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1 SCHOOL SPORT PROGRAMME Presentation to National Federations 29 August 2013

2 1.Development must start from early childhood. 2.Key Programmes: –Capacity development (toolkit, coach, administrators, technical officials, etc) –Sport focus schools (ministerial bursary) –SA Schools League programme (registration and eliminations) –SA Schools National Championships (top school model) –School code structures (support, meetings, elections, etc) 3.Resources: –DORA funding, 40% for school sport. (community, clubs, academies, SC, etc) –Lottery –Corporate SA 4.Management and coordination –SRSA Task Team –Joint National Task Team (JNTT) –Joint Provincial / District National Task Team (JPTT / JDTT) –Extended Joint National Task Team (EJNTT) –EJPTT bedrock for sport development

3 School sport corporate identity!identity School Sport Identity

4 Priority Sport Codes Sport codesGenderDisable persons AthleticsMale and FemalesII, PD and Deaf BasketballMale and FemalesII, PD and Deaf BoxingMale and FemalesN/A ChessMale and FemalesDeaf CricketMale and FemalesII, PD and Deaf FootballMale and FemalesII, PD and Deaf GymnasticsMale and FemalesN/A Goal ballMale and FemalesPD HockeyFemalesN/A NetballMale and FemalesII, PD and Deaf RugbyMale and FemalesII and Deaf SoftballMale and FemalesN/A SwimmingMale and FemalesII, PD and Deaf Table tennisMale and FemalesII, PD and Deaf TennisMale and FemalesPD VolleyballMale and FemalesDeaf

5 1.Guidelines for the establishment of code committees. 2.Key principles –Single code structure –Inclusion and representation –Local, area, district, provincial and national structures –Elected office bearers –70% educators and 30% volunteers –Committee has seat on NF executive committee / vote –Structure School Code Committee Structure.docxSchool Code Committee Structure.docx 3.Key roles –Coordinate and implement school sport programmes at all levels (league fixtures, eliminations, etc) 4.Status –No indication from NW, NC and EC. –Limpopo only has provincial structures –Remaining provinces have district and provincial structures in 90% of priority sport codes. –Summary available School Code Committees

6 Provinces –Through DORA funding and representation at quarterly JPTT forums. SRSA – Quarterly EJNTT meetings –Annual national meetings –National elections schedule every four years starting in Areas of concern –Unclear role demarcation between NF and code structure (duplication of programmes) –Poor relations between NF and school code committee –Non-existence or coordination of structures at local levels –Lack of documented evidence of the existence and operations of structures at all levels –NF support for school code committee School Code Committees…

7 1.Most important aspect of the school sport programme –Schools registration to indicate interest and intent to participate. –On going league / competition between schools that are within close proximity. Home and away games. –Fixtures. –Log standings and results. –Though competitive, mass based. –Wednesday league –Winning schools progress to district, provincial and national competition. 2.Areas of concern –Fixtures - NF submissions: rugby only –Fixtures - Provincial submissions: FS, KZN, MP and WC. –Distance, equipment, facilities, attire, etc. –Coach support (volunteer corp programme, EPWP) –Registration process, schools registered, down from in Evidence: KZN, NC, MP and FS. –2014 registration start in September and end in November SA Schools League Programme

8 1.Centers of excellence in identified sporting codes. Talented athletes identified and placed at SFS. 2.Concept document shared with EJNTT for inputs. –Generalist –Regionalist –Specialist 3.One per district municipality in each provinces except NW, NC and LP. Ideally 2 to be fully supported in Support to be provided –Sport equipment and attire –Scientific support and testing –Infrastructure (support funding applications) –Capacity development support –Gymnasium Sport Focus Schools

9 1.Centers of excellence in identified sporting codes. Talented athletes identified and placed at SFS. Links to regional, provincial and national avademy. 2.Concept document shared with EJNTT for inputs. –Generalist / regionalist / specialist 3.One per district municipality in each provinces except NW, NC and LP. Ideally 2 to be fully supported in Support to be provided –Sport equipment and attire –Scientific support and testing –Infrastructure (support funding applications) –Capacity development support –Gymnasium –Participation programmes –Athlete development for identified (bursary recipients) –Funding Sport Focus Schools

10 2013 process –MOU (provincial sport, sport code, PDBE) sent to provinces for their adoption and use. –Agreements to be in place with all schools by end October –In principle agreements already by: GP, EC, MP, NW, FS, WC and LP Scientific support unit –Guidelines and parameters for talent ID at the National Championships to be finalized and shared with NF. –Workshop with federations Sport Focus Schools…

11 1.Dates: 10 – 16 December 2013, Mangaung ( competition days) 2.Accommodation: University and Free State, Central University of Technology and surrounding schools / hostels 3.Rules and regulations adopted at JNTT, Top school format with the exception of teams for people with disabilities and individual sport codes such as athletics. 5.SRSA will not be supporting other code specific championships (resources and strategy ) championships : swimming and goal ball championships: softball and boxing SA Schools National Championships

12 Provisional playing facilities –Athletics: Free State Athletics –Basketball: Vista University (2); Seisa Ramabodi and Boet Troskie –Chess: Unice High School (3 halls) –Cricket: University of Free State (4 ovals); –FootballGrey College (4); UFS (3); Bredner High (3) –Gymnastics: Show grounds Gymnasium –Hockey: UFS (2); Eunice High (1) and Grey College (1) - AstroT –Netball: University of Free State (6 courts) –Rugby: Grey College (6 fields) –Table tennis University of Free State (2) –Tennis Unice High (10) and Grey College (12) –Volleyball: TBC –Morabaraba: Brebner High (3 halls) –Jukskei: TBC SA Schools National Championships…

13 Summary of Statistics Athletes Code Athletes Mainstream Disability MaleFemaleMaleFemale Athletics196x9 = (180) 78 (702) Basketball96 x 9 = (216) Chess36 x 9 = (162) 00 Cricket26 x 9 = (117)0 0 Gymnastics20 x 9 = (90) 00 Football131 x 9 = (306) 63 (567)0 Netball60 x 9 = (216)036 (324) Rugby58012 (252)12 (192)00 Volleyball48 x 9 = (216) 00 Tennis20 x 9 = 1808 (72) 2 (18) Jukskei20 x 9 = (90) 00 Table Tennis38 x 9 = (90) 9 (81) Morabaraba16 x 9 = 1448 (72) 00 Hockey46 x 9 = (207) 00 Total

14 Summary of Statistics Coaches and Managers Code Managers & Coaches Mainstream Disability ManagerCoachManagerCoach Athletics34 X 9 = 3064 (36) 14 (126)12 (108) Basketball16 X 9 = 1444 (36) Chess9 X 9 = 813 (27)6 (54)00 Cricket5 X 9 = 451 (9) 2 (18) Gymnastics6 X 9 = 541 (9)5 (45)00 Football17 X 9 = 1534 (36) 5 (45) Netball11 X 9 = 992 (18) 3 (27)4 (36) Rugby Volleyball8 X 9 = 724 (36) 00 Tennis6 X 9 = 542 (18) 1 (9) Jukskei8 X 9 = 724 (36) 00 Table Tennis12 X 9 = 1082 (18) 4 (36) Morabaraba4 X 9 = 364 (36)000 Hockey4 X 9 = 362 (18) 00 Total

15 SA Schools National Championships: Key Dates ActivityDate Sport facility inspection / sign offSeptember 2013 Technical officials entries04 October 2013 Provincial team entries25 October 2013 Arrival of LOC08 December 2013 Arrival of volunteers09 December 2013 Arrival of tournament managers09 December 2013 Arrival of teams10 December 2013 Opening ceremony10 December 2013 Competitions11-15 December 2013 Finals and sport awards15 December 2013 Closing ceremony15 December 2013 All teams / guests depart16 December 2013

16 Key roles of stakeholders Sport Codes Team selections Serve a resource to LOC Manage sport competition (competition, results, fixtures, etc) Select / appoint technical officials Provincial Departments Facilitate provincial team selection, preparation and presentation Hosting partners Provide all resources (infrastructure, human resource, goods and services required to host national competition in accordance with rules – technical and statutory) National Championships…

17 National Championships – Provincial Eliminations PROVINCE PROVINCIAL ELIMINATION DATE SPORT CODES Limpopo04 & 05 Sep 2013 Athletics, Basketball, Chess, Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, Hockey, Netball,, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Jukskei and Morabaraba North West14 Sep 2013 Athletics, Basketball, Chess, Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, Hockey, Netball,, Table Tennis, and Volleyball Mpumalanga14 Sep 2013 Basketball, Football,, Volleyball, Morabaraba, Jukskei and Morabaraba Eastern Cape20 & 21 Sep 2013 Athletics, Basketball, Chess, Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, Hockey, Netball, Gymnastics,, Table Tennis, and Volleyball Kwazulu-Natal20 – 24 Sep 2013 Athletics, Basketball, Chess, Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, Hockey, Netball, Gymnastics,, Table Tennis and Volleyball. Western Cape23 – 27 Sep 2013Chess, Football, Gymnastics, Table tennis, Tennis, Volleyball, Jukskei and Morabaraba

18 1.Primarily through DORA funding, annual targets 2.Athletes are a product of coaches. Areas of concern 1.Finalizing or alignment of NFs with coaching framework 2.Non-existence of coordinated, strategic capacity development programme. –Minimum national requirements should inform provincial and national targets. –Trained coaches exiting the system: ROI. –Talent scouting at local levels –Life skills –HR limitations…DBE priorities Capacity Development

19 Thank you!


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