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									5 Hour “Sports Offer” for children and YP



                                    February
                                      2008




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This Presentation
•Policy Context to 5 Hour Offer
•Overview of Planning Process for
 County Sports Partnership’s
•Insight into Extending Activities
 Funding Programme (April 2008)



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        Children and Young People in Sport – The Policy Landscape
     PUBLIC SERVICE                LOCAL GOVERNMENT                                MEASUREMENT
                                                                          NI
    AGREEMENTS (PSA)                FRAMEWORK (LGF)                                 FOR SPORT




PSA 22: Deliver a              OUTCOME: Children and                            PSA : PESSCL PE and
successful Olympic Games       Young People (Be Healthy)                        Sport Survey (5-16),
and Paralympic Games with                                                       Active People (16-19)
a sustainable legacy and get   Young People have a chance
more children and young        to do 5 hours of Sport per                 57    LGF : Independent
people taking part in high     week (5-19 years) DCSF                           Survey to be
quality PE and Sport                                                            commissioned (TBC)




                               OUTCOME: Children and Young
                               People (Enjoy and Achieve)
                                                                                PESSCL PE and Sport
                               Positive Activities for Young People             Survey (5-16)
PSA 14: Young People on the
                               (13-19yrs, 24yrs CYP with disabilities)
Path to Success                Alignment to National Standards:                 Active People
                               2 hours of Sport, 2 hours of other         110
                                                                                (16-24)
                               constructive activities and volunteering
                               DCSF


                               OUTCOME: Stronger Communities
PSA 21: Build more cohesive
empowered and active           Adult Participation and Volunteering in          Active People (16+)
communities                    Sport (16+) DCMS                           8

                               Volunteering CO (Cabinet Office)           6
Aligning Priorities and Collective Action

          COUNTY STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK “5 hour Sport” Offer (County Plan)
                     (Led by County Sport Partnership, supported by all partners)




        Community Sport Networks: Delivery Plan for Sport (Local Authority Area Plan)
                          Aligned with Local LSP and CYP Planning Processes


      School Sport Partnership: Evaluation and Priorities Document (Locality Plan)


High Quality PE & Sport         Leadership and                                Young People Achieving
                                                       Community Sport
on an Educational Site           Volunteering                                     their Potential
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Planning Alignment - Areas for Consideration
   High Quality Physical Education and Sport on an Educational Site
       • Physical Education (Curriculum)
       • HQ Sport Activities on an Educational Site (non curriculum)

   High Quality Community Sport
       • Sports Clubs
       • Other Settings

   High Quality Leadership and Volunteering

   High Quality Pathways - Young People Developing their Potential
       • Coacing / Skill Development
       • Competition
       • Performance Pathways / Gifted and Talented

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1. Background to Extending Activities
• 13 July 2007 announcement by the Prime Minister – additional £100m
• Links to existing PESSCL programmes – OSHL, Club Links, Step into
  Sport
• Funding distributed as follows:

            £60 m DCFS:                        £36m + £12m
  •   FESCOs linked to SSPs                       DCMS
  •   Competition Managers linked to
      SSPs
                                            Extending Activities:
  •   Top up grants to SSPs for coaching    Funding to support
  •   Multi sport clubs for children with
                                            clubs to attract “semi
      special needs linked to SSPs          sporty” types – a
  •   National School Sport Week            different type of young
                                            person


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2.Extending Activities: the vision


• “to ensure up to 900,000 children and young people in the 5
  to 19 age range from the „semi sporty‟ population segment
  take up an additional 2 hours of term time high quality
  community sports activities „through attractive provision
  designed to stimulate and increase take up and sustain
  participation‟”




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Definition of sport (for extending activities)

• A broad definition of sport that includes activities outside
  of Sport England‟s support structure that are relevant and
  compelling to children and young people. These include
  dance, aerobics and climbing. It does not include activities
  such as walking or cycling to school.




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Extending Activities... Where it fits




                              Extending
                              Activities




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What is it trying to Achieve?




       Increase from 10% to 65% very
      active/sporty types (5hrs+ per wk)     Decrease     Decreas
                                           from 50% to     e from
                                            25% semi-      20% to
      Extending Activities Contribution    active (3hrs     10%
      Additional 900,000 young people          pw)        inactive
           to take up 5 hour offer




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 2.Extending Activities: Focus
• Increase opportunities for 5-19 year olds to participate regularly
  – PLACES TO GO THINGS TO DO
• Transition Platform into regular community sports participation
• Focused on out of school hours and club activities – e.g. Youth
  clubs, Community Sports Clubs
• New and different children into regular community sports activity
  SEMI SPORTY (semi active) INTO SPORTY (active)
• Pinch points/priorities at KS2/3 (10-11 yr olds) transition and 14
  to 19 age range


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Extending Activities work strand
evaluation framework


                                                                 Sustain and grow
                                                                    Young people
                                                                      continue to
   Recruit               Engage                  Retain          participate regularly
 Working with        Registration and      Young people attend       KPI Sustain
  partners to            attendance         a minimum of 6 out
recruit targeted                                                        Excel
                    KPI Participants KPI    of 10 sessions KPI
 young people           Throughput                 Retain          Talented young
                                                                  people identified
                                                                      and set on
                                                                    „performance
      1.5 million




                            1.25 million




                                                                 pathway‟ KPI Excel
                                                  890,000




                                                                          0.75 m
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How much? Funding / Target Principles
Starting Point: Population of Young People and existing structures that
support Young People (i.e. schools)

National Funding Formula : £22,700 x No of SSP per annum
National Target Formula: “RETAIN” 741 participants x No of SSP per
annum

CSP is encouraged applicant for this 3 Year Funding Programme
2008/2011

Funding to be distribution through the Delivery System for Sport

CSP             CSN / SPAA’s             Delivery Agents

CSP’s can determine the Funding Allocation Levels and Target
Distribution Across a County Area

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KPIs
Four KPIs for the programme:
• KPI 1: “Engage” – number of children and young people
  registering to take part in one scheduled run of term time
  weekly sessions
• KPI 2: “Retain” – number of children and young people
  attending a minimum of 6 out of 10 sessions
• KPI 3: “Sustain” – number of children and young people who
  continue to take part in sport regularly thereafter (impact study
  report)
• KPI 4: “Excel” – number of children and young people identified
  as talented and set on performance pathways thereafter
  (Impact study report)

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Extending Activities work strand
evaluation framework
Focused Evaluation - for sample of projects: understanding process and sustained impact



                    Basic Evaluation - all projects measuring 3 KPIs    Sustain and grow
                                                                           Young people
                                                                             continue to
   Recruit                 Engage                     Retain            participate regularly
 Working with         Registration and         Young people attend          KPI Sustain
  partners to             attendance            a minimum of 6 out
recruit targeted                                                               Excel
                     KPI Participants KPI       of 10 sessions KPI
 young people            Throughput                    Retain             Talented young
                                                                         people identified
                                                                             and set on
                                                                           „performance
      1.5 million




                              1.25 million




                                                                        pathway‟ KPI Excel
                                                       890,000




                                                                                 0.75 m
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Evaluation Principles

• Basic tier
  - all projects only capture essential information
  - automated tools help data collection, analysis and quarterly reporting
  … enables more time to be spent reviewing and using data, less on
  compiling it

 Focused tier
 - examines a sample in more detail
 - explores the processes during the term and the whole year
 - follows up participants
 - identifies success factors

 Together, the two tiers of evaluation deliver an impact study that will tell
 us whether the programme is achieving its goals and how

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The Organisations involved in Development
and Delivery of Extended Activities
                                   Sub regional /   Sub county /
 National level   Regional level
                                   county level     Local level
 DCMS             Sport England    CSP Networks     CSN
 Sport England    regions                           LA’s
 Youth Sport      YST                               Sport and Leisure
 Trust            SCUK                              PDMs
 PESSCL board     NGBs regional                     Health
 SCUK             staff                             Children’s
 NGBs                                               Services
                                                    HE/FE
                                                    Leisure Centre
                                                    Operators
                                                    Extending
                                                    Schools
                                                    Connexions
                                                    etc
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London 2012

								
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