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1 Pam Johnstone, Active School Co-ordinator Kirsty Clarke, Sports Development Manager The Stirling Experience School Sport Co-ordinators, Active Schools School Sport Co-ordinators, Active Schools working to promote co-operation in Community Sports Development SALSC Conference

2 Overview Overview Strategy – Policy – Practice Strategy – Policy – Practice Cluster Team Cluster Team Integrated Approach Integrated Approach Schools Schools Clubs Clubs Links Links Workshop Workshop active schools - active clubs - active community Active Stirling

3 School Sport Club Sport Performance Sport Active Community Outdoor Activities Regeneration Healthy Lifestyles Disability Stirling Community Facilities Education & Training active schools - active clubs - active community Overview Active Stirling

4 Strategy to Policy to Practice sportscotland Active Stirling Strategy active schools - active clubs - active community Scottish Executive Priorities NATIONALLOCALNATIONALLOCAL Improving Health in Scotland - The Challenge National Physical Activity Strategy: Lets Make Scotland More Active Service Plans Community Planning Stirling Council Strategy Sport 21: Shaping Scotlands Future

5 Every Scot should have the opportunity to progress from foundation and participation in sport through performance to the elite level of top class international dependent only on ambition and ability. Scottish Sports Council, Annual Report, 1999 FIRST SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT We believe that sport has the potential to bring out the best in Scotlands people. Celebrating Scotland – Partnership for Scotland May 1999 active schools - active clubs - active community Strategy to Policy to Practice The Scottish Executive will seek every opportunity to celebrate and foster excellence. Scottish Executive, November 2000

6 Active School Co-ordinator (Primary) Active School Co-ordinator (Primary) Physical Education (School) Physical Education (School) Active School Co-ordinator (Secondary) Active School Co-ordinator (Secondary) Sports Developments Sports Developments Sport Specific Officers Sport Specific Officers Sports Clubs Sports Clubs Central Sports Development Group Central Sports Development Group Central Scotland Institute of Sport Central Scotland Institute of Sport Scottish Institute of Sport Scottish Institute of Sport DELIVERERS active schools - active clubs - active community Strategy to Policy to Practice

7 active school team active schools - active clubs - active community clusters Active Co-ordinator (primary) (secondary) Sports Development Officer PE Specialist Balfron Bannockburn Dunblane McLaren Stirling Wallace St Modans Cluster Team Active Stirling

8 active schools - active clubs - active community Priorities Priorities Partnership Relationships Partnership Relationships Sharing of Resources Sharing of Resources It aint what you do its the way that you do it, and thats what gets results Integrated Approach Active Stirling

9 Schools Active Stirling PARTNERSHIPS active schools - active clubs - active community Cluster Plans Cluster Plans Integration Day Integration Day Active School Noticeboard Active School Noticeboard Health Week Health Week Liaison Festival Liaison Festival Sporting Champions Sporting Champions Facilities Facilities Community Groups Community Groups

10 Clubs active schools - active clubs - active community Active Stirling active schools - active clubs - active community PARTNERSHIPS Stirling Sports Council Sports Clubs Sport Specific Officers Sports Development Active School Team Schools/Community Coaches/Volunteers Stirling Sports Council Affiliation Club Development Club Charter Action Plans Coaching Stirling Developing Potential School to Club Links

11 active schools - active clubs - active community Active Stirling active schools - active clubs - active community Clubs First Schools Second Cluster Plans School to Club to Community PARTNERSHIPS

12 active schools - active clubs - active community Active Stirling active schools - active clubs - active community School to Club to Community Club Cluster Map Sports Classes CSLA Regeneration Community Clubs PARTNERSHIPS

13 Schools Schools Clubs Clubs Community Community active schools - active clubs - active community Olympic Festival 2004 Stirling Sports Council

14 Partnerships Communication Support People Challenges Active Stirling

15 Integrated Approach Effective Planning Effective Communication Quality People Solutions Active Stirling

16 1.What area co-ordination is currently being done? 2.What changes could be made to improve a co-ordinated approach? 3.What kind of support would assist this process? 4.What new practices could you achieve from this co-ordinated approach? 5.What are the benefits of a co-ordinated approach? 6.What obstacles would need to be overcome? 1.Who should be involved? 2.How would local clubs/community be represented? 3.What sort of structure would it have? 4.How and when would an integrated approach be delivered? Group discuss questions then transfer answers to flip-chart. 15 minutes per topic. 10 minutes feedback. Local Clubs/Community – better area co-ordination Creating a Sports Integrated Approach active schools - active clubs - active community Workshop Questions Active Stirling


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