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

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