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1 SPORT ENGLAND AS Level PE Theory

2 Lecture will cover - Historical overview of Sport England Historical overview of Sport England –How it started, developed and became the organisation it is today The role of Sport England in sport The role of Sport England in sport The structure of Sport England and its context within sport The structure of Sport England and its context within sport Sport England modernisation – the changing aims of Sport England Sport England modernisation – the changing aims of Sport England Governments influence Governments influence Regionalisation Vs Centralisation Regionalisation Vs Centralisation Brief history of Lottery Sports Fund Brief history of Lottery Sports Fund

3 Historical overview Originally, the Sports Council was formed in 1972, as an independent body under the Department of the National Heritage Originally, the Sports Council was formed in 1972, as an independent body under the Department of the National Heritage Set us as a QUANGO Set us as a QUANGO 1972 – Annual Sports Council budget was £3.6m 1972 – Annual Sports Council budget was £3.6m In January 1997, the English Sports Council was formed alongside Councils for other home nations – 4 Sports Councils + UK Sports Council In January 1997, the English Sports Council was formed alongside Councils for other home nations – 4 Sports Councils + UK Sports Council

4 Historical overview (contd) The UK Sports Council (now UK Sport) had responsibility for overall national policies such as doping control, sports science and elite sport The UK Sports Council (now UK Sport) had responsibility for overall national policies such as doping control, sports science and elite sport The English Sports Council concentrated on mass participation and sport for young people The English Sports Council concentrated on mass participation and sport for young people In 1997 the English Sports Council budget was £47.4m In 1997 the English Sports Council budget was £47.4m March 1999 saw the re-branding of the English Sports Council to Sport England March 1999 saw the re-branding of the English Sports Council to Sport England Finally at the start of 2003 Sport England launched its modernisation process Finally at the start of 2003 Sport England launched its modernisation process

5 Sport Englands role in sport Traditionally the lead agency for sports development in England (equivalent sports councils in the other home countries) Traditionally the lead agency for sports development in England (equivalent sports councils in the other home countries) Responsible for sport from grass roots through to excellence Responsible for sport from grass roots through to excellence Provider of funding and lottery sports fund distributor Provider of funding and lottery sports fund distributor Regional and national infrastructure to support sport Regional and national infrastructure to support sport

6 Sports Development The Sports Council assisted in the development of the concept of sports development in the 1980s The Sports Council assisted in the development of the concept of sports development in the 1980s Developed programmes such as Ever Thought of Sport? and Action Sport Developed programmes such as Ever Thought of Sport? and Action Sport Action Sport was a Sports Council initiative which placed sports leaders in roles of development as opposed to leadership/coaching Action Sport was a Sports Council initiative which placed sports leaders in roles of development as opposed to leadership/coaching

7 Sports Development (contd) National Junior Sports Programme – NJSP – in the mid to late 90s – a brand name for programmes such as TOPs (YST); Champion Coaching, Coaching For Teachers (National Coaching Foundation); Sportsmark (Sport England) National Junior Sports Programme – NJSP – in the mid to late 90s – a brand name for programmes such as TOPs (YST); Champion Coaching, Coaching For Teachers (National Coaching Foundation); Sportsmark (Sport England) Late 90s – The Active programmes – Active Schools; Active Communities and Active Sports – known as The BIG picture Late 90s – The Active programmes – Active Schools; Active Communities and Active Sports – known as The BIG picture Sport England known for programme overload Sport England known for programme overload

8 Sport England – The BIG picture

9 StructureCouncil Committees X 5 InvestmentCommittee Central HQ Regional Offices X 10 Regional Sports Boards X 9

10 Context Sport England has utilised its funding to develop the sporting infrastructure found in England Sport England has utilised its funding to develop the sporting infrastructure found in England Most Sports Development posts, especially in Local Government, started through Sport England pump prime funding Most Sports Development posts, especially in Local Government, started through Sport England pump prime funding Also responsible for developing facilities through lottery Also responsible for developing facilities through lottery

11 Sport England - Modernisation 2002 saw Sport England appoint a new Chief Executive – David Moffatt 2002 saw Sport England appoint a new Chief Executive – David Moffatt An agent of change the role of the Chief Executive was to modernise the old Sport England (1997) and produce a radical new streamlined and responsive organisation An agent of change the role of the Chief Executive was to modernise the old Sport England (1997) and produce a radical new streamlined and responsive organisation Massive internal review of how the organisation worked – moving from prescriptive to enabler Massive internal review of how the organisation worked – moving from prescriptive to enabler

12 Sport England - Modernisation Sport England will move away from its history of programmes, initiatives and silo sports development Sport England will move away from its history of programmes, initiatives and silo sports development Moving from 15 grant management regimes down to just one Moving from 15 grant management regimes down to just one 75 programmes to two steams of investment 75 programmes to two steams of investment Reduce the 16 week lottery process Reduce the 16 week lottery process Reduction of staff employed nationally from 570 to just 240 Reduction of staff employed nationally from 570 to just 240

13 Sport England – Modernisation Instead it will be a true strategic leader by providing support, knowledge and expertise Instead it will be a true strategic leader by providing support, knowledge and expertise Second new Chief Executive – Roger Draper and new Chair of Sport England – Philip Carter (Business man to replace a sports person – Trevor Brooking – the future?) Second new Chief Executive – Roger Draper and new Chair of Sport England – Philip Carter (Business man to replace a sports person – Trevor Brooking – the future?) Movement to strengthen Regional infrastructure Movement to strengthen Regional infrastructure

14 Sport England – Modernisation Creation of 9 Regional Sports Board Creation of 9 Regional Sports Board These are parallel in geography to existing Sport England regional structures These are parallel in geography to existing Sport England regional structures Wider representation on the Boards to deliver the new Government and Sport England agenda for sport Wider representation on the Boards to deliver the new Government and Sport England agenda for sport Further discussion on modernisation in this afternoons seminars. Further discussion on modernisation in this afternoons seminars.

15 The new vision to make England an active and successful sporting nation.

16 Mission Working with others to create opportunities for people to get involved in sport, to stay in sport and to excel and succeed in sport at every level

17 Objectives 1.Opportunities to play sport - increase participation in sport in order to improve the health of the nation, with a focus on priority groups 2.Opportunities to stay in sport - retain people in sport and active recreation through an effective network of clubs, sports facilities, coaches, volunteers and competitive opportunities 3.Opportunities to achieve success in sport – making sporting success happen at the highest level

18 To achieve the vision Sport England sees To achieve the vision Sport England sees –Clarity of purpose – it is about widening participation and being successful on the international stage –Partnership – working together with others meeting national and community need –Investment – Co-ordinating better the investment made by organisations in sport –Long Term view – changing culture – a physically active nation by 2020

19 Why the change? Driven by Governments new strategy for sport – Game Plan Driven by Governments new strategy for sport – Game Plan Biggest involvement to date by central government in directing sports policy Biggest involvement to date by central government in directing sports policy Challenged Sport England – as the key strategic lead for sport in England (DCMS funding agreement with Sport England April 2003) Challenged Sport England – as the key strategic lead for sport in England (DCMS funding agreement with Sport England April 2003) to increase significantly levels of sport and physical activity with the target of 70% of the population as reasonably active – 30 minutes of moderate exercise five times a week

20 The Governments view Sport is a key vehicle to improve society –I–I–I–Improves the health of the nation –D–D–D–Drives up educational achievement –R–R–R–Reduces crime –A–A–A–Alleviates social exclusion –C–C–C–Catalyst for neighbourhood renewal and regeneration –S–S–S–Successful national sports team provide a feel good factor – Rugby World Cup

21 Investment in sport is not just a sports policy. It is a health policy, an education policy, an anti-crime policy and an anti- drugs policy Rt Hon Tony Blair, Prime Minister, September 2000 Investment in sport is not just a sports policy. It is a health policy, an education policy, an anti-crime policy and an anti- drugs policy Rt Hon Tony Blair, Prime Minister, September 2000

22 Figures show that physical inactivity costs the nation £2bn; 10% increase in activity would save £500m for NHS Only 46% of the population participate in sport more than 12 times a year – 80% in Finland Only 32% of adults in England take 30 minutes of moderate exercise five time a week – 57% in Australia; 70% in Finland

23 Making it happen – towards a new era Sport England receives two streams of funding – Lottery and Exchequer Sport England receives two streams of funding – Lottery and Exchequer Sport England will now streamline funding through two mechanisms Sport England will now streamline funding through two mechanisms –Community Investment –National Investment All investment will be targeted to achieve Sport Englands strategic objectives of helping people START, STAY and SUCCEED All investment will be targeted to achieve Sport Englands strategic objectives of helping people START, STAY and SUCCEED

24 National Investment National investment co-ordinated through National Governing Bodies of Sport National investment co-ordinated through National Governing Bodies of Sport These are now required to produce One stop plans These are now required to produce One stop plans Prioritised list of 20 sports only to receive this funding Prioritised list of 20 sports only to receive this funding Allows sports to decide what their priorities are and to receive funding to achieve these Allows sports to decide what their priorities are and to receive funding to achieve these

25 Community Investment Co-ordinated by the Regional Sports Boards Co-ordinated by the Regional Sports Boards Again focus on the START, STAY and SUCCEED elements at a local level Again focus on the START, STAY and SUCCEED elements at a local level Participation, grass root development linked to priority groups Participation, grass root development linked to priority groups

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27 Sport England – towards a new era Regions now strong Regions now strong Movement from a national centralised organisation to smaller, more reactive/proactive sub organisations Movement from a national centralised organisation to smaller, more reactive/proactive sub organisations Strengthened by Regional Sports Boards and funding that can be used more effectively Strengthened by Regional Sports Boards and funding that can be used more effectively

28 Regional Sports Boards New structure for strategic decision making at a regional level New structure for strategic decision making at a regional level Will receive devolved funding from Sport England Will receive devolved funding from Sport England RSB then responsible for deciding what the priorities are; soliciting applications; assessing applications and monitoring effectiveness of those receiving funding RSB then responsible for deciding what the priorities are; soliciting applications; assessing applications and monitoring effectiveness of those receiving funding

29 East Midlands RSB Most advanced RSB in country Most advanced RSB in country East Midlands Sport provides an independent voice to promote the interests of sport and recreation in the East Midlands. With a Board of Directors serviced by an executive committee, East Midlands Sport aims to work with sports participants, enthusiasts and providers of sports opportunities to ensure that European, national, regional and local policies and programmes meet the sporting needs of the people of the East Midlands. East Midlands Sport provides an independent voice to promote the interests of sport and recreation in the East Midlands. With a Board of Directors serviced by an executive committee, East Midlands Sport aims to work with sports participants, enthusiasts and providers of sports opportunities to ensure that European, national, regional and local policies and programmes meet the sporting needs of the people of the East Midlands.

30 East Midlands RSB To ensure the needs of sport and recreation in the East Midlands are addressed at all levels To ensure the needs of sport and recreation in the East Midlands are addressed at all levels To put sport at the heart of decision making at regional level To put sport at the heart of decision making at regional level To recognise and preserve the value of sport for its own sake To recognise and preserve the value of sport for its own sake To preserve and further develop PE in the curriculum, school sport, playing fields, volunteers and the crucial local authority role in providing facilities and developing sport To preserve and further develop PE in the curriculum, school sport, playing fields, volunteers and the crucial local authority role in providing facilities and developing sport To remind people that sport is an important tool in addressing major social policy agendas especially social exclusion, health, regeneration, lifelong learning and community safety and to attract new resources to sport to fulfil this role To remind people that sport is an important tool in addressing major social policy agendas especially social exclusion, health, regeneration, lifelong learning and community safety and to attract new resources to sport to fulfil this role

31 The National Lottery Sports Fund First draw in November 1994 First draw in November billion tickets sold 35.9 billion tickets sold £12 billion raised for the Good Causes £12 billion raised for the Good Causes Sport is one of the original five Good Causes – now one of six NOF III Sport is one of the original five Good Causes – now one of six NOF III Good Causes receive 28p from each lottery ticket purchased Good Causes receive 28p from each lottery ticket purchased

32 The National Lottery Sports Fund Sport in England has 18 lottery funded programmes including: Sport in England has 18 lottery funded programmes including: –Awards for All - £500 - £5,000 –Football Foundation –Inclusive Fitness Initiative –Active Sports –NOF III

33 The National Lottery Sports Fund Sport England is the distributor of Lottery Sports Fund Sport England is the distributor of Lottery Sports Fund Initially, the lottery sports fund was for bricks and mortar – building of sports centres – average award in now £50,000 Initially, the lottery sports fund was for bricks and mortar – building of sports centres – average award in now £50,000 East Midlands – £57 million (Sept 2001) plus £44.1 million for national projects based in East Midlands – English Institute of Sport /National Ice Stadium East Midlands – £57 million (Sept 2001) plus £44.1 million for national projects based in East Midlands – English Institute of Sport /National Ice Stadium Northamptonshire - £12.4 m (Sept 2001) Northamptonshire - £12.4 m (Sept 2001)

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35 The National Lottery Sports Fund Northamptonshire has benefited from Capital new build : Northamptonshire has benefited from Capital new build : Daventry Sports Centre - £614,000 Daventry Sports Centre - £614,000 Weston Favell Upper School - £505,000 Weston Favell Upper School - £505,000 County Tennis Centre - £714,825 County Tennis Centre - £714,825 County Canoe Slalom - £1.4m County Canoe Slalom - £1.4m Indoor cricket school- £1.35m Indoor cricket school- £1.35m Corby Lodge Park - £1.96m Corby Lodge Park - £1.96m Awards for All - £3.2m Awards for All - £3.2m

36 The National Lottery Sports Fund Lottery rules changed to enable applications for Revenue projects So lottery money now also used to get more people playing and more places to play in Major programme that accesses revenue lottery money is Active Sports Northamptonshire - £1.68m for Active Sports

37 The National Lottery Sports Fund December 2003 – crisis in lottery sports fund December 2003 – crisis in lottery sports fund Since the start of lottery, number of ticket sales has declined Since the start of lottery, number of ticket sales has declined As a result, the amount of money available to the good causes, including sport, has been declining As a result, the amount of money available to the good causes, including sport, has been declining Sport England has over committed resources Sport England has over committed resources

38 The National Lottery Sports Fund Lottery freeze announced Lottery freeze announced No further commitments made by Sport England No further commitments made by Sport England A number of local projects were affected – Campion School the biggest A number of local projects were affected – Campion School the biggest Active Sports in Northamptonshire also affected – only one year funding for three sports and no funding for the last two sports Active Sports in Northamptonshire also affected – only one year funding for three sports and no funding for the last two sports

39 Lottery Sports Fund - applying An application needs to be submitted An application needs to be submitted Time consuming process involving auditing, community consultation, planning, business planning and more planning Time consuming process involving auditing, community consultation, planning, business planning and more planning Projects can take 18 – 36 months between starting and submitting application Projects can take 18 – 36 months between starting and submitting application

40 Sport England Major party in the delivery of the Governments sporting objectives. Major party in the delivery of the Governments sporting objectives. Also acts as a distributor of Lottery & Exchequer funds to sport. Also acts as a distributor of Lottery & Exchequer funds to sport. Main mission is to make England successful and active as a sporting nation. Main mission is to make England successful and active as a sporting nation. Sport England has invested £2bn into sports in England since Sport England has invested £2bn into sports in England since Sport England has also created Sport Action Zones in socially and economically deprived areas. Sport England has also created Sport Action Zones in socially and economically deprived areas. These zones identify sporting needs, after which action plans are formulated and implemented to try and improve the quality of sport in those areas. These zones identify sporting needs, after which action plans are formulated and implemented to try and improve the quality of sport in those areas.

41 Sport Englands primary scheme Start Get people involved in sport in order to improve the health of the nation. Get people involved in sport in order to improve the health of the nation. This is particularly relevant to disadvantaged & under- represented groups. This is particularly relevant to disadvantaged & under- represented groups.Stay To ensure people remain in sport. To ensure people remain in sport. This area also includes getting new coaches and volunteers involved & staying involved in sport. This area also includes getting new coaches and volunteers involved & staying involved in sport.Succeed To improve the English infrastructure of elite development. To improve the English infrastructure of elite development. Sport England hopes to improve Englands success on the world medal stage through this scheme. Sport England hopes to improve Englands success on the world medal stage through this scheme.


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