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1 Culture and Sport Local Area Agreement Toolkit South East Region Yew Consulting Ltd/Angela Watson & Associates

2 The Toolkit Commissioned by: –Government Office South East –Culture South East –Regional Agencies (Arts, Heritage, Museums and Libraries, Sport, Tourism) Aims: –Increased awareness among decision makers and greater clarity on cultures contribution –Strengthened cultural content of SE LAAs Web based toolkit – practical source of information and advice

3 Key audiences LAA lead officers Government Office locality managers Culture and sport champions outside of local authorities e.g. PCTs, youth organisations Culture and sport champions within local authorities: –Council members who recognise the value of culture and sport –Cultural and sports officers Cultural and other regional agencies

4 Improving health and well- being Reducing crime and fear of crime Strengthening communities and involving people Protecting and enhancing the environment Providing decent and affordable housing Promoting lifelong learning, training and skills development Increasing economic prosperity and employment Improving travel and transport Improving the life chances of children and young people National drivers Relationship models and how to do it checklists Performance measurement Case studies Further information Contribution of culture

5 Toolkit features Navigation: –By whole module / type of information (6 modules) –By theme (9 themes) Different levels / tiers of information: –High level at a glance –More detailed information –Links to information sources / other web sites Navigation tools: –Drop down menus –Hyperlinks within / between modules / themes –Colour coding / icons

6 Improving health and well- being Reducing crime and fear of crime Strengthening communities and involving people Protecting and enhancing the environment Providing decent and affordable housing Promoting lifelong learning, training and skills development Increasing economic prosperity and employment Improving travel and transport Improving the life chances of children and young people National drivers Relationship models and how to do it checklists Performance measurement Case studies Further information Contribution of culture

7 Culture contributes to … Positive activities for children and young people Well-being of children and young people (5 Every Child Matters outcomes) Physical, mental and emotional well- being of adults/young people Reduction in health inequalities Reduction in obesity Independent living Things to do, places to go Diversionary activities Reduction in crime and anti- social behaviour Engaging hard to reach groups Participation of citizens in community life Volunteering Devolved community management of facilities Equalities and social inclusion Diversity, cohesion and sense of place Increase in aspiration Increase in skills and employability Creativity and enterprise Job creation Visitor economy Quality of public realm Natural and built heritage Sustainable and green tourism Sustainable communities Community identity and distinctiveness Cultural infrastructure Access to services – multi - use and location of cultural facilities Sustainable transport / active travel - increase in cycling and walking How culture contributes to the nine themes commonly found in community strategies Improving health and well-being Reducing crime and fear of crime Strengthening communities and involving people Protecting and enhancing the environment Providing decent and affordable housing Promoting lifelong learning, training and skills development Increasing economic prosperity and employment Improving travel and transport Local priorities Examples of culture contributing to priority outcomes and targets Improving the life chances of children and young people Case studies Further information Relationship models and how to do it checklists National drivers Contribution of culture Performance measures

8 Improving the life chances of children and young people Cultural facilities, events and projects provide positive activities for children and young people to do and contribute to their social development and physical, mental and emotional well-being. They help children be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and achieve economic well-being. Participation in cultural activity can transform the way children and young people explore the world around them, changing the way they see themselves and what they aspire to in the future. It contributes to learning, both in terms of formal attainment and the development of lifelong skills. See what Warren Bradley, Leader of Liverpool City Council says about the contribution of culture to the lives of children and young people. Case studies Further information Relationship models and how to do it checklists National drivers Contribution of culture Performance measures Examples of culture contributing to priority outcomes and targets Positive activities for children and young people Well-being of children and young people 5 Every Child Matters outcomes

9 Improving the life chances of children and young people Cultural facilities, events and projects provide positive activities for children and young people to do and contribute to their social development and physical, mental and emotional well-being. They help children be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and achieve economic well-being. Participation in cultural activity can transform the way children and young people explore the world around them, changing the way they see themselves and what they aspire to in the future. It contributes to learning, both in terms of formal attainment and the development of lifelong skills. See what Warren Bradley, Leader of Liverpool City Council says about the contribution of culture to the lives of children and young people. Participation in culture can play an important part in building young peoples self-confidence and positive life skills, as well as providing opportunities for fun and achievement. Warren Bradley, Liverpool City Council, Inspiring our ambitions through sport, arts, culture and place, Solace/IDeA, 2007 Case studies Further information Relationship models and how to do it checklists National drivers Contribution of culture Performance measures

10 The relationship between culture and Local Area Agreements/ Sustainable Community Strategies Yew Consulting Ltd 2007 Improving the Life Chances of Children and Young People Be HealthyStay SafeEnjoy and Achieve Make a Positive Contribution Increased sense of personal achievement, confidence and self esteem Stronger identification with local community and sense of place Increased skills and confidence to make decisions and deal with lifes changes Increased social interaction and new relationships and role models Improved mental health and feeling of well being Adoption of more active and productive lifestyles Increased employment opportunities Increased knowledge of local services and community issues Engagement of young people in cultural and sport: Activities, performances and events Facilities Information, knowledge and learning opportunities Courses and skills programmes Volunteering opportunities Leadership opportunities Training and employment schemes Mentoring schemes Achieve Economic Well Being Increased educational and workforce skills and qualifications Reduction in bullying, anti- social behaviour and youth offending Increased knowledge of health and healthy lifestyle issues Reduction in accident and injury (water/ cycling related) Increased social and communication skills and creative opportunities Case studies Further information Relationship models and how to do it checklists National drivers Contribution of culture Performance measures

11 Summary of potential performance indicators for culture and sport To see actual examples of indicators click on the type of indicator or the theme Case studies Further information Relationship models and how to do it checklists National drivers Contribution of culture Performance measures

12 Examples of local performance indicators for culture – by theme Case studies Further information Relationship models and how to do it checklists National drivers Contribution of culture Performance measures Children and young people Example measures Active participation The percentage of year olds who spend a minimum of (x) hours each week (e.g. 2, 5 etc) on high quality PE and school sport within and beyond the curriculum. (Could also be applied to arts and creative activities). The percentage of 5 to 16 year olds who travel to school using sustainable modes of transport, including active transport (cycling, walking etc.). etc Attendance Take up of culture and sport holiday schemes by young people, including young people with physical, sensory or learning disabilities and from BME groups. Number of young people attending summer reading schemes or homework clubs/study support based in libraries. Number of young people attending youth sports nights regularly. etc

13 Improving health and well- being Reducing crime and fear of crime Strengthening communities and involving people Protecting and enhancing the environment Providing decent and affordable housing Promoting lifelong learning, training and skills development Increasing economic prosperity and employment Improving travel and transport Improving the life chances of children and young people National drivers Relationship models and how to do it checklists Performance measurement Case studies Further information Contribution of culture

14 Next steps and timescales Incorporate your feedback in development Finalising content and testing website functionality from now to late August First live material late August/early September Other material/case studies added as and when available Refresh Oct/Nov

15 Your feedback Does the toolkit include information and guidance that will be of use to you? Are there any gaps? Will you/colleagues use a web based toolkit? Are bite sized chunks and tiers of information the right approach? Does it need to be in any other format? How can we best raise awareness of the toolkit among the target audiences?

16 Yvonne Barker, Yew Consulting Tel: Mob: Web: Angela Watson, Angela Watson & Associates Tel: Mob:


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