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  • (i.e., athletics, basketball, cricket, girl’s football, hockey, netball, rugby league, rugby union, swimming and tennis)
  • StartGet people involved in sport in order to improve the health of the nation.This is particularly relevant to disadvantaged & under-represented groups.StayTo ensure people remain in sport.This area also includes getting new coaches and volunteers involved & staying involved in sport.SucceedTo improve the English infrastructure of elite development.Sport England hopes to improve England’s success on the world medal stage through this scheme.
  • School club links

    1. 1. School Club Links AS level – Miss Manley
    2. 2. Lesson Objectives LO1: To understand the effects of developing school-club links. LO2: To understand initiatives including the PESSYP, School Sports Coordinator, Sports Colleges, Active Sports, Sports Leaders UK, the TOPS programme, Whole Sport plans designed to encourage the development of school-club links and explain the potential benefits to the government (individuals or community) LO3: To understand the role of national governing bodies, Sport England and Youth Sports Trust in increasing participation.
    3. 3. Social Inclusion SOCIAL EXCLUSION - results from a combination of: Unemployment Poor skills Low incomes Poor housing Crime Bad health Family breakdown SOCIAL INCLUSION – the prevention of the limiting of people’s and area’s opportunities through not being in a similar status to the dominant social grouping in a society (p.174) Heart of governments policy on sport development and physical activity.
    4. 4. Game Plan A strategy for delivering the Governments Sport and Physical Activity Objectives Two main objectives: Increase participation = health benefits = reduce costs of inactivity Improve national success in competition for “feel good factor” of public Four recommendations to achieve this: Grass Roots participation High Performance Sport Mega Sporting Events Delivery
    5. 5. Game Plan A strategy for delivering the Governments Sport and Physical Activity Objectives Grass-roots participation: Focus on disadvantaged groups; women, young, old. Barriers of groups need to be addressed; time, info, motivation, facilities, coaches, etc. High Performance Sport: Prioritise funding for sport at highest level with better elite development Mega sporting events: Cautious approach to hosting – clear assessment of benefits to cost Delivery: Reform and deciding what works before funding increases. Public, private and voluntary to work closer together
    6. 6. What is a School Club Link? A partnership between a school and a community sports club that meets the aims of both parties Helping young people from sport in school to sport in clubs and the wider community. School Club links is one of the key strands to the Government PESSYP strategy A good school club link will increase participation in sport for children and young people and count towards the 5 hour offer
    7. 7. What is PESSYP Strategy? Physical Education and Sport Strategy for Young People – Launched in 2003 Used to be known as PESSCL (PE, School Sport & Club Links) Government Strategy for increasing participation and opportunities in sport for children and young people Aimed at promoting the delivery of high quality PE & school sport. Links School PE and Community Sport to ensure all children and young people have access to the 5 hour offer
    8. 8. Delivery of PESSYP Delivered through 8 different strands: Professional Development QCA & School Sport Investigation Gifted & Talented Step into Sport Swimming Club Links Sports Colleges School Sport Partnerships
    9. 9. Professional Development £18m programme, enabling schools to draw from a range of free resources such as videos, workshops, mentoring and training programmes QCA & School Sport Investigation QCA is working with schools to identify & promote best practice. An increase in results, attendance & progress in PE has been noted. Gifted & Talented Aimed at recognising & developing young people with sporting talent. Junior Athlete Education (JAE) programme set up to support young athletes. Sports Colleges involved in staging Academies to improve fundamental skills of talented 9-12 year olds Step into Sport Aimed at getting young people involved in leadership & volunteering roles in sport. The programme liaises with LEA’s, NGB’s and sports partnerships.
    10. 10. Swimming Aimed at promoting and improving the delivery of swimming in schools. The scheme provides to LEA’s on how to deliver swimming lessons effectively and how to get more children involved. Club Links By 2006, the government hopes to have 20% of 5-16 year olds involved in club sport on a regular basis. Links between schools & clubs are being fostered in order to promote this scheme. Sports Colleges Schools which will receive increased funding for improving facilities & provision of high quality sports to children. These schools will act as symbols of sporting excellence, as well as act as much needed community facilities. School Sport Partnerships Families of schools which will receive extra funding to improve and increase sports opportunities for all.
    11. 11. 5 Hour Offer In 2007 he Government announced its intention to give every child the opportunity to participate in five hours of sport every week. 2 hours of high quality PE each week within the school day for all 5 – 16 year olds An additional 3 hours of sporting activity each week for all 5 - 16 year olds and the creation of new opportunities for all 16 - 19 year olds to participate in 3 hours sport each week, delivered by a range of school, community and club providers beyond the school day.
    12. 12. Sport Colleges Is a maintained Secondary school (in England) which receives additional funding from DfES to raise standards in PE and Sport within its own school, in a local family of schools and in the wider community (p.175). This programme was set up in 1997 by the Youth Sports Trust and aims to encourage schools to specialise in highquality P.E. and school sport. Can you think of any local Examples? Great Torrington School
    13. 13. Benefits of Sports Colleges
    14. 14. School Sports Co-ordinators (SSCos) The Partnership Development Manager (PDM) is usually an experienced teacher within the Sports College, they work with SSCos to coordinate and drive development of PE and sport within the connected secondary school and an associated family of primary schools. It is their job to co-ordinate sporting activities both inside and outside of school hours across a ‘family’ of schools. The teacher is taken off timetable for few days a week to liaise with partner schools and ensure delivery of quality PE across key stages 2 to 3 (Target 2 hours per week). Develop community links In 2007 renamed School Sports Partnership
    15. 15. Sports College Network PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT SSCo PLT PLT SSCo PLT PLT PDM PLT SSCo PLT PDM = Partnership Development Manager (in a sports college) PLT PLT SSCo PLT PLT SSCo PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT PLT = PLT PLT Primary Link Teacher (in a primary school)
    16. 16. Active Sports (Set up in 1999) It’s objectives include: A nationwide sports programme with all relevant agencies working through effective partnerships. Wider access to sport for all. Improved retention in organised sport by young people. Improved performance and talent selection processes. The Programme is delivered locally through partnerships covering the whole of England. Each partnership employs core staff to liaise with local partners (e.g. local education authorities, NGBs, funding agencies). The NGBs for each of the ten sports in the Programme developed frameworks for the development of their sports through which they engage with the partnerships.
    17. 17. Sports Leaders UK Aim to increase and improve the level of coaching in the UK. Works with Sports Councils across the country, NGBS, schools, FE & HE institutions, Awarding Bodies and many more. Provides a central resource of strategic & technical expertise, advice & support. Works with funding agencies to integrate coaching development into local authorities and sports agencies. 4 qualifications: JSLA, CSLA, HSLA, BELA (page 180)
    18. 18. NGB (p.181) National Governing Bodies Each sport has its own NGB which co-ordinates rules, competitions and officials. NGB’s must generate their own funding through advertising, sponsorship, affiliation fees, donations and home county sports councils (Sport England etc). NGB’s are also responsible for developing and promoting their sport at local and elite levels. This done via increased access, improved coaching and enhanced facilities. Some NGB’s also run taster days to try and encourage people to get involved in their sport.
    19. 19. Whole Sport Plans (WSP’s) Are produced by each NGB from grass-roots to elite level identifying how they will achieve their aims for the next 5 years and contribute to Sport England Start, Stay and Succeed scheme. Aim to develop sports through an organised and structured approach. Measures within the WSP’s include participation, volunteers, coaches and elite performance. Used by Sport England as a way of providing resources to NGB’s
    20. 20. TOP Programme The TOP Programme aims to provide opportunities for children to experience a greater range of physical activities through providing sport specific equipment designed for a specific age group. Divided into age groups: TOP Sportsability (is for disabled people) TOP Link (14 – 16 years) TOP Sport (7 – 11 years) TOP Play (4 – 9 years) TOP Start (3 – 5 years) TOP Tots (18 months-3 years)
    21. 21. National Agencies Sport England Increasing participation in community sports Youth Sports Trust Mainly concerned with sport in Schools UK Sport Focused on elite sport and performance pathways
    22. 22. Youth Sports Trust Independent Charity, established in 1994 Aim is to promote participation Provides equipment, resources and programmes to create a sporting pathway for all young people. Increase the provision of sporting opportunities during extra-curricular time and enhancing schoolclub links. Works in partnership with numerous agencies including NGB’s, Sport England and The National Council of School Sport.
    23. 23. Sport England Sport England was rebranded in 1999. Aim is to increase and sustain participation in community sport to create an active nation. Advertising, investing and promoting community sport. The Delivery system connects those involved with sport at national, regional, sub-regional and local levels. Supports and funds NGBs Also acts as a distributor of Lottery & Exchequer funds to sport. Sport England has invested over £2bn into sports in England since 1994. Delivery of a lasting London 2012 Sporting Legacy.