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Published on December 10, 2008

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North Yorkshire SportExtending Activities WorkshopWednesday 2nd April 2008 : 1 North Yorkshire SportExtending Activities WorkshopWednesday 2nd April 2008 Aims and purpose of today : 2 Aims and purpose of today to explain the background, aims, targets, funding, and process for the Extending Activities (EA) work strand your chance to discuss the opportunities that the work strand will create for your organisation / CSN your chance to begin planning: how you will operate as a CSN roles and responsibilities of organisations in your CSN area options for the use of resources hitting targets and reporting back on KPI’s What’s coming up? : 3 What’s coming up? Background to the work strand and the rest of the 5 hour offer Extending Activities (EA): PSA 22 links to other work strands How much and what for? Funding, Targets and Outcomes Who & what activities are eligible? The Planning Process: roles and responsibilities of CSN’s & CSP Evaluation and reporting of the KPI’s Timescales and critical dates Background : 4 Background 13 July 2007 announcement by the Prime Minister – additional £100m Links to existing PE and Sport Strategy for Young People work strands – Club Links, Step into Sport Funding distributed as follows: £60 m DCFS: FESCO’s linked to SSP’s Competition Managers linked to SSP’s Top up grants to SSP’s for coaching Multi sport clubs for children with special needs linked to SSP’s National School Sport Week £36m DCMS Extending Activities: Funding to support clubs to attract “semi sporty” types – a different type of young person The PE and Sport Strategy for Young People : The PE and Sport Strategy for Young People Formally PESSCL Often referred to as the ‘5 hour offer’ The collective term for all the work strands which include ‘Competition Managers, Swimming, Specialist Sports Colleges etc Extending Activities is one of the contributing work strands The New PSA Context : 6 The New PSA Context Fairness & Opportunities for All PSA 12 – Improve the health and wellbeing of Children and Young People. Stronger Communities & better quality of life PSA 22 – Deliver a successful Olympic games and paralympic games with a sustainable legacy and get more children and young people taking part in high quality P.E. and sport. “…the Government wants more opportunities for 5-19 year olds to participate in a further 3 hours per week of sporting activities through attractive provision designed to stimulate and increase take-up and sustain participation.” (PSA 22) Extending Activities... Where it fits : 7 Extending Activities... Where it fits Extending Activities What is Extending Activities? The headlines : What is Extending Activities? The headlines Part of the “5 hour offer”: One of the work strands emerging from the additional £100m announced in July 2007 Delivered through a CSP led planning process, with the involvement and ownership of local delivery organisations: SSP’s, LA’s, CSN’s and other partners The Extending Activities plan provides the opportunity to join up different programmes and funding streams into one cohesive plan 8 What is Extending Activities? The headlines : What is Extending Activities? The headlines Opportunities for the “semi sporty” population – estimated to be 50% of young people – currently doing 2-3 hours per week Term time programmes, delivered out of school hours and in club and community settings Focus on attractive provision – What young people want National target by 2011: 900,000 young people aged 5-19 take up an additional 2 hours Focus on the 11 to 19 age range 9 Who are the semi sporty types? : Who are the semi sporty types? Who are the semi sporty types? : Who are the semi sporty types? Equal split of boys and girls.. but big gender divide in what they want … ‘Potentially sporty’ Offer needs to be ‘right’ – structured, coached More likely to participate in youth clubs , leisure centre activities, dance studios etc Structured but less formal, relaxed, kit and changing, position of competition, social, friends Signposting to additional activities will be key Priority groups – KS2 –KS3 transition (yr 6 & 7) and 14 to 19 yr olds How are we going to do it? : How are we going to do it? To link the Extending Activities Work strand planning process into plans already being drawn up and implemented for Children and Young People or to ensure that our planning process becomes the integrated planning process at a local level for Children and Young People To listen to and understand what Children and Young People from the 50% segment are saying they want provided in terms of sports activities To create a menu of opportunities or ‘framework’ for them to take part in – time and place sensitive to Children and Young People To signpost Children and Young People to the framework The potential for joined up planning… can we create one plan? : 13 The potential for joined up planning… can we create one plan? Extending Activities Club Links High Quality PE SIS Positive Futures Young Amb Comp Mgers And many more... NGB programmes National targets : 14 National targets The works strand will aim to get 900,000 Children and Young People taking part in attractive and sustainable sporting activities over the delivery period 2008 to 2011. National targets are based on 741 children and young people per School Sport Partnership...BUT North Yorkshire targets and resources have been determined based on the population of school aged children in each CSN area. National Funding : National Funding £36m over the period 2008 to 2011 North Yorkshire Targets : North Yorkshire Targets Year 1 - 4,320 Young people (7/12ths delivery) Year 2 - 7,410 Young people (12/12ths delivery) Year 3 - 7,410 Young people (12/12ths delivery) North Yorkshire Capacity Funding : North Yorkshire Capacity Funding Year 1 - £31,000 (7/12ths delivery) Year 2 - £31,775 (12/12ths delivery) Year 3 - £32,569 (12/12ths delivery) North Yorkshire Delivery Funding : North Yorkshire Delivery Funding Year 1 - £164,500 (7/12ths delivery) Year 2 - £216,000 (12/12ths delivery) Year 3 - £271,000 (12/12ths delivery) What does this mean at CSN level? : What does this mean at CSN level? Each CSN will be given Capacity funding of £3,500 per year for three years For that each CSN will be allocated a percentage of the target and the delivery funding based on the percentage of the school age population in their area, the funding and targets will be……………….. CSN School aged population : CSN School aged population York and Harrogate 20% each Scarborough 15% Hambleton, Selby and Craven 10% each Ryedale and Richmondshire 7.5% each CSN 3 Year Delivery Funding & Targets : CSN 3 Year Delivery Funding & Targets York and Harrogate £130,300 each to deliver 3830 young people per CSN Scarborough £97,725 to deliver 2870 young people Hambleton, Selby and Craven £65,150 to deliver 1914 young people per CSN Ryedale and Richmondshire £48,862 each to deliver 1434 young people per CSN How much is that? : How much is that? For each Young person (up to the target amount) engaged in an eight to ten week course you will receive £34.00 Plus £3,500 per year per CSN for Capacity Discussion……. : 23 Discussion……. Have five to ten minutes to discuss the targets and funding with the person next to you. What activity is eligible… : 24 What activity is eligible… A wide definition of Sport New and existing Activity 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. Who is eligible… : 25 Who is eligible… 5 to 19 year olds, however with a focus on 11 – 19 year olds and Key stage 2 to KS 3 transition (10 – 12 year) and any locally identified pinch points. Young people must be regularly doing their 2 hours curriculum activity and ideally an additional hour after school. Eligible activity and eligible young people… : 26 Eligible activity and eligible young people… NEW YOUNG PEOPLE DOING NEW ACTIVITY EXISTING YOUNG PEOPLE DOING NEW ACTIVITY NEW YOUNG PEOPLE DOING EXISTING ACTIVITY EXISTING YOUNG PEOPLE DOING ADDITIONAL EXISTING ACTIVITY Discussion……. : 27 Discussion……. Have five or ten minutes to discuss with the eligibility with the person next to you.. How does a CSN identify eligible young people and activity? : 28 How does a CSN identify eligible young people and activity? School Sport Partnership surveys Young people consultation Partner information What does a CSN need to do? : 29 What does a CSN need to do? In order to receive the capacity funding: Identify a lead agency Identify a lead officer Produce a delivery plan Report Quarterly on the delivery plan DELIVER! Example Delivery Plan template : Example Delivery Plan template Evaluation and reporting : 31 Evaluation and reporting Introduction: the 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 itFocused tier - examines a sample in more detail - explores the processes during the term and the whole year - follows up participants - identifies success factorsTogether, the two tiers of evaluation deliver an impact study that will tell us whether the programme is achieving its goals and how Basic evaluation (CSN’s & CSP) : Basic evaluation (CSN’s & CSP) Measuring engagement and retention - 3 KPI’s KPI 1 ‘participants' KPI 2 ‘throughput’ KPI 3 ‘retain’ CSN Reporting.. : 33 CSN Reporting.. Each project will need a signed Service Level Agreement with the CSN to include commitment to complete the downloadable evaluation framework this will report back 3 KPI’s on each 8 to 10 week course Focused evaluation : Focused evaluation Measuring sustained impact and talent development beyond the end of the sessions (sample by external consultants) KPI 4 ‘sustain and grow’ KPI 5 ‘excel’ An impact study with a difference! Bringing projects to life Provide high quality and regular evidence 9 CSPs (6 trailblazer & 3 phase 2 CSPs) to be selected Extending Activities work strand evaluation framework : 35 Extending Activities work strand evaluation framework Focused Evaluation - for sample of projects: understanding process and sustained impact Slide 36: 36 Provider evaluation data Registration form Attendance register Evaluation spreadsheet Evaluation data What will the CSP do… : 37 What will the CSP do… Assist the CSN’s to produce a delivery plan for the first term and then subsequent terms Pull eight separate delivery plans together in to a single submission Draw down the funding and allocate the appropriate amounts to each CSN in two payments per year What will the CSP do… : 38 What will the CSP do… Collate the eight CSN reports in to a single report for Sport England Spot check activity Support the lead agency and officer throughout Offer additional support as necessary Next steps & timescales… : 39 Next steps & timescales… Planning day on 10th April to begin delivery planning for each CSN CSN delivery plans for first term (Sept 08) to NYS by Friday 9th May. First term submission from NYS to Sport England Friday 23rd May 2008 Delivery plans signed off 4th July Programme is live 1st September 2008 Extending Activities – Proposed Process : 40 Extending Activities – Proposed Process Feb 2008 Regional SE/YST Briefings CSP Facilitated Planning Process SE and YST Advice on draft plans Sign off final plans Plans submitted to DCMS DCMS approve via sub-Delivery Board Grant Offer letter issued from SE 2008/9 6 week early project review Quarterly reports submitted by CSP to SE/YST Annual Review Window Feb-March CSP to facilitate Annual Review Mtg YST/SE input Any Questions…… : 41 Any Questions……

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