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Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)
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Next Step 2014 presentation by Andy Sellins from Cricket for Change (C4C)

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  • 1. Presentation prepared by Andy Sellins – Chief Executive
  • 2. • Cricket for Change uses cricket as the vehicle to develop young people
  • 3. • Cricket for Change uses cricket as the vehicle to develop young people • Increasingly we are using rugby and other sports and in April 2014 we will launch our first ‘Dance for Change’ programme
  • 4. • Cricket for Change uses cricket as the vehicle to develop young people • Increasingly we are using rugby and other sports and in April 2014 we will launch our first ‘Dance for Change’ programme • In 2013 we worked with around 10,000 young people in the UK
  • 5. • Cricket for Change uses cricket as the vehicle to develop young people • Increasingly we are using rugby and other sports and in April 2014 we will launch our first ‘Dance for Change’ programme • In 2013 we worked with around 7,000 young people in the UK • 30% of our young participants have a disability
  • 6. • Cricket for Change uses cricket as the vehicle to develop young people • Increasingly we are using rugby and other sports and in April 2014 we will launch our first ‘Dance for Change’ programme • In 2013 we worked with around 7,000 young people in the UK • 30% of our young participants have a disability • Our annual budget is around US$1.3 million
  • 7. • Cricket for Change uses cricket as the vehicle to develop young people • Increasingly we are using rugby and other sports and in April 2014 we will launch our first ‘Dance for Change’ programme • In 2013 we worked with around 7,000 young people in the UK • 30% of our young participants have a disability • Our annual budget is around US$1.3 million • We currently run 15 different programmes and we have 32 different funding partners
  • 8. • Each of our programmes target specific groups of young people including young offenders, gang members and young people with a disability
  • 9. • Each of our programmes target specific groups of young people including young offenders, gang members and young people with a disability • In May this year we will be running our first programme in a Syrian refugee camp where we will be training a team of young leaders to run sports engagement projects for children facing uncertainty, fear and the dislocation of their lives
  • 10. • Each of our programmes target specific groups of young people including young offenders, gang members and young people with a disability • In May this year we will be running our first programme in a Syrian refugee camp where we will be training a team of young leaders to run sports engagement projects for children facing uncertainty, fear and the dislocation of their lives • In the last 10 years we have helped set up programmes in 20 different countries as a capacity building and training partner
  • 11. • Each of our programmes target specific groups of young people including young offenders, gang members and young people with a disability • In May this year we will be running our first programme in a Syrian refugee camp where we will be training a team of young leaders to run sports engagement projects for children facing uncertainty, fear and the dislocation of their lives • In the last 10 years we have helped set up programmes in 20 different countries as a capacity building and training partner • We employ 51 people
  • 12. • Each of our programmes target specific groups of young people including young offenders, gang members and young people with a disability • In May this year we will be running our first programme in a Syrian refugee camp where we will be training a team of young leaders to run sports engagement projects for children facing uncertainty, fear and the dislocation of their lives • In the last 10 years we have helped set up programmes in 20 different countries as a capacity building and training partner • We employ 51 people • 40% of our staff have a disability
  • 13. Our newest partnership is with the Chris Gayle Foundation
  • 14. Together Cricket for Change and the Chris Gayle Foundation run the Chris Gayle Academies in London, UK and Kingston, Jamaica. Chris wants to help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to make the most of their lives and fulfill their potential.
  • 15. • Each year sixteen young people aged 16 to 21 join the Chris Gayle Academy
  • 16. • Each year sixteen young people aged 15 to 21 join the Chris Gayle Academy • Most are involved in gang related criminal activity or at risk of being drawn into gang related criminal activity
  • 17. • Each year sixteen young people aged 15 to 21 join the Chris Gayle Academy • Most are involved in gang related criminal activity or at risk of being drawn into gang related criminal activity • They are unlikely to be involved in formal education, employment or training
  • 18. • Each year sixteen young people aged 15 to 21 join the Chris Gayle Academy • Most are involved in gang related criminal activity or at risk of being drawn into gang related criminal activity • They are unlikely to be involved in formal education, employment or training • They come from a range of disadvantaged backgrounds but they all share the same motivation to make the most of their lives
  • 19. • Each participant works with their coaches to develop a personal development plan (PDP) which outlines their aspirations and their plans to achieve their goals
  • 20. • Each participant works with their coaches to develop a personal development plan (PDP) which outlines their aspirations and their plans to achieve their goals • Their PDP has two elements; the development of their cricket and the development of their employability
  • 21. • Each participant works with their coaches to develop a personal development plan (PDP) which outlines their aspirations and their plans to achieve their goals • Their PDP has two elements; the development of their cricket and the development of their employability • Year round sessions are a combination of cricket coaching and personal development
  • 22. • Each participant works with their coaches to develop a personal development plan (PDP) which outlines their aspirations and their plans to achieve their goals • Their PDP has two elements; the development of their cricket and the development of their employability • Year round sessions are a combination of cricket coaching and personal development • During their first year with the academy they will all have the opportunity to play up to 12 matches and to undertake a minimum of two work placements in a sector of their choice
  • 23. • On graduation from the Jamaica Academy the graduates will have the opportunity to become part of the team of cricket leaders that delivers the ‘Chris Gayle All Stars’ programme in schools in disadvantaged areas of Kingston.
  • 24. • On graduation from the Jamaica Academy the graduates will have the opportunity to become part of the team of cricket leaders that delivers the ‘Chris Gayle All Stars’ programme in schools in disadvantaged areas of Kingston. • The ‘Chris Gayle All Stars’ programme delivers 18 week cricket programmes with a very strong message to young people about making the most of their education and thinking positively and constructively about their future
  • 25. • On graduation from the Jamaica Academy the graduates will have the opportunity to become part of the team of cricket leaders that delivers the ‘Chris Gayle All Stars’ programme in schools in disadvantaged areas of Kingston. • The ‘Chris Gayle All Stars’ programme delivers 18 week cricket programmes with a very strong message to young people about making the most of their education and thinking positively and constructively about their future • A short test at the end of the 18 week programme tests the young people’s understanding of ‘Chris’s Big 6’ as they move towards leaving school
  • 26. ‘Chris’s Big 6’ are as follows:
  • 27. ‘Chris’s Big 6’ are as follows: • Making good choices
  • 28. ‘Chris’s Big 6’ are as follows: • Making good choices • Understanding the consequences of your actions
  • 29. ‘Chris’s Big 6’ are as follows: • Making good choices • Understanding the consequences of your actions • Setting achievable goals
  • 30. ‘Chris’s Big 6’ are as follows: • Making good choices • Understanding the consequences of your actions • Setting achievable goals • Working hard
  • 31. ‘Chris’s Big 6’ are as follows: • Making good choices • Understanding the consequences of your actions • Setting achievable goals • Working hard • Looking after your health
  • 32. ‘Chris’s Big 6’ are as follows: • Making good choices • Understanding the consequences of your actions • Setting achievable goals • Working hard • Looking after your health • Respecting others
  • 33. ‘Chris’s Big 6’ are as follows: • Making good choices • Understanding the consequences of your actions • Setting achievable goals • Working hard • Looking after your health • Respecting others If the young people pass the test they become ‘Chris Gayle All Stars’ and get a certificate presented by Chris and a personalized reference letter from their ‘Chris Gayle Academy’ coach.
  • 34. The programme has five main aims:
  • 35. The programme has five main aims: • Increased attendance and attainment at school (for the 14 to 16 year olds)
  • 36. The programme has five main aims: • Increased attendance and attainment at school (for the 14 to 16 year olds) • Improved access to good quality and relevant further education and training (for the 16 to 21 year olds)
  • 37. The programme has five main aims: • Increased attendance and attainment at school (for the 14 to 16 year olds) • Improved access to good quality and relevant further education and training (for the 16 to 21 year olds) • Increased respect for women and girls
  • 38. The programme has five main aims: • Increased attendance and attainment at school (for the 14 to 16 year olds) • Improved access to good quality and relevant further education and training (for the 16 to 21 year olds) • Increased respect for women and girls • Improved skills and life prospects for young people at risk
  • 39. The programme has five main aims: • Increased attendance and attainment at school (for the 14 to 16 year olds) • Improved access to good quality and relevant further education and training (for the 16 to 21 year olds) • Increased respect for women and girls • Improved skills and life prospects for young people at risk • Increased pride in their communities
  • 40. The programme has five main aims: • Increased attendance and attainment at school (for the 14 to 16 year olds) • Improved access to good quality and relevant further education and training (for the 16 to 21 year olds) • Increased respect for women and girls • Improved skills and life prospects for young people at risk • Increased pride in their communities Our aim over the next 3 years is to develop awareness of the Chris Gayle Academies within three sectors – the cricketing world, the sport for development sector & Jamaican society.

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