CSW Sport Tuesday 20th April 2010 PLAN :

CSW Sport Tuesday 20th April 2010 PLAN :

CSW Sport Tuesday 20th April 2010 PLAN : INCREASE : DEVELOP : MEASURE : PROMOTE CSW Sport Presentation 1. What is Sport Unlimited? 2. Introduction to CSW Sport 3. Overview of projects 4. Project examples in more detail 5. Evaluation 6. SE Monitoring and Evaluation 7. Q and A www.cswsport.org.uk What is Sport Unlimited? Sport Unlimited is a national government programme, launched

in Autumn 2008. The programme provides funding to deliver 8-10 week taster sessions to semi-sporty young people in sports activities, with the aim of getting them to join sports clubs and continue in the sport following this initial block of coaching. County Sports Partnerships have been awarded funding towards the delivery of these projects over a three year period. The Sport Unlimited Programme will make a significant contribution to the Governments target of giving children and young people the opportunity to do 5 hours of PE and sport a week at school and in the community. www.cswsport.org.uk CSW Sport Overview North Warwickshire Solihull

Nuneaton and Bedworth Coventry Rugby Warwick Stratford Upon Avon www.cswsport.org.uk Year 1 Autumn and Spring Term Projects Sport Gym/fitness Basketball

Table Tennis Dance (various) Martial Arts Fitness Skipping Aerobics/Keep fit Squash Netball Gymnastics Cricket Circuits Boxing Boxercise Softball/Baseball Tai Chi T Bow Swimming Kick Boxing

Extreme golf Climbing Skateboarding Rugby Union Indoor Kayaking Hockey Diving Bodypump Badminton ( & 5 aside) American Football 0 5 10 Multisport/skill

Football (5 a side & girls) Cheerleading Tennis (& Cardio) Trampolining 15 Number of projects 20 25 30 Year 2 Summer & Autumn Term Projects Year 1 Autumn Term 79 projects took place

Example projects include: Basketball Coventry T Bow Solihull Skipping - Warwick Project leads include: PDMs Local Authority Sports Development staff Sports Clubs Leisure Centre staff www.cswsport.org.uk Year 1 Spring Term 86 projects took place Example projects include: Trampolining Solihull Cardio Tennis Warwick

Golf North Warwickshire Project leads include: PDMs NGBs FESCos Warwickshire Clubs for Young People LA Sports Development Staff Coventry Sports Trust www.cswsport.org.uk Year 2 Summer Term 55 projects took place Example projects include: Ice Hockey Coventry Multi-sports Stratford

Street Dance North Warwickshire Indoor Rowing - Rugby Project leads include: PDMs NGBs Youth Service LA Sports Development Staff SSCos FESCos Competition Managers www.cswsport.org.uk Year 2 Autumn Term 73 projects took place

Example projects include: Swimming Coventry Watersports Rugby Golf North Warwickshire Cricket Nuneaton & Bedworth Trampolining Stratford Snowsports Solihull Kayaking - Warwick Project leads include:

Local Authority Sports Development Staff Coventry Sports Trust Groundwork NGBs Warwickshire Clubs for Young People PDMs Youth Service Competition Managers FESCOs SSCos Youth & Community Service Extended Services www.cswsport.org.uk Project Evaluation An evaluation report has been produced and with this and other

learnings throughout Sport Unlimited Year One, here are some tips and advice: Young People must be consulted before any project is planned. Factors such as activity type and preferred venue will have an impact on attendance numbers. Thought must be given to how the project will be impacted upon by factors such as bad weather, coach illness/unavailability and contingencies should be put in place wherever possible. Continuity of coaches is important to attendance. Wherever possible the same coach should be used throughout the whole duration of the project to allow the young people to get to know and get used to the coach. www.cswsport.org.uk Project Evaluation Sport Unlimited is an initiative aimed at engaging the semi-sporty in activity out of school hours. Young people have been put off activities delivered through Sport Unlimited in the past due to initial skills and drills sessions to assess skills. Sport Unlimited projects should not include a skill

assessment. Introducing a nominal fee for sessions half way through a project can help with the sustainability of a project and help the young people get used to paying for sport. Young people can be enthusiastic to give their opinions, so evaluation of projects is encouraged where possible. Projects should, where possible, be integrated with a community based club to ensure the project is supported and allows progression to a club environment. www.cswsport.org.uk Project Evaluation Improvements made: We are working hard with project leads to make sure that projects have strong sustainability and exit routes. Increased partnership working and involvement of different partners have enhanced the links available to project leads and promoted a wide range of

exit routes for the young people. Publicity is always important and now more than ever we are working to publicise the good work of our project leads to show how Sport Unlimited is working within the sub-region and also to spread the word about the project itself. www.cswsport.org.uk Project Evaluation The programme has offered young people the opportunity to experience new sporting activities within their school or local community setting. In terms of continuation, it was clear that some sporting activities were operating in isolation and there had been no thought of how they could be sustained or incorporated into the current provision. Without additional funding or charging admission it is therefore unlikely that these sessions will continue. Young people were enthusiastic to give their ideas and opinion but were not keen to be involved with a lot of form filling or writing as they felt they

did enough of that at school. In their eyes the sport sessions were about having fun, getting fitter and being with their friends and peers. A bit of timeout from the pressures of school and home life. www.cswsport.org.uk Monitoring & Evaluation Sport England Monitoring & Evaluation SE will require the regular Monitoring and Evaluation reporting of your project

It is important, therefore, that you include this at the beginning of your project and put in place the necessary tools that will enable you to collate the data required It is important that you know what you will be asked to report on Set a process in place to collect that information Here are some examples of information collation, you may need different information but the concept will be the same If someone else is delivering the project on your behalf you may want to consider an agreement with them so that they understand the requirements you need to report back, and again here is an example of such an agreement www.cswsport.org.uk Q and A

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