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1 Delivering and Supporting University Sport

2 BUCS vision and values BUCS vision & strategy Enhancing the student experience through sport 3 key areas of activity: SPORT EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROFILE

3 BUCS Governance Structure Commissioned Groups Commissioned Groups BUCS Board Ed Smith (Chair) Jon Siddall Prof. Ian Diamond Annie Coleman John Brewer Philip Attwell Clare McWilliams Tim Nicholls (Company Secretary) Karen Rothery (CEO) BUCS Board Ed Smith (Chair) Jon Siddall Prof. Ian Diamond Annie Coleman John Brewer Philip Attwell Clare McWilliams Tim Nicholls (Company Secretary) Karen Rothery (CEO) Advisory Group 4 elected student officers 4 elected staff officers CEO Head of Professional & Regional Development 1 Student Chair, each region or nation 1 Staff Chair, each region or nation Advisory Group 4 elected student officers 4 elected staff officers CEO Head of Professional & Regional Development 1 Student Chair, each region or nation 1 Staff Chair, each region or nation BUCS STAFF 9 English Regional Executive Groups plus SSS, BUCS Wales, N Ireland

4 We are BUCS Membership & Engagement South West England South East England London Yorkshire East England North East England West Midlands North West England Scottish Student Sport East Midlands BUCS Wales Northern Ireland BUCS Management Structure Professional & Regional Development Finance & Governance Communications, Commercial & Marketing Disability Sport Sport Development International Sport Sport Events & Programmes

5 BUCS Sports Programmes Delivering sporting programmes across 50 sports to all 161 BUCS institutions Competition Team Comprehensive Wednesday Afternoon team sport programme. Event Team Series of over 100 Individual National Championships. Delivering major events. BUCS Surf Championships. Big Wednesday BUCS Gatorade Nationals Sport Managers Developing specific strategic direction for all BUCS sanctioned sports. Creation of Sports Advisory Groups (SAG)

6 BUCS Sport Development Sport Development Team (6) Created in partnership with and funded by Sport England (4). Football Development Team – created in partnership with and funded by The FA (2) onwards… A continuation of Sport England Funding A new Sport Development Strategy – 3 key focuses Advocating for, and influencing, the role of sport within HE and of HE within sport Developing mutually beneficial relationships between NGBs and the HE sector Support HEIs to develop their sporting offer, and the sharing of best practice

7 Football FA funded – responsible for delivery HE elements of the FA National Game Strategy Focus on participation opportunities through Mars Just Play Festivals Developing Referee hubs to build, train and develop a workforce BUCS Football Futures Programme – working with national, regional and local partners to provide students with volunteering opportunities and placements Disability Delivery on 2 levels Strategic delivery to support accessible opportunities on campus Integrating competitive disability sport within the BUCS programme (Into Inclusion) BUCS Sport Development

8 BUCS International Programmes Four key objectives : To regularly achieve GB post holders at World and European level in multi and single sport political, medical, and technical roles within university sport (FISU, EUSA and ENAS) – 11 individuals in post To host one European or World level championship every 2 years, and one political meeting or educational event every 4 years – 7 events hosted since 2002 To work within FISU/EUSA/ENAS and UK Sport international development opportunities to offer select groups of students an opportunity to take on international leadership and volunteering roles, as part of a BUCS Leadership Programme – new Leadership Programme to be launched in 2013 To work with NGBs and UK Sport to maintain opportunity to send fully and professionally supported GB university teams to world-level events as part of the performance pathway – see next slide

9 BUCS CCM Commercial, Communications & Marketing (CCM) Securing of new commercial revenue (sponsorship, licence, ticketing, ) Management of commercial activity Brand Publications Corporate communications Social Media PR / Media Marketing Website content & structure BUCScore

10 BUCS Regional and Professional Development Co-ordinating the work of Advisory Group Professional Network Groups Professional Development Days BUCS Annual Conference HE Sports Data & University Guides Monitoring and improving member engagement Engagement with External Partners (CIMPSA, Quest &NBS, ukactive) Support for Regional Networks

11 The East of England You are here

12 BUCS East Region InstitutionStudent Nos. (HEFCE 2011) Teams in BUCS ( ) Ranking ( ) Playing Conference Anglia Ruskin (Cambs) 18, (225)Midlands Anglia Ruskin (Chelmsford) See above South Eastern Bedfordshire (Luton) (69)Midlands Cambridge19, (1603)Midlands East Anglia14, (415)Midlands Essex14, (714)South Eastern Hertfordshire22, (590)South Eastern UCS4, (25)South Eastern Writtle (24)South Eastern

13 Engagement opportunities Elected Officers Advisory Group Competitions Group Sports Advisory Groups Sports Development Team Development Days Annual Conference And of course COMPETITION

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