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1 Developing a College Sport Strategy May 2013 Clare Howard, Head of Sport Policy, AoC Clare Howard Head of Sports Policy Association of Colleges Developing your cross-College sport and physical activity strategy

2 Purpose of the workshop To understand the benefits of a College-wide sports strategy – why do it? To help you begin the process of developing a strategy: –Examine context –Develop your vision –Roles and responsibilities/staffing –External partnerships and potential funding –Use of the plan and communication

3 National focus on quality standards The Education and Training Foundation Chartered Status

4 National sport strategy Vision, strategic aims and objectives (seven areas) Good practice case studies Advocacy papers for Colleges and community sport Annual operational plan

5 National context (sport) Active Colleges –153 College Sport Makers –100+ others through FE Activation Fund £160m for facilities New satellite clubs Funding for NGBs and local partners

6 6 * £7.5m for CSP Club Link Makers has been included within the local investment budget. All figures are draft and subject to Board approval. Numbers have been rounded in this diagram. Schools & School Games Up to £150 million (Including Education,& Health funding) Governance £5m A sporting habit for life Five Year Investment 2012/ /17 Access £10m CSPs: £60m Coaching (Sportivate): £58m Volunteering (Sport Makers): £14m Disability: £18m Transition to Clubs* £48.5m Rewards £40m WSPs start at age 14 Focus on for relevant sports Mandatory growth targets Payment by results Enhanced governance Talent development Mid-range/ Improvemen t £45m e.g. pools/artificial pitches New capital £110m £5m £15m Health pilot Market development Iconic: £30m Inspired: £50m Playing fields: £10m Supported by CSP Club Link Makers* Whole Sport Plans (NGBs) over £450 million Facilities Up to £250 million Local Investment Over £250m Community Sport Pot £40m Door Step Clubs & Get On Track £28m Higher Education £25m Further Education £25m

7 Your College in December What existing documents/plans do you have? 2.Why do you want to develop a cross-College sport and physical activity strategy?

8 Why do it? Benefits to your College Communication / links with community partners and employers Helps to attract funding Helps internal communication New inspection framework: improves teaching, learning, outcomes Priorities and work programming – staff resources Profile and reputation of your College – aid to recruitment Transferable skills for learners in all subject areas

9 Know WHY you want one: your reasons will affect......how long?...headings and structure?...what format?...target audience?...number of copies?...circulation?...timescale?

10 Process for your strategy Key drivers and what influences you (national and local / top and bottom) Your mission, vision and values Big headings / “Chunks” - Goals or strategic objectives Self Assessment – priorities and influencing College SAR Team/Departmental Improvement Planning Individual objectives and work programming Implementation

11 Key drivers and what influences you (national and local/top and bottom) Your mission, vision and values Big headings / “Chunks” - Goals or strategic objectives Self Assessment – priorities and influencing College SAR Team / Departmental Improvement Planning Individual objectives and work programming Implementation Step 1 What influences the whole College? National policy? Catchment demographics? Funding? External organisations? Inspection? What other plans might drive the strategy? LA plans? CSP strategy? Facility plans? Health organisations?

12 Your geographic context Know your area... Demographic data Health data Economic performance Participation and activity levels Sporting facilities Nearest neighbour comparisons

13 Strategic organisations and policy makers Government departments (Education, BIS, Health, Culture) UK Sport Sport England Youth Sport Trust AoC National Governing Bodies CSPs LAs

14 Delivery partners Employers County Sports Partnerships Sports Development Officers Local Authorities – leisure centres, Youth Service, Extended Services Schools Community Sports Coaches Voluntary sector Private sector Leagues, clubs and GBs Professional clubs

15 Keeping it simple

16 Key drivers and what influences you (national and local / top and bottom) Your mission, vision and values Big headings / “Chunks” - Goals or strategic objectives Self Assessment – priorities and influencing College SAR Team / Departmental Improvement Planning Individual objectives and work programming Implementation Step 2 Identifying mission/vision: What do you want to achieve? What does success look like? Identifying appropriate words Statement/re-statement How does this relate to your College mission?

17 Vision for your strategy

18 Key drivers and what influences you (national and local / top and bottom) Your mission, vision and values Big headings / “Chunks” - Goals or strategic objectives Self Assessment – priorities and influencing College SAR Team / Departmental Improvement Planning Individual objectives and work programming Implementation Themes (Could be health, equity etc) Work areas (facilities, coaching, volunteering) Geographic areas Target groups of learners Community use and links Step 3

19 Chunks/big headings

20 Other example headings used 1.Develop our partnership working 2.Develop workforce 3.Re-design provision to meet future skills and funding priorities 4.Build and manage facilities 5.Achieve outstanding success rates through improvements to teaching and learning 6.Increase levels of physical activity and improve the health of learners

21 How would you structure your strategy? Curriculum Extra curricular sport Enrichment

22 Key drivers and what influences you (national and local / top and bottom) Your mission, vision and values Big headings / “Chunks” - Goals or strategic objectives Self Assessment – priorities and influencing College SAR Team / Departmental Improvement Planning Individual objectives and work programming Implementation Step 4: Self assessment and setting priorities Complete a self assessment with as many members of staff as possible involved (formal or informal)

23 Key drivers and what influences you (national and local / top and bottom) Your mission, vision and values Big headings / “Chunks” - Goals or strategic objectives Self Assessment – priorities and influencing College SAR Team / Departmental Improvement Planning Individual objectives and work programming Implementation Step 5 List projects and work areas emanating from strategic objectives Roles and responsibilities Who leads? Who needs to participate? Who needs to be informed? Who is not involved? Use a matrix

24 Roles and responsibilities Area (change to suit)Who Curriculum developments Employer links/Apprenticeships Participation: inactive Participation: already active Volunteering Teams, clubs, competition Club links Support for elite performers Facility management Facility planning Health, physical activity

25 Key drivers and what influences you (national and local / top and bottom) Your mission, vision and values Big headings / “Chunks” - Goals or strategic objectives Self Assessment – priorities and influencing College SAR Team / Departmental Improvement Planning Individual objectives and work programming Implementation Steps 6 and 7 Project management techniques Gantt charts Line management Communication Team building Effective meetings Etc

26 Action planning for your priorities PriorityActionWho ResourcesTimescaleTargets

27 What next? Your timetable for production A 3-6 month process Needs to link with other planning cycles Needs sign off and involvement of Principal and SMT Link back to WHY you are producing it? What format will you need and who will need to buy in? Don’t underestimate the interest it will generate

28 Immediate actions from today... 1.Advocacy and persuasion, gain senior level support (example) (example) 2.Visioning and scoping session – essential to gain buy in across College 3.Establish cross-College working group and set dates for meetings 4.Agree production timetable and stick to it! 5.There will be a temptation for the process and the document to grow; keep it as simple as possible

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