Presentation on theme: "The Project Sport England Inclusive Funding (Round 1 and 2) of £618,000 which created the Sports for All in Sussex project. To deliver more Sports sessions."— Presentation transcript:
The Project Sport England Inclusive Funding (Round 1 and 2) of £618,000 which created the Sports for All in Sussex project. To deliver more Sports sessions to adults (16+) with disabilities across Sussex. Current Statistics show only 23.1% of people with a learning disability are taking part in moderate sport for up to 30 minutes a week in Sussex.
Grace Eyre – Lead Partner Eastbourne Borough Football Club Active Hastings Active Rother Albion in the Community Freedom Leisure Wealden District Council East Sussex Partnerships
Various Partnership Responsibilities Grace Eyre Foundation Lead Partner Freedom Leisure & Wealden District Council Providing facilities and coaches Beneficiary partners: University of Brighton Royal Mencap East Sussex Special Schools Council day services and housing providers Sussex Downs College Eastbourne Borough FC Hastings Borough Council and Rother District Council: Partners in delivering the project targets Albion in the community: Training for coaches and volunteers Providing coaches and sessions
This 3 year project will: Increase the number of people participating in physical activity & sports through new and existing community clubs in East Sussex. Recruit & train volunteers & coaches Deliver sports competitions to athletes Work in partnership with sports governing bodies & various organisations to ensure the project has a sustainable future. What will this partnership do?
Sports for All In Sussex 2 - The Grace Eyre Foundation Participants Y1 - how many people Y1 - throughput Y2 - how many people Y2 - throughput Y3 - how many people Y3 - throughput Grace Eyre74296011044001706800 Grace Eyre/Freedom Leisure96115214417281922304 Active Hastings7084011613921201440 Albion in the Community32256451664602240 Total2725208415918454212784 Targets Overall we are aiming to engage over 1,229 individuals !!
Where are we now? To date we have achieved: Completed first year of the Brighton and Hove and West Sussex project and East Sussex started officially on July 7 th. 554 people participating in physical activity 14,130 Visits to sessions in Year 1 3 Sport Specific volunteers. New coaches recruited & trained. BH City College – partnership
East Sussex NOW! The County has been split into 3 areas; Peacehaven to Eastbourne costal strip – Delivered by Grace Eyre Wealden Area – Delivered by Grace Eyre and Freedom Leisure in partnership with Wealden District Council Hasting and Rother – Delivered by Active Hastings and Active Rother Following the projects current ethos working with existing Sports Clubs to establish Disability specific or inclusive sessions. Develop a network of volunteers in association with Brighton University Support clubs with financing sessions, training, support and using knowledge of Grace Eyre in supporting adults with disabilities.
Launching Sports For All in East Sussex Saturday 18 th October - Press Launch at The Amex Stadium Brighton 1 st of November - Press Launch at Eastbourne Borough Football Club Hastings Launch – Partnership Event and Sports Taster Event Taster Sessions week of 10 th -15 th November. Contact Gabbi Simmonds – Sport Development Worker (East Sussex) firstname.lastname@example.org 07436 093171 Project Information www.sportsforallsussex.co.uk Twitter: Sport4allSussex Facebook: SportsforallSussex