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2 Scottish Disability Sport Annual General Meeting
25th September 2013

3 Scottish Disability Sport Vice Chair
Catherine Goodfellow Scottish Disability Sport Vice Chair

4 Scottish Disability Sport Annual General Meeting
25th September 2013

5 Attendees Governing Bodies Management Board Sport Development Officers
Janice Eaglesham Catherine Goodfellow Sandra Proudfoot Gerry Milne Dave Rhoney Anna Tizzard Honorary President Philip Harris FRCS sportscotland Stuart Ogg Governing Bodies Jane Campbell Morrison Terry McLernon MBE Sport Development Officers Shona Malcolm David McArdle Paul Wilson Athletes Jim Anderson OBE Gary Clelland Meggan Dawson-Farrell Jamie Docherty Jane Egan Fraser Mathieson

6 Attendees Athletes (cont.) Coaches Additional Invitees Jamie McCowan
Scott McCowan Peter McGuire Stephen McGuire Jonathan Paterson Martin Perry Joshua Rowe Kieran Steer Coaches Pat Agnew Bob Dick Ron McArthur Don McFarlane Richard Vallis Additional Invitees Brenda Anderson John Anderson Dougie Arneil Helen Bruce Cynthia Clare Mike Crerar John Dawson Kirstie Dawson Alan Dickson Alan Docherty David Grevemberg Andrea Law Gary McCowan Linda McCowan Colin McDonald

7 Attendees Borders Branch Additional Invitees (cont.)
Alison McGuire Peter McGuire Claire Morrison Carol Rowe Ian Smith Nikki Teven Eliza Watson Borders Branch Graham Cook Alan Oliver Dumfries & Galloway Branch Sam Grieveson Ling Mann Andrea Manson George Morrison Aberdeenshire Branch George Keith Linda Mathers Pauline Stirling

8 Attendees Lothian Branch Fife Branch North Ayrshire Branch
Paul Noble MBE Forth Valley Branch Mitchell Graham Graham Harvey Angus Whyte Glasgow Branch Denise Dunn Caroline Johnston Robin Walker Highland Branch Fiona Brodie Lothian Branch Neal Herbert North Ayrshire Branch Stephen Browning Perth & Kinross Branch Irene Black Louise Brett May Harris Lynn Melville Anne Younger

9 Attendees Scottish Disability Sport Staff Lynn Allison Becky Bisland
Norma Buchanan Charlie Forbes Gary Fraser Mark Gaffney Lynne Glen Jen Livingstone Heather Lowden Caroline Lyon Gavin Macleod Claire McDonald Ailien Pallot Lori Ure

10 Apologies Athletes Management Board Honorary President sportscotland
Kenny Cairns MBE Murray Elliot Neil Fachie MBE Alistair Hamilton Stefan Hoggan Michael Kerr Michael McCreadie Andrew Mullen Aileen Neilson Stephen Payton Valerie Robertson Craig Rodgie Kevin Simpson Tracy Wiscombe Management Board Gordon McCormack OBE Eileen Ramsay Honorary President Jean Stone MBE sportscotland Jo Bell Stewart Harris Louise Martin CBE Calum Wood

11 Apologies Coaches Dundee Branch Aberdeen Branch Fife Branch
Jean Duncan Alan Lynn Jacqueline Lynn Ian Mirfin Lyndon Williams Aberdeen Branch Andrinne Craig Borders Branch Elizabeth Scott Dumfries & Galloway Branch Laura Vickers Dundee Branch Agnes Findlay Norman Gray Alison Milne Gillian Munro Brian Webster Fife Branch Richard Brickley MBE Maureen McSeveney David Thomson Glasgow Branch Stephen White

12 Apologies Highland Branch Janet Home Perth & Kinross Branch Kathleen Smith South Lanarkshire Branch Scott Dunbar Millar Stoddart Governing Bodies Kim Atkinson Chris Bryant Bruce Crawford Margaret Ann Fleming Additional Invitees Kerri Allan Judy Anderson Ruari Davidson Linda Fachie Stan Fachie Steve Grimmond Duncan Hamilton Julie Hogg Tim Hollingsworth Barry Horne Hayley Jarvis David McCrae Marie McCrae William McCrae

13 Apologies Additional Invitees (cont.) Scottish Disability Sport staff
Mark McGeachie Dawn Middleton Jon Morgan Dana O’Dwyer Gill Pye Greig Taylor Scottish Disability Sport staff Cheryl Brykajlo Rob Claridge

14 Scottish Disability Sport Annual General Meeting
25th September 2013

15 Scottish Disability Sport Annual General Meeting 2013
Chief Executive Officer Report In highlighting the achievements for the year, I will focus in on a few key areas. Further details of all achievements can be found within this years annual report.

16 Inspiring Through Inclusion: 2012 - 2017
Strategic Plan Inspiring Through Inclusion: Just a quick reminder of our current strategic plan

17 Inspiring Through Inclusion 2012 - 2017
1 Vision Developing opportunities and improving performance in disability sport for children, athletes and players with a physical, sensory or learning disability 2 Overall Aims Develop Sports Opportunities Improve Sports Performance 5 Key Areas Branch, Local and Regional sporting opportunities Developing Talent and Performance Education and Coaching Communication and Leadership Governance and Infrastructure 3 Underpinning Principles People, Partnerships and Pathways 3 Golden Threads Sports Equity Safeguarding in Sport Inclusive Sport


19 Sports Inclusion Model
Inclusive sport offers ALL children, athletes and players with a disability, the opportunity to realise their full potential in physical activity including sport, by providing open, modified, parallel and discrete sports options appropriate to their individual needs, abilities and environment

20 Key Messages Develop more inclusive opportunities locally through our Branches and local authority partners for children, athletes and players with a disability Sustain a regional network providing support to children, athletes and players with a disability with performance potential and linking local and national programmes More sports working inclusively to ensure robust and sustainable pathways for children, athletes and players with a disability to meet their full potential Develop inclusive coaching and education structures to provide Scotland’s coaches and volunteers with the skills and knowledge required to support children, athletes and players with a disability Sufficient resources are in place to ensure the future of disability sport in Scotland Effectively communicate with partners and stakeholders and explicitly lead the development of disability sport in Scotland

21 Local to Regional Opportunities Managers appointed People’s Post Code
SDS Professional Officer’s Group 184 local coaches supported 231 young disabled people attended Talent ID & Development Days 30 athletes and players progressed onto Regional Squads Jen Livingstone & Mark Gaffney now in post with a specific remit to support the work of the SDS Branches Peoples Postcode Lottery – 18 opportunities supported across 8 SDS Branches or Regions

22 International Success
WCF Wheelchair Curling World Championships CPISRA Intercontinental Championships INAS World Athletics Championships Deaflympics Paratriathlon European Championships BISFed European Boccia Championships European Wheelchair Rugby Championships IPC World Swimming Championships IPC World Athletics Championships IBBA World Championships 4 Gold, 4 silver and 8 bronze medals Scottish athletes and players also enjoyed considerable success on the international stage during the last 12 months. The following are a sample of international events attended during the last year with successes including: ETU Paratriathlon European Championships in Turkey – Jane Egan secured her title in a row with the gold medal in the Tri-1 category BISFed European Boccia Championships in Portugal – Josh Rowe won gold medal in the BC1/2 Team event, Scott McCowan won a bronze medal in the BC3 Pairs event and Keiran Steer, Jamie McCowan and Stephen McGuire won a god medal in the BC4 Pairs event Wheelchair Rugby European Championships in Belgium – Michael Kerr was a member of the bronze medal winning GB team IPC World Swimming Championships in Canada – Andrew Mullen won silver medal in the S5 50m and a bronze in the 50m Butterfly, James Clegg won a bronze medal in the S12 400m Freestyle IPC World Athletics Championships in France – Libby Clegg won silver medals in the T12 100m & 200m

23 Education & Coaching Education Scotland/sportsotland support for UKDIT in 32 local authorities 114 education and training opportunities delivered 1,563 course participants Inclusive coaching developments with 17 SGB’s Successful Coaching Matters Conference attracting 35 delegates across 10 sports External Review of Coaching, Education, Development & Training External Review - results were very positive with virtually all (98%) stating that the training had been effective or very effective. 90% indicated that the training had had an impact on their teaching 75% had shared their learning from the course with workplace colleagues

24 Governance Staffing restructure
Wheelchair Basketball Development Officer post Funding support 4 year integrated investment agreed with sportscotland


26 Communication 3,701 average monthly website visits
SDS Facebook (369 Likes) and Twitter (761 Followers) 2 Electronic Newsletters distributed SDS History produced Events Communications Plan Coaches, volunteers, athletes and players recognised Website – Average monthly visits to the website for the last 12 months were 3,701, a 31% increase on last year. Lyndon Williams named sportscotland Disability Coach of the Year and Shona Malcolm named sportscotland Technical official of the Year. Our Chairman, Gordon McCormack was awarded an OBE as was wheelchair curling guru Kate Caithness. Paralympians Neil Fachie, Craig MacLean and David Smith awarded MBE’s following their gold medal performances in London

27 Glasgow 2014 More sports, more athletes & more Nations
Parasport Events Athletics Cycling Lawn Bowls Swimming Powerlifting Increase from 15 to 22 medal events

28 Thanks SDS Management Board & Gordon McCormack OBE
SDS Branch officers & Volunteers Sport Specific Development Officers & Coaches SDS Staff in Fife & Edinburgh Offices Scotland’s Local Authorities, Leisure Trusts & Governing Bodies of Sport sportscotland Sponsors & other key partners Especially – athletes Every success for the year ahead

29 Scottish Disability Sport Annual General Meeting
25th September 2013

30 Scottish Disability Sport Annual General Meeting
Guest Speaker David Grevemberg CEO, Glasgow 2014

31 Scottish Disability Sport Awards 2013

32 SDS Minimum Operating Requirements
SDS Management Board Considers the following Branch has fully met the SDS MOR Dumfries & Galloway Disability Sport The SDS Minimum Operating Requirements (MOR) for governance, communication, child and vulnerable adult protection and sports development has been introduced across all 14 local branches over the last 3 years. The SDS Management Board has now considered all submissions and is delighted to announce that the following branches have fully met the SDS MOR This will now be an ongoing process to support al branches to meet the minimum requirements.

33 David McCrae Bursary Thomas Brown

34 Archie Cameron Bursary
Martin Perry

35 Special Award George Keith

36 Special Olympics Trophy
Gordon McCormack

37 Capability Scotland Salver
Kieran Steer

38 Glasgow Trophy Helen Bruce

39 Elspeth Watson Trophy Don McFarlane

40 Russell Hogg Trophy Kevin Simpson


42 Fife Trophy Claire Morrison

43 Dedication to Football Award
Scott Troupe

44 Findlay Calder Trophy Libby Clegg

45 Brian Dolan Memorial Trophy
Andrew Mullen

46 Angus Trophy Jane Egan

47 Gordon Brown Memorial Trophy
Neil Fachie

48 Presentation of Beijing 2008 Paralympic Torch
Alan Dickson International Paralympic Committee

49 Scottish Disability Sport Annual General Meeting
Closing Remarks Stuart Ogg Director of Corporate Services, sportscotland

50 Final Thanks

51 Safe Journey Home See you all next year on Wednesday 24th September 2014

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