1 Creating a sporting habit for life A new youth sport strategy improving the quality of life for all
2 DCMS aims to improve the quality of life for all through cultural and sporting activities, support the pursuit of excellence, and champion the tourism, creative and leisure industries.
3 Foreword By Jeremy Hunt, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics Media and Sport Back in 2005, when Lord Coe and the rest of the bid team triumphed in Singapore, they did so with a simple promise: choose London and we will inspire a new generation to take up sport. Since then, the UK has been attempting something that no other host nation has achieved to harness the power of the Olympics and Paralympics to create a deep and lasting legacy of sports participation in every community. It is something that demands a strong political commitment reflected in our decision to increase sport s share of National Lottery funding to 20 per cent, and maintain investment in national governing bodies Whole Sport Plans. And it also demands a clear programme of activity to increase opportunities to play sport hence the 135 million support of community sport facilities and activity through Sport England s Places, People, Play programme, and the creation of a new School Games competition, which will bring the excitement and challenge of structured competitive sport to thousands of schools across the UK. Yet what we ve also learnt over the last six years is that there can be no plug and play sporting legacy from the Games. As recent figures show, the challenge is not simply to build sports facilities but to fill them; and not simply to provide a short-term burst of interest and excitement, but offer long-term pathways that help young people continue playing sport into adulthood. That is why, as 2012 begins, a new approach for England is needed a more rigorous, targeted and results-orientated way of thinking about grassroots sport, which focuses all our energies into reaching out to young people more effectively. This will continue in the years after London 2012 as we seek to capitalise and build upon a series of world-class events coming to these shores. By connecting sports clubs with schools and bringing sporting opportunities to people s doorsteps, we can convert the interest and excitement young people will feel this year into a lifelong commitment to sport. I am delighted that five of our biggest sports have pledged to lead the way in improving links between schools and their own clubs.
4 2 Creating a sporting habit for life We will bring a sharper sense of direction and purpose across the entire sporting family through payment-by-results: a collective discipline of building on what works, and discarding what doesn t. The most successful organisations will be rewarded; and those which don t deliver will see their funding reduced or removed. We know that building a more active sporting nation is a formidable challenge arguably the biggest we face in bringing the Games to this country but this new strategy provides us with the missing piece of the jigsaw. Our task now is to make good on the original promise that Seb and his team made in Singapore using London 2012 to inspire the nation and help young people in particular to start a sporting habit for life. Quite simply, we will never have a better chance to transform our sporting culture than in the months and years ahead. Together, we need to make the most of this once-in-a-generation opportunity. JEREMY HUNT Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics Media and Sport
5 Creating a sporting habit for life 3 A new youth sport strategy Inspiring a generation of young people to take up sport as a habit for life The London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games will captivate the country this summer, and the exploits of our elite athletes will inspire young people, encouraging many to get into sport, determined to emulate their heroes. However, whilst we know that mega-events and their immediate aftermath often cause a surge in short-term sporting activity, maintaining that enthusiasm for the long-term is much harder. The key to making the most of the Games, and delivering a long-term step change in the number of people who play sport, is to create a sporting habit amongst our young people that will last a lifetime. Since London won the right to stage the Games in 2005, participation rates amongst young people have fallen, with many of our major sports including Football, Tennis and Swimming seeing declines in the proportion of year olds regularly taking part. Whilst participation rates remain relatively high in school (where curriculum Physical Education (PE) is compulsory), when young people leave school the proportion who continue to play sport falls dramatically. The problem is starker for girls, with around only a third participating in sport at 18 compared to two-thirds of boys. We are particularly keen to deal with this issue. This new Youth Sport Strategy aims to increase consistently the number of young people developing sport as a habit for life. Over the next five years, Sport England will invest at least 1 billion of Lottery and Exchequer funding to help to ensure that young people are regularly playing sport and to break down the barriers that, until now, have prevented young people from continuing their interest in sport into their adult life. Sport England will work with schools, colleges and universities, as well as local County Sports Partnerships, the National Governing Bodies for sport, local authorities and the voluntary sector the people who know sport and young people best to improve the sporting offer that we make available to them. Creating a sporting habit for life We are seeking a consistent increase in the proportion of people regularly playing sport. In particular, we want to raise the proportion of year olds who play sport and to establish a lasting network of links between schools and sports clubs in local communities so that we keep young people playing sport up to and beyond the age of 25. We will do this in partnership with Sport England by: Building a lasting legacy of competitive sport in schools the School Games provides a framework for competitive school sport at school, district, county and
6 4 Creating a sporting habit for life national levels with lottery, public and private sector funding of over 150m secured until In addition, PE will remain a compulsory part of the National Curriculum. Improving links between schools and community sports clubs we will work with sports such as Football, Cricket, Rugby Union, Rugby League and Tennis to establish at least 6,000 partnerships between schools and local sports clubs by 2017 making it easier for young people to continue playing sport once they leave education. Our objective is that every secondary school and many primary schools will have links with at least one local club. In addition, every County Sport Partnership will have a dedicated officer responsible for making links between schools and community sports clubs in their local area. Working with the sports governing bodies: focusing on youth we will ask those sports governing bodies, where young people are the main participants, to spend around 60 per cent of their funding on activities that promote sport as a habit for life amongst young people. We will ensure that sports are completely focused on what they have to achieve, with payment by results including the withdrawal of funding from governing bodies that fail to deliver agreed objectives. The system will be wholly transparent. Investing in facilities a further 160m will be spent on new and upgraded sports facilities, on top of the 90m already invested via Sport England s Places, People, Play programme. This will include funding for the first time to allow schools to open up their sports facilities (three-quarters of all sports halls and a third of all swimming pools) to the public. Communities and the voluntary sector we will also work with local authorities, voluntary groups and others to make the broadest possible sporting offer to young people. Between now and 2017, over 50m will be made available in funds which will be open to well-run sports clubs (whether or not they are connected to an NGB), voluntary groups and others to provide an exciting and appealing sporting experience. Overall, we are investing over 250m in community aspects of this strategy.
7 Creating a sporting habit for life 5 Building a lasting legacy of competitive sport in schools The School Games The School Games provides a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport than ever before ( All schools will be given the opportunity to create a year-round sporting calendar, with around 30 sports available, specifically designed to get young people competing at intra-school and inter-school levels and culminating in local, regional and national events. In May 2012, the first School Games National Final will take place in the Olympic Park affording young people the incredible opportunity of competing at the venues just weeks before their Olympic and Paralympic heroes. We want all young people, of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, to be involved. All sports that are part of the School Games will have competition formats for the inclusion of disabled young people, meaning that nearly half the schools in England will offer competitive disability sport for the first time. There will also be a strong cultural element to the School Games, including opening and closing ceremonies, as well as opportunities for students to get involved through organisation, officiating or volunteering. Sport England, together with the Departments for Culture, Media and Sport, Health and Education are investing over 150m (both Exchequer and Lottery funding) in the School Games up to In addition, the School Games is being sponsored by Sainsbury s bringing in an additional 10m over the next four years alongside a variety of other private sector partners.
8 6 Creating a sporting habit for life CASE STUDY School Games During June and July 2011, nine regional areas held county festivals of sport (Level 3 of the School Games); in total over 9,000 young people aged 7-19 years took part representing over 850 schools. The Greater Manchester School Games which took place in July 2011, involved over 1,500 young people representing 200 primary, secondary and special schools taking part in 11 different sports including athletics, badminton, netball, tennis, volleyball and swimming. Over 250 student volunteers formed the School Games Crew helping to run and promote the events. The Games were opened at the Regional Athletics Arena, with guests including Jason Gardener MBE and Tim Loughton MP after which the 1,500 young people began a day of competition using some of Manchester s most prestigious 2002 Commonwealth Games facilities. Opening the Games, Tim Loughton MP, Parliamentary under Secretary of State for Children and Families, said: The School Games gives us a great opportunity to enthuse and inspire young people across the Greater Manchester region. The Games are all about finding your passion, developing your talents and playing your part in this very special event. Richard Saunders, Greater Manchester Sport s Chief Executive, said: The Greater Manchester School Games were an outstanding success bringing together so many volunteers and competitors in some of the country s best World Class sports facilities. Manchester s support in offering the free use of their ex-commonwealth Games facilities provided an inspiring backdrop for an event that our competitors and volunteers will never forget. This has been a landmark event for Greater Manchester which will give us the ideal platform to build on for next year s exciting 2012 spectacular.
9 Creating a sporting habit for life 7 Improving links between schools and community sports clubs Young people often try new sports for the first time at school, or when they go to college or university. However, whilst many young people enjoy that experience and take part enthusiastically, for a number of reasons, they don t continue once they have left that structured environment where facilities, team mates, coaches and competition are all readily available. Helping young people to continue to play sport outside school, college or university, when faced with the huge range of activities and other distractions competing for their time, is crucial to creating a sporting habit for life. We want to ensure that there are as many opportunities as possible for young people to play sport both inside and outside of school. To do this we will strengthen the relationship between clubs and schools, further education colleges and universities creating a new network of school and community club links involving every school and a wide range of sports which are most attractive to young people across the country. By 2017 we will have established at least 6,000 new school-club links. Football has pledged that 2,000 of their clubs will be linked to secondary schools, Cricket 1,250, Rugby Union 1,300, Rugby League another 1,000 and Tennis has pledged 1,000. This is a great commitment to the new strategy from our biggest sports. NGBs, together with local partners, will create a new satellite club on a school setting, linked to an existing community hub club, and run by coaches and volunteers from that hub club. By being located on a school site, the satellite club is within easy reach of young people, but is distinct from school PE as it is run by community volunteers. Participants in the satellite club are taken to the hub club and in this way make the transition into the community setting. Every secondary school in England will be offered a community sport club on its site and will have a direct link to one or more of the sports governing bodies. Through their Whole Sport Plans, the governing bodies will have to demonstrate the steps they will take to improve the transition from school to community clubs and County Sports Partnerships will be given new resources to create effective local links between schools and sport in the community. This will build upon existing health investment in Change4Life Clubs in schools in England. At least 150 further education colleges will benefit from a full-time sports professional who will be responsible for delivering new sporting opportunities for students and we will ensure that three-quarters of university students aged get the chance to take up a new sport or continue playing a sport they played at school or college.
10 8 Creating a sporting habit for life CASE STUDY Boxing in East London West Ham Amateur Boxing Club (ABC) is based in East London and has over 130 members. The skills, discipline and self-confidence that boxing teaches, has proved so popular that the club is over-subscribed. With help from Newham College, West Ham ABC has established a satellite club specifically for young people in schools and colleges from the local area who want to take up boxing and also offers adapted versions of the sport. Coaches from the West Ham club run sessions at Newham College giving a real feeling that it is a true extension of the original club and they support the transition of the young people from the college satellite to the main club. The weekly sessions are now attracting youngsters on a regular basis, with demand continuing to grow. Around a third of the participants are girls from a broad mix of backgrounds and six out of 10 of those introduced to boxing have carried on with the sport regularly. The club has been supported by the County Sports Partnership, Pro-Active East London and the local ABAE Boxing Development Officer has been asked to to set up and develop the satellite club.
11 Creating a sporting habit for life 9 Working with sports governing bodies Focusing on youth Whole Sport Plans are the delivery contract between Sport England and each of the 46 funded National Governing Bodies for Sport (NGBs). They set out how Exchequer and Lottery funding will be spent and what outcomes the public can expect to see for this investment. As a result of the Whole Sport Plan approach, those who know sport best are taking the decisions that will affect the development of their sport at a local and national level. We want to continue and consolidate this approach in the next round of Whole Sport Plans which runs from 2013 to This new strategy means a significant shift in focus for many NGBs. For the first time, as part of the new Whole Sport Plans, NGBs will be tasked with delivery of increased participation for young people under 16. The Whole Sport Plans will reach down to age 14, and will primarily be focused on the year old age group with at least 60 per cent of funding aimed at those young people. This ratio will not be applied uniformly but will depend on the age profile of the participants of each sport and the nature of their programmes. Each Whole Sport Plan will include ambitious objectives to ensure that sports deliver increased participation for both youth and adults alike. We will also institute a new performance management regime, with a strict payment-by-results system. For sports that don t deliver on their ambitions, there will be clear financial sanctions; for those that are delivering well, they will be able to access more funds in order to expand their good work. The principle of review and reward will be built into the system so if an NGB fails to meet its contracted objectives, the funding withheld will then be accessible to other groups which can offer strong business cases for increasing participation. The following principles will apply to the funding that each National Governing Body receives from Sport England: Whole Sport Plan funding is a privilege, not an entitlement, and will be awarded on a payment-by-results basis Funding will be awarded on a competitive basis to those who put forward the strongest plans and have a good track record on delivery Value for money will be a key consideration and NGBs will need to demonstrate how they will connect, work and have an impact on participation at the local level Whole Sport Plan investment should deliver the following outcomes: A growth in participation in the age range A growth in participation across the adult population An excellent sporting experience to keep people playing sport High quality talent development to create better talent pool and help those with real potential to make the grade A growth in participation by people who have disabilities, including the most talented
12 10 Creating a sporting habit for life A proportion of total investment for will form a Reward and Incentive Fund which will be allocated to NGBs who perform exceptionally well to enable them to do more NGBs whose sports are played in schools must deliver much stronger links between school sport and club and community sport To be eligible for Whole Sport Plan funding, NGBs must also meet high standards of governance and financial control. All public funding allocated will be published and meet Government transparency guidelines. CASE STUDY British Cycling Whole Sport Plan approach Cycling in Britain has enjoyed a renaissance in the past 10 years with elite success on both the road and the track, and increasing numbers of people cycling for leisure, either as part of their daily commute or as sport. British Cycling has played a crucial role in the development of the sport over that period. With support from UK Sport, British Cycling won 14 Olympic and 20 Paralympic gold medals in Beijing and has successfully established a new road racing team. At the grassroots level, funded and supported by Sport England, cycling has also seen an increase in participation in recent years with a 65 per cent rise in membership of cycling clubs across the country and an additional 114,000 people cycling for sport from 2005 to British Cycling is working in a variety of ways to make sure it builds on those successes in its most recent Whole Sport Plan. It is investing in clubs and offering some innovative and attractive membership schemes; it is also encouraging more volunteers and coaches into their sport and is funding cycling development officers focusing on how to attract more young people into cycling. Across the UK there are over 200 school / club links and British Cycling s Go-Ride has had significant success in encouraging young people into the sport. The next round of Whole Sport Plans will see British Cycling having a renewed focus on getting even more people to take up cycling and develop a passion for the sport that will last a lifetime.
13 Creating a sporting habit for life 11 Investing in facilities Facilities Underpinning any strategy for increasing the number of people enjoying and regularly participating in sport must be a programme of investment in the provision of highquality sports facilities. As part of the Places, People, Play initiative, Sport England has already committed 50m of Lottery funding to upgrade up to a thousand local sports clubs and facilities, as well as 30m for new iconic multi-sport facilities and 10m to provide renewed protection of playing fields ( Building on the success of the first round of grants, and phenomenal interest from across the country, Sport England will now invest a further 160m of Lottery funding into building or improving facilities and local clubs. CASE STUDY Brighton Swimming Club Brighton Swimming Club, England s oldest swimming club, has been awarded 50,000 through Sport England s Inspired Facilities fund part of the Places, People, Play programme to relocate the club and its changing rooms to new spacious facilities on the sea front. The buildings have been donated by the council and the Lottery award will refurbish them to create new changing accommodation, accessible for disabled people, and suitable for children ensuring Brighton s swimmers can continue to enjoy swimming in the sea off the South Coast for another 150 years.
14 12 Creating a sporting habit for life Whilst some communities are in need of new sporting facilities, or upgrades to existing ones that have fallen into a state of disrepair, others have the pitches and halls they need, but they simply aren t being used regularly enough. Three-quarters of sports halls and artificial sports pitches and a third of swimming pools in England are located in schools. However, many of these facilities are underused enjoyed by children during term time but left dormant during the holidays or in the evening. To maximise these valuable sporting assets, Sport England will make 10m Lottery funding available to schools to enable them to open up their sports facilities for use by their local communities and will help them to maximise the use of all their pools, pitches and sports halls.
15 Creating a sporting habit for life 13 Opening up provision and investing in communities Whilst NGBs, schools and further and higher education institutions play a crucial role in getting more young people to play sport, we also want to encourage local authorities, those clubs that are not associated with an NGB, voluntary groups and others to provide an exciting and appealing sporting experience. We know young people are drawn to a variety of different types of clubs and we want to make sure we engage as many young people as possible in sport. Sport England will establish a dedicated funding stream for local community clubs who will support our aim of creating a sporting habit for life. Sport England will work with StreetGames, amongst other partners, to extend the reach of their Door Step Sport programme by creating 1,000 sustainable Door Step Clubs, taking sport to where young people live. Sport England will also work with the Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust to expand their Get on Track programme which will place at least 2,000 youngsters on the very margins of our society into sports projects that also teach them vital life skills.
16 14 Creating a sporting habit for life CASE STUDY Door Step Badminton Club, East Birmingham Badminton England and StreetGames came together to provide 10 weekly badminton sessions for teenagers from disadvantaged areas in East Birmingham. Finding facilities that were within walking distance of the participant s homes, and ensuring the coaches who led the sessions had the right skills as well as the necessary empathy with the young people they were working with, were both crucial success factors for this pilot scheme. Having encouraged hundreds of young people to give the sport a try in Birmingham, Badminton England worked with the sports hall in the local community to become part of their No Strings network creating a local club which allowed the young people to continue to play badminton in an informal environment with no joining fee, no membership fee and no need for a partner creating a club that could sustain itself for the long term. In addition, and in keeping with the ethos of Lottery funding, Sport England will make sure that any non-profit making community group or organisation which can help young people build a sporting habit for life has the chance to bid for funding. The process will be clear and simple, building on the success of the Inspired Facilities programme, which attracted bids from over 600 local clubs and similar organisations, many of whom had not received lottery funding before. When inviting bids for that funding, Sport England will be looking for: A track record of working effectively with young people Clear evidence of the ability to increase regular participation in sport Value for money, with projects reaching as many young people as possible Organisations that are well connected to their local communities, and have based their proposals on consultation with those with whom they will be working Sport England will also seek to work as widely as possible across England, covering rural as well as urban areas, and funding a wide range of different organisations.
17 Creating a sporting habit for life 15 CASE STUDY Boxing club is first to benefit from sporting legacy fund Moss Side Boxing & Athletics Association in Manchester has become the first project to benefit from Sport England s Inspired Facilities Fund, which has proved hugely popular with community sports groups, attracting over six hundred first round applications. Part of the 135m Places, People, Play Olympic and Paralympic legacy programme, Inspired Facilities will breathe new life into tired facilities that can be unattractive to sports participants and difficult to maintain and run. The club, which has helped thousands of local people get into sport since it opened its doors in 1981, will use the National Lottery investment to upgrade facilities at the gym. We are delighted to secure the first Inspired Facilities grant, which will enable us to upgrade the quality of our premises to match the quality of our boxing coaches, said Maurice Core, Head Coach and club Chair. It is the cornerstone of our strategy to have an outstanding club for the 2012 Olympics legacy. Inspired Facilities has been designed to be as simple and accessible as possible for potential applicants, with a shorter form and a catalogue of ready-made options to choose from. This is a fantastic funding project that will deliver a real legacy from the London 2012 Games, said Seb Coe, LOCOG Chair. It will provide a whole range of sporting opportunities for young people through improved facilities and will I hope inspire them to take up sport.
18 16 Creating a sporting habit for life Photo credits All images from Sport England except: Page 6, School Games Youth Sport Trust Page 8, West Ham Amateur Boxing Club Page 10, British Cycling Dave Hayward Page 11, Brighton Swimming Club Paul Mansfield Page 14, Doorstep Badminton Club StreetGames
19 We can also provide documents to meet the specific requirements of people with disabilities. Please call or Department for Culture, Media and Sport Printed in the UK on recycled paper Crown Copyright January 2012
Learning through PE and Sport A guide to the Physical Education, School Sport and Club Links Strategy Learning through PE & Sport www.dfes.gov.uk/pess www.culture.gov.uk Introduction 1. All children, whatever
SPORT CHANGES LIVES 2 Youth Sport Trust: sport changes lives. To find out more, visit: www.youthsporttrust.org 3 Who are we? The Youth Sport Trust is an independent charity devoted to changing young people
1 A High Performance Environment 1 World-class sports facilities and services to support your team UEL is a large, modern university with campuses and sports facilities to match. We were the only university
Section 1.1: Healthy, active lifestyle Topic 1.1.2: Influences on your healthy, active lifestyle Sport in Context Many things can influence people to become involved in sport, such as friends, family or
Sports club Survey 2013 A review of clubs including membership, facility access, finances, challenges and opportunities Contents Executive Summary 03 Sports clubs, local communities and support 63 Introduction
Spirit of the Games: Excellence through competition how does your sport exemplify these values? Athletics is fast paced, exciting and is highly popular as we move towards and beyond London 2012. The sport
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
EDUCATION, SPORT & CULTURE FIT FOR THE FUTURE A FIVE-YEAR STRATEGY FOR SPORT AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN JERSEY 2014-2018 FOREWORD In less than two years time Jersey will host the NatWest Island Games, which
Guildford Sport Development Strategy 2015-2020 Consultation Draft May 2015 - ` Alternative Formats If you would like to read this consultation document in a different format such as large print, please
www.tatasteel.com While care has been take to ensure that the information contained in this publication is accurate, neither Tata Steel Europe Limited, nor its subsidiaries, accept responsibility or liability
CREATING OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE, DEVELOP AND EXCEL IN RUGBY 2 Creating opportunities to participate, develop and excel in rugby INTRODUCTION Premiership Rugby s PLAY campaign, launched in May 2013,
Major Events Engagement Fund Information Pack 2013/17 March 2015 Major Events Engagement Fund Introduction Sport England and UK Sport are fully committed to ensuring that a long term legacy is associated
1 Why get into sports volunteering? Organised sport relies on volunteers. From the weekly commitment of running a local community sports club to playing important roles in staging some of England s most
A strategic framework for sport and physical activity A ten year vision November 2012 A range of quality, accessible sport and physical everyone to be more active, more often and those wishing to progress
PS49 Children and sport What level of sport and physical activity should be provided by primary and, separately, secondary schools? Early Primary school children should be introduced to Fundamentals and
STRATEGIC PLAN #BOCCIA Boccia England is the national governing body for the sport of boccia in England. It is responsible for all aspects of the sport in this country, from beginner to expert, providing
University of Leicester Joint Strategy for Sport between the Students Union and the University: Sport Leicester Purpose, Vision, Strategic Direction, Values What is the purpose of Sport at the University?
National Governing Body 2013/17 Whole Sport Plan Investment Guidance NGB 2013/17 Investment Guidance 1 Contents Introduction Section 1 Sport England strategy 2012-17 Section 2: Eligibility criteria for
Strategy - 2019 Strategy for 2019 ViSion To inspire a nation of weightlifters, hooked on the Sport through outstanding leadership and expertise; ensuring Commonwealth champions, increased participation
Playing to win: A New Era for Sport Junior tag rugby. Merseyside Youth Games. Alan Edwards Our aim is to improve the quality of life for all through cultural and sporting activities, support the pursuit
PART 2: ELITE SPORT AND OTHER ORGANISATIONS This section considers elite sport (partly represented in Figure 3.1 by UK Sport and National Governing Bodies) and other influential organisations, including
UK Sport: Supporting elite athletes LONDON: The Stationery Office 10.75 Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed on 24 January 2005 REPORT BY THE COMPTROLLER AND AUDITOR GENERAL HC 182 - SE/2005/9
Labour s Policy Review More Sport for All Labour s Consultation on Government backing for more sport and physical activity for all ages in all areas Foreword by Rt Hon Harriet Harman QC MP, Shadow Secretary
Active Guildford Sport Development Strategy 2016-2021 Our plan to enhance sports provision and engage all our community in sport so that by 2021, Guildford will be one of the most active boroughs in South
Leigh Junior Infant and Nursery School, BIRMINGHAM This report summarises responses to the Youth Sport Trust national survey about PE, school sport and physical activity. Throughout this report, your school's
Cash 4 Clubs gives community sports clubs the chance to apply for grants to improve facilities, purchase new equipment, gain coaching qualifications and invest in the sustainability of their club. Clubs
Club Cricket Junior Section Starter Pack Phase Three: Refining Your Junior Section Club Cricket Junior Section Starter Pack Introduction Cricket Scotland has embarked on a challenging Strategic Plan for
Changing young lives through sport. www.sported.org.uk The work of sported. enables us to leave a powerful legacy from the Games for young people across the UK. sported. will be continuing their work through
LEGACIES FOR CANADA To a Greater Goal SPORT DEVELOPMENT AND EXCELLENCE ENGAGEMENT AND EDUCATION ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP SOCIAL INCLUSION, CULTURE AND COMMUNITY GOOD GOVERNANCE Cover
ABERDEEN CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE: Culture & Sub DATE: 10 January 2013 DIRECTOR: Gayle Gorman TITLE OF REPORT: s Grants (Under 5,000) REPORT NUMBER: 1. PURPOSE OF REPORT This report brings before applications
SuppOrting information for all schools 201 /14 3 The following information will support your school in applying for the Sainsbury s School Games Mark by outlining and explaining the prerequisites and providing
TRANSFORMING BASKETBALL IN BRITAIN TOGETHER 2016-2028 THE BBF BECOMES THE FIBA MEMBER REPRESENTING ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND WALES IN OCTOBER 2016 AND THIS STRATEGY SETS OUT THE VISION FOR BASKETBALL IN BRITAIN
Manchester City Council Report for Resolution Report to: Executive 14 December 2016 Subject: Report of: National Cycling Centre Partnership Naming Rights Deputy Chief Executive (Growth and Neighbourhoods
Challenge Event Setting up your activity - Fundraisers checklist Thank you for deciding to supercharge ParalympicsGB! Your support is amazing and will help make the team the best that it can be for Rio
Derbyshire: The Connected Cycling County Our Ambition By 2030, Derbyshire will be the most connected and integrated county for cycling in England, recognised as a world class cycling destination for all.
PLYMOUTH SPORTS CLUBS DATABASE 1. Sport 2. Name of your Club 3. Club Website Address 4. Main Contact Names Chair/Main Contact Secretary Treasurer Name Address Postcode Home Number Work Number Mobile Number
EVALUATING CONTEMPORARY INFLUENCES CHAPTER 17 THE WORLD CLASS PERFORMANCE PATHWAY The World Class Programme (figure 17.1) is the UK s elite performance structure. It links the most talented with the Governing
Introduction Where do I start? Sport and Leisure The sport and leisure industry covers a wide range of areas, with jobs in sectors such as recreation, health and fitness, and outdoor pursuits. Some areas
ESC Paper 4/2004 For Information on 28 April 2004 Elite Sport in Hong Kong An Overview Purpose To brief Members on the current situation of elite sports development in Hong Kong. Background 2. In recent
Strategic Plan 2014-2017 Bringing Sport to Life www.northumberlandsport.co.uk A Message from the Chair Dear Reader, Through this new three-year plan, I am delighted to be sharing the next chapter for Northumberland
Funding Guide for Boxing Clubs Before Applying for Funding There are a number of key factors a club should consider before they even think about completing an application for funding. A club should have
A commitment from The Children s Plan Your child, your schools, our future: building a 21st century schools system SUMMARY Building a 21st century schools system Summary 1 Summary Chapter 1 Our ambition
Strategic Plan 2013-2016 Leading a strong, vibrant and growing sport Message from the President and CEO Athletics Australia in consultation with its Member Associations and other key stakeholders has developed
Opportunities for Growth in the UK Events Industry Roles & responsibilities A report to the All Party Parliamentary Group For Events Presented jointly by the October 2011 1 Contents 1.0 The UK events industry
UNLOCKING POTENTIAL: A MANIFESTO FOR PE AND SCHOOL SPORT WE ARE THE YOUTH SPORT TRUST MANIFESTO AT A GLANCE OUR ASKS Established in 1995, the Youth Sport Trust is an independent charity devoted to changing
Sports Coaching in the UK III A statistical analysis of coaches and coaching in the UK January 2011 Contents Executive Summary... 3 1. Introduction... 5 2. Participation in Sport... 6 3. Use of Coaching...
Spirit of the Games: Excellence through competition how does your sport exemplify these values? is in the middle of an unprecedented boom as the high profile success of Great Britain s elite athletes continues
A STRATEGY FOR WARWICK SPORT By 2015 Warwick Sport will have helped create the most active Univer sity community in the UK. 2 0 1 The War wick Strategy for Spor t demonstrates the Univer sity s ambition
GAME CHANGER The FA plan for women s football in England: 2013-18 2 The FA plan for women s football in England: 2013-18 3 Contents The story so far page 4 A review of the 2008-2012 FA women s football
The Use of Sports Coaches in Schools The introduction of the Primary PE and Sport Premium by the department for Education last year provides a wonderful opportunity to create a step change in the wellbeing
Youth Sport Trust YST National PE, School Sport and Physical Activity Survey Report January 2015 i Contents Executive Summary... iii Chapter 1: Introduction... iv Chapter 2: Evidence that investment is
The English Sports Council Grant in Aid and National Lottery Distribution Fund Annual Report and Accounts 2009-2010 HC9 LONDON: The Stationery Office 18.50 11 The English Sports Council Grant in Aid and
S P O R T Elite Training Centre where History begins welcome Sport has been at the heart of Loughborough since the creation of the original college over 100 years ago. Location Some of the greatest names
Primary School Sport Hope Park Sports Hope Park Sports aims to enhance young people s opportunities to participate in a wide range of sports as well as raising the standards of sport within primary schools
How to... identify training needs and up-skill coaches and leaders working with women and girls Engaging women and girls in physical activity and sustain their participation requires the coach or leader
DIRECTOR OF SPORT For September 2016 The Post We are seeking to appoint a well-qualified and experienced teacher of PE/Coach of Games to lead a very successful, hard-working and well equipped department.
Mission 2025 THE 10-YEAR PLAN Table Tennis England www.tabletennisengland.co.uk 2 MISSION 2025: THE 10-YEAR PLAN How will we ensure everyone is talking about table tennis? Supporting GET TALKING Playing
Community Trust Sports and classroom based! PRIMARY SCHOOL SPORTS PROGRAMME Sale Sharks are offering primary schools an exciting of activities for the new academic year which comprises both sporting and
The State of Play National Governing Body CEO Forum Impact in 2014 1. INTRODUCTION This report has been compiled by the Sport Industry Research Centre (SIRC) at Sheffield Hallam University on behalf of
Appendix 1 Primary School Sport Funding The Government is providing funding of 150 million per annum for academic years 2013/14 and 2014/15 to provide new, substantial primary school sport funding. This
GREATERLONDONAUTHORITY REQUEST FOR MAYORAL DECISION MD1 648 Title: Hockey additional grant funding Executive Summary: This decision seeks approval to commit a further 300,000 from the major sports events
APPOINTMENT OF SENIOR PHYSIOTHERAPIST BASED AT EIS SOUTH WEST AT THE UNIVERSITY OF BATH (in conjunction with British Swimming s WCPP and ITC programme) THE ENGLISH INSTITUTE OF SPORT LIMITED JOB DETAILS
Newham, London Local Economic Assessment Newham - Economic Development 2010 to 20279 8. 7BLooking Forward: Planned Investment And The Scale Of Opportunity Summary Newham has the potential to attract approximately
Satellite clubs NGB Delivery information template NGB NGB Satellite clubs lead contact Cricket - Chance to Shine Steve Peyman, 07920 477040, firstname.lastname@example.org 2013-17 Whole Sport Plan satellite
PE, Sport & Physical Activity Strategy for Buckinghamshire Schools Working together in Buckinghamshire to create a high quality PE, school sport and physical activity entitlement for all our young people
School report Higham Lane School, A Business & Enterprise College Shanklin Drive, Nuneaton, CV10 0BJ Inspection dates 9 10 October 2013 Overall effectiveness Previous inspection: Not previously inspected
Glossary 12 A strategy for the delivery of high quality physical education and school sport in Hampshire 2013 2016 Vision statement For all children and young people in Hampshire to experience world class
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
SPORT TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION FUND A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE MAYOR OF LONDON AND LONDON SPORT Page 1 of 19 Foreword Three years have passed since we welcomed the world to London and celebrated the greatest
Minimum Standards for Deployment sports coach UK has completed a review of the content, function and nature of minimum standards for sports coaches within the UK sports coaching industry. Based on these
Competition Framework SWIMMING Guidance Document Who is involved The English Schools Swimming Association (ESSA) and the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) have completed a full review of aquatics school
Caldicott Preparatory School From the Headmaster Caldicott is a preparatory school for boys from 7 to 13 years old. Boys are day boys until they board for their final two years. We believe that these two
college guide ambitious to be an outstanding college within its community, and for its community. STUDENTS BETWEEN lessons Our grades have improved every year for the past five years The Cheadle College
Cerebral Palsy Sport Fundraising and Business Development Manager Applicants Information Pack Dear Applicant Thank you for showing interest in applying for the post of Fundraising and Business Development
Accessible tourism: Making it work for your business Produced on behalf of the DCMS Accessible Tourism Stakeholder Forum for the 2012 Games Our aim is to improve the quality of life for all through cultural
Mutare-Haarlem Sportleaders 5 th 6 th August 2006 Multi-Sports Festival Core Document Introduction The Multi Sport Festival (MSF) is an annual event organised by Sportleaders of the Mutare Haarlem Sportleaders
REACHING HIGHER BUILDING ON THE SUCCESS OF SPORT 21 REACHING HIGHER BUILDING ON THE SUCCESS OF SPORT 21 Scottish Executive, Edinburgh 2007 Crown copyright 2007 ISBN: 978-0-7559-5162-8 Scottish Executive
BASINGSTOKE RUGBY Basingstoke Rugby - Join our team A new era has dawned for Basingstoke Rugby ahead of the 2013/14 season. With our senior men's team promoted to the National Leagues, there is an excited
MORE PEOPLE CYCLING MORE OFTEN The West Yorkshire Tour de France Legacy 2014 onwards MORE PEOPLE CYCLING MORE OFTEN Who are we? The West Yorkshire Tour de France Legacy Partnership brings together providers
INTRODUCTION NSW Sports Federation Inc. operates under the name Sport NSW and is the active voice and peak body for sport in NSW. We operate as an independent not-for-profit organisation with a membership
3 TOWNS PARTNERSHIP E-BULLETIN ISSUE TEN - 8 JUNE 2012 FACEBOOK Please 'like' our page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/3-towns-area-action-partnership-aap/148715405190058 to get up to date information,
Supported by NGB Leadership Audit 2014 Introduction Welcome to the Women s Sport & Fitness Foundation s fifth annual Trophy Women? report. The issue of a lack of women in leadership positions across sport
High Quality PE and Sport for Young People A guide to recognising and achieving high quality PE and sport in schools and clubs department for education andskills creating opportunity, releasing potential,
Gold Event Series Investment Guide 2013-2019 Introduction The guide outlines UK Sport s current approach to making investment decisions as part of its Gold Event Series. In the Guide we outline: > > The
www.halton.gov.uk 2 Foreword Welcome to the new Halton Sports Strategy. Sport means different things to different people, but is an important part of many people s life whether as participant, performer,
Whole Sport Plan 2013-17 Original submission: May 2012* Updated: 20 th November 2012 (Chloe Hole) * Please note that this document has not been substantially rewritten, just amended, and therefore it still
University of Melbourne Sport Strategic Plan 2010 2015 introduction Sport has always had a special significance through the performance of sporting clubs, teams and high profile athletes that enhance the
Candidate Brief for the Position of Non Executive Director - Accountant Contents 1. UK Athletics Overview 2. Job Description 3. Application and Selection Process 1 1. UK Athletics Overview What We Do Together
Needs Analysis with Olympic Sport Governing Bodies in Relation to Volunteering and Volunteer Management Summary Report May 2009 INTRODUCTION... 1 CONTEXT... 1 rthern Ireland Volunteer Strategy London 2012
Strategic Plan 2011 2012 to 2014 2015 Working Together for Australian Sport Strategic Plan 2011 2012 to 2014 2015 Working Together for Australian Sport Australian Sports Commission 2011 Ownership of intellectual
There are many academies and numerous youth leagues but the NPL Football Academy is the first to combine both. Welcome The NPL Football Academy in conjunction with the Northern Premier League is the first
A new University Technical College for 14-19 year olds in South Durham Driving forward engineering education in the North 3 Contents Welcome from the sponsors Welcome from the sponsors 3 1. Introduction