Manchester City Council Report for Resolution. A report on Young People, Sport and Active Lifestyles

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1 Manchester City Council Report for Resolution Report to: Subject: Report of: Young People and Children Scrutiny Committee - 15 December 2015 A report on Young People, Sport and Active Lifestyles Director of Education and Skills Summary This report provides information relating to Sport and Active Lifestyles provision for young people, focusing largely on school based activity. There are examples of outstanding sporting success amongst Manchester s schools and individual pupils which is described in this report. Sport is widely seen by schools as a key vehicle to support whole school improvement in both Primary and Secondary schools. However, despite investment through schemes such as the Primary Premium and the Healthy Schools Initiative, pupil health remains a concern. The most recent statistics demonstrate that at reception year 24% of Manchester children are overweight or obese, compared with 21.9% for England and at Year 6 in Manchester, 39.2% of children are overweight or obese compared with 33.2% for England. Whilst the health of young people is not solely the responsibility of schools, our education establishments can (and do) play a key role in the improvement of pupil health. Therefore to build on our schools sporting success and to tackle the poor health of many of our pupils, the Council is working directly with schools and a range of public, private and voluntary sector organisations to improve activity levels and therefore pupil health. This work is being channelled through the PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Strategy Board, which is chaired by the Director of Education and Skills and involves The Council, schools and strategic partners from Education, Health and Sport and Leisure Sectors. Recommendations To note and comment as appropriate on the contents of the report. Wards Affected: All Contact Officers: Name: John Edwards Position: Director of Education and Skills Telephone: Item 7 Page 1

2 Name: Fiona Worrall Position: Director Neighbourhood Focus Telephone: Name: Dave Regan Position: Director of Public Health Telephone: Name: Lee Preston Position: Sport and Leisure Lead Telephone: Name: Amanda Corcoran Position: Head of Education Strategy, Access and Inclusion Telephone: Name: Position: Amy Ashton Commissioning Manager - Children and young people's public health and healthy weight Telephone: Background documents (available for public inspection): The following documents disclose important facts on which the report is based and have been relied upon in preparing the report. Copies of the background documents are available up to 4 years after the date of the meeting. If you would like a copy please contact one of the contact officers above. Turning the tide on inactivity 2014 UK Active Report Greater Manchester Moving: The Blueprint for Physical Activity and Sport in Greater Manchester June 2015 Greatersport Item 7 Page 2

3 1.0 Introduction 1.1 This report updates the Young People and Children s scrutiny committee on the provision of Sport and Active Lifestyles available for young people in Manchester schools. The report also recognises the role of parks and other sport and leisure facilities, the network of organisations, including Schools, The Council, The Youth Sport Trust, Sport England and a host of other sports clubs, and public, private and third sector organisations that provide activity to young people. The report demonstrates the wealth of activity and support that is provided to schools to encourage a healthy culture amongst young people. 1.2 A PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Strategy Board chaired by the Director of Education and Skills is bringing together strategic partners form Education, Health and Sport to coordinate efforts and develop a new strategic plan to improve outcomes for young people through Sport and Active Lifestyles. 1.3 This approach is helping to challenge the way PE, School Sport and Physical Activity for young people is governed, administered and delivered in Manchester and one that is setting the scene for a new joined up approach. 1.4 Young People can access a wealth of activity within the school curriculum and beyond the school day, which is largely high quality. Manchester schools, especially secondary schools now boast excellent sports facilities that encourage participation along with a well skilled workforce who are both directly and indirectly employed by the school. However, many primary schools lack high quality sports facilities and teaching staff regularly advise that they lack subject specific knowledge to effectively teach Sport and Activity. To combat this, primary schools rely heavily on external organisations, coaches and instructors. 2.0 Child Population Data 2.1 A key challenge for schools when considering sport and active lifestyles provision for young people, is the significant growth in the School population. The total school age population has increased by 21% since In 2009, there were 64,026 pupils on roll, which has increased to a total of 77,490. From 2014 to 2015 there has been an increase of 3,347 pupils in Manchester schools. This significant and rapid recent growth in the population of school age children is presenting a challenge for the City to meet an increased demand year on year. 3.0 Pupil Health and Activity Context 3.1 A UK Active report Turning the tide on inactivity 2014 shows a relationship between high levels of inactivity and high numbers of premature adult deaths. This is in line with a separate study published in the health journal, The Lancet, which cited inactivity as the cause of 17% of premature deaths in the UK. The millennium cohort study, the first UK-wide study of children s objectively measured physical activity found that only half of 7 year olds are Item 7 Page 3

4 meeting the Chief Medical Officer s physical activity guidelines, with girls being significantly less likely to meet the daily guidelines (38%) than boys (63%). 3.2 The study revealed that half of all UK 7-yearolds are sedentary for 6.4 hours or more each day. Objectively measured physical activity data obtained in a regional study between 2003 and 2005 indicates that a large majority of children aged 11 are not active enough. Only 2.5% (boys 5.1%, girls 0.4%) did more than the recommended 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical each day, with activity levels varying seasonally. 3.3 The situation seems to get even worse as children enter their teens with just over one in ten girls at age 14 currently meeting official guidelines for physical activity; this is half the number of boys at the same age. It is recommended that children have at least 60 minutes of moderate activity a day, with vigorous activity on at least three days a week. Currently only 21% of boys and 16% of girls in England achieve this. Further research carried out by the Youth Sport Trust revealed that children born today are on course to be 35% less active by 2030 (compared to 1961 levels) and 1 in 3 children who leave primary school are obese or overweight. 3.4 Childhood obesity is linked to an increased risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, glucose intolerance and changes to the heart. This has long term effects on the health of the population in the city. The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) collects weight and height measurements of a sample of children in reception class (aged 4 to 5 years) and year 6 (aged 10 to 11 years). Body Mass Index (BMI) can be calculated from these measurements and then categorised as underweight, overweight or obese if it lies outside of the range considered normal. In 2014/15, 24% of reception aged children in Manchester were categorised as overweight or obese according to their BMI, compared to 21.9% for England. In year % of children are overweight or obese in Manchester, compared to 33.2% in England. It is encouraging that this year (2014/15) the overall figures are down slightly on last year, and also that Reception figures are the lowest they have been since the national child measurement programme began. Although the latest figures are encouraging, many challenges still remain in tackling childhood obesity in Manchester. 3.5 The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) for Children and Young People in Manchester is currently being updated to include more detailed information about physical activity, amongst other topics. 4.0 Manchester s Health Improvement Service for Children and Young People: Healthy Schools 4.1 Manchester Health Improvement Service for Children and Young People delivers Manchester s Healthy Schools Programme. This programme supports schools to adopt a whole school approach to improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people, by encouraging and supporting schools to contribute to key public health priorities for the city, including physical activity. Item 7 Page 4

5 4.2 Healthy schools identifies, creates and develops physical activity resources, interventions, policies and training, for use by all mainstream schools in Manchester, in order to improve the physical activity levels and health and well-being of Manchester children. 4.3 The Healthy Schools team are working to a new model of delivery. This new model emphasizes how the different themes of the programme work together to provide a holistic model that meets the needs of children and young people in this generation (see figure 1). Figure 1: The new Healthy Schools Programme delivery model: 4.4 The new Healthy Schools model includes the mental and emotional health and wellbeing theme at the centre of delivery. Mental and emotional health and wellbeing is at the centre of all other themes because the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) advises that primary and secondary schools should be supported to adopt a comprehensive, whole school approach to promoting the social and emotional wellbeing of children and young people because this affects all aspects of the child s life, and influences all other health behaviours, including participation in physical activity. 5.0 Change4life Programme 5.1 The Change4life Programme is delivered through the School Games programme (Nationally funded by the Department for Health and delivered by Item 7 Page 5

6 the YST), Manchester received the opportunity for 57 Manchester Primary Schools, that were engaged in the Healthy Schools Programme, to participate in a new Change 4 Life Physical Activity/Sports Club programme. This programme was included as part of The Council s Healthy Weight Strategy and the National Healthy Lives, Healthy People: A call to action on obesity in England, which was launched in October 2011 to tackle obesity in the UK. 5.2 Schools were identified and selected from the National Child Measurement Programme statistics as being in an area of high obesity prevalence and/or highlighted Physical Activity as a target for Healthy Schools. The Council contributed funding to this programme, in order to provide coaching to each school that was identified to implement a club. The coaching supported the schools to set up and begin delivering the clubs and developed the skills of the school staff to enable them to sustain the clubs internally, once the coaching sessions were complete. 5.3 The programme is being delivered in partnership with School Games, Manchester City Council Public Health team, Manchester Healthy Schools and Manchester Community Giants. A Change 4 Life Physical Activity/Sports Club is a school based activity programme and community based clubs within the school s local community. 5.4 To date, 86 school staff have received formal training delivered by School Games key partners and Youth Sport Trust, 57 equipment bags have been distributed to schools delivering a Change4life club and 59 clubs (43 are school based mainly targeted at years 1 and 2) have been established, received coaching and have been sustained. Further funding through MCC ward health plans has enabled 16 new clubs to be established and receive training, resources and coaching. A further 22 additional schools have expressed an interest in delivering a C4L Club in their school next term. 5.5 Each club accommodates approximately 15 young people, therefore the Change 4 Life programme is engaging a significant number of young people across the city of Manchester in a weekly physical activity programme. 6.0 OFSTED and the Primary Schools Premium 6.1 The PE and Sport premium is designed to help primary schools improve the quality of the PE and Sport activities schools offer their pupils. Nationally 450m is being invested by Government over the three academic years between 2013 and For Manchester schools this represents around 9,000 per school and totals around 1m per year for primary schools in Manchester. The investment is largely being used to deliver activity sessions for pupils and we are currently working with the YST to support primary schools to maximise the impact of this funding to support pupil health and well being. 6.2 County Sport Partnerships are responsible for measuring the impact of Primary Premium funding at a County Level, this includes investment into local monitoring and evaluation of school spend, with all schools tasked to develop Item 7 Page 6

7 and upload a school sport and physical activity plan on the schools website, to evidence how investment will be used, with spend allocated to teacher training and continuous provision development and to procure professional providers to raise the standard of PE and School Sport. 6.3 The New OFSTED Common Inspection Framework will focus more on the exercise and healthy eating of young people during their inspection visit. Nationally, Ofsted have been briefed about the Change 4 Life Clubs and will investigate their impact when visiting schools. 6.4 The latest guidance for the Primary School sport Premium focuses on the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity, therefore kick-starting healthy lifestyles. 6.5 To measure impact of primary premium funding, all Manchester schools were requested to complete a survey to outline how the funding was prioritised to raise standards in PE and School Sport. Of the 26 schools that submitted the primary premium survey, the following impact was achieved: 705 additional coaches deployed to support the delivery of School Sport, representing 35% of total budget. 525 school staff received professional learning to improve knowledge and skills and sustain the deliver high quality PE and School Sport. 380 specialist teachers deployed to support the delivery of PE. 265 additional health activities delivered to engage inactive pupils and develop healthier lifestyles 90 new extra curricular sport clubs on school sites. 6.6 The investment was also utilised to purchase new school sport equipment and transport to access OAA activities and competition. This research does not provide clear outcomes of delivery, but does outline that funding has been spent appropriately to extend opportunities for our pupils to raise standards in PE and School Sport. 7.0 School Sport Competition Manchester Schools have become national champions in Basketball (St Matthew s RCHS and St Peter s RCHS) Football (Our Lady s RCHS) and Cheerleading (Our Lady's and St. Francis). Furthermore our Secondary Schools achieved a record medal haul of 69 medals at the GM School Games. This school success is mirrored at individual athlete level with outstanding success being achieved amongst pupils with some becoming national champions in their sport Success has also been measured by the growth in participation in school sport, with Manchester school pupils participation levels higher than each of the other 9 local authorities of Greater Manchester. This level of participation provides pupils with the foundation to achieve and enjoy sport at their own level, with a pathway in place to support talent development. Item 7 Page 7

8 7.1 Sainsbury's School Games The Sainsbury's School Games is a national programme managed by Youth Sport Trust (YST). Over 128m of Lottery and Government funding is being invested to support the development of school competition and school sport clubs. Four levels of competition exists as part of the national competition framework, Level 1 within schools, Level 2 between schools, Level 3 amongst GM Schools and Level 4 National Competition for UK s most talented individual athletes representing England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland in identified sports The Council directly supports the delivery of Level 1 and Level 2 competitions and works in partnership with Manchester s School Games Organisers and County Sport Partnership (Greatersport) to host and deliver Level 3 events in Manchester s Commonwealth Games and community sport facilities The Level 3 Greater Manchester School Games saw over 1800 participants and 300 volunteers attend on Tuesday 7th July 2015, either taking part or helping out in 1 of 14 sports, making it one of the largest School Games events in the country. 243 students from Manchester formed 29 different teams from 21 different schools. A further 50 Manchester students formed part of the School Games Crew our young volunteers who help make the event possible. Four dance teams (around 60 individuals) from Manchester Schools also performed at the opening ceremony At the event, 6 teams became Greater Manchester champions: A further 7 teams won medals and all the above teams all qualified through Manchester School Games level 2 events. 8.0 Individual Athlete Case Study 8.1 Along with school success, individual pupils are also achieving national recognition. One such St Peter s RC HS pupil from Moston, who has come through the Council s Athletics development programme, is widely regarded as an outstanding talent with significant prospects of success. A 16 year old sprinter for Sale Harriers Manchester specialises in 60m, 100m and 200m and already at such a young age, his list of achievements include: English Schools 200m Champion 2013 / 2014 / 2015 Ranked number 2 on the all time list for the Under15's 200m indoor Ranked number 3 on the all time list for the Under15's 60m 9.0 MCR Active Schools Programme 9.1 The Council s Sport & Leisure Service has recently undertaken a review of sport provision provided to schools, that involved school audits, consultations, identification of priorities and understanding service impact. The outcome of that review concluded the following: Item 7 Page 8

9 The sporting offer to schools was confusing with so many providers in the market place and limited measured impact. The offer lacked any formal accreditation. There was a lack of a single platform for coordination and therefore a limited overview of what children in Manchester schools were accessing. There was a disparity in cost and quality of delivery from a whole range of different providers. There was a lack of a clear central strategy, identity and message for Manchester schools. 9.2 This review influenced the creation of the Council s new MCR Active Schools Service ( This service, administered by the Council s Sport and Leisure Services provides a new coordinated offer to Manchester s Schools. This includes a new quality assurance framework that includes an approved sport and physical activity providers list, aiming to support the delivery of high quality PE and School Sport. 9.3 The Active Schools service has been designed to manage and administer school sport and physical activity services on behalf of schools. The service will aim to build a quality workforce, reduce costs to schools, and deliver a range of outcomes to support whole school improvement. 9.4 The MCR Active Schools Service has been designed around 4 pillars of provision, including: Active Education - Professional development of school teachers / staff Active Sports - Development of fundamental movement and sport specific skills Active Adventures - Development of leadership, communication and confidence through outdoor adventurous activities Active Lifestyle - Targeted programme focused on engaging inactive young people and changing lifestyles through education and activation 9.5 Since its initial launch in September schools have already become MCR Active Schools Members and are now commissioning sport and activity for their pupils. Already 1520 students are receiving activity at an average of 76 sessions per week. By coordinating and administering activity through a central system, schools can now access a number of member benefits including: Access to Tickets and Activation Programmes at 30 Manchester Major Sport Events. Discounted rates at all Eastland Trust Centres and School Sport Programmes. FREE places on National Governing Body Teacher Training Courses. FREE places on National Governing Body Leadership Courses. Discounted Youth Sport Trust membership. Development of School Clubs Links and access to Free Club Vouchers. Item 7 Page 9

10 Access to National Governing Body Programmes, Events and Initiatives. Active School Impact Report. Access to Active Schools Website. Strategic Facility Development Advice and Support School Swimming Service 10.1 The Council s School Swimming Service is currently being highlighted as a model of good practice nationally by Sport England. Currently, 8,500 year 4 pupils (aged 8/9) are taught to swim each week in one of our community swimming pools. Significant success has been achieved over recent years and the team has increased the National Curriculum pass rate (pupils who can swim unaided for 25m) from 54% to 81% over the past 6 years. This is a major achievement as a high percentage of the 8500 pupils that attend the programme over the year have never previously been to a swimming pool Outdoor Adventurous Activity (OAA) 11.1 OAA remains a Physical Education Programme of Study as part of the national curriculum. The Council s two Outdoor Education Centres are Debdale Outdoor Centre (Gorton) and Ghyll Head (Windermere). Both are used by Manchester Schools and for example at Debdale, last year saw the centre accessed by 23 Primary, 11 Secondary and 5 groups from the PRU s. This resulted in 1320 pupils taking part in sailing, canoeing, raft building, windsurfing, orienteering, mountain biking, climbing and problem solving Teachers Continued Professional Development (CPD) 12.1 The training and development of teaching staff is of paramount importance to ensure a culture of physical activity, sport and health is developed in all schools. Recent consultation with Primary teachers highlighted that the largest single barrier for the development of PE and Sport in primary schools is a lack of subject specific knowledge and therefore the confidence to teach the subject effectively. Therefore primary schools either procure external providers to deliver sport specific sessions, or only provide extra curricular sports and activities that they are confident to deliver To address this and to remove barriers and support the sustainability of school sport in Manchester schools, Manchester Teaching Schools, The Manchester PE CPD Board, School Games Organisers and Manchester City Council work in partnership to engage National Governing Bodies of sport (NGBs) and other providers to provide teacher training courses In a recent NGB CPD pilot programme in 6 initial sports (Pop Lacrosse, Tag- Rugby, Quicksticks Hockey, Basketball, Kwik-Cricket and Football), courses were provided to interested teachers to support schools to lead in house activity. To date, 116 staff have attended, with representation from 44 schools across Manchester. Delegates were encouraged to contact the course tutor, to arrange any further Professional Learning required. NGBs also provided details of local clubs to support school clubs links and increase participation of Item 7 Page 10

11 children in community sport. Evidence collated to date suggests that staff who attended feel much more confident in their teaching skills and are now able to introduce the sport as an after school club Furthermore, new competitions were established following the CPD programme in the above sports and 56 schools are taking part in separate Year 4/5 and Year 5/6 football leagues pilot for this academic year and 72 more teams have taken part in the other sports equating to 432 more children being exposed to competitive school sport in just 4 sports. The figure is based on a conservative average of 6 children per squad In addition, Manchester Schools have trained and deployed the highest number of young leaders from across Greater Manchester area. This has resulted in 100's of young people accessing a high quality sporting experience with training to develop skills to coordinate and support the delivery of competitions and events Manchester Special School 13.1 Schools follow an alternative PE Curriculum and engage in school sport outside of the curriculum. The Specialist School PE Network meet 3 times a year to share good practice and to deliver the competition calendar. The competition calendar aims to deliver pathways in sport linking to regional & National competition along with festivals offering the first taste of sport Parks and other Sport and Active Lifestyles Provision 14.1 Approximatly 70% of all sports facilities nationally can be found on school sites. In addition however, Manchester has a wealth of facilities that are available for use by young people to that encourage an active lifestyle and participation in sport Manchester has 41 junior grass football pitches, 170 full size grass pitches, 16 full size artificial grass pitches, 5 junior rugby pitches, 11 full size Rugby Union Pitches, 6 Rugby League pitches, 18 softball pitches, 142 outdoor tennis courts, 3 synthetic athletics tracks, 2 Gaelic Football Pitches, 5 standard golf courses, 20 grass cricket pitches, 6 lacrosse pitches, 32 Rounders pitches, many of which are located in Manchester 160 parks. Furthermore, the city also has 43 sports halls, 24 squash courts, 9 indoor tennis courts, 26 swimming pools (public and private), Regional Gymnastics Centre and the National Cycling Centre (BMX, Velodrome, Mountain Bike Trails) amongst its facilities provision accessed by young people Whilst schools and indoor sport and leisure facilities provide significant opportunity for participation in sport and to lead an active lifestyle, Manchester s parks are also a hive of activity. A new parks strategy is currently in development and a new Active Parks campaign is being developed to be launched in the New Year. Running, Walking, Cycling, Football, Cricket and Tennis are extremely popular activities amongst residents and officers are working to continue to improve parks facilities as Item 7 Page 11

12 evident through projects such as in Alexandra Park. Programmes such as Park Run, Skyride, Parklives are all encouraging more residents to lead a healthy lifestyles. And in addition the 100 s of sports clubs (many of which are park based) continue to provide opportunities for participation in sport Conclusion 15.1 Young People s Health and Activity Levels is not the sole responsibility of schools; it is something for all, including families and young people themselves, as well as all schools and all agencies involved in the lives of young people The provision of sport and physical activity in schools today is strong especially around school competition, however more can be done to ensure the offer is high quality, accredited, links to the wider universal offer and is used to build a culture of health and activity within the school, amongst staff and pupils alike It is essential however that provision is meaningful to those pupils who historically have been turned off by sport and PE and school sport. Getting the inactive active will need to be a sustained and continued focus of the next period and the sectors of Health, Education and Sport and Leisure should work collaboratively to ensure efforts are coordinated and outcomes maximised Work is underway to ensure that Sport and Activity provision for young people in schools is directly connected to wider community sport and physical activity provision for young people. Priorities for young people are reflected in the recommendations in other key strategic plans; for example for swimming pools, sports halls and playing pitches. The emerging Parks strategy will also be essential in contributing to young people s healthy and active lifestyles beyond the school and within their local community. Item 7 Page 12

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