Sport Unlimited Year 2 Delivery Plan Cumbria by xaw12252

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									  Sport Unlimited
Year 2 Delivery Plan
      Cumbria

      Bruce Lawson
 Cumbria Sport Partnership
   Cumbria NGB Forum
     24th March 2009
                 Presentation Content

• Context to Cumbria
• The Sport Unlimited Journey
• The Delivery Plan 2009 – 2010:
  – Killer stats:
     •   Participants
     •   Sports
     •   Funding
     •   Settings and Deliverers
  – Critical Success Factors
  – Examples of Activities
Cumbria

 • 48% land area of NW
 • 2nd largest county
 • Topography dictates
   routes and settlement
   patterns
 • 88,500 CYP aged 5-19
   yrs (17.8% of pop)
 • 0.7% BME Groups
 • 6 LAs mirroring SSP
   network
          The SU Journey in Cumbria
• September 2007 – National
  Trailblazer county for SU
• April 2008 – SU Delivery
  commences
• 1st CSP to produce a sub
  regional PE and Sport
  Strategic Framework – aligning
  the 10 workstrands + ensuring
  “Integrated Planning”
• The Framework is
  underpinned by 4 Themed
  Groups
• Framework template adapted
  to NW CSPs
SU Delivery Plan Cumbria

        2009 - 2010
   Killer Stats
“The Participants”
      • 7,395 “retained” participants
      • 66% increase on SE target
        (4,446)
      • 4,000 Girls (54%)
      • 3,395 Boys (46%)
      • 708 participants in Yr12-13
        (10%)
      • 5,471 participants are
        Secondary School aged (74%)
      • Largest segment is Yr10 at
        1,184 participants (16%)
      • Yr1 Terms 1&2 participation
        figures to date:
         – KPI 1 “engaged” 1,905
         – KPI 3 “retained” 1,333
                               Killer Stats
                              “The Sports”
80 activities across 28
  different sports, inc:
• Minor Sports:
   – Archery, Cheerleading (3),
     Racketball & Roller Hockey
• Major Sports:
   – Multi-sports (12),
     Gym/Fitness (8), Dance
     (5), Football (5), Golf (5) &
     Rugby League (4)
• Natural assets of
  Cumbria:
   – Mountaineering (3),
     Canoeing (2) & Sailing (1)
  Killer Stats
“The Funding”
    • Delivery Plan cost £222,807
    • Partnership funding £81,495:
        – “In Kind” £71,363
        – “Cash” £10,032
    •   SU Grant funding £141,311
    •   2009-2010 funding £129,600
    •   Balance shortfall £11,711
    •   Cost / head on Funding
        Request at £19.11
                     Killer Stats
            “The Settings and Deliverers”
• Top 3 Settings:
   – On a School Site 29 activities
     (36%)
   – On a Mixed Setting 17
     activities (21%)
   – On a School and Club Site 13
     activities (16%)
• Top 3 Deliverers:
   – Private Organisation /
     Instructor 29 activities (36%)
   – Mixture of deliverers 21
     activities (26%)
   – Sports Club Staff 8 activities
     (10%)
• Supportive role of PDMs
• NGB Engagement
Sport Unlimited Delivery Plan
          Cumbria
        Activity Examples
                       Activity 8
               “Mixed Outdoor Activities”
• Summer term activity worked up by Extended School Co-ordinator
  delivered by Youth Sector providers “Cumbria Outdoors”
• Targets 8 disaffected 11-14 year olds from Allerdale to experience:
  archery, canoeing, ghyll scrambling and sailing
• Activities requested by YP
• Progression into Summer Holiday activities (via Cumbria Outdoors)
• All YP will join the “All Star Passport Scheme” to access reduced
  ongoing activities at Hawse End
• Links with targeting “Hard to Reach” groups and addressing “Wider
  YP Agenda”
• Generates £399 of Partnership Funding
• Requests £1,056 of SU Funding
                        Activity 44
                      “Funk Fitness”
• All year round activity worked up and delivered by
  Carlisle & North Cumbria SSP
• Targets 687 Yr7-13 boys and girls (90% girls) into Funk
  Fitness sessions inc – spinning, X biking, dance and gym
  training
• 21 blocks of 8 week activity sessions being delivered
• Demonstrates an example of large scale delivery with
  high output
• Generates £3,970 of Partnership Funding
• Requests £2,750 of SU Funding
                      Activity 49
           “Keep Them Off The Streets Football”

• Summer term activity worked up by Millom Family Centre, local
  Youth Workers and the Police
• Targets 51 Yr7-13 boys & girls from an isolated community in
  Copeland to set up Friday Night Football competitions
• YP have requested this in consultation with the Family Centre,
  Youth Workers and Police.
• Officials from nearby Club and Police will referee matches, but YP
  organise the events
• Millom Family Centre is securing a sponsor to ensure sustainability
  of activity and participants will be signposted to football club
• Links with targeting “Hard to Reach” groups, addressing “Wider YP
  Agenda” and development with “Community Partners” as well as
  attracting participation of “16-19” year olds
• Generates £1,280 of Partnership Funding
• Requests £800 of SU Funding
                         Activity 71
                       Disability Club
• Summer term activity worked up by Disability Sport and
  Equality partners lead by the Eden Valley SSP
• Targets 12 Yr10-12 disabled boys & girls across Eden
• Various sports have been identified by the YP
• Qualified teachers, sport coaches and specialist staff are
  to deliver sessions
• Personnel prepared to set up and run a Disability Club to
  ensure sustainability
• Links with targeting “Hard to Reach” groups and
  development of “School to Club links”
• Generates £550 of Partnership Funding
• Requests £800 of SU Funding
                 Activities 76, 77 & 78
             “Rugby League Programmes”
•   All year round programme across 3 out of 6 locality areas
•   Progression from Yr1 activity (RFL Organisers Award) for 50 Yr10/11
    participants
•   Activity 77 (Primary Schools Programme). Trained Organisers (and Coach)
    deliver sessions to 200 Yr5/6 participants leading to a major festival
    (Summer term)
•   Activity 76 (Secondary Schools Programme). Trained Organisers (and
    Coach) to deliver sessions to 200 Yr7-10 participants leading to a major
    festival (Autumn term)
•   Activity 78 (Leadership Programme) to train up 25 existing Organisers
    (Yr12/13) to Leaders Award and attract 25 Yr 10/11 participants in
    Organisers Award (Spring term)
•   Aligned with “Leadership & Volunteering”, development of “Club & NGB
    links” and “School to Club links”
•   Generates £6,800 of Partnership Funding
•   Requests £8,575 of SU Funding
              Delivery Plan Principles

• Full alignment with all other PESSYP workstrands
  through the PE & Sport Strategic Framework
• Full and wide engagement of partners
• New financial systems introduced aligned to Sport
  Lottery guidelines to ensure accountability of CSP and
  responsibilities also placed with deliverers
• M&E processes tracked alongside financial systems
• Signed SLAs with each Project Co-ordinator to ensure
  settings are safe, well managed and providing high
  quality sustainable progression for all participants

								
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