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1 11 5 Hour Sports Offer for children and YP February 2008

2 2 This Presentation Policy Context to 5 Hour Offer Overview of Planning Process for County Sports Partnerships Insight into Extending Activities Funding Programme (April 2008)

3 PSA 22: Deliver a successful Olympic Games and Paralympic Games with a sustainable legacy and get more children and young people taking part in high quality PE and Sport PSA 14: Young People on the Path to Success PSA 21: Build more cohesive empowered and active communities OUTCOME: Children and Young People (Be Healthy) Young People have a chance to do 5 hours of Sport per week (5-19 years) DCSF OUTCOME: Children and Young People (Enjoy and Achieve) Positive Activities for Young People (13-19yrs, 24yrs CYP with disabilities) Alignment to National Standards: 2 hours of Sport, 2 hours of other constructive activities and volunteering DCSF PSA : PESSCL PE and Sport Survey (5-16), Active People (16-19) LGF : Independent Survey to be commissioned (TBC) PESSCL PE and Sport Survey (5-16) Active People (16-24) Active People (16+) OUTCOME: Stronger Communities Adult Participation and Volunteering in Sport (16+) DCMS Volunteering CO (Cabinet Office) PUBLIC SERVICE AGREEMENTS (PSA) LOCAL GOVERNMENT FRAMEWORK (LGF) MEASUREMENT FOR SPORT NI Children and Young People in Sport – The Policy Landscape

4 4 Aligning Priorities and Collective Action COUNTY STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK 5 hour Sport Offer (County Plan) (Led by County Sport Partnership, supported by all partners) Community Sport Networks: Delivery Plan for Sport (Local Authority Area Plan) Aligned with Local LSP and CYP Planning Processes Leadership and Volunteering Young People Achieving their Potential High Quality PE & Sport on an Educational Site School Sport Partnership: Evaluation and Priorities Document (Locality Plan) Community Sport

5 5 Planning Alignment - Areas for Consideration High Quality Physical Education and Sport on an Educational Site Physical Education (Curriculum) HQ Sport Activities on an Educational Site (non curriculum) High Quality Community Sport Sports Clubs Other Settings High Quality Leadership and Volunteering High Quality Pathways - Young People Developing their Potential Coacing / Skill Development Competition Performance Pathways / Gifted and Talented 5

6 6 1. Background to Extending Activities 13 July 2007 announcement by the Prime Minister – additional £100m Links to existing PESSCL programmes – OSHL, Club Links, Step into Sport Funding distributed as follows: £60 m DCFS : FESCOs linked to SSPs Competition Managers linked to SSPs Top up grants to SSPs for coaching Multi sport clubs for children with special needs linked to SSPs National School Sport Week £36m + £12m DCMS Extending Activities: Funding to support clubs to attract semi sporty types – a different type of young person

7 7 2.Extending Activities: the vision to ensure up to 900,000 children and young people in the 5 to 19 age range from the semi sporty population segment take up an additional 2 hours of term time high quality community sports activities through attractive provision designed to stimulate and increase take up and sustain participation

8 8 Definition of sport (for extending activities) A broad definition of sport that includes activities outside of Sport Englands support structure that are relevant and compelling to children and young people. These include dance, aerobics and climbing. It does not include activities such as walking or cycling to school.

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12 12 Extending Activities... Where it fits Extending Activities

13 13 Increase from 10% to 65% very active/sporty types (5hrs+ per wk) Extending Activities Contribution Additional 900,000 young people to take up 5 hour offer What is it trying to Achieve? Decrease from 50% to 25% semi- active (3hrs pw) Decreas e from 20% to 10% inactive

14 14 2.Extending Activities: Focus Increase opportunities for 5-19 year olds to participate regularly – PLACES TO GO THINGS TO DO Transition Platform into regular community sports participation Focused on out of school hours and club activities – e.g. Youth clubs, Community Sports Clubs New and different children into regular community sports activity SEMI SPORTY (semi active) INTO SPORTY (active) Pinch points/priorities at KS2/3 (10-11 yr olds) transition and 14 to 19 age range

15 15 Extending Activities work strand evaluation framework Recruit Working with partners to recruit targeted young people 1.5 million Engage Registration and attendance KPI Participants KPI Throughput 1.25 million Retain Young people attend a minimum of 6 out of 10 sessions KPI Retain 890,000 Sustain and grow Young people continue to participate regularly KPI Sustain 0.75 m Excel Talented young people identified and set on performance pathway KPI Excel

16 16 How much? Funding / Target Principles Starting Point: Population of Young People and existing structures that support Young People (i.e. schools) National Funding Formula : £22,700 x No of SSP per annum National Target Formula: RETAIN 741 participants x No of SSP per annum CSP is encouraged applicant for this 3 Year Funding Programme 2008/2011 Funding to be distribution through the Delivery System for Sport CSPCSN / SPAAs Delivery Agents CSPs can determine the Funding Allocation Levels and Target Distribution Across a County Area

17 17 KPIs Four KPIs for the programme: KPI 1: Engage – number of children and young people registering to take part in one scheduled run of term time weekly sessions KPI 2: Retain – number of children and young people attending a minimum of 6 out of 10 sessions KPI 3: Sustain – number of children and young people who continue to take part in sport regularly thereafter (impact study report) KPI 4: Excel – number of children and young people identified as talented and set on performance pathways thereafter (Impact study report)

18 18 Extending Activities work strand evaluation framework Recruit Working with partners to recruit targeted young people 1.5 million Engage Registration and attendance KPI Participants KPI Throughput 1.25 million Basic Evaluation - all projects measuring 3 KPIs Focused Evaluation - for sample of projects: understanding process and sustained impact Retain Young people attend a minimum of 6 out of 10 sessions KPI Retain 890,000 Sustain and grow Young people continue to participate regularly KPI Sustain 0.75 m Excel Talented young people identified and set on performance pathway KPI Excel

19 19 Evaluation Principles Basic tier - all projects only capture essential information - automated tools help data collection, analysis and quarterly reporting … enables more time to be spent reviewing and using data, less on compiling it Focused tier - examines a sample in more detail - explores the processes during the term and the whole year - follows up participants - identifies success factors Together, the two tiers of evaluation deliver an impact study that will tell us whether the programme is achieving its goals and how

20 20 The Organisations involved in Development and Delivery of Extended Activities National levelRegional level Sub regional / county level Sub county / Local level DCMS Sport England Youth Sport Trust PESSCL board SCUK NGBs Sport England regions YST SCUK NGBs regional staff CSP NetworksCSN LAs Sport and Leisure PDMs Health Childrens Services HE/FE Leisure Centre Operators Extending Schools Connexions etc

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