of a national curriclum,it is there.What the government did that I think, you know, it isn't right. If you just simply sit there, invite all and set a target,but don't actually do anything to helps schools meet it.You aren't really solving the problem in fact. By just saying,look, I want you to this many hours a week, some school think right, as soon as I've hit that minimum reqirement, I've take the box I can  give up. If you look at the very best schools, in terms of states school sport in our country, there will be once will often say: don't set minimum targets,actually challenge us to achieve more and more.






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LBC: You talk about the legacy and there could certainly be no better time than to try and build on that, but is it right you're speaking at the same time as unfoutunately we scrap compulsory PE lessons in schools?

Cameron: Well, we haven't done that, you know, sport is a part of the national curriculum.We want schools to deliver sport and I think that's very important. But frankly, you know, we're putting a lot of money in, there's a billion pounds going into school sport over the next four years. But frankly, if the only problem was money, you solve this with money. The only problem isn't money. The problem has been too many schools not wanting to have campetitive sport, some teachers not really wanting to join in and play their part. And if we want to have a great sporting leagecy for our children, and I do, I've got an 8 year old and a 6 year old and a 2 year old, and I want them to play competitive sport and they want to play competitive sport. We've got to have an answer that brings the whole of society together to crack this. More comptition, more competitiveness, more, eh, getting rid of the idea of 'all must win prizes' and 'you can't have competitive sports day'.

LBC: But surely they must do compulsory games, Prime Minister.

Cameron: Yes absolutely. That's right.

LBC: But, but they don't have to anymore.

Cameron: Every school has to deliver sport as a part of the national curriculum, and it is there. What the last government did, and that I think, you know, isn't right, is if you just simply sit there in Whitehall and set a target, but don't actually do anything to help schools meet it, you are not really solving the problem. In fact, by just saying 'Look, I want you to do this many hours a week', some schools think 'Right, as soon as I've hit that minimum requirment, I've ticked the box and I can give up.' If you look at the very best schools in terms of state school sport in our country, they will be ones who often say 'don't set minimum targets, actually challenge us to achieve more and more.'
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