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1 Ron Johnston Sports & Development Services Manager

2 ACTIVITY ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PHYSICAL A

3 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

4 Outline Whats the problem? How did it happen? What can we do about it?

5 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RISKS…………….. Coronary heart disease Higher blood pressure Type 11 diabetes Lower bone density Overweight Prone to more injuries and accidents Inactive children are at risk from poorer self-esteem, higher anxiety and higher stress levels. More likely to smoke and use alcohol and illegal drugs than active children. Among working adults, inactive employees have double the number of days off work compared with active employees. In later life, inactive people lose the basic strength and flexibility for daily activities and so many lose independence and have poor mental health

6 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY… Being proactive…. Longer life Less risk of developing many diseases Greater well being Fewer symptoms of depression Lower rates of smoking & substance misuse Ability to function better

7 Most people are inactive Source: Scottish Health Survey, children: 60mins on 5 days, adults: moderate or vigorous target

8 How did this happen?

9 Work was always the biggest source of activity 3,840 Kcal per day720 Kcal per day

10 Most people walked far every day 120Kcal in 30 mins30Kcal in 30 mins

11 There was no TV! 480Kcal per 2 hours120Kcal per 2 hours

12 Everyday activity is the biggest source

13 Individual/casual activity is most relevant

14 What are we doing about it?

15 Sportscotland Sport – 2007: The National Strategy for Sport – Shaping Scotlands Future

16 What are the Sport 21 objectives? The strategy sets 11 targets to be achieved by These targets support an overarching goal for 60% of adult Scots to take part in sport at least once a week by The 11 targets are: 180% of primary schoolchildren to be physically active. 2To make progress towards all schoolchildren taking part in at least two hours of high quality physical education classes a week. 385% of those aged to be taking part in sport, in addition to the school curriculum, more than once a week. 449% of those aged 14 plus in Social Inclusion Partnership areas to be taking part in sport at least once a week. 555% of those aged to be taking part in sport more than twice a week. 643% of those aged to be taking part in sport at least once a week. 7To have had over 250 Scots being medallists on the world stage. 8To have over 500 sports halls available to the public so as to ensure that 70% of the Scottish population have access to a hall within 20 minutes walk. 9To have over one million of the Scottish population playing sport in membership of clubs. 10To sustain 150,000 volunteers in their contribution to the development and delivery of Scottish sport. 11Every local authoritys community planning process to have contributed to the targets of Sport

17 Scottish Executive's Physical Activity Strategy

18 ACTIVE SCHOOLS Travel Play PE Organised classes After school ACTIVE WORKPLACES Travel In work Through work Nature of work ACTIVE HOMES Early years Frailer elderly Secure accommodation ACTIVE COMMUNITIES Places Spaces Routes Services Workforce development LeadershipCommunications Evidence base Strategic issues

19 Improving Health in Scotland : The Challenge

20 Areas to Tackle Pre Primary School Primary-Secondary School Adults Working Age Adults in Later Life

21 ANGUS COUNCIL Best Value Review Physical Activity Strategy Physical Activity Plan

22 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REVIEW Current Level of Provision Pre- Primary School Primary/ Sec. School Adults of Working Age Adults in Later Life Schools Homes Communiti es Workplaces

23 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REVIEW GAPS IN PROVISION Pre Primary Age 0-4 Primary/Sec Adults Working Age Up to 55 Adults in Later Life Schools Gaps Actions PartialMinimalFull Homes Communities Workplaces

24 PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REVIEW GAPS IN PROVISION Pre Primary Age 0-4 Primary/Sec Adults Working Age Up to 55 Adults in Later Life Schools Gaps Actions PartialMinimalFull Homes Communities Workplaces

25 Current Situation FACILITY DEVELOPMENT Through the Big Lottery Fund Montrose Academy/Montrose Sports Centre. Arbroath High School/Arbroath Sports Centre. Monifieth High School. Carnoustie Panmure. Monikie Country Park. Others Angus Health Walks (AC, SNH, Paths for All, AET, SET) Developing pathways and cycle ways in Angus – in and around burgh towns, the glens. Developing rural access

26 Current Situation……… Sportscotland Active SchoolsActive Schools - a key element of the SEs drive to get more Scots more active. The strategic objectives of sportscotlands commitment to Active Schools are to: ….enable all local authorities to effectively deliver Active Schools ….Provide guidance and assistance with the recruitment, training and induction of enthusiastic professionals and volunteers. …….Invest in tools and resources and strengthen links with a wider partnership network at national and local level (e.g. leisure, health, education, transport, community and voluntary sector). Angus TeamAngus Team Primary & Secondary School Co-ordinators (8). THE BIG LOTTERY FUND (Formerly NOF) Out of School HoursOut of School Hours (OSHA) Programme Two officers initiate and develop sports and physical activity programmes in the community. Both work in close collaboration with colleagues in schools, voluntary sector agencies, sports clubs and the wider community. Active Steps ProgrammeActive Steps Programme A multi-agency strategy introduced to address youth justice issues. The main strategy aims to reduce offending and substance misuse as well welfare issues. Young people are provided with opportunities (mainly leisure and sport) designed to improve the quality of their lives which in turn will enable them to contribute to the local community

27 Current Situation……….. Exercise on Referral Cardiac Rehabilitation programme Angus Health Walks Scotlands Health at Work Young Peoples Units, family Support Active Transport Plans Schools – Formal PE Programme & intra- extra curricular activities……. Activity programmes in leisure facilities, country parks, play areas, etc……

28 The Future………… Sustainability Facilities – demand outstripping supply Ageing of existing facilities BLF funding for staffing is for three years – finishes in 5 months time Monitoring & Evaluation - developing an accurate Angus-wide database of information so that resources could be better targeted. Supporting and developing the voluntary sector Opportunities Improving partnerships Health for All ! Co-ordination of strategies

29 Physical activity can have a significant positive effect on the health of the individual, and cumulatively, on the health of the nation. A more preventative approach. Ensuring higher levels of physical activity across all generations is a major factor in preventing ill health and creating vibrant communities that are safer to live in and to bring up future generations The main goal of this strategy therefore is to help improve the health and well-being of those who reside in Angus.

30 Outcomes Benefits will include Behavioural change in peoples attitude towards physical activity and recognise its importance in maintaining a balanced and healthy lifestyle. A reduction in illnesses associated with obesity such as diabetes, coronary heart disease, respiratory difficulties, joint/back problems and mental health offering an alternative or partial alternative to normal medicinal treatment(s). Thus helping to reduce existing pressures on local primary health care services and potentially, on hospital waiting lists.

31 Outcomes A reduction in crime and anti-social behaviour. The development of vibrant, local economies. Developing multi agency partnerships with other major organisations, local planning groups and community groups to reduce health inequalities. Giving empowerment to local communities.

32 Recommendations Local Level It is recommended that Angus Council and NHS Tayside together make a commitment to raising the profile of physical activity by: Recommendation 1 This report should be considered by appropriate Angus Council and NHS Tayside Committees with a view to supporting the ethos of the report and making a commitment to the recommendations therein. Recommendation 2 Create a strategy group that will have a specific remit to produce a business plan and provide an annual progress report. Recommendation 3 Take the identified gaps highlighted in the strategy document into account in their planning of future provision. Recommendation 4 Ensure that an integrated approach be taken to ensure that the various local strategies are linked to one another thereby maximising use of resources.

33 Recommendations Recommendation 5 Adopt a spend to save approach to this issue. e.g. programme development, staffing arrangements, workforce development, physical infrastructure and voluntary sector training. Recommendation 6 Undertake a public campaign, with incentives, to promote and develop participation levels in physical activity for people of all ages. Recommendation 7 Utilise the strategy in the process of making sound funding bids. Recommendation 8 Examine the possibility of Outcome Agreements being negotiated between the Scottish Executive and Council/Community Planning Partnership (CCP). The CPP is in a position best to assess what is appropriate for their community in the context of the powerful messages in the Challenge document on this issue from the Scottish Executive. The CPP should be able to seek funding from a spend to save budget, in order to achieve specific outcomes which demonstrably contribute to the national vision.

34 Recommendations Recommendation 9 The report be submitted to the Community Planning Partnership in Angus for consideration should in the context of the Joint Health Improvement Plan for the area; Recommendation 10 The Community Planning Partnership should be invited to formulate and cost an action plan based on the gaps identified in this report, bearing in mind the approach to Ministers about Outcome Agreements. Recommendation 11 Attention should be given to consulting people at local level on the recommendations of this report, and what they consider to be particular priorities in their communities.

35 Recommendations At a Tayside-wide Level Recommendation 12 The three Councils and NHS Tayside should continue to work closely together to ensure cross-boundary liaison/ learning from good practice. Recommendation 13 In this connection, the Best Value Review Team representing Angus Council and NHS Tayside in Angus should continue in existence as a Liaison Group, meeting as appropriate, to discuss progress and good practice.

36 The following slides are extra ones and were not included in the original presentation but may be of interest to those who attended the seminar.

37 Physical activity participation among young people: research findings Jo Inchley Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit Edinburgh University

38 Implications for practice…. Physical activity behaviour influenced by many factors Young people face many changes (physical, psychological, social and environmental) especially during period of pubertal and school transition Young people respond differently to the challenges these changes bring Need holistic approach to working with children and young people Need partnership approaches involving schools, parents and community groups

39 Girls membership of sports clubs

40 Perceived benefits of being active (% S2 girls responding very true for me) Being healthy (71%) Keeping in shape (65%) Feeling better about myself (54%) Having more energy (51%) Getting stronger (48%) Having fun (46%) Looking better (43%) Making new friends (24%) Coping with stress (20%)

41 Perceived benefits of being active (% S2 girls responding very true for me) Being healthy (71%) Keeping in shape (65%) Feeling better about myself (54%) Having more energy (51%) Getting stronger (48%) Having fun (46%) Looking better (43%) Making new friends (24%) Coping with stress (20%)

42 Girls membership of sports clubs

43 Perceived barriers to being active (% S2 girls responding very true or quite true for me) Not having right equipment (43%) Poor weather (41%) Lack of skill (39%) Rather do other things (37%) Lack of time (34%) Feel embarrassed (33%) Lack of access to facilities (32%) Too much homework (31%) Not interested (20%)

44 Enjoyment of physical activity


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