Presentation on theme: "Sporting Organisations in the UK Funding Mass Participation – Sporting Excellence Yr 12 AS Sport Studies."— Presentation transcript:
1Sporting Organisations in the UK Funding Mass Participation – Sporting Excellence Yr 12 ASSport Studies
2UK Sport UK Sport develops elite sport in the UK, funded by DCMS received over £53million from the government.Manages & distributes National Lottery funding through the:- World Class Pathway- Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS)Manages the UK’s international sporting relationshipsWorks closely with home country sports councilsResponsible for the strategic direction of the National Institutes of Sport (UKSI)
3World Class PathwayIntroduced in 2006 – 3 different levels of support for elite Olympic & Paralympics performers.1. World Class Podium – likely medal at next Olympics (2012). Depends on:results at last Olympicscompetitive recordprobable medal capability2. World Class Development – likely medal at next but one Olympics(2016).3. World Class Talent – likely medal in next 8 years (2020).
4Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) TASS is for Athletes who want to combine sport & education.Government funded, managed by UK SportAthletes nominated by NGB’s or UniversitiesScholarships worth up to £3000For young people up to 24 years old who are studying at least 50% of a full time, higher level courseTASS Bursaries for yr olds also worth up to £3000TASS 2012 Scholarships……
5National Institutes of Sport “Prepares elite athletes for the world stage” (SIS, Scottish Institute of Sport)Grant funded from lottery via UK SportHigh quality practical support & facilitiesEIS has around 2000 competitors in the systemWhat do elite performers gain from being part of an institute??
6Home Country Organisations Government funded organisations responsible for community sport & mass participation.“The council want more people, more active, more often” (Sports Council Wales)Sport England – ensuring young people stay in sport after school.Promotes volunteering, coaching, leadership & officiating as well as performingWorks closely with NGB’s, coaches, clubs to increase participation.Tackle discrimination, support disadvantaged communities, develops school/club links
7NGB’s – Whole Sport Plans (WSPs) Examiners are interested in NGB initiatives!!!!WSPs – impact on mass participation & sporting excellence- map out NGB’s vision and get people to start, stay & succeed in their sport.Plans must include strategies:to increase numbers of participants, clubs, qualified coaches & active volunteersfrom grass roots to elite levelto increase national successfor the effective running of their organisations
8Funding of SportPublic Sector – funding from the Government & Local Authorities, National LotteryPrivate Sector – funding from businesses, companies, investors. One aim – to make money!!!Voluntary Sector – funding from donations or charities, local clubs that exist for their members.
9National LotteryDepartment of Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) is the Government department responsible for sport – decides/organises how lottery grants are distributed.Every £1 spent on a lottery ticket 28p goes towards ‘Good Causes’ such as sport.Lottery Sports Fund provides grants of £200 million annually.UK Sport and 4 home countries distribute funds for mass participation & sporting excellence.Sales of tickets have declined which is reflected in the grants given in sport:Sports Scotland:£32 million£18 million
10Homework Government Initiatives Research and report in detail on the structure, purpose and aims of each initiative:PESSCL StrategySchool Sport Partnerships (SSPs)Handed in next lesson!!!
11Lesson II In small groups: Share findings on PESSCLS & SSPs What are the aims? Structure? Purpose?Recap……World Class PathwayTASSNational Lottery – DCMS