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1 Growing Sport, Growing : A national strategy for sport in Further Education and Sixth Form Annual Operational Plan 2013/14 This plan has been produced for curriculum leaders and sports staff in to help inform work programmes and planning for 2013/14. It may also be useful for community sports organisations to inform them about priorities in College sport for 2013/14. It is based on the vision and strategic aims outlined in Growing Sport, Growing, the national strategy for sport in. The seven priority areas in the strategy are: Page 1

2 College groups and networks The table below shows the range of different network groups that support the College sport system. Group Role Membership Facilitated by Links/reports to Portfolio Group for Sport (national) Acts as the policy lead for College sport, ensures co-ordination across the sector, responsible for all areas of policy and is the strategic initial point of contact for external organisations. member (one representative from each region), Board members, specialist. Sport Policy Team Board/ members. Board (national) Responsible for the areas of the strategy relating to sports specific development, competition and pathways: Deployment of young leaders, coaches and volunteers Directors drawn from regions, member and associate members. professional staff members. Provides an update on activities to the Portfolio Group for Sport. Sports specific development Competition (intra and inter) and links to national programmes Regional strategic sports groups (x nine regions) A remit to lead, advocate and provide strategic direction to all in each region, co-ordinating the different agendas of all seven areas of the strategy. Portfolio Group regional representative, Director for the region, Chair of Sports network, CSP representative, regional office, Sport Policy Team. regional office Respective members report to either the Portfolio Group for Sport and/or the Board. Information also fed back to Head of Sport networks. Head of Sport Networks (x nine regions) Heads of Sport/sport curriculum leaders or equivalent from and member in each region. Representatives from in the region. regional office Member. Advises the regional strategic groups. Operational groups Responsible for the delivery of programmes and sports specific planning work, including auditing, rationalising and planning all competitions, trials for regional and national championships and delivery of regional championships, plus volunteering programme (Lead Further). full members. staff (paid and voluntary) Reports to national Sports Competition and Operations Committee and professional staff at national office. Also provides updates to Head of Sport networks and regional strategic group. Page 2

3 Strategic area 1: Sport and leisure study programmes 1(i) Develop employable young people: increase the number of students gaining sport and leisure qualifications to contribute to an expanding workforce in the sport and leisure sector. 1(ii) Develop learners to progress to Higher Education: increase the number of College sport and leisure qualifications that are entry routes to HE. 1(iii) Improve the quality of the curriculum offer through continuous professional development of College staff and improved links to employers. 1(iv) Support community provision: enhance the curriculum through quality placements in schools, clubs, community settings and through leisure employers, and create partnerships and enhance community links. Page 3 Support to use the new Towards Outstanding national standards within Self Assessment Reports to drive improvement. Provide specific examples of the national standards in practice, such as assessment and observations, or English and maths are developed through sport. Provide advice, guidance and resource materials to College curriculum leaders in conjunction with SkillsActive, including: Delivery of a national conference in January 2014 on sport study programmes, progression, awarding body products. Production of resource material and guidance notes relating to developments in the curriculum. Consultation with employers/use of SkillsActive employer networks to identify Labour Market Intelligence and new skills required by the sector. Create and facilitate a new national planning/advisory group, to report to the Portfolio Group responsible for discussing new developments relating to sport study programmes and progression of sport students, and recommending speakers/ topics for Head of Sport network groups. Support the Beacon Award for Sport, using previous applications to share experiences to enable other to improve provision. Facilitate and contribute national updates to the nine regional curriculum/heads of sport networks, in partnership with the regional offices. Further recognise the good practice of quality training providers, encouraging more to consider endorsement by SkillsActive. Develop a number of placement opportunities for students and apprentices within. Actions for: networks/ regions Expand the Heads of Sport networks to include more and a greater number of external speakers at each event. Ensure each network agenda is suitable for and aimed at senior managers and curriculum leaders/faculty heads. Improve the links and partnership working with employer networks, working with employers to identify LMI and skills needs, supporting member to supply an appropriately trained and skilled workforce and deliver training to existing employees in the sector. Receive regular updates from awarding bodies regarding new opportunities. Identify small to medium sized employers in the region to grow the number of sports Apprenticeships available. Collate good practice examples of NGBs and CSPs working successfully with the College sector to improve provision of relevant qualifications and work placements in the industry. Increase the quality, range and variety of courses offered (measured through annual sport survey). Increase the number of learners on sports apprenticeships (measured through annual sport survey). Nine regional networks established and embedded, with effective partnership links with CSPs and NGBs, and increased attendance at both the Heads of Sport networks and operational groups. Regional operations groups/ N/A Use the new Towards Outstanding national standards and examples to review provision, support SARs and contribute to cross-college sport strategies. Maintain knowledge of current issues for sport in through attendance at regional Heads of Sport network, relevant sub regional groups, and through industry briefings and newsletters. Consider applying for recognised awards and endorsement (e.g. Beacon Award, SkillsActive quality framework), to support self assessment and improvement planning. Utilise relevant employability qualifications such as Apprenticeships and deliver them in partnership with employers. Work with community sport partners to identify potential employers and placements within the area through which to enhance the student learning experience. Provide a mix of relevant qualifications that are recognised by HE, to ensure young people have the confidence and knowledge of what is required at HE. Support the skills of those young people who want to gain part time employment to support themselves through HE. This may be through providing the opportunity to access short courses that are entry routes into the sector (e.g. lifeguarding, coaching courses). Work with community sport partners to identify potential employers and placements within the area through which to enhance the student learning experience.

4 Strategic area 2: Sport placements, work experience, leadership coaching and volunteering 2(i) Develop partnerships with CSPs and NGBs and identify funding to increase the number of qualified coaches, officials and administrators in specific sports, according to local need. 2(ii) Produce effective deployment plans so that students are given appropriate industry training and quality placements. Provide examples of how can use the Towards Outstanding national standards and self assessment to improve provision of leadership, volunteering and coaching opportunities. Work with at least five NGBs to extend their support for activators and leaders and in developing programmes to facilitate student-led sport, including O2 touch (RFU) and Indoor24 (English Cricket Board). Extend links and partnership working with key national organisations such as Sports Coach UK and Sports Leaders UK. Encourage College staff to make links with CSP staff responsible for coaching. Work with the Child Protection in Sport Unit to develop support for on safeguarding, especially for use in training and supporting Student Management Teams. Produce new guidance for when delivering student-led sport, including advice on legal aspects and supervision Encourage NGBs and CSPs to provide relevant qualifications and quality work placements for sport students. Recruit student volunteers for the National Youth Council, and develop the nine Regional Youth Councils further and the Team Nineteen SMT. Deliver a series of events under the Lead Further banner, including regional conferences, a national event, and Lead Further week January 2014 and further develop the Lead Further website. Encourage to establish Student Management Teams, providing training to and more examples of how student support can be offered in different College contexts. Train and deploy new student volunteers at regional and national events. networks/ regions Support the establishment and development of the Regional Youth Council. Investigate partnership projects between and with community partners to ensure that students are provided with effective deployment opportunities both inside and outside the College environment. Explore best practice in use of student activators in sports development projects. Regional operations groups/ Support development of volunteering programmes. Deliver regional events. Establish Regional Youth Council and encourage to establish Student Management Teams, providing training to and more examples of how student support can be offered in different College contexts. Train and deploy new student volunteers at regional and national events. Increase the % of students actively involved in leadership and volunteering, from the current rate of 4% measured through annual sport survey. Work with CSPs and NGBs to support relevant coaching/leadership qualifications where they are fundable from a range of sources. Make use of student volunteers within College to expand the number of participation and competition opportunities. Sign up to NGB and volunteering programmes for specific initiatives. Establish Student Management Teams or other methods of supporting student volunteering. Select sports based on student demand and promote and implement intra College sport programme as appropriate to student demand. Make contact with School Games officers to discuss use of student volunteers in school competitions and programmes. Produce nine case studies reporting good practice in recruitment and deployment of volunteers, including the use of volunteers within School Games networks. Increase the % of with SMTs, from the current number of 44% (measured through sport survey). Regional volunteering targets: nine youth councils and nine volunteering conferences. Page 4

5 Strategic area 3: Extra curricular sport: sport specific sessions and competition 3(i) Increase the number and range of opportunities for students to participate and improve in specific sports through the provision of quality coaching. 3(ii) Increase the number of students competing in intra and inter College events through maintaining and expanding the range of opportunities. 3(iii) Contribute to NGB Whole Sport Plans, targets for 16+ participation programmes and competition pathways. 3(iv) Develop partnerships between existing organisations that run competitions to ensure a unified approach to competition planning that reduced duplication and fills gaps. Continue to audit local competitive opportunities and undertake a programme of rationalising leagues and competitions. Aim to ensure an effective calendar and minimise duplication with a view to bringing the full range into one umbrella organisation and aligning opportunities to NGB competition frameworks. Implement the Competition framework six categories of competition. Co-ordinate the regional tournaments and deliver another successful national championships. Run nine new and existing national events: a minimum of one in each region at a performance/elite level. Run regional events at participation/recreation level in the nine regions in four sports. Run a second annual College Sport Week, bringing together national cup and plate finals to celebrate and promote College sport. Seek to raise investment from a number of sources for inter College competition. Demonstrate how extra curricular sport can contribute to teaching and learning and encourage to use the new Towards Outstanding national standards for self assessment in nonsport departments. Work with NGBs that are either new to the sector or are developing their offer for FE and Sixth Form. Continue to support NGBs that are already working in the sector to deliver their Whole Sport Plan targets. Work with Sport England to ensure that new College Sport Maker posts are incorporated into existing College sport networks. Work with Sport England, the Youth Sport Trust and CSPn regarding local level post-16 competition, to clarify the involvement of in School Games and the links between School Games and programmes. Support in raising investment from a number of sources for inter College competition. networks/ regions Explore ideas for regional projects (potentially for a new Activation Fund application or other source of external funding) which seek to develop inter College co-operation and increase the number of opportunities for intra and inter College competition. Ensure that one meeting per year includes engagement opportunities between and NGB representatives. Regional operations groups/ Ensure that leaders/volunteers/student activators and student management teams are involved in the organisation and administration of events, festivals and competitions. Work with CSPs in the region to coordinate local competitions run by external organisations to ensure that they can become integrated into the calendar and sustained long term. Deliver a programme of regional tournaments. Use the Towards Outstanding national standards to focus provision for extra curricular programmes. Provide a diverse and high quality enrichment and extra curricular programme that is responsive to the needs of the student community, provides opportunities to compete at a range of levels, and is reflective of gender/ethnicity and disability in all activities. Explore internal and external funding sources to appoint non-teaching sport development staff and ensure the extra curricular programme is delivered by skilled and appropriately trained staff. Develop and strengthen links with CSPs to ensure access funding such as Sportivate to provide more formal coaching sessions and encourage students to join clubs. Increase the number of students involved in intra and inter College competition, measured by data and sport survey. Intra and inter College competition target set in conjunction with NGBs. Competition audit completed in each region and further progress on bringing competitive organisations together. Relationships developed with NGBs (target for Sport England funding). Page 5

6 Strategic area 4: Extra curricular sport: Specialist coaching, training and pathways to excellence 4(i) Increase the number of effective links to community clubs. 4(ii) Ensure an inclusive planned programme of talent identification and support to elite athletes which is compatible with NGB programmes. Deliver elite leagues in four sports: basketball, football, netball and rugby union. Provide coaching and matches for representative teams in four sports, promoting their activities. Identify elite/team GB or international player /athletes who are currently studying at College or have recently left. Develop a sponsorship programme. Increase the number of Ambassadors (former elite athletes that attended College) and opportunities for them to visit events/meetings /conferences. Further develop the Towards Outstanding national standards for College talent programmes, seeking to identify and promote best practice in identifying, supporting and further developing talented and elite athletes. Devise a communication plan for promotion of elite players as role models to raise the profile of. Collect evidence of the value of initiatives such as the AASE programme and Sports Academies and their impact on cross-college priorities. Work with NatSpec, EFDS and National Disability Sport Organisations to ensure that disabled students are signposted to NGB talent pathways. networks/ region Work with CSPs to improve links with local clubs. Examine participation data to determine where there is opportunity for further work with NGBs on talent pathways. Identify best practice examples of Sport Academy provision and share these at network meetings. Regional operations groups/ Help increase the number of teams playing in the elite leagues. Identify good practice for promotion by and. Identify high performing athletes on enrolment and meet their sporting and educational development needs through flexible timetabling and other support mechanisms. Ensure that learners with talent have the opportunity to achieve their potential and represent their College, county, district, region or nation. Develop and promote former students/elite athletes/alumni to act as role models for current and future students. Performance of representative teams. Number of students participating in national competition (increase the current average of seven per College) measured by annual sport survey. Page 6

7 Strategic area 5: Enrichment: Encourage and sustain new participation, fitness and recreational activities 5(i) Encourage new participants by providing opportunities for those who are not currently active or have been put off sport at school. 5(ii) Encourage under-represented groups to take up new activities. 5(iii) Ensure that all activities are inclusive, taking account of specific needs of disability groups. Use Sport England Active People data and other data sources to monitor trends in participation of FE students, and begin development of a monitoring tool with Sport England. Support the second round of the FE Activation Fund to enable the distribution of the remaining 6m revenue support to. Work with Sport England to support training and development programmes for College Sport Makers, and ensure this is available to all sports development staff in all. Examine feasibility of new partnership projects with StreetGames, Dame Kelly Holmes Trust and CSPn to ensure that projects for year olds are coordinated, particularly when they include education as well as sporting outcomes for young people. Work with the National Association of Managers of Student Services to ensure that student services managers in are supported adequately and have all the resources they require to incorporate sport or physical activity programmes into. Produce and distribute case studies and advocacy material relating to the value of enrichment activities, including cost implications. Develop new partnerships with nontraditional sport NGBs that are popular in. Work with Sporting Equals on a new pilot project for black and minority ethnic students. Roll out the /EFDS training programmes for mainstream providers to deliver fully inclusive sport. Promote findings from WSFF project to support in increasing female participation. Identify with potential to increase their participation programmes and develop teams to join leagues, and support the transition from recreational participation to competition. Support to deliver NGB participation products leading to inter College competitions Work with CSPs and NGBs to ensure that local participation festivals have a link to or directly feed into leagues and ongoing competition. Identify opportunities for new sports to enter the competition framework. networks/ regions Ensure members of the network are aware of other funding opportunities for participation and recreational activities. Look at training needs regarding inclusive sport opportunities. Work with CSPs to support sub regional sport development networks. 8m Activation Fund successfully awarded. A training programme in place for CSMs and other sport development staff. New reporting tool in place linked to CSM posts. At least two partnership projects developed and evaluated with national partners. Regional operations groups/ Work with CSPs to identify opportunities to run new festivals/recreational events, which will lead to new recreational inter College competition, linked to programmes. Ensure all College sport development staff, including Sport England funded posts, are aware of the inter College competition programme as an exit route for new participants. Identify specific members of staff to work across College with all departments, to identify student demand for particular activities, and organise activities to fit in with their specific timetables. Provide specific recreational opportunities to staff and adult learners as well as those aged Ensure staff are trained to take account of specific disability needs and can provide inclusive activities or signpost students to specific provision Page 7

8 Strategic area 6: Enrichment: Healthy lifestyles 6(i) Work within the Healthy FE programme to make the health and wellbeing of staff and students an integral part of all aspects of College life. 6(ii) Promote physical activity and a healthy lifestyle through information and marketing encouraging staff and students make active life and travel choices. 6(iii) Decrease the number of students who are currently inactive. Examine the evidence base for financial savings resulting from Healthy College initiatives, and promote to all. Continue to work within the DH Responsibility Deal networks, sharing good practice and formulating new public and private sector partnerships. Work with NGBs, particularly cycling, swimming and the Exercise, Movement and Dance Partnership, to examine how wellbeing and fitness based initiatives can be introduced across. Investigate the value of health-related programmes, websites and resources in, for example pedometers, schemes to monitor fitness levels, and web-based student advice and wellbeing services, and how these programmes might be used in. Attend national Healthy FE strategic group meetings and continue regular liaison with NIACE. networks/ regions N/A Provision of tutorials to inform students about health issues and activities available. Conduct ongoing discussions with CSPs/community partners relating to various health initiatives such as partnerships with leisure centres to promote use of gyms, cycling/walking initiatives, Change4Life clubs etc. Create links between the regional sports networks and the regional Healthy College/Student Services networks to discuss areas of joint working. Number of with a healthy College policy in place for staff and learners (Healthy FE KPI H3): increase on 2011/12 figure of 31% of. Regional operations groups/ N/A Consult with non-participants to understand demand and what activities should be offered. Develop good communication links with Student Services Managers as part of the cross-college sport and physical activity strategy. Work with Student Services on the development of new programmes and activities based on student demand. Plans agreed with at least two NGBs regarding health-related programmes. Page 8

9 Strategic area 7: Community sport and facilities 7(i) Improve facility provision and increase student and staff access to quality facilities either on or off the College site, ensuring are included in multi-agency facility plans. 7(ii) Increase the number and quality of College links with CSPs, NGBs, LAs and community clubs. 7(iii) to become embedded in the community sport landscape. Conduct a detailed facility audit to assess provision and gaps across in England, used to direct future opportunities and planning. Support in funding bids for facility development. Ensure all nine strategic groups continue to operate and are fully supported. Update and distribute advice to on mechanisms for opening up facilities to community use and maximising investment into future facility needs. Ensure a greater proportion of are integrated within CSP networks and benefitting from CSP advice and guidance. Monitor gaps in facility development. Advise and other organisations on the facility needs for competitive sport. Support to develop links with sponsoring bodies and community sport organisations. networks/ regions Identify facility gaps and seek to raise awareness of the quality of the facility base. Encourage to submit bids for various funding sources. Work with CSPs to support that do not have access to staff who are free to develop external partnerships. Discuss NGB facility priorities and identify that may be able to contribute to NGB plans. Regional operations groups/ Advise Head of Sport networks on facility gaps and needs for local and regional events. Discuss club link schemes and ensure all have access to funding streams on College-club-community links. Assess opportunities to improve facility stock at the College and contact CSP and local authority to discuss how the College facilities can be incorporated into local facility plans. Develop links with community clubs to provide an exit route for student participants and leaders. The regional strategic groups are embedded and operating effectively, included CSP representation. Key relationships improved with community sport partners and national organisations 60% of working with their CSP, 100% of CSPs including on networks and distribution lists. Increase the number of with facilities with community use current numbers measured through survey: 15% of have a facility that is open to community. Page 9

10 Cross-cutting areas: Planning, improving standards, research, communication and reporting Encourage to use the Towards Outstanding national standards to guide self assessment and improvement planning, to cement the place of extra curricular sport, competition, enrichment programmes and community links. Production of updates to strategy including annual report. Strategy guidance to and promotion of examples of best practice. Deliver workshops to help develop their own holistic sport strategy, and ensure that sport has a place in the corporate priorities of the College. Facilitation of and contribution to nine regional strategic groups and nine Heads of Sport networks. Specific communications to who are not yet engaged with the College sport system. Explore other funding sources for priority areas including sponsorship and grant aid opportunities. Raise profile and awareness of College sport: further updates and newsletters to partners, distribute sport key facts and annual reports. Undertake and promote further research that quantifies the benefits of being involved in sport and physical activity (either as participants, organisers, volunteers, coaches or technical support) in terms of its contribution to achievement and progression to HE or employment. Strengthen the College sport networks at regional and sub regional level, working to ensure that curriculum leaders, sport development staff and others have an effective voice and can share good practice and meet community partners. Work with Sport England to support new sport development staff and integrate College Sport Makers and Activation Fund projects into the College sport system, providing training opportunities and working to sustain new posts in the long term. Production of national annual report to the sector/external agencies. Production of regional reports. Analysis of data on intra and inter College sport participants. Production of newsletters and updates to website. Organisation and delivery of nine regional operational groups. Make use of range of communication methods including social media to promote good practice and share information. Explore other funding sources for priority areas including sponsorship and grant aid opportunities. Develop role of Regional Operations groups. Develop role of Sport Management Committees in conjunction with NGBs in targeted sports. networks/ regions Consider the production of a regional plan for College sport, in conjunction with regional partner organisations. Increase the number of with cross-cutting sport and physical activity strategies from current rate of 42% (measured by sport survey). To achieve 90% satisfaction ratings (evaluated good, very good or excellent) for all events and network meetings. Regional operations groups/ Regional Co-ordinators Develop and promote a regional calendar of competitions. Develop partnerships with regional organisations with a view to increasing sponsorship and promotion of College sport. Senior managers and staff in Local promotion and publicity. Work with marketing/pr departments in College to ensure that sport is included in generic College marketing material. To produce at least two sport briefings per month throughout the year, plus annual reports demonstrating success and areas for improvement. Page 10 At least 25% of to have made use of the Towards Outstanding national standards framework (measured by sport survey 2014).

11 Summary of targets Strategic area Key targets 2013/14 Ownership Strategic area 1: Sport and leisure study programmes Increase the quality, range and variety of courses offered (measured through annual sport survey). Increase the number of learners on sports Apprenticeships (measured through annual sport survey). Nine regional networks established and embedded, with effective partnership links with CSPs and NGBs, and increased attendance at both the Heads of Sport networks and the operational groups. Strategic area 2: Sport placements, work experience, leadership, coaching and volunteering Increase the % of students actively involved in leadership and volunteering, from the current rate of 4% measured through annual participation survey. Produce nine case studies reporting good practice in recruitment and deployment of volunteers, including use of volunteers within School Games networks. Increase the % of with SMTs, from the current rate of 44% (measured through survey). Regional volunteering targets nine Youth Councils and nine volunteering conferences. Strategic area 3: Extra curricular sport: sports specific sessions and competition Increase the number of students involved in intra and inter College competition (measured by data and sport survey). Intra and inter College competition targets set in conjunction with NGBs. Competition audit completed in each region and further progress on bringing competitive organisations together. Relationships developed with NGBs (target for Sport England funding). Strategic area 4: Extra curricular sport: specialist coaching, training and pathways to excellence Performance of representative teams. Number of students participating in national competition (increase the current average of seven per College) measured by annual sport survey. Strategic area 5: Enrichment: Encourage and sustain new participation, fitness and recreational activities 8m Activation Fund successfully awarded. A training programme in place for CSMs and other sport development staff. Use Sport England Active People data to monitor trends in participation of FE students. New reporting tool linked to CSM posts. At least two partnership projects developed and evaluated with national partners. Strategic area 6: Enrichment: Healthy lifestyles Number of with a Healthy College policy in place for staff and learners (Healthy FE KPI H3): increase on 2011/12 figure of 31% of. Plans agreed with at least two NGBs regarding health-related programmes. Strategic area 7: Community sport and facilities The regional strategic groups are embedded and operating effectively, included CSP representation. Key relationships improved with community sport partners and national organisations 60% of working with their CSP, 100% of CSPs including on networks and distribution lists. Increase the number of with facilities with community use. Current numbers measured through survey: 15% of have some facility that is open to community. Cross-cutting areas: Planning, improving standards, research, communication and reporting Increase the number of with cross-cutting sport and physical activity strategies from current rate of 42% (measured by sport survey). To achieve 90% satisfaction ratings (evaluated good, very good or excellent) for all events and network meetings. To produce at least two sport briefings per month throughout the year, plus annual reports demonstrating success and areas for improvement. At least 25% of to have used the Towards Outstanding national standards framework (measured by sport survey). Page 11

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