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1 Satellite clubs NGB Delivery information template NGB NGB Satellite clubs lead contact Cricket - Chance to Shine Steve Peyman, , Whole Sport Plan satellite club targets Delivery year Number of satellite clubs established Number of participants engaged Year 1 ( ) ,400 Year 2 ( ) ,866 Year 3 ( ) ,033 Year 4 ( ) N/A N/A Total 1. Offer and target groups To build on the success of Chance to Shine over the last nine years, our offer will continue to build on the extensive schools programme to reach young people aged 11 to 16, and in partnership with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) extend this up to 18 where secondary schools have a sixth form. The key outcomes of the Satellite Club programme will be to increase participation and support young people in their transition from sport school to community sport, and this will be achieved through the establishment of clubs largely based on schools sites. County Cricket Board (CCBs), through their support staff, continue to coordinate, manage and support all Chance to Shine projects to the highest level. County Cricket Boards are fundamental to the success of Chance to Shine, offering ongoing support to projects and schools in achieving the programme s core outcomes, and responding to market trends at a local level. To have a significant impact on the growth in participation, Chance to Shine has set a target to engage 1,250 secondary schools throughout the duration of this plan (April 2013 March 2016). Each school will be linked to an ECB/CCB approved cricket club to ensure a clear pathway into community participation is available, and where this is not available an alternative community club will be identified. In some cases, CCBs have linked schools into a single Satellite Club to ensure a quality offer is provided. The Chance to Shine offer for young people in the age range will include: 1. Satellite clubs 2. Competition (School Cup) 3. Training programme (Cricket Activators) 1

2 1. Satellite clubs Satellite clubs for young people established on school/community sites will act as a bridge between the school environment and a community sport, as well retaining participation as a young person transfers from primary to secondary school. For many young people these clubs may be the environment where they decide to continue their involvement in the game. The main purpose of a satellite club is to provide an environment where young people can feel a sense of belonging and ownership, where they can socialise with their friends, be at the heart of decision making and gain valuable life skills. This is much more than just an after school club as it will provide on-going opportunities throughout the year, shaped by young people for young people with a clear pathway into community sport. Young people aged will be very much at the heart of decision making as they become more independent and less reliant on teacher and parental support. Club representatives, coaches and teachers will play a vital role to support the young people in the establishment of satellite club, by providing knowledge, expertise, resources and training opportunities. This will not just focus on playing the game but on business skills to help young people run their clubs in a professional way. To ensure a more sustainable programme is delivered, links to local cricket/community clubs will be of paramount importance, and this must be in place prior to any activity commencing. These relationships will provide more opportunities for young people to: Meet new friends; Try new and varied activities; Help them realise their full potential; Move confidently between school and club environments; Develop coaching and leadership skills. This offer will primarily target those young people who have had minimal exposure to, and knowledge of the game and its benefits, or just felt cricket was not for them. Young people already participating on a regular basis at cricket clubs will be encouraged to attend development sessions to support the programme as a cricket activator. Chance to Shine has seen a steady growth in girl s participation with 46% of participants being girls as a direct result of the programme. This is an area of the programme where Chance to Shine can have a significant impact; therefore, girls-only sessions will be/have been established as part of this offer. Satellite club activity will be varied and driven by the young people; therefore, it will not be prescriptive but may include: Committee a group of young people assembled to determine the activities on offer in the school Club awareness delivered by local cricket club representatives or CCBs to promote community activities outside the school environment Coaching delivered by external coaches and focusing towards competition Multi-sport sessions linking with other sports (i.e. rounder s, football etc,) sessions can include a variety of sports to engage young people Young people forums opportunity to discuss club activity and provide feedback to enhance the opportunities 2

3 Social events organised by the young people and supported by CCBs, teachers, clubs and parents (i.e. trip to Twenty20 fixture, student v teacher match etc.) Ambassador visits role models identified, such as England Women Coaching Ambassadors to inspire and encourage young people to get involved Assembly visits by young people working with coaches/club personnel to deliver assemblies in the primary schools they attended, and developing the young people as role models in the local community. Business skills understanding what procedures and processes are required to run a club efficiently and effectively. 2. Competition (Schools Cup) The Schools Cup is a short format of the game targeted at secondary schools with limited experience/involvement of competitive cricket, and will be used to deliver all competitions as part of the Chance to Shine offer to the age group. To support the demand for year-round opportunities the game will be adapted for indoor use, using school sports halls and community centres as venues to play the game. These matches will be played from October to March, with the hardball equivalent played during the spring and summer terms. To encourage greater involvement Chance to Shine and CCBs will organise county, regional and national competitions. This will also provide an opportunity to generate greater levels of awareness for the programme and potential investment from the commercial sector. England Women Coaching Ambassadors employed by Chance to shine will be used as role models to encourage more girls to play in competitions, and establish girls only competitions. In 2014, Chance to Shine delivered the following competitions: Under 13 girls (outdoor soft-ball) Under 15 girls (outdoor soft-ball) Under 13 boys (outdoor hard-ball) Under 15 boys (outdoor hard-ball) 3. Training programme To support satellite club activity and competitions, a training programme for young people, coaches and CCBs will be offered to support the long-term impact of the project. The type of training to be included will be: Coaching in Schools providing cricket coaches with the skills and knowledge required to deliver in schools, and to enhance learning opportunities through the game. Course delivered by ECB trained tutors. Cricket Activators aimed at students aged with an interest in developing and furthering their cricket knowledge. The course will enable young people to become more actively involved in the planning and delivery of club and competitive opportunities. Course delivered by ECB trained tutors. 3

4 CCB development programme designed to develop and evolve the offer to young people through the establishment of Chance to Shine Fifteen groups to create engaged performance and knowledge sharing by county Boards. Not only will the Chance to Shine offer provide regular and sustained opportunities for young people to participate, it will deliver many wider benefits, which will include: An opportunity to engage young people not already engaged in regular cricket participation; All year round opportunities for young people ; An inclusive experience that will promote social integration of young people; Equal opportunities to boys and girls, as well as those with special needs; Broader social outcomes for participants, such as an improved attitude to learning amongst young people as well as developing important life skills such as leadership, teamwork and cooperation; A range of training opportunities to young people, coaches and club representatives to develop a more sustainable programme; A well-equipped workforce in place to deliver a high quality programme. Research tells us that the offer to year olds must align to their motivational drivers, which are very different to the younger age group Chance to Shine is accustomed to working with in the primary sector. As young people embark on secondary education they become less dependent on adult support to make decisions, so this programme will ensure that young people are at the forefront of all decision making. By inspiring young people early on in their journey through cricket and moving them through to an established sporting environment in the community, this programme will look to retain more of them in the game, contributing to a lower drop-off rate by the time they reach 16. The Chance to Shine offer is part of the wider participant journey across cricket. Participants will be clearly signposted and encouraged to continue involvement in the game through a number of programmes developed and delivered by the ECB: 4

5 2. Geographical focus areas for delivery Year 3 ( ) The programme will be delivered throughout all of England through the network of 38 County Cricket Boards: Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Cornwall, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, Durham, Essex, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdonshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Middlesex, Norfolk, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottingham, Oxfordshire, Shropshire, Somerset, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire and Yorkshire. Year 4 ( ) Not applicable SE investment in Chance to Shine concludes March 2016 Chance to Shine has worked closely with the ECB to ensure all activity is delivered through the network of 38 county boards. Should a CCB be deemed not fit for purpose investment may be reduced or even withheld, possible identifying an alternative delivery partner within county to ensure young people do not miss out. To ensure the target of 1,250 satellite clubs is achieved Chance to Shine has identify the minimum number of clubs each CCB will be expected to work with by March 2016 (see table below). This information is only used as a guide. 5

6 CCB Satellite Clubs CCB Satellite Clubs Bedfordshire 13 Lancashire 122 Berkshire 16 Leicestershire 29 Buckinghamshire 18 Lincolnshire 24 Cambridgeshire 13 Middlesex 67 Cheshire 37 Norfolk 22 Cornwall 15 Northamptonshire 18 Cumbria 17 Northumberland 18 Derbyshire 27 Nottinghamshire 28 Devon 26 Oxfordshire 15 Dorset 15 Shropshire 13 Durham 37 Somerset 31 Essex 59 Staffordshire 44 Gloucestershire 30 Suffolk 17 Hampshire 36 Surrey 61 Herefordshire 6 Sussex 39 Hertfordshire 24 Warwickshire 46 Huntingdonshire 8 Wiltshire 15 Isle of Wight 4 Worcestershire 19 Kent 62 Yorkshire 143 Total 1, Delivery approach/costs The approach being taken to deliver the Chance to Shine offer is through the 30 County Cricket Board. As with all other programmes, CCBs will be challenged to understand the landscape, identify gaps in the market, provide a schools offer based on customer insight and ensure an outcome focused approach to planning and delivery. Sport England investment will be included as an integral part of the overall funding provided to CCBs by the Chance to Shine to deliver their programme; however, before funding release CCBs must evidence that they have: The ability to develop plans through sufficient and active collaboration with partners Sound governance across all areas An identified point of contact for the delivery and management of Chance to Shine Clearly demonstrated that their plan is outcomes focused The capability and capacity to deliver against agreed an plan A clear understanding of monitoring, reporting and evaluation, including stakeholder perception The right commitment to continually improving their offer based on customer insight 6

7 By delivering through CCBs where Chance to Shine is already operating, and where strong relationships have been established, Chance to Shine is confident that the required structure is in place to deliver programme objectives. All funding will be held by CCBs and paid out for activity that meets the aims and objectives of this project. CCB will be subject to on-going financial management and reviews to ensure that correct procedures are being followed. CCBs will be challenged in their planning to ensure high standards are delivered and funding released on this basis. CCBs will be subject to a range of performance measures aligned to the outcomes of this project. A percentage (20%) of funding to CCBs will be withheld and released once outcomes have been achieved. The cost per Satellite Club will vary depending on the level of service required to achieve the desired outcomes. Therefore, Chance to Shine has not set a standard cost. CCBs will be challenged on value for money as part of their ongoing review. In year two, Chance to Shine invited CCBs to apply for addition funding. Fourteen boards were successful with the additional funding made available from October Extending the Chance to Shine offer to the age group has provided strong continuity of participation for young people within education. Through greater alignment with ECB, this has provided a strong pathway to continued participation as participants move into further education or community cricket. A pathway to an established community cricket offer is a fundamental part of the satellite club programme, and every schools engaged must have a formal partnership to a community club before activity can commence. Working closely with CCBs will provide strong links to other initiatives as they are responsible for recreational cricket in each county. This will also ensure that resources are used effectively and will minimise the risk of duplication. Chance to Shine has made a two year financial commitment to CCBs from October 2015 to September 2017 as part of its new five year strategy ( ). As part of this funding, a core school fund has been set which will enable CCBs to support the ongoing delivery of Satellite Clubs where a continued impact will be made. By providing sustainable competitive opportunities for young people, as well as upskilling coaches, young leaders and teachers through continual professional development opportunities, the long term sustainability of the programme will have a greater chance of being achieved. 4. Workforce CCBs will be responsible for appointing project coordinators from both the school (student and/or teacher) and link community cricket club, whose responsibility it is to communicate on a regular basis to discuss activities and develop the school-club partnership. 7

8 Identifying the appropriate workforce to deliver the Chance to Shine offer at a local level is the responsibility of the CCB. They will ensure that any coach delivering on the programme has a minimum qualification of an ECB UKCC2 coaching qualification, has an ECB Criminal Records Bureau clearance, attended the Coaching in Schools module and has ECBCA membership (insurance) prior to the commencement on the programme. CCBs are required to sign a set of Terms and Conditions which sets out the processes they are required to follow, funding levels and performance measures. This will ensure a high level of delivery and management is achieved. Every project and school committed to the programme will be required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This procedure will provide all parties with a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities within the programme, which will also ensure sound governance and proper accountability. 5. Regional structure (if applicable) and wider NGB support Cricket in England has a nationwide development network, set up to administer the growth of the game. The country is split into three areas, and within each area there is a Chance to Shine Operational Manager and a series of cricket development managers and officers in each of the separate CCBs. It is through this established network that Chance to Shine operates, with CCBs strategically identifying local need and then providing ongoing support to clubs, schools and its own workforce. The Chance to Shine offer is strategically planned and delivered locally through the network of 38 CCBs in England. To provide dedicated support for CCBs to deliver a high quality programme, Chance to Shine has designed and developed a programme (Chance to Shine Fifteens) that will support the objectives of the Chance to Shine investment, empower CCBs to deliver the programme and allow for a consistent approach by the Chance to Shine Operational Managers taking the lead. Chances to Shine Fifteens are groups established to create better leaders and support for the Cricket Development Managers in each CCB. As well as helping the individual, it will also benefit their CCB by providing them with practical skills and management tools. At the heart of the Chance to Shine Fifteen is the principle that leading from the front is the only way to implement change, and that peer group feedback is a critical support and learning mechanism. Not everyone is a natural leader, or prepared to step up and make the necessary changes to become a leader. Chance to Shine Fifteens provide the members with a framework and system within which to operate; to seek advice, receive feedback and improve their leadership skills, in a safe and confidential environment. These group sessions will be delivered on a bi-monthly basis, and underpinned by oneto-one sessions between CCB and Operational Manager. To ensure Chance to Shine is well placed within a CCB cricket strategy, ECB Business Support Managers are involved in the planning process. In addition, where ECB identify deficiencies in a CCBs governance, Chance to Shine will support their decision by placing CCB funding at risk or withholding. 8

9 6. Role required by CSP Club Link Makers Having reviewed the Club Link Maker objectives the following would provide essential support to the Chance to Shine offer: Engage with every secondary school and FE college (as well as other potential satellite club venues) through relevant networks across the CSP area to advocate and champion satellite club delivery and the establishment of new satellite clubs; Broker links between NGBs and local secondary schools, colleges and other potential satellite club host venues, to match demand (from schools) and supply (from NGBs) by; Auditing and provide insight of local demand for sports from potential satellite club host venues; Provide support to NGBs to map schools, local clubs and their requirements; Understand and interpret NGB satellite club delivery plans locally. Working with NGBs and other key partners to support the development of new community clubs, where there is demand; Broker links with wider community sport providers (where relevant) to support satellite club delivery; Co-ordinate delivery with NGBs, satellite club host sites and other deliverers to encourage a multi-sport approach to satellite club delivery (where relevant); Link satellite club delivery to other programmes/activities (where relevant) which CSPs are responsible for (i.e. NGB delivery, Sportivate, School Games, Sport Makers), and; Advocate and provide relevant intelligence on community access to school facilities Support at a local level has been dependent on current working relationships; therefore, Chance to Shine has invited a Club Link Maker to present at a Fifteens session to provide greater consistence nationally. 9

10 Chance to Shine would encourage all Club Link Makers to make contact with their local CCBs. Operational Managers will be able to identify the best point of contact: Stuart Priscott Rich Darwin Rich Joyce Berkshire Cheshire Bedfordshire Buckinghamshire Cumbria Cambridgeshire Cornwall Derbyshire Essex Devon Durham Hertfordshire Dorset Lancashire Huntingdonshire Gloucestershire Lincolnshire Kent Hampshire Northumberland Leicestershire Herefordshire Nottinghamshire Middlesex Isle of Wight Shropshire Norfolk Oxfordshire Staffordshire Northamptonshire Somerset Yorkshire Suffolk Wales Surrey Wiltshire Sussex Worcestershire Warwickshire Operational Manager contact details: Stuart Priscott or Richard Darwin or Richard Joyce or 7. Any other information (i.e. competition structures etc) The Cricket Foundation employs eight England Women Coaching Ambassadors, and at the core of their role is the dual aim of promoting the development of girls cricket and supporting the aims and objectives of Chance to Shine. They will form a fundamental part of the Chance to Shine offer to inspire and enthuse more girls to get involved. 10

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