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    • Opportunities and Pathways Traditional Pathways in Sport
    • Elite Performance Participation Foundation Competition Applies to individuals performing at national and international levels A more structured form of competitive sport at club or county level Mainly associated with introducing youngsters to sport and developing fundamental motor skills. Also known as? Where sport is undertaken primarily for fun and enjoyment, usually at a basic level. This can be the case for very competent sports people, however. Recap
    • Elite Performance Participation Foundation Competition Applies to individuals performing at national and international levels A more structured form of competitive sport at club or county level Mainly associated with introducing youngsters to sport and developing fundamental motor skills. Also known as? Where sport is undertaken primarily for fun and enjoyment, usually at a basic level. This can be the case for very competent sports people, however. Recap
    • Traditional Pathways
      • Historically in the UK there have been two main pathways for aspiring athletes and performers to follow
      School Regional Teams Elite Club Local Junior Club Senior Club Elite Club Education Club
    • Traditional Pathways
      • The pathway a young person took was
      • largely determined by the sport.
      • Since the funding and support managed by
      • the UK Sport is done largely through
      • governing bodies and clubs, in recent times
      • there has been more emphasis on the club
      • structure.
      • Through the Physical Education School Sport and Club Links (PESSCL) strategy and Sports Colleges, the YST has attempted to narrow the gap.
      Traditional Pathways
      • The School Sports System:
      • Friendly and competitive based fixtures
      • Inter-house, sports days, swimming galas
      • Only 5% of students at a school are involved in competitive sport
      • Majority of school sport still run by volunteers – usually teachers giving up time to coach and take teams
      Traditional Pathways School District County Regional National Team The School Sports Pathway
    • Universities
      • Many Universities provide opportunities for participation for
      • all levels of performers
      • Most have facilities for those wishing to participate merely
      • for enjoyment or fitness and can use them often for
      • discounted fees.
      • Many offer high levels of competition through organised
      • university sports competitions.
      • Many also offer opportunities for elite athletes to train in
      • conjunction with academic courses.
    • National Framework for Sport
      • A joint policy from the government and key sports agencies
      • Its aim is ‘ Making England an Active and Successful Nation – A Vision for 2020 ’
      • Trying to change the culture of sport and physical activity
    • Ageing Population Time Pressure Well Being + Obesity Levels of Investment Utilising Education Variations in access Volunteers and professionals Home Community Work Place Higher and Further Education Innovation and Delivery The Seven Key Drivers for Change The Five Settings for Change
    • Promotion and Marketing Legislation Accreditation and Improvement Structures and Partnerships Innovation and Delivery Strategic Planning and Evidence Increase participation in sport and activity Improve levels of Performance Widening Access Improving health and well-being Creating stronger safer communities The Seven Key Drivers for Change The Seven main outcomes of change Improving Education Benefiting the economy
    • National Framework for Sport
      • Plans have been produced in order to provide clear pathways for people in sport
      • There 20 priority sports and a further 10 development sports
      • Any guesses???
    •  
    • Game Plan
      • In 2002 the UK Government devised a
      • strategy called ‘Game Plan’
          • Using the text book (pg 124) make notes around the key areas of the strategy and where the 3 main UK sports agencies fit into it
    • A Sporting Future for All
      • 2000 – Document
      • Highlighted governments aims to modernise England’s sporting organisations
      • Set out objectives for sport within education, community sport and excellence
      • Superseded by National Framework for Sport