Presentation on theme: "Sporting Organisations in the UK Funding Mass Participation – Sporting Excellence Yr 12 AS Sport Studies."— Presentation transcript:
1 Sporting Organisations in the UK Funding Mass Participation – Sporting Excellence Yr 12 ASSport Studies
2 UK 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)
3 World 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).
4 Talented 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……
5 National 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??
6 Home 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
7 NGB’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
8 Funding 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.
9 National 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
10 Homework 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!!!
11 Lesson II In small groups: Share findings on PESSCLS & SSPs What are the aims? Structure? Purpose?Recap……World Class PathwayTASSNational Lottery – DCMS