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2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games sub-objective 4.5:   ‘Maximise the increase in London participation at community and grass roots level in all sport and across all groups’ :  2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games sub-objective 4.5:   ‘Maximise the increase in London participation at community and grass roots level in all sport and across all groups’ Slide2:  1.1 LOCOG - Deliver an inspirational environment and experience for athletes and provide a first class experience for the Olympic Family and spectators. 1.2 LOCOG - Meet IOC and IPC needs and specifications, including venue overlays. 1.3 LOCOG - Ensure effective and efficient planning and operation of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (including security, transport, technology, health, volunteering and accessibility). 1.4 LOCOG - Maximise audience size at venues. 1.5 LOCOG - Secure support and engagement across all sections of the UK public. 1.6 LOCOG - Deliver effective media presentation and maximise global audience size. 1.7 LOCOG - Communicate Olympic values across the world, particularly amongst young people. 1.8 LOCOG - Stage inspiring ceremonies and cultural events. 1.9 LOCOG - Deliver an operating surplus from the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. 1.10 LOCOG - Operate sustainable and environmentally responsible Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. 4.1 BOA - Secure UK Olympic and Paralympic athletes’ success in the Games. 4.2 HMG - Maximise British athlete success in the Olympic and Paralympic Games through investing funds in, and supporting, our most talented athletes. 4.3 HMG - Secure long-term benefits to elite sport competitors – particularly in Olympic and Paralympic Sports. 4.4 HMG - Maximise increase in UK participation at community and grass-roots level in all sport and across all groups 4.5 Mayor - Maximise increase in London participation at community and grass-roots level in all sport and across all groups. 4.6 HMG - Implement viable legacy use for Olympic sports facilities outside London. 4.7 Mayor - Implement viable legacy use for Olympic sports facilities in London. 4.8 HMG - Work with those in other countries, particularly those in development, to promote sport excellence and participation. 4.9 BOA - Promote, through sport, the Olympic ideals across the 2012 programme. 2.1 LDA - Assemble and remediate land for Games venues. 2.2 ODA - Create infrastructure and facilities associated with Games venues to time and agreed budget in accordance with the principles of sustainable development. 2.3 ODA - Deliver Olympic and Paralympic venues to time, to design and building specification and to agreed budget, providing for agreed legacy use. 2.4 HMG - Secure smooth flow of public funds to the ODA. 2.5 ODA - Deliver necessary transport infrastructure for Games, and devise and implement effective transport plans which provide for legacy use. 2.6 ODA - Deliver agreed sustainable legacy plans for the Olympic Park and all venues. 2.7 BOA - Deliver a viable London Olympic Institute. To host an inspirational, safe and inclusive Olympic and Paralympic Games and leave a sustainable legacy for London and the UK. 4. To achieve a sustained improvement in UK sport before, during and after the Games, in both elite performance – particularly in Olympic and Paralympic sports – and grassroots participation. Vision 3. To maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits of the Games for the UK, particularly through regeneration and sustainable development in East London. 2. To deliver the Olympic Park and all venues on time, within agreed budget and to specification, minimising the call on public funds and providing for a sustainable legacy. To stage an inspirational Olympic Games and Paralympic Games for the athletes, the Olympic Family and the viewing public. Strategic Objectives Lead Stakeholder 3.1 HMG - Maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits the Games bring to the UK and all sections of the UK population. 3.1.1 HMG - Maximise the employment and skills benefits for the UK arising from Games-related business. 3.1.2 HMG - Maximise the wider economic benefits of the Games across the UK, including those for tourism and business promotion. 3.1.3 HMG - Maximise cultural benefits from hosting the Games and the Cultural Olympiad. 3.1.4 HMG - Maximise social benefits, including in health, education and volunteering, of hosting the Games. 3.1.5 HMG - Ensure that the Games contribute to Sustainable Communities priorities, including the wider Thames Gateway. 3.1.6 HMG - Agree and promote sustainable development and procurement policies, including commitments to sustainable energy and waste management goals. 3.1.7 HMG - Promote positive images of the UK to an international audience. 3.1.8 HMG - Ensure the UK’s diverse communities are engaged with, and benefit from, the changes and opportunities arising from hosting the Games in the UK. 3.2 Mayor - Maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits the Games bring to London and all Londoners. 3.2.1 Mayor - Maximise the employment and skills benefits for Londoners arising from Games-related business. 3.2.2 Mayor - Maximise the wider economic benefits of the Games to London, including those for tourism and business promotion. 3.2.3 Mayor - Maximise cultural benefits to Londoners from hosting the Games and the Cultural Olympiad. 3.2.4 Mayor - Maximise social benefits to Londoners, including in health, education and volunteering, of hosting the Games. 3.2.5 Mayor - Ensure that the Games contribute to Sustainable Communities priorities, including the London Thames Gateway. 3.2.6 Mayor - Agree and promote sustainable development and procurement policies, including commitments to sustainable energy and waste management goals. 3.2.7 Mayor - Promote London’s image as a leading world city to an international audience. 3.2.8 Mayor - Ensure London’s diverse communities are engaged with, and benefit from, the changes and opportunities arising from hosting the Games in London. Version 1.4 Obj 1-3 agreed by Olympic Board (1-Feb-06) Sub-obj 4.1 and new 4.2 agreed 28-Mar-06 Sub-Objective Olympic Board Secretariat Sport England Lead :  Sport England Lead The Olympic Board is the body responsible for driving and co-ordinating the overall programme for delivery of the 2012 Games and their wider benefits for London and the UK. The Mayor with the DCMS, the BOA and LOCOG / ODA is classed as a Lead Stakeholder and shares the responsibility for delivering a number of the sub objectives. 4.5 : Maximise increase in London participation at community and grass roots level in all sport and across all groups (owned by the GLA) 4.7 : Implement viable legacy use for Olympic sports facilities in London (shared lead with LDA) Key areas under 4.5:  Key areas under 4.5 Club – Building the capacity of clubs for long term retention of participants through opportunities for progression and competition Skills – Building the human resources for the sector Talent – Building programmes for talent identification and development Access - Making opportunities for sports participation more widely available Fit 4 – Building the physical activity levels in the community at large Club:  Club Club development Accessibility Coaching and Education Volunteers Schools and Community Use Information and Advice Emerging feedback:  Emerging feedback Club Development Involvement of Local Authorities Quality Accreditation Develop club building toolkit Facilities Non traditional clubs Financial & Support Incentives Capacity Building Coaching Maximise number of quality coaches Improve & expand coach education More community club development officer’s Increase coaching capacity Club coaches in schools Role models Skills:  Skills Multi Skills Development Education Inclusion Voluntary and Community Sectors Regeneration Employers Emerging feedback:  Emerging feedback Inclusion Widen opportunities for young people to gain accredited qualifications Engaging with disabled people Targeted projects aimed at recruiting & training people from key priority groups Focus on young people Use sport & physical activity as a route into paid work for disadvantaged individuals Voluntary & Community Sectors Increased volunteer training & employment opportunities Establish a joined up pathway for coaches & volunteers Development of young sport leaders and ambassadors 2012 voluntary coordinators set up based on established provision in sectors Targeted recruitment to address under representation Talent:  Talent Coach Development Talent Identification NGB’s Multi Skills Development Clubs Schools Emerging feedback:  Emerging feedback Talent Identification Better coach education NGB’s conducting talent ID in schools Community engagement – widen scope Establishing talent continuity across LB’s & NGB’s Accessing private sector funding for talented athletes Widely acknowledged talent ID criteria for schools/clubs Schools Multi skills clubs PE training for primary school teachers embedded in teacher training Clear pathways between schools and clubs Widen the number of sports available at schools for pupils to participate in Create young coach mentoring programme for talented athletes Increased NGB involvement in schools Access – opportunities for all:  Access – opportunities for all Facilities Infrastructure Capacity Building Funding Programmes Education and Young People Emerging feedback:  Emerging feedback Facilities Accessible and affordable Open access to all Developed in areas of most need Fit for purpose Innovation Multi sport hubs Use of open space Sustainable Infrastructure Cross partner and agency working Community Cohesion Club, Coach and Volunteers Working with business and voluntary sectors Sub Regional Delivery Education and Training Pilot project and programmes Fit 4:  Fit 4 Campaigning Settings & Community Obesity Local Area Agreements Education Active Workplace Emerging feedback:  Emerging feedback Campaigning Ensure suitable products are marked via the games Marketing/promotions based on active lifestyles Focus on well being & prevention Promote opportunities to be active in London Importance of physical activity as opposed to just sport Obesity Increase LA intervention programmes in reducing childhood obesity Young obesity referrals for intervention programmes Multi agency plan for tackling childhood obesity with baseline measurement Sport, Physical Activity & Healthy Eating to be a statutory requirement of all LA’s and PCT’s Case Study – London Summer of Sport:  Case Study – London Summer of Sport New programme aimed to drive up participation in sport across London during summer months Funded by the GLA and Sport England, working with a range of partners Free activities and taster sessions for people to take part in a range of sports at local community facilities and clubs Targeting non traditional participants and retaining them in sport Year on year campaign up to 2012 and beyond http://www.london.gov.uk/summer-of-sport/ Case Study – PACE:  Case Study – PACE Physical Activities Club Ealing An inclusive sports club for disabled people ages 13-25 Deliver a range of inclusive sports such as table–top games, basketball, volleyball Provides training in adapted sports to all their volunteers to progress to team leaders Activities run at local community centre Awarded Club of the Year in 2005 by the London Sports Forum for Disabled People www.pacezone.org.uk Slide17:  London 2012 Legacy REVISED London Plan for Sport & Physical Activity 2007 – 2012 ( & 5 Sub Regional Plans) SEPT – DEC 06 JANUARY 07 APRIL 07 How does it all fit together? Next steps:  Next steps Engagement and consultation event held on 17th July 06 Draft delivery plans for 4.5 and 4.7 completed at end of July 06 Plan now out for consultation through a range of partners, agencies and networks Pan London and Sub Regional Consultation Information and consultation feedback available at: http://www.sportengland.org/london_index/london_news_media/london_2012/iyr_london-2012_4.5_consultation Final Delivery Plans to be published in December 2006

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